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Peter O'Toole was nominated for his first Oscar in 1962, and his eight

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Peter O'Toole was nominated for his first Oscar in 1962, and his eighth in 2006, but he never actually won the award.

A his eighth in 2006, but he never actually won the
B for his eighth Oscar in 2006, but actually he never won the
C for his eighth in 2006, but he never won the actual
D nominated for his eighth in 2006, but actually he never won the
E he was nominated for his eighth Oscar in 2006, but he never won the actual
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A for his eighth in 2006, but he never actually won the Most precise choice!
B for his eighth Oscar in 2006, but actually he never won the Incorrect parallelism
C for his eighth in 2006, but he never won the actual Changes meaning by saying actual award
D nominated for his eighth in 2006, but actually he never won the Incorrect parallelism
E he was nominated for his eighth Oscar in 2006, but he never won the actual Changes meaning by saying actual award
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Re: Peter O'Toole was nominated for his first Oscar in 1962, and his eight [#permalink]

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is A more precise over B because "for" used in the original sentence is also applicable for the "his eighth in 2006" ??
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My point is comma before "and". I think it requires clause after it, so only E fits
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I think B is more clear
How can say "for" is redundant.
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Could someone plz explain why B is wrong? Looks parallel to me. For X..for Y
Re: Peter O'Toole was nominated for his first Oscar in 1962, and his eight   [#permalink] 24 Jan 2018, 04:21
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