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It seems obvious that Miles Davis’ [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2016, 06:11
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It seems obvious that Miles Davis’ ________ the Juilliard School, which resulted in his decision to drop out, was based on the school’s training of musicians for a kind of music that he did not want to play.

A) disaffection with
B) dislocation of
C) disentanglement from
D) subversion of
E) displacement of
F) estrangement from

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
disaffection with (Choice A) and estrangement from (Choice F)

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Re: It seems obvious that Miles Davis’ [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2016, 06:13
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Explanation

The sentence asserts a logical relationship between Davis’ attitude toward the school (as indicated in the blank) and his “decision to drop out.” Only “disaffection with” and “estrangement from” are consistent with a decision to drop out and result in sentences nearly alike in meaning.
Thus, the correct answer is disaffection with (Choice A) and estrangement from (Choice F).
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