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During the French Revolution, especially the Reign of Terror, citizens

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During the French Revolution, especially the Reign of Terror, citizens whom the government suspected of treasonous tendencies were eventually put to death by Monsieur Sanson, the infamous executioner who supervised the killing of hundreds at the guillotine.


A. citizens whom the government suspected of treasonous tendencies were eventually put to death

B. citizens of which the government had suspicions were eventually put to death

C. suspicious citizens were eventually killed

D. citizens who the government suspected of treason were eventually put to death

E. the citizenry under suspicion were eventually put to death




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During the French Revolution, especially the Reign of Terror, citizens whom the government suspected of treasonous tendencies were eventually put to death by Monsieur Sanson, the infamous executioner who supervised the killing of hundreds at the guillotine.


A. citizens whom the government suspected of treasonous tendencies were eventually put to death

B. citizens of which the government had suspicions were eventually put to death

C. suspicious citizens were eventually killed

D. citizens who the government suspected of treason were eventually put to death

E. the citizenry under suspicion were eventually put to death




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A. citizens whom the government suspected of treasonous tendencies were eventually put to death
-Do not see any issues with A-Keep it for now

B. citizens of which the government had suspicions were eventually put to death
--which cannot be used to refer to citizens


C. suspicious citizens were eventually killed
--Too general , the condition for the death is not mentioned.

D. citizens who the government suspected of treason were eventually put to death
--who is incorrect

E. the citizenry under suspicion were eventually put to death
--citizenry is singular(collective noun)
--also changes the meaning

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