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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a professor of Modern Languages at Harv

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a professor of Modern Languages at Harvard, at the same time also one of America’s greatest poets.

(A) Harvard, at the same time also one of America’s greatest poets.
(B) Harvard, and at the same time was also one of America’s greatest poets.
(C) Harvard, at the same time as he was one of America’s greatest poets.
(D) Harvard, at the same time that he had been one of America’s greatest poets.
(E) Harvard, being one of America’s greatest poets at the same time.

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a professor of Modern Languages at Harvard, at the same time also one of America’s greatest poets.

(A) Harvard, at the same time also one of America’s greatest poets.
(B) Harvard, and at the same time was also one of America’s greatest poets.
(C) Harvard, at the same time as he was one of America’s greatest poets.
(D) Harvard, at the same time that he had been one of America’s greatest poets.
(E) Harvard, being one of America’s greatest poets at the same time.

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The two parts of the sentence separated by comma need a coordinating conjunction "and" and a simple past tense verb "was" because the first part of the sentence is in simple past tense.
only Option B meets rectifies the error.

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