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Japan's economic eclipse show the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation

A. Japan's economic eclipse show the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
B. The eclipsing of Japan‘s economy shows the limited power of economic stimulus as well as the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
C. Japan's economic eclipse is showing the limited power of economic stimulus but the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
D. Japan's economic eclipse shows the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
E. Japan's economic eclipse shows that the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
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Japan's economic eclipse shows the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation

A. Japan's economic eclipse show the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
B. The eclipsing of Japan‘s economy shows the limited power of economic stimulus as well as the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
C. Japan's economic eclipse is showing the limited power of economic stimulus but the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
D. Japan's economic eclipse shows the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
E. Japan's economic eclipse shows that the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation





A. Japan's economic eclipse show the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation - incorrect
B. The eclipsing of Japan‘s economy shows the limited power of economic stimulus as well as the exaggerated threat of modest deflation - awkward
C. Japan's economic eclipse is showing the limited power of economic stimulus but the exaggerated threat of modest deflation - progressive tense is used to show a continuing process happening in present. its not the best way to express this thought. eliminate this choice
D. Japan's economic eclipse shows the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation - Correct
E. Japan's economic eclipse shows that the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation - the sentence after that is incomplete and the verb tense "shows" is incorrect


I hate these completely underlined statements.

D.

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Japan's economic eclipse shows the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation

A. Japan's economic eclipse show the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
B. The eclipsing of Japan‘s economy shows the limited power of economic stimulus as well as the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
C. Japan's economic eclipse is showing the limited power of economic stimulus but the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
D. Japan's economic eclipse shows the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation
E. Japan's economic eclipse shows that the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation

A Eclipse is singular, needs eclipse shows
B The eclipsing of Japan's economy. Economy is the subject not the eclipse
C. Is showing? Wrong tense
D Right
E Shows that......Statement ends abruptly
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E. Japan's economic eclipse shows that the limited power of economic stimulus and the exaggerated threat of modest deflation - the sentence after that is incomplete and the verb tense "shows" is incorrect

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Hi Yashii

Why do you think "shows" is incorrect tense here?

OA is D

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