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Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young

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Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2005, 16:24
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Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young Athenian women collaborated to weave a new woolen robe that they used to dress a statue of the goddess Athena and that this robe depicted scenes of a battle between Zeus, Athena's father, and giants.

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(B) Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young Athenian women had collaborated to weave a new woolen robe with which to dress

(C) According to records from ancient Athens, each year young Athenian women collaborated to weave a new woolen robe that they used to dress

(D) Records from ancient Athens indicate that each year young Athenian women collaborated to weave a new woolen robe with which they dressed

(E) Records from ancient Athens indicate each year young Athenian women had collaborated to weave a new woolen robe for dressing
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2005, 17:58
A - wrong - the women's action is not based on records
B - wrong - same reason
C- wrong - parallelism for that missing
D - my choice
E - wrong - parallelism for that missing also - records do not indicate each year
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2005, 01:07
'D' is my choice.

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A & B - Modifier problem
C & D - not parallel
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2005, 13:05
Good job guys, OA is D
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