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Revered by an ill-informed citizenry, the Duke of York was feted opulently for several months before there was denunciation and exile.

(A) there was denunciation and exile
(B) he was to be denounced with exile
(C) being denounced and exiled
(D) denunciation and his exile
(E) being exiled, having been denounced

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?B?

We are talking in present about past with some future event. I don't know?
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OA is C.

It is hard for me to pick C because of 'being'.
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C too. Tianmu, what was your problem with 'being' ? See if we can help you here.

I like to ask something too. If B was changed to this form:

he was to be denounced and exiled, would it be better than C?
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C too. Tianmu, what was your problem with 'being' ? See if we can help you here.

I like to ask something too. If B was changed to this form:

he was to be denounced and exiled, would it be better than C?


Now I can eliminate A, B, and D of the original question, because of the rule that verb is superior to noun. Then pick C, becuase E is wordy.
But, I am not sure about your changed question. Still C is better than the changed B?
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