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43. Parents state that boring academic sessions at school don't hold children's attention and so lead to children's bad behavior, but if boring lessons are attributed as the cause of bad behavior, children are effectively told that they can misbehave in school whenever they find the lessons boring.
A if boring lessons are attributed as the cause of bad behavior
B in attributing bad behavior to boring lessons
C in the attribution of boring lessons with bad behavior
D if you would attribute boring lessons with bad behavior
E if bad behavior is attributed to boring lessons


I dont have the OA's. Please discuss.
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43. Parents state that boring academic sessions at school don't hold children's attention and so lead to children's bad behavior, but if boring lessons are attributed as the cause of bad behavior, children are effectively told that they can misbehave in school whenever they find the lessons boring.
A if boring lessons are attributed as the cause of bad behavior
B in attributing bad behavior to boring lessons
C in the attribution of boring lessons with bad behavior
D if you would attribute boring lessons with bad behavior
E if bad behavior is attributed to boring lessons.


I dont have the OA's. Please discuss.


The Idiom is always X is attributed to Y.

Will go with E.
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Agree with tkarthi4u, will go with E
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Idiomatic construction

Option E is the right one.
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