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Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always embraced the philosophy of nonviolence.


(A) Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(B) Like that of their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(C) Like its sister schools in England the American School of Ethical Culture always have

(D) Like that of its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture always has

(E) Like its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

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Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always embraced the philosophy of nonviolence.


(A) Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(B) Like that of their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(C) Like its sister schools in England the American School of Ethical Culture always have

(D) Like that of its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture always has

(E) Like its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always


+1 for E

(A) Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(B) Like that of their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(C) Like its sister schools in England the American School of Ethical Culture always have

(D) Like that of its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture always has

(E) Like its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always --> Corrects the pronoun error and uses the idiom Like X,Y
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+1 for E.

(A) Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always --> Pronoun error

(B) Like that of their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always --> Compares dissimilar entities

(C) Like its sister schools in England the American School of Ethical Culture always have --> S-V error

(D) Like that of its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture always has --> Compares dissimilar entities

(E) Like its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always --> Correct, Compares similar entities, and rectifies S-V and pronoun error

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Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always embraced the philosophy of nonviolence.


(A) Like their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(B) Like that of their sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always

(C) Like its sister schools in England the American School of Ethical Culture always have

(D) Like that of its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture always has

(E) Like its sister schools in England, the American School of Ethical Culture has always


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This question is straightforward. You simply have to correct mistakes in grammar in the area of subject/verb agreement. The American school is one school, singular, so you would use its, not their. That eliminates choices A and B. Also, because the American school is singular, you need to use has and not have. That eliminates choice C. Choice D uses a pronoun, ‘that’, that has no clear reference. That what? The adverb of frequency, ‘always’ should come before the main verb. Choice E is the correct answer.
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