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Prep4GMAT sentence correction GMAT sample question
Explanation
A - Incorrect: This option is not parallel to the rest of the sentence; as a leading martial artist in the non-underlined part requires a parallel construction.

B - Incorrect: The relative pronoun which is not used for humans as done in this option.

C - Incorrect: This option is not parallel to the rest of the sentence; as a leading martial artist in the non-underlined part requires a parallel construction.

D - Incorrect: This option is not parallel to the rest of the sentence; as a leading martial artist in the non-underlined part requires a parallel construction.

E- Correct: The parallel use of the preposition as is in accordance with the rest of the sentence. The relative pronoun who is correctly used to refer to people.

E is the correct answer.

Did you know that parallelism is also important in Kung Fu? Draw upon your chi to discover the correct answer.