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When first introduced into North America, the tomato was

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When first introduced into North America, the tomato was unregarded that it was poisonous and was planted only as an ornament.
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B. considerd to be poisonous
C. regarded as being poison
D. considered poisonous
E. regarded to be poisonous

is "considered to be" and "regarded to be" incorrect in general, or only in this context??

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New post 16 May 2007, 06:03
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When first introduced into North America, the tomato was unregarded that it was poisonous and was planted only as an ornament.
A.
B. considerd to be poisonous
C. regarded as being poison
D. considered poisonous
E. regarded to be poisonous

is "considered to be" and "regarded to be" incorrect in general, or only in this context??


(D) it is

The other choices use incorrect idioms.

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is "considered to be" and "regarded to be" incorrect in general, or only in this context??

I dont think so ...but we do have a better option in the list !!
Can anyone plz tell which one to use and when ??

B. considerd to be poisonous
E. regarded to be poisonous

C. regarded as being poison
Wrong - being - rarely correct on GMAT

D. considered poisonous
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New post 16 May 2007, 16:50
oh it should be "regarded that it was poisonous and was planted only as an ornament."

i made a typo :) ...anyways is "to be" incorrect then?

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my ans= d

i believe 'to be' is incorrect most of the times since it makes the sentence redundant somehow........
is this belief correct?? someone pls tell me........
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regards as is correct idiom.
consider is correct idiom.

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