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In an effort to reduce their inventories, Italian vintners have cut prices; their wines have been priced to sell. and they are. (A) have been priced to sell, and they are
(B) are priced to sell, and they have
(C) are priced to sell, and they do
(D) are being priced to sell, and have
(E) had been priced to sell, and they have
The answer to the post is C . This is because the sentence is much in present tense ( usage of reduce ) and hence all the verbs muct be in same tense .
have been - present perfect
being priced - odd usage of being
had been - past perfect
and in o[ption B usage of they is a pronoun error
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08 Jan 2015, 05:11
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