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# Golding’s most famous novel concerns little boys, once a well-behaved

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15 Sep 2018, 17:21
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Golding’s most famous novel concerns little boys, once a well-behaved and civilized group, whose resort to murder and savagery during their brief time on a tropical island without adult supervision.

A. once a well-behaved and civilized group, whose
B. once well-behaved and civilized, who
C. once a well-behaved and civilized herd, who
D. once civilized and well-behaved, whose
E. behaved and civilized, who

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16 Sep 2018, 00:38
s55day wrote:
Golding’s most famous novel concerns little boys, once a well-behaved and civilized group, whose resort to murder and savagery during their brief time on a tropical island without adult supervision.

A. once a well-behaved and civilized group, whose
B. once well-behaved and civilized, who
C. once a well-behaved and civilized herd, who
D. once civilized and well-behaved, whose
E. behaved and civilized, who

Source: Cliffs

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