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Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.

A) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it
B) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received
C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
D) painted the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
E) painted the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and the French public received it
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A) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it - Incorrect. Awkward.

B) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received - Correct. 'which' correctly refers to the paintings and the sentence maintains the parallelism between 'which he revised' and 'which the French public received'.

C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it - Incorrect. Awkward

D) painted the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it - Incorrect. Meaning error + Parallelism error

E) painted the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and the French public received it - Incorrect. Meaning error.

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Friends ..Can anyone help me with the "touch" rule ... here is my doubt ...

"a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which" - Here I thought which referred "Rouen Cathedral", the nearest noun
But that is wrong I think. Because here 'which' semms to refer - "a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral" ...

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Friends ..Can anyone help me with the "touch" rule ... here is my doubt ...

"a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which" - Here I thought which referred "Rouen Cathedral", the nearest noun
But that is wrong I think. Because here 'which' semms to refer - "a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral" ...


Hello HMC
You are absolutely right, in this example
a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which

of the Rouen Cathedral is the modifier of series and because of this which modify not the Cathedral but series.

Here is the really cool article from Magoosh about this rule and about this question:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/modifiers- ... orrection/
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Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.

A) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it
(verb-ed modifier modifies closest noun- here revised modifying RC -makes no sense)
B) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received
which modifies series of paintings & which xxx and which xxxx maintains parallelism
C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
here comma+and starts a new independent clause ( it means which he revised in his studio in 1894 and french public reveived don't have any relation)
this is wrong as two actions are inter-related.
also is this sentence correct if we have which xx and that xx (comma removed) ! pls advise
D) painted the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it ( CM painted RC -wrong)
E) painted the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and the French public received it ( CM painted RC -wrong)
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Some time ago, I saw an authoritative chapter on the logical sense of the syntax and semantics of the relative pronoun ‘which’ in a book called the “Sentence Correction Nirvana’ released by EducationAisle. It might help to fix the vexatious problem of the touch rule of ‘which’.
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B is correct.
A and C -- Awkward
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C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
here comma+and starts a new independent clause ( it means which he revised in his studio in 1894 and french public reveived don't have any relation)
this is wrong as two actions are inter-related.
also is this sentence correct if we have which xx and that xx (comma removed) ! pls advise


Can anyone explain about this? I wonder whether "produced a series of paitings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and that the French public received"(without comma and without "it") would work. Would you consider this as a correctly paralleled structure?

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C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
here comma+and starts a new independent clause ( it means which he revised in his studio in 1894 and french public reveived don't have any relation)
this is wrong as two actions are inter-related.
also is this sentence correct if we have which xx and that xx (comma removed) ! pls advise


Can anyone explain about this? I wonder whether "produced a series of paitings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and that the French public received"(without comma and without "it") would work. Would you consider this as a correctly paralleled structure?


The use of "that" is problematic. The relative pronoun "that" is used for an essential modifier, a modifier that defines the noun it refers to. However here a non-essential modifier is required - something additional is said about the paintings. Therefore using "which" in place of "that" is preferred. Option B is correct in using "which" for both the modifiers.

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As per the correct answer choice, below sentence is correct.


Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.


Is it correct to use the two or more than two modifiers by connecting them with "and"(comma and "and" in case of more than two modifier)? Are the below sentences correct?

1. Ram, the son of Dhashrath , the husband of seeta and the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

2. Ram, who was the son of Dhashrath , who was the husband of seeta and who was the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

3. Ram, the son of Koshalya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

4 Ram, the son of Koshalya, the king of Ayodhya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

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As per the correct answer choice, below sentence is correct.


Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.


Is it correct to use the two or more than two modifiers by connecting them with "and"(comma and "and" in case of more than two modifier)? Are the below sentences correct?

1. Ram, the son of Dhashrath , the husband of seeta and the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

2. Ram, who was the son of Dhashrath , who was the husband of seeta and who was the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

3. Ram, the son of Koshalya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

4 Ram, the son of Koshalya, the king of Ayodhya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.


Yes it is alright to separate modifiers (even relative clause modifiers) referring to the same noun with conjunctions. All your sentences are grammatically alright.

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grimbergen wrote:
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C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
here comma+and starts a new independent clause ( it means which he revised in his studio in 1894 and french public reveived don't have any relation)
this is wrong as two actions are inter-related.
also is this sentence correct if we have which xx and that xx (comma removed) ! pls advise


Can anyone explain about this? I wonder whether "produced a series of paitings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and that the French public received"(without comma and without "it") would work. Would you consider this as a correctly paralleled structure?


The use of "that" is problematic. The relative pronoun "that" is used for an essential modifier, a modifier that defines the noun it refers to. However here a non-essential modifier is required - something additional is said about the paintings. Therefore using "which" in place of "that" is preferred. Option B is correct in using "which" for both the modifiers.



As per one of the explanations provided in OG, the use of which for non-essential and that for essential is disputed. They stated that students should look for other errors.

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As per the correct answer choice, below sentence is correct.


Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.


Is it correct to use the two or more than two modifiers by connecting them with "and"(comma and "and" in case of more than two modifier)? Are the below sentences correct?

1. Ram, the son of Dhashrath , the husband of seeta and the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

2. Ram, who was the son of Dhashrath , who was the husband of seeta and who was the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

3. Ram, the son of Koshalya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

4 Ram, the son of Koshalya, the king of Ayodhya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.


Yes it is alright to separate modifiers (even relative clause modifiers) referring to the same noun with conjunctions. All your sentences are grammatically alright.




First two sentences in which husband can refer to both Ram and Dashrath are not ambiguous?

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can sb shows me the way to read questions of "correction sentence" properly?
I just aim at main subject and main verb ->then the rest are all modifiers, -> then take the main subject as the focused idea of the sentence, and then read the underlying parts -> correct it if there are any errors.

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As per the correct answer choice, below sentence is correct.


Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.


Is it correct to use the two or more than two modifiers by connecting them with "and"(comma and "and" in case of more than two modifier)? Are the below sentences correct?

1. Ram, the son of Dhashrath , the husband of seeta and the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

2. Ram, who was the son of Dhashrath , who was the husband of seeta and who was the king of Ayodhya was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

3. Ram, the son of Koshalya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.

4 Ram, the son of Koshalya, the king of Ayodhya and the husband of seeta was exiled from Ayodhya for 14 years.


Yes it is alright to separate modifiers (even relative clause modifiers) referring to the same noun with conjunctions. All your sentences are grammatically alright.




First two sentences in which husband can refer to both Ram and Dashrath are not ambiguous?


2nd sentence is wrong in my opinion. 2nd 'who" is referring to dhashrath i think .

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Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.

A) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it
B) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894 and which the French public received
C) produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
D) painted the Rouen Cathedral, which he revised in his studio in 1894, and that the French public received it
E) painted the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and the French public received it


The answer is B
Which clearly refers to the paintings .
use and is correct and we need which just after and to maintain parallelism .
A is fragment there is no verb after and to make the last clause parallel
B correct
C that is ambiguous
D Meaning error
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