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# An archaecological excavation at what might have been a

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An archaecological excavation at what might have been a workshop where statues were reproduced yielded 1,532 fragments of human figures, including 7 intact statues.

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(B) what might have been a workshop where statues were reproduced yielded 1,532 fragments of human figures and
(C) the site of a possible workshop where statues were reproduced yielded 1,532 fragments of human figures and
(D) the site of a possible workshop where statues were reproduced yielded 1,532 fragments of human figures, including
(E) the site of a possible workshop where statues might have been reproduced yielded 1,532 fragments of human figures, including

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22 Aug 2006, 01:13
C on this one.
Need "and" b'coz fragements & statues are different things.
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22 Aug 2006, 03:22
I went with D initially because 'and' wasn't present. After reading buzzgaurav's explanation, I guess C is better than D.
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22 Aug 2006, 03:29
I seem to go for (B) on this one.A possible workshop where statues were reproduced.
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22 Aug 2006, 05:43
hemamalinidr wrote:
E for me.

possible and might have been are redundant.

I'm going against the grain and picking (D) here. Amongst the fragments were a few intact statues.
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22 Aug 2006, 07:13
I will go with E...i dont think possible and might here are redundant..it is possible that the site was a factory..but it might be used for building statues..or it might not....

E is fine in my opinon
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22 Aug 2006, 07:25
One more for C.

The 7 statues were not included in the pieces that were excavated, it was in addition to.
22 Aug 2006, 07:25
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