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Rice and noodles forms the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what one is served as a part of dining etiquette.


A. forms the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what one is served as a part of dining etiquette

B. forms the basis of Japanese cuisine, and as a part of dining etiquette one is expected to eat what one is served

C. form the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what one is served as a part of dining etiquette

D. form the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what they are served as a part of dining etiquette

E. form the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what he is served as a part of dining etiquette

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IMO the answer should be C. "Rice and Noodles" need a plural verb. In this case "forms". Additionally, "one" is singular and should use "one" to refer back to it.
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IMO the answer should be C. "Rice and Noodles" need plural verb "form". Also one should be used to refer to one, not they or he.
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"Rice and noodles" is the subject and "and" in the subject makes the subject "plural".
So, "form" should be used.
This eliminates options A and B.
"one", which is singular should be by singular which is "one" /"he".
"one"...."one" or "he"...."he".
So, options D and E are eliminated.
Correct choice is option C.
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Rice and noodles forms the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what one is served as a part of dining etiquette.


A. forms the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what one is served as a part of dining etiquette

B. forms the basis of Japanese cuisine, and as a part of dining etiquette one is expected to eat what one is served

C. form the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what one is served as a part of dining etiquette

D. form the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what they are served as a part of dining etiquette

E. form the basis of Japanese cuisine, and one is expected to eat what he is served as a part of dining etiquette

Correct Answer must be (C) for the highlighted errors in other options...
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IMO, Rice and noodles, like ham and cheese, should form a singular collective noun, and hence, will take singular verb.

So, between Choices A and B, Choice A has a misplaced modifier 'as a part of dinner etiquette'.

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