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# In such works as his 1889 masterpiece, A Dash for the

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In such works as his 1889 masterpiece, A Dash for the Timber, Frederic Remington caught the publicâ€™s fancy by portraying those moments of conflict that defined the Westâ€™s romantic heroes.
(A) In such works as his 1889 masterpiece, A Dash for the Timber, Frederic Remington caught the publicâ€™s fancy
(B) In such works as Frederic Remingtonâ€™s 1889 masterpiece, A Dash for the Timber, the publicâ€™s fancy was caught
(C) Frederic Remington, catching the publicâ€™s fancy in such works as the 1889 masterpiece A Dash for the Timber, did it
(D) The fancy of Frederic Remingtonâ€™s public was caught in his 1889 masterpiece, A Dash for the Timber,
(E) The publicâ€™s fancy was caught by Frederic Remington in such works as his 1889 masterpiece, A Dash for the Timber,

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27 Apr 2007, 19:53
A is clear

Some choices have modifier issue and the others are passive
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28 Apr 2007, 02:42
AimHigher wrote:
A is clear

Some choices have modifier issue and the others are passive

Short and correct...A it is.

Hi apache,choices B,D and E use passive constructions: 'to be'+ past participle problems.

In C,'it' refers to the whole of the previous phrase...thats wrong.

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02 May 2007, 04:04

B - Passive form
C - It is not clear that "A Dash for the Timber" is Frederic Remington's master piece.
D - Meaning is change. It is not Frederic Remingtonâ€™s public in particular.
E - Passive form

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04 May 2007, 07:08
sorry for the delayed response.....OA is A....and thank...its clear now

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