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Public safety activists, being concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the average person’s attention span being shrunk gradually, feel that the introduction of the “netcar,” a vehicle equipped with access to the Internet, is a terrible mistake.

A. being concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the average person’s attention span being shrunk gradually

B. concerning themselves about rising car accidents and shrinking attention spans among average people

C. because they are concerned about the rising of the number of car accidents, also the shrinking of the attention span of the average person

D. concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span

E. given that they had been concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span as well

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Public safety activists, being concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the average person’s attention span being shrunk gradually, feel that the introduction of the “netcar,” a vehicle equipped with access to the Internet, is a terrible mistake.

A. being concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the average person’s attention span being shrunk gradually

B. concerning themselves about rising car accidents and shrinking attention spans among average people

C. because they are concerned about the rising of the number of car accidents, also the shrinking of the attention span of the average person

D. concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span

E. given that they had been concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span as well

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IMO D

One thing is that rising here is incorrectly used, for this particular sentence, authorities will be worried about a rise in number of something, rising will be like its still rising
With this in mind, one can eliminate B and C

Now out of A D and E

A. being concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the average person’s attention span being shrunk gradually
They are not in a process of(being, generally means this) getting concerned, this not even parallel.

D. concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span
They are concerned about two things
1) rise in the number of car accidents
2) the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span

E. given that they had been concerned about the rise in the number of car accidents and the gradual shrinkage of the average person’s attention span as well
as well in the end breaks the parallelism.
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past participle is the only one in option that can modify noun activist

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New post 27 Jan 2019, 03:48
concerned is that only past participle in option D that can work as a modifier to noun activist

So Ans is Option D
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