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A historian attempting to predict in the 1870's which nation

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A historian attempting to predict in the 1870's which nation [#permalink] New post 29 Dec 2012, 08:34
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33. A historian attempting to predict in the 1870's which nation would take over world leadership from the British probably would have guessed Bismarck's Prussia and been quite wrong.

(A) have guessed Bismarck's Prussia and been
(B) have guessed that it would have been Bismarck's Prussia and he would be
(C) have guessed Bismarck's Prussia and would be
(D) guess Bismarck's Prussia and be
(E) guess that it would be Bismarck's Prussia and would have been


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[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Re: A historian attempting to predict in the 1870's which nation [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2014, 15:07
TGC wrote:
33. A historian attempting to predict in the 1870's which nation would take over world leadership from the British probably would have guessed Bismarck's Prussia and been quite wrong.

(A) have guessed Bismarck's Prussia and been
(B) have guessed that it would have been Bismarck's Prussia and he would be
(C) have guessed Bismarck's Prussia and would be
(D) guess Bismarck's Prussia and be
(E) guess that it would be Bismarck's Prussia and would have been


Source: Brutal Sc's


Between A and C? I guess we need been cause we are talking about something that happened long ago is that correct?

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Re: A historian attempting to predict in the 1870's which nation   [#permalink] 09 Jan 2014, 15:07
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