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Max Roach, already an accomplished drummer by the age of 10, played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever and with some of the art’s greatest performers, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz.

A. played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever and with some of the art’s greatest performers, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz

B. considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, played on many of the most influential jazz albums and with some of the art’s greatest performers

C. played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, and with some of the art’s greatest performers

D. played on one of the most influential jazz albums, considered as a turning point in recorded jazz by critics and with some of the art’s greatest performers

E. played, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, on one of the most influential jazz albums ever, and with some of the art’s greatest performers

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Max Roach, already an accomplished drummer by the age of 10, played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever and with some of the art’s greatest performers, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz.
A. played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever and with some of the art’s greatest performers, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz
B. considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, played on many of the most influential jazz albums and with some of the art’s greatest performers
C. played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, and with some of the art’s greatest performers
D. played on one of the most influential jazz albums, considered as a turning point in recorded jazz by critics and with some of the art’s greatest performers
E. played, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, on one of the most influential jazz albums ever, and with some of the art’s greatest performers

Source: McGraw Hill GMAT



really doubt about this question ....Consider A B is the correct idiom ...Experts please clarify ...
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iMyself wrote:
Max Roach, already an accomplished drummer by the age of 10, played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever and with some of the art’s greatest performers, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz.
A. played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever and with some of the art’s greatest performers, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz
B. considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, played on many of the most influential jazz albums and with some of the art’s greatest performers
C. played on one of the most influential jazz albums ever, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, and with some of the art’s greatest performers
D. played on one of the most influential jazz albums, considered as a turning point in recorded jazz by critics and with some of the art’s greatest performers
E. played, considered by critics to be a turning point in recorded jazz, on one of the most influential jazz albums ever, and with some of the art’s greatest performers

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really doubt about this question ....Consider A B is the correct idiom ...Experts please clarify ...


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Yes you are right but apart from this error I think it is a good question.
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Can an expert explain as to why B is incorrect?
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