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It was believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would not only

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It was believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would not only enable students to read the classics, also enabling them to think clearly and precisely.

(A) It was believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would not only enable students to read the classics, also enabling them to think clearly and precisely.

(B) It had been believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would not only enable students to read the classics but rather enable them to think clearly and precisely.

(C) It was believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would not only enable students to read the classics but also enabling them to think clearly and precisely.

(D) It used to be believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would enable a student to be able to read the classics but also enable them to think clearly and precisely.

(E) It was believed that a thorough knowledge of Latin would enable students not only to read the classics, but also to think clearly and precisely.

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