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C is the only one that works here, all other choices contain modifier problems.
I'm somehow not able to eliminate 'A' completely. Please help. Why 'C'?
In 'C', "traveling the back roads of Hungary armed only" doesn't it sound like "Hungary is armed"? I know I'm wrong but not able to convince myself
alllow me ....
A is using a cordinating conjuction "and" so for Cordinating conjuction both the clause on side of "and" should be independent. but in A the first part
"Traveling the back roads of Hungary, in 1905 [color=darkred]Bela Bartok and Zoltan Kodalybegan their pioneering work in ethnomusicology" [/color]is not evan a clause. These are just to two phrase one modifying the noun in another..
let me know if you find any flaw in this reasoning
Can anyone explain ,
how this is a phrase here because sentence has subject "Bela Bartok and Zoltan Kodaly" and verb"began" .
I will go with B. Was struck between A, B and C.
A does not sound fine. "In 1905" is problematic.
C too does not sound fine .. since it appears that "armed only" modifies Hungary.
So, I chose B though I know that "only armed" is wrong.
(B is less worst of all the choices ).
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