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NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright

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NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself on the path to offering membership.

A. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself

B. NATO's relationship towards Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself

C. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself

D. For years, NATO had a relationship with Russia that was one of outright hostility, but soon they may find themselves

E. For years, NATO's relationship with Russia was one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon have found itself

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Re: NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright  [#permalink]

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NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself[/u] on the path to offering membership.

A. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself

B. NATO's relationship towards Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself

C. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself

D. For years, NATO had a relationship with Russia that was one of outright hostility, but soon they may find themselves

E. For years, NATO's relationship with Russia was one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon have found itself[/quote]

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NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself on the path to offering membership.

A. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself

B. NATO's relationship towards Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself

C. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself

D. For years, NATO had a relationship with Russia that was one of outright hostility, but soon they may find themselves

E. For years, NATO's relationship with Russia was one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon have found itself



A. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but it may soon find itself.PRONOUN AMBIGUITY

B. NATO's relationship towards Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself.IDIOM ERROR.

C. NATO's relationship with Russia was for years one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon find itself
CORRECT
D. For years, NATO had a relationship with Russia that was one of outright hostility, but soon they may find themselves.MEANING CHANGE

E. For years, NATO's relationship with Russia was one of outright hostility, but the organization may soon have found itself.TENSE ERROR

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