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In the early fourteenth centuruy, almost 200 years before

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In the early fourteenth centuruy, almost 200 years before Columbus reached the West Indies, and 250 years before the Reformation, Europe had been Catholic and the Church continued to influenced virtually every phase of human life.
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B the Catholic Church continued to influence every phase of human life

C the Europe that had been Catholic was still influrenced in virtually every phase of human life by the Church

D Europe was Catholic and the Church influrenced virtually every phase of human life

E every phase of human life bore traces of the European influrence of the Catholic Churce

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New post 10 Jun 2004, 10:46
(B) is incomplete.
Ignoring (B) I would say (D) is the best.

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New post 10 Jun 2004, 12:31
Agree with D
A) wrong tense
B) missing information about Europe here
C) convoluted past perfect tense
E) "of the European influrence of the Catholic Church" is convoluted. Furthermore, double use of "of" is almost always wrong.
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In the early fourteenth centuruy, almost 200 years before Columbus reached the West Indies, and 250 years before the Reformation, Europe had been Catholic and the Church continued to influenced virtually every phase of human life.

I will go with D, the part in colour is just fragments. So "In the early fourteenth centuruy europe was Catholic and the Church influrenced virtually every phase of human life.
This is consice, correct tense and better then all other answers

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Another vote for D to end the day :lol:

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New post 11 Jun 2004, 09:24
yep
OA is D

thank for all answers

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D it muzt be thn !

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