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Once the site of pilgrimages to the Aztec god of the caves, [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2010, 23:39
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Once the site of pilgrimages to the Aztec god of the caves, each Sunday now attacts hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths to Chalma.
a. each Sunday now attacts hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths to Chalma.
b. hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths are now attracted to Chalma each Sunday
c. Chalma now attacts hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths each Sunday.
d. hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths are now attracted each Sunday to Chalma.
e. Chalma now attracts each Sunday hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths.

I dont have the OA. Lets see what the majority is with ...
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Re: pilgrimages to the Aztec god [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2010, 00:03
IMO,The first phrase has to modifer 'Chalma' which should immediately follow the modifier. Hence, A,B and D are out. Chalma attracts 'hundreds of christians' not 'each sunday'. Hence C is the answer.
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Re: pilgrimages to the Aztec god [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2010, 00:08
C is the best formed of all the options.

I go with C.
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Re: pilgrimages to the Aztec god [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2010, 09:14
agree C...
explanation: site of pilgrimages needs to modify a noun.. hence "Chalma" is required right after the comma - brings to C and E.
In the second phrase "Chalma now attacts"...needs to modify the noun again..
so C has the correct modifier combination.
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Re: pilgrimages to the Aztec god [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2010, 09:18
Its between C & E.

The construction of C is better.
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Re: pilgrimages to the Aztec god [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2010, 09:28
As rightly pointed out by schemer,Chalma has to be modified,so its between C and E.I too go with C since Chalma attracts 'hundreds of christians' not 'each sunday'.
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