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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted

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This question is very good to practice Verb-ing modifier, Verb-ed modifier and relative clause "that".

NOTE:
Verb-ing modifier + NO commas ==> modifies preceding noun.
"that" + NO commas ==> modifies a preceding noun.
Verb-ed modifier ==> always modifiers preceding noun.


Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
Wrong. "exploding" modifies "moon" <-- wrong.

B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
Correct.. "emitting" is modifier + comma --> modifies the preceding clause --> give the result of the explosion of the star.

C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
Wrong. "exploding" modifies "moon" <-- wrong.

D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
Wrong. "exploding" is modifier. But we need MAIN verb here --> "exploded" is correct, not "exploding".

E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted
Wrong. "that" modifies "moon" --> moon exploded ? Wrong meaning.

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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


E.
Because I need a parallelism btw "sunburned" and "emitted".
I think "sunburned" can not parallel with "emitting" in A, B, D, so all of these out
C confusal "it"
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Correct answer is B. Though still don't understand why.
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Admittedly, I am weak at parallelism. Which parts paralles still be a myth to me! Wait to see a thorough guide!
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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


E.
Because I need a parallelism btw "sunburned" and "emitted".
I think "sunburned" can not parallel with "emitting" in A, B, D, so all of these out
C confusal "it"

To start with I am assuming it is the star that exploded , not the moon.
So, 'that' in E is modifying moon.(and incorrectly saying that moon exploded)
Same problem with A.
In C, no clear referrent for 'it'. (moon or star?)
In D, Astronomers have uncovered evidence of X, exploding...(you see something wrong here.Did Astronmers exploded?)

B clearly says, Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star(as bright as full moon) exploded...,emitting...
Clearly star exploded, and star is emitting.

Originally posted by mymba99 on 04 May 2008, 18:53.
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Answer B :

1) Correct Idiom :- evidence that

2) You have only two choices left now A, B . In A using exploding was a verb error. It should have been exploded
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sondenso wrote:
quiet888 wrote:
Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


E.
Because I need a parallelism btw "sunburned" and "emitted".
I think "sunburned" can not parallel with "emitting" in A, B, D, so all of these out
C confusal "it"

To start with I am assuming it is the star that exploded , not the moon.
So, 'that' in E is modifying moon.(and incorrectly saying that moon exploded)
Same problem with A.
In C, no clear referrent for 'it'. (moon or star?)
In D, Astronomers have uncovered evidence of X, exploding...(you see something wrong here.Did Astronmers exploded?)

B clearly says, Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star(as bright as full moon) exploded...,emitting...
Clearly star exploded, and star is emitting.


Many thanks Saravalli,

This way is helpful, I try to use it later and see how it is! Thanks
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This is about idiom and progressive tense.
correct idiom : evidence that .... Leaves A, B

Between A,B, A implies that the star "was" as bright as as the moon incorrectly.

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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted
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with B.
E has misplaced modifier.
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Idiom is Evidence "that"

So only A and B are left

In option A Exploding is modifying moon and this doesn't make any sense!

Option B is correct!
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pqhai wrote:
Hello guys.
This question is very good to practice Verb-ing modifier, Verb-ed modifier and relative clause "that".

NOTE:
Verb-ing modifier + NO commas ==> modifies preceding noun.
"that" + NO commas ==> modifies a preceding noun.
Verb-ed modifier ==> always modifiers preceding noun.


Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
Wrong. "exploding" modifies "moon" <-- wrong.

B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
Correct.. "emitting" is modifier + comma --> modifies the preceding clause --> give the result of the explosion of the star.

C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
Wrong. "exploding" modifies "moon" <-- wrong.

D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
Wrong. "exploding" is modifier. But we need MAIN verb here --> "exploded" is correct, not "exploding".

E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted
Wrong. "that" modifies "moon" --> moon exploded ? Wrong meaning.

Hope it helps.



Hi Pqhai,

you said that "Verb-ed modifier ==> always modifiers preceding noun",as per this in option B the verb Exploded should modify Full Moon rite?Please Clarify if i am missing something.

oh i think Exploded will be considered as a Modifier only when it is preceded by "that".Am i correct?
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Hello guys.
This question is very good to practice Verb-ing modifier, Verb-ed modifier and relative clause "that".

NOTE:
Verb-ing modifier + NO commas ==> modifies preceding noun.
"that" + NO commas ==> modifies a preceding noun.
Verb-ed modifier ==> always modifiers preceding noun.


Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
Wrong. "exploding" modifies "moon" <-- wrong.

B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
Correct.. "emitting" is modifier + comma --> modifies the preceding clause --> give the result of the explosion of the star.

C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
Wrong. "exploding" modifies "moon" <-- wrong.

D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
Wrong. "exploding" is modifier. But we need MAIN verb here --> "exploded" is correct, not "exploding".

