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I second C. The British abandoned their obligations by carving Transjordan and then ceding it.

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New post 04 Jun 2004, 10:45
Actually this is not an easy SC

Here is the desired structure

The british abandoned(verb) the obligations of the Balfour declaration(direct object)

then comes how ( use "by" ) or why (use "to")?
(adverbial phrase follows - no verbs should be present here )
by carving Transjordan out of the mandate territory, and ceding it + ....

(A) passive voice + presence of verb
(B) to have it ceded - would be correct
(D) wrong tense and also presence of verb
(E) presence of verb

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