see the attached
I think B.
(A) average price being compared with car itself.
(C) "below this year's comparably equipped.." sounds wrong
(D) comparing car to price
(E) again comparing car to price.
I pick B as well.
Ok my POE,
E- Straight out. No need to read the full sentence.
D- 'Compred to' is incorrect where 'with' is required.
C- Wrong comparision. Comparing the decrease in price with this years model and trucks.
A - Same as C.
I picked B as well.
Word Hard to get what you like, or you may be forced to like what you get
Official Answer is B
Go with B. Correct construction should compare prices of cars & trucks.
I'll go for B.
But I was just wondering whether it has correct idioms..
can anybody let me know which one correct
average price for next year's car
average price of next year's car
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