E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted
Wrong. "that" modifies "moon" --> moon exploded ? Wrong meaning.

Hope it helps.



Hi Pqhai,

you said that "Verb-ed modifier ==> always modifiers preceding noun",as per this in option B the verb Exploded should modify Full Moon rite?Please Clarify if i am missing something.

oh i think Exploded will be considered as a Modifier only when it is preceded by "that".Am i correct?


Hello vamshiande

No problem. I'm glad to help. You missed the structure a bit. "Exploded" is a verb, NOT Verb-ed modifier. Please note: after "that", we use a CLAUSE, thus "exploded" can't be a verb-ed modifier.

Hope it makes sense.
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The error which I can identify is “exploding” which modified “full moon” and there is no verb there.

So on the basis of that, I have eliminated Options A) , C) . Option D) has comma + verbing modifier so should either present “How” or results – both are not applicable from context.

Now in Option E) I have a doubt what “that” modifies.

I guess “that” modified star and not full moon as “as bright as the full moon” modifies the star and as per the article noun-modifiers-can-modify-slightly-far-away-noun-135868.html, it should modify the star.

In that case, the Option E) looks ok. Can you please clarify?
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The error which I can identify is “exploding” which modified “full moon” and there is no verb there.

So on the basis of that, I have eliminated Options A) , C) . Option D) has comma + verbing modifier so should either present “How” or results – both are not applicable from context.

Now in Option E) I have a doubt what “that” modifies.

I guess “that” modified star and not full moon as “as bright as the full moon” modifies the star and as per the article noun-modifiers-can-modify-slightly-far-away-noun-135868.html, it should modify the star.

In that case, the Option E) looks ok. Can you please clarify?


Hi there,

Thank you for posting your query here. :)

As the article tells you, a good way to test whether a modifier can 'jump over' the preceding modifier is to check whether the preceding modifier can be placed anywhere else. If it can, then the second modifier can't 'jump over' the first. In this sentence, "that was as bright as the full moon" can't be placed anywhere else, since it's clearly referring to the star. So, you're right: there's no issue with this modifier.

The problem with this option is that it destroys the intended meaning of the sentence. According to the intended meaning of the original sentence, "emitting" was the result of "exploding". The star exploded, resulting in the emission of dazzling radiation. This cause-and-effect relationship no longer exists when we turn "emitted" into a verb and join the two words using "and". In this context, "and" only tells use that two actions were performed by the star: it exploded, and it emitted radiation. It doesn't tell us that the explosion caused the emission of radiation, and thus distorts the intended meaning of the sentence.

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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


Okay, OA is B

But isn't 'emitting' in B a bit ambiguous, as it can refer either to 'star' or the subject of the main clause 'astronomers'?

(we know that -ing participles preceded by a comma after a clause modify the subject+verb of that clause)

Can anybody help me with this issue?
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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


Okay, OA is B

But isn't 'emitting' in B a bit ambiguous, as it can refer either to 'star' or the subject of the main clause 'astronomers'?

(we know that -ing participles preceded by a comma after a clause modify the subject+verb of that clause)

Can anybody help me with this issue?


Here is an answer: https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/forums/astronomers-have-uncovered-evidence-that-a-star-that-t4483.html#p36695
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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


Okay, OA is B

But isn't 'emitting' in B a bit ambiguous, as it can refer either to 'star' or the subject of the main clause 'astronomers'?

(we know that -ing participles preceded by a comma after a clause modify the subject+verb of that clause)

Can anybody help me with this issue?


Hi,
emitting is not ambiguous and refers to entire action/clause " a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago"..
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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


Okay, OA is B

But isn't 'emitting' in B a bit ambiguous, as it can refer either to 'star' or the subject of the main clause 'astronomers'?


(we know that -ing participles preceded by a comma after a clause modify the subject+verb of that clause)

Can anybody help me with this issue?


Here is an answer: https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/forums/astronomers-have-uncovered-evidence-that-a-star-that-t4483.html#p36695


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Astronomers have uncovered evidence that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340.000 years ago, emitting dazzling radiation that could have disrupted Earth's protective ozone layer and sunburned our Stone Age ancestors.

A. that a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
B. that a star as bright as the full moon exploded into view 340,000 years ago, emitting
C. of a star that was as bright as the full moon exploding into view 340,000 years ago and that it emitted
D. of a star as bright as the full moon, exploding into view 340,000 years ago and emitting
E. of a star as bright as the full moon that exploded into view 340,000 years ago and that emitted


Astronomers have found some evidence that a star exploded in the past. And this explosion resulted in emission of radiations.

have found (present perfect)
exploded (past)
resulted in emmission (-ing form to show the result)

Only option B fulfills these conditions.
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