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Eighteenth - Century Physicians noted that the garlic-eating [#permalink] New post 20 Apr 2004, 02:04
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Eighteenth - Century Physicians noted that the garlic-eating French Priests who attended victims of the plague during an outbreak in london remained healthy, <u>while the English Priests shunning the odiferous herb soon become ill.</u>

(B) whereas the English priests shunning the odiferous herb soon become ill.
(C) while the English priests, who shunned the odiferous herb, soon became ill
(D) and the English priests, who shun the odiferous herb, became ill soon
(E) while the English priests soon became ill and shunned the odiferous herb

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 [#permalink] New post 20 Apr 2004, 08:56
B would have been close if it had no tense problem.
C is the best( Eventhough "While" is not the best way to decribe a contrast)
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Apr 2004, 10:46
C it is. Remember to keep the parallel construction.
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Apr 2004, 22:01
Buddies, I totally agree with you, answer should be - "C"

But answer given is - "B"

It seems a kind of typo or other flaw, whats say ?

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