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William H. Johnson’s artistic debt to Scandinavia is evident in paintings that range from sensitive portraits of citizens in his wife’s Danish home, Kerteminde, and awe-inspiring views of fjords and mountain peaks in the western and northern regions of Norway.

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(B) to
(C) and to
(D) with
(E) in addition to


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Originally posted by bmwhype2 on 28 Jun 2007, 11:43.
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paintings that range from sensitive portraits to awe-inspiring views

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BCorrect Idiomatic Usage: From X to Y
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William H. Johnson’s artistic debt to Scandinavia is evident in paintings that range from sensitive portraits of citizens in his wife’s Danish home, Kerteminde, and awe-inspiring views of fjords and mountain peaks in the western and northern regions of Norway.


(A) and
(B) to
(C) and to
(D) with
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Idiom - from X to Y.
Debt ..... is evident in paintings that range from (sensitive...home,Kertiminde) to (awe-inspiring views...).
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Correct idiom usage is "from X to Y"
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Idiom From X to Y - Fairly easy to eliminate the rest of options
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William H. Johnson’s artistic debt to Scandinavia is evident in paintings that range from sensitive portraits of citizens in his wife’s Danish home, Kerteminde, and awe-inspiring views of fjords and mountain peaks in the western and northern regions of Norway.

Issues: Idiom

Analysis: The sentence is describing the range of the paintings using idiom ".. range from X to Y". Hence, option (B) is correct answer.

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(C) and to
(D) with
(E) in addition to
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