GMAT Practice Question Set #11 (Question 31-33)

Sentence Correction Question #33: Customers and Furniture Stores  
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Customers in brick and mortar furniture stores, unlike in online furniture stores, do not impulsively buy things besides what they came in for, not purchasing a bar stool and bookshelf when they come in for a couch, but they leave with a couch only.

(A)

in online furniture stores, do not impulsively buy things besides what they came in for, not purchasing a bar stool and bookshelf when they come in for a couch, but they leave with a couch only

(B)

those in online furniture stores do not impulsively buy things besides what they came in for; do not purchase a bar stool and bookshelf when they come in for a couch, but leave with only a couch

(C)

online furniture stores, do not impulsively buy things besides what they came in for; someone will not purchase a bar stool and bookshelf when they come in for a couch but will leave with only a couch

(D)

those in online furniture stores, do not impulsively buy things besides what they came in for; someone who comes in for a couch will leave with a couch only and not purchase a bar stool and bookshelf as well

(E)

in online furniture stores, do not impulsively buy things besides what they came in for, not purchasing a bar stool and bookshelf when they come in for a couch, but they leave only with a couch

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