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# During the same period in which the Maya were developing a

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During the same period in which the Maya were developing a hieroglyphic system of writing, the Aztec people also developed a written language, but it was not as highly sophisticated as that of the Maya and was more pictographic in nature.

A. but it was not as highly sophisticated as that of the Maya and was

B. but it was not as highly sophisticated ad the Maya, being

C. but, not as highly sophisticated as the Maya's, was

D. not as highly sophisticated as that of the Maya, however, being

E. not as highly sophisticated as the Maya's however, it was

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30 Oct 2008, 10:05
I will go with A.

B) being... is the problem
C) we need a comma before but and the construction is awkward.
d) being... is the problem
e) unnecessary use of it in the parenthetic expression.
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30 Oct 2008, 10:13
Is it E ?

A. but it was not as highly sophisticated as that of the Maya and was ( Maya is compared with the language )

B. but it was not as highly sophisticated ad the Maya, being ( "but it was" is not required , also "being" is out of place )

C. but, not as highly sophisticated as the Maya's, was ( "was" at the end does'nt go with the rest of the sentence )

D. not as highly sophisticated as that of the Maya, however, being ( "being" is not appropriate here )

E. not as highly sophisticated as the Maya's however, it was ( This is correct )
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30 Oct 2008, 10:44
I'd go with B. A looks good too, but being is the right word to use when giving an explanation (i.e. why it wasn't sophisticated as Maya)
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30 Oct 2008, 11:40
OA is A.

But, I was wondering isn't a language compared to Maya in(A)? (agree with gamecode).
I picked (E) as well
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30 Oct 2008, 14:25
leonidas wrote:
OA is A.

But, I was wondering isn't a language compared to Maya in(A)? (agree with gamecode).
I picked (E) as well

..a written language, but it was not as ......as that of the Maya .....

language is compared to that of ( language of) maya. Thus there is no problem

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