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28 Nov 2003, 16:26
MartinMag wrote:
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B is best

During + time period is correct usage

During the 1970's and the 1980's

We need a specific time frame following "During".

We dont know which two decades??..

A is out...

E ... We need "was" instead of " is".

D.... Being ...a big no-no

C...i feel its does not convey the idea of the "past tense" required in the first half of the sentence

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29 Nov 2003, 12:51
I chose B as well, but the official answer is D. I wanted to check this with somebody else because I think the answer provided is wrong.

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01 Dec 2003, 02:46
in A, its refers to distribution, and not to China.
I have chosen E.
D seems to be ugly.
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01 Dec 2003, 07:17
I choose E.

Again, "its" refers to "distribution" in other sentences; note that after the comma "," comes distribution and not China.
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01 Dec 2003, 07:35
I think that E is certain to be a correct option here—D is a monster.
01 Dec 2003, 07:35
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