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# The English version of "Waiting for Godot," of which Beckett

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The English version of "Waiting for Godot," of which Beckett was the translator, was seen in a new production at the performing Arts Center last year.
A. of which Beckett was the translator
B. which Beckett was the translator
C. having been translated by Beckett
D. that had been translated by Beckett
E. the translator Beckett
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07 Aug 2004, 01:33
D it is.

'that' is actually a ornamental version of 'who'. Also the simple rule I learnt is - use 'that' for persons or things. 'Which' is used only for things.
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07 Aug 2004, 03:52
anuramm wrote:
The English version of "Waiting for Godot," of which Beckett was the translator, was seen in a new production at the performing Arts Center last year.
A. of which Beckett was the translator
B. which Beckett was the translator
C. having been translated by Beckett
D. that had been translated by Beckett
E. the translator Beckett

yes it should be D.

one more reason is tense problem.

the translation was done done before "new production"

so D is perfect choice.
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07 Aug 2004, 09:49
can someone else also choose their choices and then i will post the OA.
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09 Aug 2004, 00:15
I'll risk A

I don't like "English version... that had been translated...". Sounds as though Beckett translated an English version instead of translating the original into English

Not sure though...
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09 Aug 2004, 11:55
My choice is C.

Reasons
1. 'Having been modified by ...' modifies the noun it follows
2. the information with in the two commas just explains more about the noun, and it need not be a indenpendent clause as in choice D.

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09 Aug 2004, 12:42
OlegC wrote:
I'll risk A

I don't like "English version... that had been translated...". Sounds as though Beckett translated an English version instead of translating the original into English

Not sure though...

I choose A and agree with ur explanation

Later I found the following thread related to the same question:
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... translator
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09 Aug 2004, 22:34
The OA is A. Very good explanation OlegC.
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11 Aug 2004, 11:02
D can be eliminated on the tense base...

no two actions have been done and hence there is no requirement of ''had'' here...

hope that helps !

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