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Incorrect:He was elected to officer.Correct:He was elected as an officer.Incorrect:He was elected as office.Easier said than doneCorrect:It’s always easier said than done.Incorrect:It’s always easier said than to be done.Errors TestedIdioms128VERBALGMAT Club 201199
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© GMAT Club – contributing to each other’s learningIndicate thatCorrect:Studies indicate that stress is a common causeof heart attacks.Incorrect:Studies indicate about stress being a commoncause of heart attacks.In order toCorrect:She began studying in order to get a good gradein the class.Incorrect:She began studying in order that she got agood grade in the class.Errors TestedIdioms129VERBAL© GMAT Club – contributing to each other’s learningJust as <>, so <>Correct:Just as Tyra was considered for the scholarship, sowas Mia.Incorrect:Just as Tyra was considered for the scholarship,Mia as also considered.Known toCorrect:Even as a student, Rick was known to do thingsdifferently.Incorrect:Even as a student, Rick was known as wanting todo things differently.Errors TestedIdioms130VERBAL© GMAT Club – contributing to each other’s learningLeft, right and centerCorrect:She was shooting emails to people left, right andcenter.Incorrect:She was, left right and center, sending emails.Known toCorrect:Even as a student, Rick was known to do thingsdifferently.Incorrect:Even as a student, Rick was known as wanting todo things differently.Errors TestedIdioms131VERBAL© GMAT Club – contributing to each other’s learningA means toCorrect:She only viewed it as a means to the end.Incorrect:For some people, money is considered ameans for/of an end.Mistaken forCorrect:The twins were often mistaken for oneanother.Incorrect:The twins were often mistaken as oneanother.Errors TestedIdioms132VERBALGMAT Club 2011100
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© GMAT Club – contributing to each other’s learningMore than everCorrect:I regret not going to Europe, now more than ever.Incorrect:I regret not going to Europe, now more thannever.Native of/toCorrect:She is a native of Vienna.Incorrect:She is a native to Vienna.Correct:The Bengal Tiger is native to India.Incorrect:The Bengal Tiger is native of India.Errors TestedIdioms133VERBAL© GMAT Club – contributing to each other’s learningProhibit fromCorrect:Only when we prohibit people from buying drinksfor minors, will we reduce the problem of underagedrinking.Incorrect:Only when we prohibit people to buy drinks forminors, will we reduce the problem of underage drinking.Range fromCorrect:The quality of these products range from good toexcellent.Incorrect:The quality of these products range betweengood to excellent.
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