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During the summer of 1981, when it looked like parts of New York and New Jersey were going to run short of water, many businesses and homes were affected by the stringent restrictions on the use of water.

(A) it looked like parts of New York and New Jersey were going to run
(B) it looked as if parts of New York and New Jersey would have run
(C) it appeared that parts of New York and New Jersey would run
(D) appearances were that parts of New York and New Jersey would run
(E) it was the appearance that parts of New York and New Jersey would be running

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During the summer of 1981, when it looked like parts of New York and New Jersey were going to run short of water, many businesses and homes were affected by the stringent restrictions on the use of water.

(A) it looked like parts of New York and New Jersey were going to run: what does going to run? Illogical.
(B) it looked as if parts of New York and New Jersey would have run It means they will not, but they would have in the past. But as per meaning we should talk about future.
(C) it appeared that parts of New York and New Jersey would run : Correct as per the meaning presented against option B.
(D) appearances were that parts of New York and New Jersey would run : Awkward
(E) it was the appearance that parts of New York and New Jersey would be running: It was the appearance is awkward.
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