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I feel are options are erroneous.
B would be better if it has "enjoying" at the end.

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B for me
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Ms. Buron's pose a modifier problem

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Hi

Stuck between A and E. I would chose A over E, as A is active voice. E comes pretty close to it. (strategy of elimination - importance of and important to)

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New post 26 Jun 2004, 01:43
Basal readers are elementary readers, kids most likely. Ms Burton is one of those old fogies who believe a taste for good literature can be taught by forcing students to read rambling, 1000-page long books. Ms Burtons, like other educators, dulls her basal readers with the likes of James Joyce (who I personally adore :lol: ). A it is.

The sentence is not about substituting one thing for another. Because it’s about readers, if you say “for dull basal readersâ€

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[quote="crackgmat750"]Like other educators who prefer to substitute anthologies of short stories or collections of popular essays to dull “basal readers,â€

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Guys, sorry for getting late. Answer given is B. Yes, I feel there is a typo.

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