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# Many technologies changed the manner in which we use cell phones; howe

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06 Aug 2017, 09:30
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Many technologies changed the manner in which we use cell phones; however, the impact of none that had been more profound than that of touch screen technology that brought usable internet to portable devices.

A.the impact of none that had been
B.the impact of none is
C.the impact of none was
D.it is the impact of none that has been
E.it may be that the impact of none that was

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06 Aug 2017, 09:58
C

A. That: no ancetedent
B. Is: all other tenses are past, uf use "is", means impact of touch screen... is still now, not the intended meaning
C. Correct
D. It & that: no anceredent
E. Same as D. Besides, "maybe" distorts the meaning

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haardiksharma wrote:
Can someone explain B vs C

Hi haardiksharma ,

When we are talking about everything in the past, it is preferable to use past tense.

We are given the technologies "changed" the way. Therefore, we must use the impact of none "was" rather than the impact of none "is".

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