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Choose the sentence with properly used idiom (emphasized with boldface). Please note that a wrong answer choice may be grammatically correct.

A. The lead-in from 'Dancing With the Stars' will be high, and so too the expectations.
B. The lead-in from 'Dancing With the Stars' will be high, and also the expectations.
C. The lead-in from 'Dancing With the Stars' will be high, and so too will be the expectations.
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
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Choose the sentence with properly used idiom (emphasized with boldface). Please note that a wrong answer choice may be grammatically correct.

A. The lead-in from 'Dancing With the Stars' will be high, and so too the expectations.
B. The lead-in from 'Dancing With the Stars' will be high, and also the expectations.
C. The lead-in from 'Dancing With the Stars' will be high, and so too will be the expectations.
D. All of the above
E. None of the above



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Why not the first option?

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"and" is a conjunction which joins 2 independent clauses.
The second clause in Option A does not have a main verb --> so it is not an independent clause and therefore is a wrong construction.

Other explanation:
One way to shorten the 2nd clause after "and" is to use "and so".. but that needs an auxilliary verb (be, do, etc) after the "and so"... This is missing in the 2nd clause.

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New post 15 Mar 2017, 07:01
Isn't the use of 'too' in option c redundant? I chose none of the above for my answer.

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I think pchakraborty is right.

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' and also ' is redundancy ?

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Yes mkumar26 'and also' is redundancy.

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New post 12 Jul 2017, 11:14
Just notice COMMA+AND construction here. This construction is used two join two independent clauses until and unless comma+and is connecting a list i.e. a,b, and c.

Another important point: and+also is redundant.

Well I am not very sure about the usage of and +too (too is a synonym of also).

mike and GMATNinja what do you think about and+too usage in GMAT?
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Hi, Can someone please explain as to why 3rd option is correct?

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Please explain why 3rd option is correct. And so too, isnt this redundant?

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