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Although Napoleon’s army entered Russia with far more supplies that they had in their previous campaigns, it had provisions for only twenty-four days.

(A) they had in their previous campaigns
(B) their previous campaigns had had
(C) they had for any previous campaign
(D) in their previous campaigns
(E) for any previous campaigns

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New post 06 Nov 2006, 21:49
there is a typo in question. "than" is needed.

Pronoun reference is tested here.

E appears to be the answer.
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Its testing
1) Collective nouns like army,class crowd etc (whether they are singular or plural)
2) Pronouns

A,B,C,D all assume 'army' is plural. Collective nouns are singular.

So, E is my answer, though something funny with this question.

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New post 07 Nov 2006, 18:17
'they' and 'their' is wrong since army is a singular noun. -> A,B,C and D are out.

E is best.

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New post 23 Nov 2006, 01:27
The Official Answer is E! :lol:

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Napolean's army...............singular subject needs a singular verb.........hence E.

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