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Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family: the shared genetic inheritance, or accident, that enables musicians to make music.

(A) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family
(B) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lays a sense of family
(C) A sense of family lies inside of the boundaries of artistic rivalry
(D) A family sense lies within artistic rivalryâ€™s boundaries
(E) Within artistic rivalryâ€™s boundaries lays a family sense
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28 Jun 2006, 05:50
fireboll wrote:
Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family: the shared genetic inheritance, or accident, that enables musicians to make music.

(A) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family
(B) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lays a sense of family
(C) A sense of family lies inside of the boundaries of artistic rivalry
(D) A family sense lies within artistic rivalryâ€™s boundaries
(E) Within artistic rivalryâ€™s boundaries lays a family sense

A

B is out due to the use of incorrect verb 'to lay'
C is out due to the wrong analogy: "artistic rivalry"-"shared genetic inheritance"
D is out due to to the wrong analogy: "boundaries"-"shared genetic inheritance"
E is out to the use of incorrect verb 'to lay'

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28 Jun 2006, 05:53
Yup .. A for me too ... "Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry" is the subject here and "lies" makes sense .. "lays" is inappropriate usage ..
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28 Jun 2006, 09:36
(A) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family

The sentence after the ":" has to describe the phrase preceding it, which would be familial description.

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28 Jun 2006, 09:45
if you are confused about "lie" vs "lay"... if you can put "place" in the sentence and it makes sense, then use "lay"... "lay" is associated with a physical object

(A) correct
(B) out due to "lay"... Sense is no object, so it can't lay...
(C) 'inside of the boudaries' is awkward, aslo sense is described after, not the boundaries
(D) same as c
(E) lay again

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28 Jun 2006, 19:43
u2lover wrote:
if you are confused about "lie" vs "lay"... if you can put "place" in the sentence and it makes sense, then use "lay"... "lay" is associated with a physical object

(A) correct
(B) out due to "lay"... Sense is no object, so it can't lay...
(C) 'inside of the boudaries' is awkward, aslo sense is described after, not the boundaries
(D) same as c
(E) lay again

Agree and also a sense of family should be near to the starting of statement after colon.

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28 Jun 2006, 21:09
By POE A

B - lay is incorrect.
D/E - artistic rivalryâ€™s incorrect
C - awkward

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28 Feb 2011, 21:32
What is the wrong analogy we are talking about there? Can someone explain?
helg wrote:
fireboll wrote:
Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family: the shared genetic inheritance, or accident, that enables musicians to make music.

(A) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lies a sense of family
(B) Within the boundaries of artistic rivalry lays a sense of family
(C) A sense of family lies inside of the boundaries of artistic rivalry
(D) A family sense lies within artistic rivalryâ€™s boundaries
(E) Within artistic rivalryâ€™s boundaries lays a family sense

A

B is out due to the use of incorrect verb 'to lay'
C is out due to the wrong analogy: "artistic rivalry"-"shared genetic inheritance"
D is out due to to the wrong analogy: "boundaries"-"shared genetic inheritance"
E is out to the use of incorrect verb 'to lay'

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28 Feb 2011, 21:41
u2lover wrote:
if you are confused about "lie" vs "lay"... if you can put "place" in the sentence and it makes sense, then use "lay"... "lay" is associated with a physical object

(A) correct
(B) out due to "lay"... Sense is no object, so it can't lay...
(C) 'inside of the boudaries' is awkward, aslo sense is described after, not the boundaries
(D) same as c
(E) lay again

Agree and also a sense of family should be near to the starting of statement after colon.
==> Isnt this rule applicable to semicolon/comma and not colon? The sentences after/before a colon can mostly stand independently, though pronoun references can definitely have preceding references in such cases. Am I missing something, when we are having modifier rules applicable here? I dont think we have any application of noun/adverbial references/modifiers here.
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01 Mar 2011, 06:10
A it is.
D and E are passive.
B uses 'Lays' and C has awkward wording.

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