As litigation grows more complex, the need that experts explain technical issues becomes more apparent.
(A) that experts explain technical issues becomes
(B) for experts to explain technical issues became
(C) for experts to explain technical issues becomes
(D) that technical issues be explained by experts became
(E) that there be explanations of technical issues by experts has become
lets first eliminate all tense loopholes B D
are out since they use past tense .here we need present tense
E -> awkward and complicated.hence eliminate
now we end up with A and C
both are gramatically correct but here going by the meaning we are looking for need for experts rather than need for explanations by experts hence C is the right choice.
A is outIMO C
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