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Choice (E) has no ambiguity.

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New post 08 Jun 2004, 21:07
In your footsteps Anandnk
A and B are wrong as "it" has no clear referent. Also, overlooking seems to introduce a participial phrase which should in fact modify the immediately preceding noun "same site". Basically, "same site" would have done the action of overlooking... which is wrong
C "overlooking that" is not idiomatic. you "overlook the possibility that"
D was explained by anandnk
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E looks good
I almost missed the "it" ambiguity and was going to pick B!!!
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