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# India is country with at least fifty major regional

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3. India is country with at least fifty major regional languages, of whom fourteen have official recognition.

A. of whom fourteen have official recognition
B. fourteen that have official recognition
C. fourteen of which are officially recognized
D. fourteen that are officially recognized
E. among whom fourteen have official recognition

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Re: SC: India [#permalink]

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15 Jan 2009, 12:53
Agree with C.

Whom is the object pronoun and can be used for referring him/her/them.

Cannot refer to languages.
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16 Jan 2009, 01:05
The answer is clearly C (since "whom" is only used as a reference to a person and we can all agree the "language" does not fulfill this requirement). Also, I believe you mistyped the sentence but still C is definitely the winner here.

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