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Chrysler did not invent the minivan, but after seeing that baby boomer

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Chrysler did not invent the minivan, but after seeing that baby boomers hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified one of its commercial vehicles to produce the first minivan model.


A. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified

B. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, it quickly modified

C. had been hauling their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified

D. were hauling their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, it had quickly modified

E. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, quickly modifying

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Chrysler did not invent the minivan, but after seeing that baby boomers hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified one of its commercial vehicles to produce the first minivan model.


A. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified

"they" refers to baby boomers but doesn't make sense in the sentence INCORRECT

B. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, it quickly modified

pronoun is changed to "it" referring back to Chrysler which makes sense

C. had been hauling their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified

Same error as in option A INCORRECT

D. were hauling their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, it had quickly modified

Incorrect use of past continuous tense and the sequence of event doesn't make sense INCORRECT

E. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, quickly modifying

"quickly modifying" modifies how baby boomers hauled their extended families INCORRECT

Hence option B
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+1 for B.

A. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified

B. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, it quickly modified --> Correct, rectifies Verb-Tense and pronoun error

C. had been hauling their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, they quickly modified

D. were hauling their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, it had quickly modified

E. hauled their extended families and equipment in light trucks and matadors, quickly modifying

Hence, B.
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