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# SC-Psychologists-misplaced guilt

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07 Aug 2004, 07:31
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07 Aug 2004, 12:11
My choice would be B.

Few points..
1. the right idiom is 'tendency to' or tended to'. 'tendency/tended of' is wrong.
2. between 'tended to' and 'tendency to' - what is appropriate here is 'tendency to'.

hence B.
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07 Aug 2004, 14:22
1. Agree with venksune in that "tendency of overshadowing" is not idiomatic. So, C and E goes off.
2. "misplaced guilt and guilt taken" is not parallel. It would be parallel with guilt that is misplace or taken. So, choosing D

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07 Aug 2004, 15:47
This Q is from G+ Book 1, SC Q No 59

The OA given is D, while I had marked E for it.

The explanation given is convincing enough
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