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# All modern computer languages derive from a more basic “assembly” lang

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All modern computer languages derive from a more basic “assembly” language that originated many decades ago.

(A) All modern computer languages derive from
(B) Derived from all modern computer languages is
(C) Resulting in all modern computer languages was
(D) Modern computer languages, which all resulted from
(E) All modern computer languages are derived from

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08 Feb 2020, 10:03
All modern computer languages derive from a more basic “assembly” language that originated many decades ago.

(A) All modern computer languages derive from
(B) Derived from all modern computer languages is
(C) Resulting in all modern computer languages was
(D) Modern computer languages, which all resulted from
(E) All modern computer languages are derived from

I would go with E on this one.

B, C and D are incorrect

In A, languages derive from seems to be incorrect because they are derived by someone. We would use derive from if something is inherently derived from something.
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