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# SC: Seeking explanation for this question

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17 Jul 2005, 08:01
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Although she had signed a pledge of abstinence while being an adolescent, Frances Willard was 35 years old belofre she chose to become a temperance activist.

(C) at the time of her being adolescent

I will wait to give the OA.
I narrowed it down to 2 choices but my final choice was wrong, even though i was reluctant to choose it. Will explain this more once I send the OA.
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17 Jul 2005, 14:30
E it is

(A) while being an adolescent ---wrong while being is ungrammatical
(B) while in adolescence --wrong cos it sounds like adolescence is a place
(C) at the time of her being adolescent ---unnecessarily wordy
(D) as being in adolescence -- this is ungrammatical as it makes adolescence sound like something you can enter or exit from

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18 Jul 2005, 06:12
i am not too sure. but IMO B) is out b/c "while" is a conjunction and is followed by a clause and a clause must contain a subject and a verb.
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