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Eaten in the Mediterranean countries, northern Europeans

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Eaten in the Mediterranean countries, northern Europeans [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2005, 15:46
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Eaten in the Mediterranean countries, northern Europeans viewed the tomato with suspicion, for they assumed it had poisonous properties because of its relationship to deadly nightshade.

northern Europeans viewed the tomato with suspicion, for they
northern Europeans were suspicious of the tomato, and they
the tomato was viewed with suspicion by northern Europeans, who
the tomato was suspicious to northern Europeans, and it was
the tomato was viewed with suspicion by northern Europeans, it being
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SC..Series.#7 [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2005, 19:06
C 'the tomato was viewed with suspicion by northern Europeans, who ' to me is the answer.
"the tomato" was eaten in Mediterranean countries (a case of modifier). Also we are using who for people.
In 'D', tomato is suspicous of people, should be other way round; people should be suspicious of tomato.
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2005, 10:03
Cybera,

Could you post the OA after 2-3 days, it gives everyone a chance to answer the questions.

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BTW - The answer should be C, because this SC tests the misplaced modifier rule. Eaten in Mediterranean countries, should be followed by the subject - tomato, and not the northern europeans.
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