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While controversy rages over whether the sign language taught to some great apes is truly human-like speech, there is no similar dispute that our powers of communication are greater by far than that of any other animal.

(A) are greater by far than that of any other animal

(B) are far greater than that of any other animal

(C) are greater by far than any other animal

(D) are far greater than those of any other animal

(E) have been far greater than those of other animals

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While controversy rages over whether the sign language taught to some great apes is truly human-like speech, there is no similar dispute that our powers of communication are greater by far than that of any other animal.

(A) are greater by far than that of any other animal
Redundant

(B) are far greater than that of any other animal
When compared to "powers of communication," the underlined text above should also be plural

(C) are greater by far than any other animal
Redundant + wrong comparison

(D) are far greater than those of any other animal
Correct

(E) have been far greater than those of other animals
Wrong because there is no time marker
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Re: While controversy rages over whether the sign language taught to some   [#permalink] 22 Nov 2019, 09:51

While controversy rages over whether the sign language taught to some

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