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With no other work did New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield inspire [#permalink]
This question is comparing a prepositional phrase with something that can be parallel to the given phrase

(C) is my answer

A) Verb phrase can not be parallel to prepositional phrase

B) Verb phrase can not be parallel to prepositional phrase

C) right comparison and parallel comparison

D) Noun can not be parallel to prepositional phrase

E) Noun can not be parallel to prepositional phrase
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Re: With no other work did New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield inspire [#permalink]
With no other work did New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield inspire such lasting admiration in international literary circles as did her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories.

A) did her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories -> we need to get parallel to "With no other work". But, this option starts with verb "did". Incorrect.

B) had her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories -> again, we have comparison phrase started with a verb "had". Incorrect.

C) with her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories -> This is better. Let's keep it.

D) her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories did -> Parallelism error, as we need to start phrase from "with". Incorrect.

E) her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories -> Same as D. Incorrect.

So, I think C. :)
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Re: With no other work did New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield inspire [#permalink]
With no other work did New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield inspire such lasting admiration in international literary circles as did her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories.


A) did her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories

B) had her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories

C) with her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories

D) her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories did

E) her short story collection The Garden Party and Other Stories


Hello sir i want to know. Here aren't we comparing inspire. for that reason "A" should be correct.

as per my understanding - "We are saying that " ...did X inspire...as Y did(did Y).....Please let me know.
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