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A) clients’ records; accountants can, for example, help Correct

B) clients’ records, as an example, they can help Two independent clauses are connected without semicolon or FANBOYS. Out

C) clients’ records, like they can help Wrong usage of like: to show examples

D) clients' records; which might include that they after semicolon no independent clause follows, out.

E) clients’ records, such as to be helping illogical
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Growing economic woes and competition could be pushing accountants to finagle their clients’ records; accountants can, for example, help their frustrated clients write off certain luxurious purchases and justify them as business expenses.

A) clients’ records; accountants can, for example, help Correct

B) clients’ records, as an example, they can help Incorrect

run-on sentence - two independent clause without ';'
pronoun error - they refers whose?

C) clients’ records, like they can help Incorrect

such as needed

D) clients' records; which might include that they Incorrect

run on sentence - before which ',' required

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to be helping wrong, infinitive form required
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I marked option A. However, I wanted to know whether they in option B,C, and D be considered pronoun ambiguity

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I marked option A. However, I wanted to know whether they in option B,C, and D be considered pronoun ambiguity

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SantoshSukumaran , you ask a very good question.
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