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Research of fine arts during the Kalinga rule should not exclude

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Research of fine arts during the Kalinga rule should not exclude the oft ignored advances in design of musical instruments that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi.

A. that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi
B. that had developed at the same time as had the origin of native dance form called Odissi
C. that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi had
D. developing at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi did
E. developing at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi were

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Narrowed to A and C, C would be wrong as origin of odissi would not develop, hence, A

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Research of fine arts during the Kalinga rule should not exclude the oft ignored advances in design of musical instruments that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi.

A. that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi
B. that had developed at the same time as had the origin of native dance form called Odissi
C. that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi had
D. developing at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi did
E. developing at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi were


what is the source of this problem?
Origin of native dance cant develop, a native dance can develop.
I think some expert can comment on this.

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New post 09 Apr 2018, 07:14
D and E are out because of wrong modifier
in B had is used incorrectly,the sentence doesn't talk about two incidents in past so usage of had is wrong
C- usage of HAD at the end of sentence is wrong
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Can someone please provide color on how C is wrong?

I assumed had was there to indicate an action in the past.

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New post 14 Apr 2018, 22:37
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Can someone please provide color on how C is wrong?

I assumed had was there to indicate an action in the past.

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Hi syedazeem3, I would be happy to answer your query, there are couple of problems with option C- "that developed at the same time as the origin of native dance form called Odissi had"
1. Use of had is for sequencing of past events- I had gone and ate lunch (first I went and then I ate, note that both are in the past). As we can see that the intended meaning of sentence is to describe development of dance and musical instruments is contemporary. Use of simple present/past tense is suggested for a
2. "had" used alone is not a complete verb and therefore it is making this sentence a fragment.

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