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Modern historians typically regard Constantine's adoption of Christianity not as a sudden and dramatic "conversion" experience at the Battle of Milvian Bridge, but also as a gradual process which had a beginning with the influence from Helena, his Christian mother.

A but also as a gradual process which had a beginning with the influence from
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A-incorrct influence from
B-awkward that had begining
C-which optional modifier
D-correct
E-incorrect use rather

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Re: Modern historians typically regard Constantine's adoption of Christian  [#permalink]

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Modern historians typically regard Constantine's adoption of Christianity not as a sudden and dramatic "conversion" experience at the Battle of Milvian Bridge, but also as a gradual process which had a beginning with the influence from Helena, his Christian mother.

A but also as a gradual process which had a beginning with the influence from
B but as a gradual process that had a beginning with the influence of
C but a gradual process which began with the influence of
D but as a gradual process that began with the influence of
E rather a gradual process that began with the influence from


Not as X but as Y : Correct Idiomatic Usage, hence correct answer must be (D)

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