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# Depending on ones point of view, the proliferation of the

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Depending on one’s point of view, the proliferation of the television is either a great advance in communication or an unmistakable sign that the decline in high culture begun before the War is still continuing.

a) decline in high culture begun before the War is still continuing

b) decline of high culture begun before the War is still continuing

c) decline of high culture that began before the War is continuing

d) decline in culture in high places that began before the War is continuing

e) declining culture in high places that began before the War still continues

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29 Nov 2007, 10:43
C because "decline of" seems idiomatically correct and "that began" corrects the tense error with "begun"

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29 Nov 2007, 11:13
Hi,
think that still and present continuous do not fit together
So A and B are out
In C the problem is that ' that' may refer to decline or culture so there is ambiguity. So C is out.
In E "declining culture" followed by past simple is wrong
I believe it is D

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29 Nov 2007, 11:48
I believe that is not a pronoun, so it is not ambiguous to what it is refering to. Rather, it is an essential modifier.

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29 Nov 2007, 12:06
OA is C.

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