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During the early years of European settlement on a continent that was viewed as “wildernessâ€
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New post 21 Apr 2006, 06:05
I am going with C.

(A) Native Americans, intimately knowing the ecology of the land, were a help in the rescuing of - no relative pronoun/ passive
(B) Native Americans knew the ecology and the land intimately and this enabled them to help in the rescue of - to help in the rescue of - passive
(C) Native Americans, with their intimate knowledge of the ecology of the land, helped to rescue - correct
(D) having intimate knowledge of the ecology of the land, Native Americans helped the rescue of helped the rescue of - passive
(E) knowing intimately the ecology of the land, Native Americans helped to rescue no relative pronoun
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New post 21 Apr 2006, 06:19
My pick is C.
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(C) active and concise
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New post 21 Apr 2006, 07:57
C is the answer
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New post 21 Apr 2006, 09:31
You're right, it's C.

I had chosen E, prefering "knowing intimately" to "intimate knowledge" which sounded so bad to me...
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New post 22 Apr 2006, 15:13
^ C ^

>> "in the rescuing of" or "in the rescue of" is not a true usage so A, B and D are out.

>> between C and E, C is clear and it is better we start the choice with "Native Americans"
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