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I already said in the post that the question may be done by using other methods as well.
May I know which Idiom are you talking about in the above questions. I always kept myself miles away from Idioms.


I don't know idioms either but there are some common ones which show up more often. The first one is prevent from. I must have made a typo in the second one wanted to say consistency and said idiom instead :P

The idiom list so massive and don't think anyone should waste time memorizing them. BTW great post.

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B is incorrect in that it consists of the independent clauses existing together without a conjunction.



Sorry Marcab....

......whose murals are brilliantly colored, their geometrical symmetries are embellished with old and new iconography, and their style is varying among women and houses

Two Independent clauses are connected with and ?

Can you use Absolute phrase in ur way in this sentence !
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B is incorrect in that it consists of the independent clauses existing together without a conjunction.



Sorry Marcab....

......whose murals are brilliantly colored, their geometrical symmetries are embellished with old and new iconography, and their style is varying among women and houses

Two Independent clauses are connected with and ?

Can you use Absolute phrase in ur way in this sentence !

......whose murals are brilliantly colored, their geometrical symmetries embellished with old and new iconography and and in a style that varies from women to women and house to house.

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Although I must be honest in admitting that, I haven’t gone through you note as yet, as I am hard - pressed these days for time due to some assignments, as my first reaction, I must appreciate your stupendous effort.

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Although I must be honest in admitting that, I haven’t gone through you note as yet, as I am hard - pressed these days for time due to some assignments, as my first reaction, I must appreciate your stupendous effort.

This, I aver, is initiative, involvement and enterprise. A big kudo to you.


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Although I must be honest in admitting that, I haven’t gone through you note as yet, as I am hard - pressed these days for time due to some assignments, as my first reaction, I must appreciate your stupendous effort.

This, I aver, is initiative, involvement and enterprise. A big kudo to you.


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Hi Marcab,

How would you apply your HOW rule to the following Question?

Scientists have recently discovered what could be the largest and oldest living organism on Earth, a giant fungus
that is an interwoven filigree of mushrooms and root-like tentacles spawned by a single fertilized spore some
10,000 years ago and extendingfor more than 30 acres in the soil of a Michigan forest.

A. extending
B. extends
C. extended
D. it extended
E. is extending

Your erudite help will be greatly appreciated.

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Although I must be honest in admitting that, I haven’t gone through you note as yet, as I am hard - pressed these days for time due to some assignments, as my first reaction, I must appreciate your stupendous effort.

This, I aver, is initiative, involvement and enterprise. A big kudo to you.


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Hi Marcab,

How would you apply your HOW rule to the following Question?

Scientists have recently discovered what could be the largest and oldest living organism on Earth, a giant fungus
that is an interwoven filigree of mushrooms and root-like tentacles spawned by a single fertilized spore some
10,000 years ago and extendingfor more than 30 acres in the soil of a Michigan forest.

A. extending
B. extends
C. extended
D. it extended
E. is extending

Your erudite help will be greatly appreciated.


What I have learnt so far, I can share with you.
First thing that you may notice in absolute phrases is that it doesn't contains a verb. So the question as status quo doesn't involves an absolute phrase.
Now in this question, the idea that is being tested is "parallelism". What is parallel? The two characteristics of root like tentacles-spawned and extending both modify "tentacles".
Let me know if anything remains unclear.
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This is really helpful thank you .. but how do we identify an absolute phrase question ???? In other words , which split tells us this is an absolute phrase question?
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REally great analysis. You must be an expert in Sentence Correction. how do you learn to separate the sentence into smaller sentences

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Whenever you see such question, break the sentence into clauses, the basic step in SC questions. This blue portion is itself the Absolute Phrase which modifies the entire idea of the preceding clause.
Anyways, break the entire sentence into clauses.
i)With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit.
ii)Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life.
iii)and with 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

Notice that the third clause is NOT the independent clause.

Can anyone please explain it to me. I thought the above sentence has just one clause: Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered, rest all are modifiers....

With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit(verb-ed modifier), Jupiter's moon Europa(Subject) has long been considered(verb) far too cold to support life and with 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom(verb-ed modifier).
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Whenever you see such question, break the sentence into clauses, the basic step in SC questions. This blue portion is itself the Absolute Phrase which modifies the entire idea of the preceding clause.
Anyways, break the entire sentence into clauses.
i)With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit.
ii)Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life.
iii)and with 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

Notice that the third clause is NOT the independent clause.


Can anyone please explain it to me. I thought the above sentence has just one clause: Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered, rest all are modifiers....

With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit(verb-ed modifier), Jupiter's moon Europa(Subject) has long been considered(verb) far too cold to support life and with 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom(verb-ed modifier).


I partially agree with you, in that 'estimated' is a verb-ed modifier (and the entire phrase is not a verb-modifier) and not an action done by the subject (in option (i)) and so, it cannot be a clause.
According to the definition of a clause (to the best of my knowledge), a clause should contain a subject, which is actively doing an action (in other words-a verb).

Hence, (i) cannot be a clause. Possibly a prepositional phrase (since it begins with the preposition 'with' and followed by a noun)

But again, I shouldn't worry about the structure of a wrong sentence. In addition to being wrong in terms of meaning and logic, a wrong sentence/stem can (most probably, will) be wrong in terms of structure - having dangling modifiers, wrongly placed prepositional phrases etc.

