Hey, do try to remember underlining the part to be corrected ! We'll do less guessing that way !
Reporting that one of its many advisors had been detained by police, the organization expressed its support and reaffirmed its belief that the advisor would soon be released.
A. its many advisors had been detained by police
B. its many advisors has been detained by police
C. its many advisors is the recently police-detained
D. their many advisors is detained by police
E. their many advisors had been detained by police
We'll want to use had been detained as the organization has expressed support and reaffirmed belift (past tense) after the arrest ( an even before the organization's show of support).
This leaves us with (A) and (E). Organization is singular, so we'll need its instead of their. So (A) is my choice.
Visitors to Toronto have often gone to the top of the CN tower, the worldâ€™s tallest freestanding structure, and see the entire city beneath them.
A. and saw the entire city beneath them
B. and saw all of the entire city beneath them
C. and saw beneath them the entire city
D. and seen beneath them the entire city
E. and seen the entire city beneath them
Visitors have gone to the top, so we'll need seen instead of saw. (E) sounds better than (D), so i'll go with (E).