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For almost twenty years people in Bangladesh, or, as it was previously called East Pakistan, have depended upon United States wheat.

(A)
(B) or its previous name, East Pakistan
(C) or in East Pakistan, its former name
(D) formerly East Pakistan, Bangladesh's earlier name
(E) the earlier East Pakistan, as it had been called

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B?

D would have been better if the last part for removed. In B it correctly refers to Bangladesh. Its not clear in the other choices.

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C is having a problem.

"it" is not having a cleat referrent. is it "bangladesh" or "east pakistan" which ones former name.

B is more clear and concize.

D is having redundant part "Bangladesh's earlier name "

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New post 21 Jul 2004, 23:37
becoolja wrote:
(A)
(B) or its previous name, East Pakistan
(C) or in East Pakistan, its former name
(D) formerly East Pakistan, Bangladesh's earlier name
(E) the earlier East Pakistan, as it had been called


D would have been ideal, except for that redundant second half. Somehow, B also does not sound that good to me. Perhaps B is the one-eyed option in a gang of blinds :?:
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QA : "B"
Anyway, I do not know why :-(
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