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In the Soviet Union the attorney’s role is often played by the judge,

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In the Soviet Union the attorney’s role is often played by the judge, who not only reserves time to hear citizens’ legal complaints and also prepares their cases should the claims be valid.


(A) and also prepares their cases should the claims be
(B) but also does the preparation of their cases if the claims should be
(C) and their cases are prepared if the claims are
(D) but also prepares their cases if the claims are
(E) and prepares their cases if the claims are

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Of the given choices D best choice.

Ans D

However, antecedent for pronoun " their" is ambiguous.

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'not only...but also' idiom will be used
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IMO- D
Precise and clear, intended meaning


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WIth (D) as well

Not Only X , but also Y is correct Idiomatic usage....
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In the Soviet Union the attorney’s role is often played by the judge, who not only reserves time to hear citizens’ legal complaints and also prepares their cases should the claims be valid.


(A) and also prepares their cases should the claims be
(B) but also does the preparation of their cases if the claims should be
(C) and their cases are prepared if the claims are
(D) but also prepares their cases if the claims are
(E) and prepares their cases if the claims are
Not only but also..
Eliminate A, C, E

If clause is never followed by should/ would /could . Eliminate D

Answer is B

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