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(E).

(C) is having pronoun reference problem. "it" can have multiple references.
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HIMALAYA wrote:
C should be ok....


But the use of it in C is dubious... it could refer to the closest noun incipent trouble.... :(
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IWT801 wrote:
HIMALAYA wrote:
C should be ok....

But the use of it in C is dubious... it could refer to the closest noun incipent trouble.... :(


i even didnot consider it as a possible one as i didnot see the Subject immidiately after the modifying phrase "being.......".
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HIMALAYA wrote:
IWT801 wrote:
HIMALAYA wrote:
C should be ok....

But the use of it in C is dubious... it could refer to the closest noun incipent trouble.... :(


i even didnot consider it as a possible one as i didnot see the Subject immidiately after the modifying phrase "being.......".


Note that (E) is having Subject - Verb inversion.

And thanks for welcoming me :thanks
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jpv wrote:
HIMALAYA wrote:
IWT801 wrote:
HIMALAYA wrote:
C should be ok....

But the use of it in C is dubious... it could refer to the closest noun incipent trouble.... :(

i even didnot consider it as a possible one as i didnot see the Subject immidiately after the modifying phrase "being.......".

Note that (E) is having Subject - Verb inversion.
And thanks for welcoming me :thanks


oh yes, i immidiately noted.
i should go to bed today. i am really tired, tooo tired.............

seems you are in gr8 speed (700+ miles/h)/sprit. :wink:
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