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From 1965 on, the region’s standard of living has soared, but also unemployment and prices,
A) but also
B) and also
C) but so have
D) and so also
E) but so did
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From 1965 on, the region’s standard of living has soared, but also unemployment and prices,
A) but also
B) and also
C) but so have
D) and so also
E) but so did


Good question! After "but" we need a verb to have both parts parallel. So A,B and D are out. Between C and E. Here we have "from 1965 on", which means that action started in the past and is still valid. Hence we need present perfect. E is out, C is correct choice.
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I agree that an auxiliary verb is needed to keep both sides of the question parallel. Eliminate A, B and D. The first part of the sentence uses present perfect, so the second part should also. Eliminate E. It is also interesting to ask yourself when solving some questions whether there is a contrast or not in the sentence you are considering. Soaring standards of living are positive, but rising prices and unemployment are negative, so a contrast is needed. You need “but”.
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goodyear2013 wrote:
From 1965 on, the region’s standard of living has soared, but also unemployment and prices,
A) but also
B) and also
C) but so have
D) and so also
E) but so did


A B and D elimnated.

Need a but - C & E left.

First part of sentence contains 'has'. The event started from point in the past and continues today, thus use 'have'
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