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Unlike the terms served by Grover Cleveland, separated by four years,

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Unlike the terms served by Grover Cleveland, separated by four years, all former two-term U.S. Presidents have served consecutive terms.

(A) Unlike the terms served by Grover Cleveland, separated by four years

(B) Besides the terms of Grover Cleveland that were separated by four years

(C) Except for Grover Cleveland, whose terms were separated by four years

(D) Aside from the terms of Grover Cleveland that were separated by four years

(E) Other than the separated terms of Grover Cleveland, of four years

Please assist with above problem.
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A, B, D and E incorrectly compare the terms with former U.S. President.

Only C has like to like comparison --> Grover Cleveland is compared with former U.S. Presidents

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The underlined portion should logically compare, president vs. previous presidents and with terms.

Option C compares - Grover Cleveland vs. “all former two-term U.S. Presidents.”

Hence, Answer is C

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Unlike the terms served by Grover Cleveland, separated by four years, all former two-term U.S. Presidents have served consecutive terms.

(A) Unlike the terms served by Grover Cleveland, separated by four years

(B) Besides the terms of Grover Cleveland that were separated by four years

(C) Except for Grover Cleveland, whose terms were separated by four years

(D) Aside from the terms of Grover Cleveland that were separated by four years

(E) Other than the separated terms of Grover Cleveland, of four years

Please assist with above problem.


C is the correct answer

C is the only answer the properly compares the "Grover Cleveland" to other presidents
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