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It should be 'B'.

"Substitute X for Y"

This leaves only 'B' & 'D' but 'D' misses comparison.

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Another one for B.
Substitute x for y is the correct idiom.
In D, educators should be compared with Ms. Burton, not her emphasis.

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lets commit it and vow never to make this mistake :lol: :

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substitute x for Y is the correct usage.

so onl B and D remains.

D is awkward. so B is the OA.
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