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Just who inspired English painter John Constable’s marvelously enigmat

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Just who inspired English painter John Constable’s marvelously enigmatic cloud studies, much prized by collectors, have never been entirely clear.


(A) studies, much prized by collectors, have

(B) studies, much prized by collectors, has

(C) studies, many of them prized by collectors, have

(D) studies, many of which are prized by collectors,

(E) studies, and many of them prized by collectors,has

Originally posted by parijit on 22 Dec 2018, 00:47.
Last edited by Bunuel on 22 Dec 2018, 06:29, edited 1 time in total.
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I am unable to understand the usage of "Just+Who". Would who alone be sufficient? Why do we need just?

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Why isn't the answer C? What am I missing?
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Why isn't the answer C? What am I missing?

I think you are missing the meaning of the sentence. The sentence actually means that who inspired the studies is missing. Who needs to have a singular verb form 'has' instead of 'have'

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To test has/have, try rephrasing as follows...

It has never been entirely clear just who inspired... (correct)
It have never been entirely clear just who inspired... (incorrect)
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parijit wrote:
Just who inspired English painter John Constable’s marvelously enigmatic cloud studies, much prized by collectors, have never been entirely clear.


(A) studies, much prized by collectors, have

(B) studies, much prized by collectors, has

(C) studies, many of them prized by collectors, have

(D) studies, many of which are prized by collectors,

(E) studies, and many of them prized by collectors,has



Could someone please explain the intended meaning of the sentence ?
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