It is as difficult to prevent crimes against property as those - should be it is that are against a person.
(A) those that are against a do not what to say but "those that"- little ambiguous
(B) those against a comparing difficulty to crimes, not ||
(C) it is against a - wrong comparison; preventing blah blah...to a person. also || markers are not properly placed- at least "to" should have been placed before "person" even to make a superfluous ||
(D) preventing those against a - wrong tense, ||ism issue
(E) it is to prevent those against a the only better choice could have been- it is to prevent "crimes" against a. so my bet on this one!
What's the answer and why?
Though I chimed in little late for this but still I hope this helps!
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