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# Greatly influenced by the Protested missionary Samuel

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24 Nov 2017, 08:00
Dear Verbal Experts,

For 'C' to be the answer what is the main verb in the sentence? Also, Influenced by.....sided with shouldn't there be a sequence of these events?

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24 Nov 2017, 08:15
Can I say that in option A who is ambiguous???

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28 Nov 2017, 05:53
Life! wrote:
Dear Verbal Experts,

For 'C' to be the answer what is the main verb in the sentence? Also, Influenced by.....sided with shouldn't there be a sequence of these events?

Thank you!

In C, the main (and the only) verb is "sided".

Yes, the sequence is: the influence occured first; then the siding occured.

(In case you are thinking of a past perfect tense for "influenced", you may note that it is NOT a verb, but a past participle modifier for "Oneida". Hence the question of past perfect / sequence does not arise.)

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28 Nov 2017, 05:55
Kezia9 wrote:
Can I say that in option A who is ambiguous???

In A, "who" is not ambiguous, but wrong. "Who" can be used for a person, the Oneida / league is NOT a person.

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