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Hearing Kenneth Branagh deliver the “St. Crispin’s Day” speech in Henry V is to be mesmerized by a great performer, with seemingly boundless emotional energy.

A.Hearing Kenneth Branagh deliver the “St. Crispin’s Day” speech in Henry V is to be mesmerized by a great performer, with seemingly
B. Hearing Kenneth Branagh deliver the “St. Crispin’s Day” speech in Henry V is to be mesmerized by a great performer, one with seeming
C. Hearing Kenneth Branagh deliver the “St. Crispin’s Day” speech in Henry V is being mesmerized by a great performer, one with seeming
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Simple usage.

To do X is to do Y, where X and Y must be ||.

Only option that maintains this usage is E. Hence, correct.

To hear KB deliver is to be mesmerized.
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Simple usage.

To do X is to do Y, where X and Y must be ||.

Only option that maintains this usage is E. Hence, correct.

To hear KB deliver is to be mesmerized.



Can someone please explain why do we have to use Seemingly here instead of seeming ? There is no verb that seemingly can modify !!
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Can someone please explain why do we have to use Seemingly here instead of seeming ? There is no verb that seemingly can modify !!


Hi sumanainampudi ,

Here is a very good explanation given by our legend.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/seeming-vs-s ... tml#p72570

To summarize:

seemingly is used to jump over the adjective and modify emotional energy while seeming cannot do so.

Does that make sense?
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