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Unlike most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged

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Unlike most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged warbler are very difficult to tell apart.

(A) Unlike most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged warbler are very difficult to tell apart.
(B) Unlike most warbler species, the gender of the blue-winged warbler is very difficult to distinguish.
(C) Unlike those in most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged warblers are very difficult to distinguish.
(D) It is very difficult, unlike in most warbler species, to tell the male and female blue-winged warbler apart.
(E) Blue-winged warblers are unlike most species of warbler in that it is very difficult to tell the male and female apart.

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New post 11 Mar 2008, 19:56
This is a good question...at first I thought B, but I'm agreeing with C after reading your explaination.

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New post 12 Mar 2008, 11:07
This question is from 1000SC. OA is E but I do not believe E is correct.

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New post 12 Mar 2008, 11:51
I liked B first, but C after reading the explanation by dynamo.

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(C) Unlike those in most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged warblers


When "Unlike" is used , the "male and female blue-winged warblers" is OUT of "warbler species". Not "those in".

(D) It is very difficult, unlike in most warbler species, to tell the male and female blue-winged warbler apart.

Like/Unlike is used to compare NOUNS. Incorrect.

E is correct. The OA is not wrong.

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