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At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incar

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At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incarceration rates of all Western countries, reflecting their long humanitarian tradition.


A. reflecting their long

B. being a reflection of its long

C. reflection of their long

D. reflecting its long

E. reflecting its greater

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Re: At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incar  [#permalink]

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At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incarceration rates of all Western countries, reflecting their long humanitarian tradition.


A. reflecting their long

B. being a reflection of its long

C. reflection of their long

D. reflecting its long

E. reflecting its greater
Imo e.. opt a n c are out because of their.and b is awkward ...between D n E ..e gives that the tradition is greater than any ofvits countries...correct me if i am wrong

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Re: At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incar  [#permalink]

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Bunuel wrote:
At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incarceration rates of all Western countries, reflecting their long humanitarian tradition.


A. reflecting their long

B. being a reflection of its long

C. reflection of their long

D. reflecting its long

E. reflecting its greater
Imo e.. opt a n c are out because of their.and b is awkward ...between D n E ..e gives that the tradition is greater than any ofvits countries...correct me if i am wrong

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hi

prethink: meaning states that norway has a long humanitarian past than any other country

D. reflecting its long---correct

E. reflecting its greater --incorrect
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Re: At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incar  [#permalink]

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Bunuel wrote:
At 60 inmates per 100,000 citizens, Norway has one of the lowest incarceration rates of all Western countries, reflecting their long humanitarian tradition.


A. reflecting their long

B. being a reflection of its long

C. reflection of their long

D. reflecting its long

E. reflecting its greater


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The plural pronoun their incorrectly refers to the singular Norway. Their should be its. So (A) and (C) are out. (B) corrects this error but changes reflection to the more awkward being a reflection of. (E), too, uses the proper pronoun, but the word greater changes the meaning of the sentence. That leaves (D), which is the correct choice.
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