What I can ensure is, whether the option I choose has a correct structure.
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Whenever you see such question, break the sentence into clauses, the basic step in SC questions. This blue portion is itself the Absolute Phrase which modifies the entire idea of the preceding clause.
Anyways, break the entire sentence into clauses.
i)With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit.
ii)Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life.
iii)and with 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

Notice that the third clause is NOT the independent clause.


Can anyone please explain it to me. I thought the above sentence has just one clause: Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered, rest all are modifiers....

With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit(verb-ed modifier), Jupiter's moon Europa(Subject) has long been considered(verb) far too cold to support life and with 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom(verb-ed modifier).


I partially agree with you, in that 'estimated' is a verb-ed modifier (and the entire phrase is not a verb-modifier) and not an action done by the subject (in option (i)) and so, it cannot be a clause.
According to the definition of a clause (to the best of my knowledge), a clause should contain a subject, which is actively doing an action (in other words-a verb).

Hence, (i) cannot be a clause. Possibly a prepositional phrase (since it begins with the preposition 'with' and followed by a noun)

But again, I shouldn't worry about the structure of a wrong sentence. In addition to being wrong in terms of meaning and logic, a wrong sentence/stem can (most probably, will) be wrong in terms of structure - having dangling modifiers, wrongly placed prepositional phrases etc.

What I can ensure is, whether the option I choose has a correct structure.


Thanks SivaSanjeev for your reply. I totally agree with what you are saying. I just wanted to confirm that my understanding of sentence structure/clauses is right, as this post was written by a GMAT verbal expert... :-D :-D
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First look - misplaced modifier, grammatical construction

(A) Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, and with Wrong - "and with" must combine two like prepositional phrases, or "and" must precede an independent clause.

(B) Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, its Best answer - I dislike how the predicate splits the subject and its modifying phrase (appositive), though it seems that the GMAT employs it frequently to throw off test takers. This really was a last resort.

(C) Europa has long been considered as far too cold to support life and has Wrong - "with 60 square miles" should modify Europa, not be a predicate and demand equality to "too cold to support life." In a way, the last modifier should describe "too cold to support life" and not life.

(D) Europa, long considered as far too cold to support life, and its Wrong - "and its" must combine two like phrases, or "and" must precede an independent clause.

(E) Europa, long considered to be far too cold to support life, and to have Wrong - fragment.

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I am still looking for reasons on use of clause starting with "its" in choice B. Is this correct usage?

With B, the sentence would be:

With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit, Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, its 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

The construct its 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom is not a clause.

This construct is basically an absolute modifier: Noun (its 60 square miles of water) + Noun modifier (thought to be frozen from top to bottom, in this case, a past participial phrase).

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Thanks EducationAsile.

I have got the point that the phrase can modify the noun. I have one more query. If we change "considered as" to "considered" in choice C then do we have any other errors in choice C?


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With C, the sentence would be:

With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit, Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered as far too cold to support life and has 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

Even if it is just considered, C has a meaning issue. The intended meaning is that Europa is too cold to support life; a proof given to this effect is that its 60 square miles of water is thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

However, C uses and and hence seems to incorrectly suggest two independent things about Europa:
i) Europa is too cold to support life
ii) Europa has 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom
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I am still looking for reasons on use of clause starting with "its" in choice B. Is this correct usage?

With B, the sentence would be:

With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit, Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, its 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom.

The construct its 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom is not a clause.

This construct is basically an absolute modifier: Noun (its 60 square miles of water) + Noun modifier (thought to be frozen from top to bottom, in this case, a past participial phrase).

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It is an example that tests noun+noun modifier concept. another similar examples are

1)[b]Floating in the waters of the equatorial Pacific, an array of buoys collects and transmits data on long-term
interactions between the ocean and the atmosphere, interactions that affect global climate.

2)Yellow jackets number among the 900 or so species of the world’s social wasps, wasps living in a highly
cooperative and organized society where they consist almost entirely of females—the queen and her sterile
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With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit, [Prep phrase]
Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, and
with
60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom. [another prep phrase]

Both of the prep phrase as here to support the fact that Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life.
Its between A and B.
(A) Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, and with
>>At first look and with seemed to be || with With surface temperatures. Also IMO, comma+And shall introduce another IC but here its an phrase.
Can someone please elucidate on this?

(B) Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life, its
>>Correct. More crisp than A.
Phrase "its ..." is modifying Europa though its not touching or quite far from modified noun. Can be read as
Europa ,its ...., has long been considered far too cold to support life.

(C) Europa has long been considered as far too cold to support life and has
>> prep phrase is converted into another clause which is wrong.Reason, now both r acting at same level in sentence structure.Whereas, original intention is two use two phrases to conclude something.
Considered as not correct.

(D) Europa, long considered as far too cold to support life, and its
>> Missing main verb. Considered as is not correct here.Even second part ,post comma+and, is missing the verb.
(E) Europa, long considered to be far too cold to support life, and to have
>>Considered to be is not correct here;Missing main verb
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As per solutions above answer choice C is incorrect because it is using wrong idiom, "considered as". What if the answer choice read, " Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life and has"? Would it be correct then? I am asking because this sentence makes perfect sense,
" With surface temperatures estimated at minus 230 degrees Fahrenheit,Jupiter's moon Europa has long been considered far too cold to support life and has 60 square miles of water thought to be frozen from top to bottom."

Can experts please advise elaborate on above?

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