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In a period of time when women typically have had a narrow range of choices, Mary Baker Eddy became a distinguished writer and the founder, architect, and builder of a growing church.

A In a period of time when women typically have
B During a time in which typically women have
C Typically, during a time when women
D At a time when women typically
E Typically in a time in which women

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New post 23 Jun 2006, 05:05
"d"

typically is an adverb for "choices" and not for women or anything else
option A is very words and option D is clear and concise

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New post 23 Jun 2006, 10:49
Will go wtih D

At a time is much better than in a period of time

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New post 23 Jun 2006, 10:51
D

rephrase the sentence to MBE became x and y at a time when women typically had....

The statement is talking about a point in time when things were different

A. have had does not work

B. which typically does not sound idiomatic

C. Typically, MBE became?

E. Same as C

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New post 23 Jun 2006, 15:12
The question seems to test the placement of "typically", which should say women typically had... so describe "had"

A "Have had" doesn't work here... as there is only 1 action
B typically "women"...
C typically refers to "time"
E "in a time, in which"... wordy

D holds

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OA is D.

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