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Contrary to a popular misconception, archaeologists are different from palaeontologists, as the only buried animals it would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals, or animals that were part of an ancient culture’s food source.

it would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
they would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
that would be pertinent to those study are domesticated animals
they had found pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
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devikeerthansr wrote:
Contrary to a popular misconception, archaeologists are different from palaeontologists, as the only buried animals it would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals, or animals that were part of an ancient culture’s food source.

it would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
they would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
that would be pertinent to those study are domesticated animals
they had found pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
it would find pertinent to those studies are domesticated animals


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chose option B,....but then the usage of THEY is ambigous in B...

can anyone clarify please...
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devikeerthansr wrote:
Contrary to a popular misconception, archaeologists are different from palaeontologists, as the only buried animals it would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals, or animals that were part of an ancient culture’s food source.

it would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
they would find pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
that would be pertinent to those study are domesticated animals
they had found pertinent to their study are domesticated animals
it would find pertinent to those studies are domesticated animals


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chose option B,....but then the usage of THEY is ambigous in B...

The sentence talks about palaeonlologist. Even if you have doubt about the pronoun 'they', it could refer to either the archaeologist or the palaeonlologist. Hence option B. Hope this helps.
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