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One of the most familiar plots used in todays cinema is the

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One of the most familiar plots used in today’s cinema is the one where the coward turns out to be a brave hero.

a> is the one where the coward turns out to be
b> is the one in which the coward turned out to be
c> is the one in which the coward turns out to be
d> was the one where the coward turned out to be
e> is the one where the person seeming to be cowardly turns out to be

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New post 30 Jun 2008, 13:48
I would opt for C.

One of the most familiar plots used in today’s cinema is the one where the coward turns out to be a brave hero.

a> is the one where the coward turns out to be
use of where is wrong
b> is the one in which the coward turned out to be
in which is correct but the use of past tense with infinitive to be makes it wrong
c> is the one in which the coward turns out to be
correct
d> was the one where the coward turned out to be
was is past tense...wrong
e> is the one where the person seeming to be cowardly turns out to be
wordy

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New post 30 Jun 2008, 15:05
c sounds good to me too. Plot is not a place, so can't use "where"

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New post 30 Jun 2008, 19:57
OA is C indeed. But In the exam I picked A, I thought in which incorrectly modifies one.
In fact I am still not sure which refers to what here--plot?

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