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Women working outside the home continue to earn only about

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Women working outside the home continue to earn only about tow-thirds of working men.

(A) of working men
(B) of the amount of working men
(C) of the amount working men have
(D) of the amount earned by working men
(E) what has been earned by working men
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New post 02 Apr 2007, 19:31
I would pick D.

E is incorrect as "of" or similar thing is missing before "what has .."

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Women working outside the home continue to earn only about tow-thirds of working men.

(A) of working men
(B) of the amount of working men
(C) of the amount working men have
(D) of the amount earned by working men
(E) what has been earned by working men
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New post 02 Apr 2007, 20:01
D for correct logical comparison

E

2/3's what has been is missing 'of' and the the tense is incorrect as well
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New post 03 Apr 2007, 00:24
I too choose D, as the use of "2/3 of the amount" sounds right.
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New post 03 Apr 2007, 05:36
[quote="faifai0714"]why not C?[/quote]

C sounds like men don't earn, they already have their earning since some tiem in past.
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New post 03 Apr 2007, 05:59
i'll also pick D
because, comparing 'earn to earn' and in E, 'what' can only be used while we are comparing 'what','when' and 'how'....
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New post 03 Apr 2007, 23:00
OA is D
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New post 21 Mar 2017, 01:25
Women working outside the home continue to earn only about tow-thirds of working men.

(A) of working men
(B) of the amount of working men
(C) of the amount working men have
(D) of the amount earned by working men
(E) what has been earned by working men

may be D nut why not B ?
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