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Tom Bradley was mayor of Los Angeles from 1973 to 1993, an era when the city had transformed from a collection of suburban neighborhoods to the second-largest city in the United States.

A. an era when the city had transformed.
B. An era during which the city was transformed.
C. An era that transformed it.
D. During which era the city transformed.
E. During which the city was transformed.
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22 Oct 2006, 15:48
Why couldn't it be E...I guess the question should be why do you need "an era"
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22 Oct 2006, 16:03
burningskulls wrote:
Why couldn't it be E...I guess the question should be why do you need "an era"

without the era , which has got no clear antecedent

So B is correct
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22 Oct 2006, 18:40
trivikram wrote:
burningskulls wrote:
Why couldn't it be E...I guess the question should be why do you need "an era"

without the era , which has got no clear antecedent

So B is correct

Nice explanation

My answer is B too.
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23 Oct 2006, 06:43
Swagatalakshmi wrote:
This has to be (B)

B it is.. your confidence is almost contagious
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23 Oct 2006, 13:21
Good...

OA is B =)
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26 Oct 2006, 08:18
Late, but A can't be correct because the city can't transform itself.
26 Oct 2006, 08:18
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