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Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home, they [#permalink]
26 Oct 2004, 21:28
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72. Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home, they featured the preparation of great quantities of ceremonial food, the wearing of many layers of colorful clothing adorned with silver, and the recounting of traditional tribal jokes and stories.
(A) Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home, they featured
(B) Festivals were held in Aho, a Kiowa matriarch’s home, which featured
(C) Aho, who was a Kiowa matriarch in her home, held festivals featuring
(D) In her home, Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals that featured
(E) Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home that featured
Festivals features the preparation of food, blahblah .... So, looking for this paraphrase.
A - Aho,..., they featured - wrong
B - Festivals were held in Aho - NO. Aho is not a place, but a person.
C - Aho,...,held festivals featuring the preparation of food - awkward
D - is better over E. Why? 'festivals that featured' - all these words together makes more clear than 'festivals in her home that featured'.
My choice is â€˜Eâ€™ because â€˜thatâ€™ should be used in this case. â€˜whichâ€™ cannot be used because â€˜whichâ€™ will be used only in setences to give additional non-important information
So, between choice â€˜Dâ€™ & â€˜Eâ€™ - â€˜Dâ€™ is awkward.
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