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pitts20042006 wrote:
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I like C.

D - which has no clear referent ...Monasteries OR mountainous regions
E - them has no clear referent ...Monasteries OR mountainous regions

Akamai , what do you think?

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C.
"many of them.." clearly refers to the monasteries

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New post 07 Dec 2003, 17:56
I'm unsure. :roll:
C)'s "dotting" I found was suspect. I was torn between D and E.
Doesn't "Which" in (D) refer to "monasteries?

OFFICIAL ANSWER IS?
Reasoning would be helpful.
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Official ans given seems to be wrong and that is why I posted it here.
For the record official ans is E :shock:

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pitts20042006 wrote:
Official ans given seems to be wrong and that is why I posted it here.
For the record official ans is E :shock:


does 'them' in E refers correctly? We know what the author is trying to say, but sentence doesn't say the same.

them - mountains/monasteries.. :?: :?:

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