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# Articulate started the e-learning blog, where the theory was simple

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10 Nov 2017, 11:47
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Articulate started the e-learning blog, where the theory was simple – consumers showing a greater willingness to buy its tools if they find multiple uses for them.

A. where the theory was simple – consumers showing
B. which had the simple theory of consumers showing
C. with a simple theory of consumers showing
D. whose theory was simple – consumers show
E. with a theory that is a simple one – consumers show

Can someone explain what is wrong with B?

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Re: Articulate started the e-learning blog, where the theory was simple  [#permalink]

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10 Nov 2017, 21:14
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tejasridarsi wrote:
Articulate started the e-learning blog, where the theory was simple – consumers showing a greater willingness to buy its tools if they find multiple uses for them.

A. where the theory was simple – consumers showing
"where" here wrongly refers to "the e-learning blog". Should use which instead.

B. which had the simple theory of consumers showing
"its" here should refer back to "the e-learning blog". However, this choice makes "its" refer to "a simple theory"

C. with a simple theory of consumers showing
"its tool", then "its" here should refer back to "the e-learning blog". However, this choice makes "its" refer to "a simple theory"

D. whose theory was simple – consumers show
Correct. "its" here refers to "whose" that refers to "the e-learning blog"

E. with a theory that is a simple one – consumers show
"its" here refers to "a theory"

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