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Evidence from surveys and interviews [u]show friendships made in high

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Evidence from surveys and interviews show friendships made in high school tend to last longer than those made in college.

(A) show friendships made in high school tend to last
(B) show high school friendships that tend to last
(C) is showing high school friendships tending to last
(D) shows that friendships made in high school tend to last
(E) shows friendships in high school tends to last

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Evidence is singular. Requires singular verb, shows. Eliminate A and B.
No need for present continuous tense is showing. Eliminate C
Friendships require plural verb tend. Eliminate E.

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