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# He earned these titles following 15 consecutive solo hit films in the

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13 Jan 2018, 14:09
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He earned these titles following 15 consecutive solo hit films in the 1970s, that remained unbroken.

A that remained
B that remains
C a record that remained
D that has remained
E a record that remains

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13 Jan 2018, 14:57
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,that remained unbroken - Dangling modifier needs a noun and record need to be used with present simple tense.
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14 Jan 2018, 11:23
A-incorrect reference films
B-same as A
C-remained
D-incorrect tense
E-correct.

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15 Jan 2018, 14:07
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reach_richa wrote:

He earned these titles following 15 consecutive solo hit films in the 1970s, that remained unbroken.

A that remained
B that remains
C a record that remained
D that has remained
E a record that remains

In the original sentence, that remained broken logically has to refer to a noun/clause.
Now if we read given sentence as it is, we can't make sense of the sentence. 'That remained unbroken' - What remained broken - He earned ... non-sensical meaning.
Now, look at options -
A - that remained - Non-sensical meaning
B - Same as A
C - a record that remained - We got our noun here, Record. Now it makes sense. But We have a tense issue, we don't have time-related information available to us. We must assume that given information is still valid.
D - same as A and B
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