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Influenced by Freud, surrealism was dedicated to the same

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Influenced by Freud, surrealism was dedicated to the same representation of expressions of imagination as were revealing in dreams.

(A) as were revealing

(B) as revealing

(C) as revealed

(D) as had been revealed

(E) as had revealed

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New post 31 Aug 2004, 10:59
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Influenced by Freud, surrealism was dedicated to the same representation of expressions of imagination as were revealing in dreams.

(A) as were revealing

(B) as revealing

(C) as revealed

(D) as had been revealed

(E) as had revealed


"was dedicated" uses passive tense and demands for passive voice. Choice D seems okay to me - Past Perfect of passive voice.
:btw whats the OA ?

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I think D.

Something happened in the past before something in the past happened.

Correct me if I am wrong.

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Tough choice between B abd C. I will select B.

Influenced by Freud, surrealism was dedicated to the same representation of expressions of imagination as (the one) revealing in dreams.

Here the comparison is between noun "representation of expressions of imagination" and the other representation that reveals in dreams.

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Influenced by Freud, surrealism was dedicated to the same representation of expressions of imagination as (those revealed in) were revealing in dreams.

One past action (surrealism) is now dedicated to the same representation of expression of imagination of an action (dreams) before this past event,

(D) is the only choice that has this past perfect construct.

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Thank you.

the OA is C

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