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Kristin Gamaches paintings have been of great interest to

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Kristin Gamache’s paintings have been of great interest to scholars of art history because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between the bourgeoisie and lower class of nineteenth-century Oslo.


A. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between
B. because they are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions between
C. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions among
D. as they are both depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects as well as portray the tensions between
E. as they both are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions among

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Kristin Gamache’s paintings have been of great interest to scholars of art history because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between the bourgeoisie and lower class of nineteenth-century Oslo.

A. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between
B. because they are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions between - Correct
C. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions among
D. as they are both depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects as well as portray the tensions between
E. as they both are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions among

IMO B
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Kristin Gamache’s paintings have been of great interest to scholars of art history because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between the bourgeoisie and lower class of nineteenth-century Oslo.

A. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between
B. because they are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions between - Correct
C. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions among
D. as they are both depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects as well as portray the tensions between
E. as they both are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions among

IMO B




But I think parallelism is broken in B..."they depict ...and portray..." would have been correct..Please post your thaughts...
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New post 25 Jul 2009, 02:57
trainspotting wrote:
sudeep wrote:
Kristin Gamache’s paintings have been of great interest to scholars of art history because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between the bourgeoisie and lower class of nineteenth-century Oslo.

A. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions between
B. because they are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions between - Correct
C. because they depict the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portray the tensions among
D. as they are both depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects as well as portray the tensions between
E. as they both are depictions of the day-to-day activities of her subjects and portrayals of the tensions among

IMO B




But I think parallelism is broken in B..."they depict ...and portray..." would have been correct..Please post your thaughts...


I would also prefer the option of 'depict and portray', if it were given as an option.

I think, B only stands where there is parallelism (not exact, but still of tenses)

X is A and does B ==> X is A and (X) does B.
Similar analogy for this question.

OA please!!!

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