As did many other newer American cities, Atlanta doubled in size only its first ten years of existence.
(a) As did
(b) As have
(d) Just like
(e) As with
Seems very simple, but I am confused. Please help....
Like - indicates similar not the exact same
As - indicates exact same ,
Also As cannot introduce a clause , not never a phrase
"like" is used to compare nouns
Thanks everybody! Official Answer is also (c) Like.
"Like noun1, noun2 is X" OR "noun2, like noun1, is X"
"try to get what you like or you will be forced to like what you get"
We use 'as' for comparing non-noun subject (for example two clauses, two events, two action). That leaves us with C and D.
Like is used for comparing two nouns.
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