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Delegates to the Republican Party convention chose their candidate and was able to ratify all aspects of his campaign platform at the convention in Denver.

(A) chose their candidate and was able
(B) chose their candidate and were able
(C) chose its candidate and were able
(D) chose its candidate and was able
(E) had chosen their candidate and was able

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My choice B, their and were are used correctly...
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Delegates to the Republican Party convention chose their candidate and was able to ratify all aspects of his campaign platform at the convention in Denver.


what this "his" refers to?

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Delegates to the Republican Party convention chose their candidate and was able to ratify all aspects of his campaign platform at the convention in Denver.


what this "his" refers to?


I thought it is clearly refers to the candidate, thats the only singular noun besides rebuplican party, which cannot be refered as his.....
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Yes B is correct.

His referes to the candidate they chose.

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B

was hesitating between B and C

then realized C is not good because 'its' is not clear:
is it Republican Party or Republican Party convention ?

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OA is B.

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