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SC question
by Pratibha B - Wednesday, 18 April 2012, 11:04 AM
  While Rohan was an elusive man as such, his courage in the face of physical threats and verbal attacks was not unlike that of Rosalie, who refused to move to the back of a bus in Mumbai.

1.not unlike that of Rosalie, who refused
2.not unlike Rosalie, who refused
3.like Rosalie and her refusal
4.like that of Rosalie for refusing
5.as that of Rosalie, who refused

Hi, options 2,3,4 are out - no confusion about that.

Am not sure which is the correct one between option 1 and 5.

'as that of Rosalie' sounds more simple than 'not unlike that of Rosalie'

Please pour your thoughts.



Re: SC question
by Prateek Tewari - Wednesday, 9 May 2012, 11:14 AM
 

It appears second option to me. Not sure if it is that complicated or i am missing a trick.

 

Regards,

prat88k

Re: SC question
by Mohit Sharma - Wednesday, 9 May 2012, 01:24 PM
  Hi,
the correct option is 2. it should have been 'than that of' in the first option. Option 5 is however wrong. it make no sense.
Re: SC question
by tgdel632 tg - Friday, 25 May 2012, 03:08 PM
  Hi ,
In this question are we not comparing Rohan's courage with Rosalie's courage. Shouldn't be the answer A.
Re: SC question
by siddharth mahajan - Thursday, 31 May 2012, 12:11 AM
 

option 5...courage of rohan and rosalie is on similar limes...

 

Re: SC question
by pallavi bhatti - Wednesday, 29 August 2012, 01:23 AM
  option 5 comparison of phrases so AS is used .like is always used for comparison of nouns.
Re: SC question
by kedar kulkarni - Thursday, 31 July 2014, 02:45 PM
  Answer can be either 1st option or 4th.
In this example,
courage of rohan is compared with courage of rosalie.
courage is a noun. As we are comparing the nouns not the clauses, we have to use like not as.

I'll go with option 1, as relative clause is used.