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A block of multimedia that differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative in that the work is necessarily fragmented; each break of that must carry out its literary function independently.

(A) in that the
(B) since the
(C) because of the
(D) due to the
(E) that the

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Originally posted by AnkitK on 15 Jun 2011, 10:41.
Last edited by hazelnut on 19 Dec 2017, 18:22, edited 1 time in total.
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I didn't understand the question at all, but I solved it using the SC principles.

A. Correct
B. Wrong: "since" (to indicate causality) is wrong in SC, ONLY in SC. "since" is valid in SC, if it refers to time.
C .Wrong: clauses cannot be located after "because of"
D. Wrong: "due to" means "caused by". It doesn't match in this sentence.
E. Wrong: Usually, a relative clause inside other relative clause is wrong.


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A block of multimedia that differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative in that the work is necessarily fragmented,each break of that must carry out its literary function independantly.
A.in that the
B.since the
C.because of the
D.due to the
E.that the


I think A...
B,C,D change the meaning of the sentence...
E is incomplete...x differs from y that the...z...

i too did not get the meaning of the sentence at all :)
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If A is correct, I cannot find a verb. Can someone help me?

A block of multimedia that differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative in that the work is necessarily fragmented,each break of that must carry out its literary function independently.

that differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative in that the work is necessarily fragmented IMO it is a modifier
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Same here as metallicafan


1. In that - Used to talk about some aspects

2. since - Can be either used as a Preposition/conjunction

3. because of - sed to talk about all aspects

4. due to - Can be repalced by " caused by "

Used the aforementioned relues to determine the answer (A)

A block of multimedia that differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative in that ...........

IMHO only a A block of multimedia differs from a Large Paragraph , so In that can be used...

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I am not sure that this question has been correctly transcribed from the original. The first part before the semicolon is just a noun and noun modifier with no verb. Probably if the 'that' is removed, A will make sense.
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I believe that the SC above should read as follows:

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A block of multimedia text differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative in that the work is necessarily fragmented; each block of text must carry out its literary function independently.

a.) in that the
b.) since the
c.) because of the
d.) due to the
e.) that the


B: A block of multimedia text differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative since the work is necessarily fragmented.
Here, the conveyed meaning is that the portion in red CAUSES a block of multimedia text to differ from a paragraph in a linear narrative.
Not the intended meaning.
The intended meaning of the original sentence is that the portion in red is the WAY in which a block of multimedia text and a paragraph in a linear narrative differ.
Eliminate B.

A preposition may not be followed by a complete clause.
The object of a preposition must be a NOUN.
C: of the work is necessarily fragmented
D: to the work is necessarily fragmented
In each of these options, the preposition in blue is incorrectly followed by the clause in red.
Eliminate C and D.

E: a linear narrative that the work is necessarily fragmented
This meaning is nonsensical.
Eliminate E.



Note the following:
When since serves to connect two clauses and is intended to express a causal relationship, it should be preceded by a comma, as in the following OA from GMAC:
Prospecting for gold was a relatively easy task, since erosion put gold literally within reach of anybody with a pan or shovel.

B: A block of multimedia text differs from a paragraph in a linear narrative since the work is necessarily fragmented.
Here, since serves to connect the two clauses in red and is intended to express a causal relationship.
Since no comma precedes since, eliminate B.
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