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Depending on ones point of view, the proliferation of the [#permalink]
06 Sep 2004, 06:52
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Depending on oneâ€™s point of view, the proliferation of the television is either a great advance in communication or an unmistakable sign that the decline in high culture begun before the War is still continuing.
A.decline in high culture begun before the War is still continuing
B.decline of high culture begun before the War is still continuing
C.decline of high culture that began before the War is continuing
D.decline in culture in high places that began before the War is continuing
E.declining culture in high places that began before the War still continues
OA will follow post some discussions. Pls explain answers.[/u]
I believe "that began" sounds better than begun.
But I am not sure about that continuing part.
E sounds better with the continue part, however I think declining culture in high places is not correct...btw. what is declining culture in high places.
My first hunch was with C becase A and B use "still continuing" which sounds redundant to me. However, A and B's forms use past participle which is more concise. C is not perfect but we're not looking for the perfect choice... just the best one.