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683. That educators have not anticipated the impact of microcomputer technology can hardly be said that it is their fault: Alvin Toffler, one of the most prominent students of the future, did not even mention microcomputers in Future Shock, published in 1970.
(A) That educators have not anticipated the impact of microcomputer technology can hardly be said that it is their fault
(B) That educators have not anticipated the impact of microcomputer technology can hardly be said to be at fault
(C) It can hardly be said that it is the fault of educators who have not anticipated the impact of microcomputer technology
(D) It can hardly be said that educators are at fault for not anticipating the impact of microcomputer technology
(E) The fact that educators are at fault for not anticipating the impact of microcomputer technology can hardly be said


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I am not sure why C is not the correct answer... is it because that the 2nd "it" has no clear antecedent? Can someone clarifies this? Thanks.
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The answer from the OA is D, but I don't see why C is a wrong choice..Besides the meaning is changed such that the noun clause " who have not anticipated..." is modifying "educators" instead of serving as a reason for why educators are at fault..
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New post 30 Nov 2009, 10:19
richardkliao wrote:
The answer from the OA is D, but I don't see why C is a wrong choice..Besides the meaning is changed such that the noun clause " who have not anticipated..." is modifying "educators" instead of serving as a reason for why educators are at fault..



Hi,
What i think so second it doesn't have clear referent as you mentioned earlier.
because sentences start with "it" usually has "that" to refer.
Hope it makes some sense :)

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Agree, the second it has no clear reference. Thanks@!
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