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In the mid-fifth century, Rome was threatened by Hunnish

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In the mid-fifth century, Rome was threatened by Hunnish troops who, led by Attila the Hun, demonstrated his military superiority over the weakened, recently conquered city.

A. who, led by Attila the Hun, demonstrated his military superiority
B. which, led by Attila the Hun, demonstrated their military superiority
C. that Attila the Hun led, who demonstrated his military superiority
D. that Attila the Hun led in demonstration of their miltary superiority
E. that were led by Attila the Hun, who demonstrated his miltary superiority
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New post 01 Jan 2005, 12:45
I picked (E)



A. who, led by Attila the Hun, demonstrated his military superiority
This wrongly says "Hunnish troops demonstrated his military superiority..."

B. which, led by Attila the Hun, demonstrated their military superiority
Same as above with "which". I believe "military superiority" should refer to a "person" instead

C. that Attila the Hun led, who demonstrated his military superiority
Grammatically incorrect

D. that Attila the Hun led in demonstration of their miltary superiority
Awkward

E. that were led by Attila the Hun, who demonstrated his miltary superiority
Correctly says "Hunnish troops were led by Attila the Hun" and "Attila the Hun demonstrated his miltary superiority..."



Let me know if I am wrong.
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New post 01 Jan 2005, 13:11
I m kind of not sure of my answer but I would have picked E. Same reason as given by qhoc01

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OA is B
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New post 01 Jan 2005, 22:40
definitely close call between B/E. I will go with B. the troops demonstrate their miliary superiority over a weaken city. this make more sense as a comparsion (troops over a wekened city). I have my question on the placement of which.

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New post 04 Jan 2018, 22:19
there is confusion in this question.
Only B and E are left.
The logic in E is quite ridiculous. ",who demonstrated..." is redundant, so E changes the whole meaning of the sentence.
Also, B is clearer than E.
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