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Dr. Sayre’s lecture recounted several little-known episodes in the relations between nations that illustrates what is wrong with alliances and treaties that do not have popular support.
(A) relations between nations that illustrates
(B) relation of one nation with another that illustrates
(C) relations between nations that illustrate
(D) relation of one nation with another and illustrate
(E) relations of nations that illustrates

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Picking B.
Since we are talking about many nations, we need " one another" construction.
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It is between B and C...

I would pick B... but C is close too...

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Of course it is C....

"several little known episodes" illustrate not illustrates

So omit A, B and E.....

D is awkward just by reading it.... :) so omit this choice too....

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Definite C for S-V agreement.

several little-known episodes --- that illustrate

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between is wrong if there are many nations...

B should be it

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Definite C for S-V agreement.

several little-known episodes --- that illustrate


(C) relations between nations that illustrate

C is wrong
:arrow: " Between " is used for two things. We use "among" for more than two things.
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However, between is the word you need to express the relation of a thing to many surrounding things severally and individually; among expresses a relation to them collectively and vaguely. So, one should use between to express one-to-one relations of many things and among to express collective and undefined relations...

This is the best explanation i could find on the net....

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kripalkavi wrote:
Definite C for S-V agreement.

several little-known episodes --- that illustrate


(C) relations between nations that illustrate

C is wrong
:arrow: " Between " is used for two things. We use "among" for more than two things.


Yup, also "lecture...illustrate" is the wrong S-V agreement in C.

Bagging (B) here

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can't think anything but B , between x and y is the correct idiom, eliminates A and C ... D has Subject-verb agreement error ..and E hardly makes any sense ... So B ..
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OA is B

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