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Although closed for renovation, architecture students with a college

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Although closed for renovation, architecture students with a college pass can gain entry to the historic monument.


A. Although closed for renovation

B. Although it is closed for renovation

C. Closed for renovation

D. Closed on account of renovation

E. Having closed for renovation


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New post 30 Aug 2017, 22:07
This Question checks the usage of Verb-ed and Verb-ing (Beginning of a sentence)

Architecture Students are not closed for Renovation.
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Option B
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For me, it 's B
It 's about Dangling Modifier.
In this sentences, initial modifier is underline part, and subject is “architecture students”. However, remember that "students" can "closed" or "having closed".Only object “the historic monument” can be used with "closed". (In addition, "it" refers to "the historic monument" )Therefore, in A, C, D, E, “closed” is wrong. Only B is true.
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