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I listed only two viable choices. please defend your explanation:

Some buildings that were destroyed and heavily damaged in the earthquake last year were constructed.

b.Some buildings that were destroyed and heavily damaged in the earthquake last year had been constructed

e.Last year some of the buildings that were destroyed and heavily damaged in the earthquake had been constructed.

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Is it correct to say
destroyed and heavily damaged

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Geethu wrote:
Is it correct to say
destroyed and heavily damaged


that was not the issue in case. it's a verb tense issue from OG.

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I believe it should be destroyed or heavily damaged

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