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# Led by New York's Guggenheim, some museums are using web

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22 Dec 2003, 14:50
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Led by New York's Guggenheim, some museums are using web sites not as a complement to its museum galleries, but also as a stand-alone art resource, exhibiting exclusive pieces you cannot view at the museum.

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(A) as a complement to its museum galleries, but also as a stand-alone art resource, exhibiting exclusive pieces you cannot view

(B) as a complement to their museum galleries, but also as a stand-alone art resource, to exhibit exclusive pieces you cannot view

(C) as a complement to its museum galleries, but as a stand-alone art resource, which exhibits exclusive pieces that cannot be viewed

(D) only as a complement to their museum galleries, but also as a stand-alone art resource, exhibiting exclusive pieces that cannot be viewed

(E) only as a complement to its museum galleries, but also as a stand-alone art resource, exhibiting exclusive pieces that are not on exhibit

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22 Dec 2003, 15:01
D

not only as....but also as...

some museums - their

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22 Dec 2003, 15:05
You are right. I didn't consider that Pronoun error. Thank you.

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22 Dec 2003, 20:20
mantha wrote:
I will go for C. Look at the meaning..

yes, it changes the meaning, but that only is right. ..websites not only complete the museums, they also act as a separate stand-alone resource. You can see what you can't see in the museums

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21 Aug 2006, 07:46
D for 'their'...C has problem with 'its'

A and B are not good because of 'you'

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21 Aug 2006, 13:54
(D) only as a complement to their museum galleries, but also as a stand-alone art resource, exhibiting exclusive pieces that cannot be viewed

Not only... but also idiom...

SV Agreement... "some museums .. their"

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21 Aug 2006, 13:54
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