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# Baker was perhaps not the most gifted soloist in the

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Baker was perhaps not the most gifted soloist in the orchestra, but the conductor felt what was lacking in his technical skill was more than made up by the passion with which he played the music.
(A) what was lacking in his technical skill was more than made up by
(B) what he lacked in technical skill was more than made up by
(C) whatever was lacking in his technical skill was more than made up by
(D) whatever he lacked in technical skill was more than made up for by
(E) whatever he lacked in technical skill he more than made up by

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05 Jan 2009, 15:59
I went with A, but it's wrong

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05 Jan 2009, 16:12
Now that A & B are taken I will go with C and here is why

made up by passion is common in all choices and so we need some thing in the passive voice.

What he lacked is active voice?

What was lacking in A & C is passive

But I chose C to A because the conductor could not identify what exactly he was lacking.

So what ever he was lacking was made up by passion.

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06 Jan 2009, 13:48
shouldn't 'felt' be followed by 'that'
pls explain

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# Baker was perhaps not the most gifted soloist in the

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