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The three-pointed-star on the Mercedes bonnet can now

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The three-pointed-star on the Mercedes bonnet can now be in your garage for a much lesser price than you ever imagined

A. lesser price than you ever imagined
B. lower price than you ever imagined
C. lesser price than you had ever imagined
D. lower price than one would have ever imagined
E. lesser price than you could ever have imagined

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Idiomatically the correct usage is lower or higher for price. The best way to get past this question is process of elimination. Using this idiomatic construction, only B & D are left. since we use "you" in the first part of the sentence, we need "you" in the second part as well.
The answer should be B.
answered Jan 24, 2016 by Guru (5,628 points)
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