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New post 09 Oct 2008, 15:04
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Go with D but want to see the option E. Is E complete?

"Him preformed" is better than "his performed". So D..
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New post 09 Oct 2008, 15:49
I think E is cut off, but I'm a gambling man. I'll go for E :-) :P

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New post 09 Oct 2008, 20:40
sorry about the cutoff, however u can eliminate E anyway

nobody gave a right choice so far

this question is a mess!

i am not native speaker so it does not make sense to me at all
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New post 09 Oct 2008, 23:00
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Doesn't look like an official question, but I'll bite.

(C) for 2 reasons:
1) "had hardly entered" is correct usage ("had not hardly entered" is outright wrong)
2) "..made his having the piece performed impossible" sounds better than the alternate

To elaborate on 2), consider a simplified version:
"His busy work schedule made his having any spare time for the family impossible" (The impact was to HIS availability of time)
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"His busy work schedule made him having any spare time for the family impossible" (Here "made him having" is not coherent as it does not lend itself to the overall meaning very well)
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yeah C for me too

"his having" sounds right in this sentence

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yeah OA is C

i dont get 'his having'

what is that supposed to mean :)
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C

'his' refers to Shoshtakovich's symphony

'him' can only refer back to Shoshtakovich

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New post 11 Oct 2008, 09:10
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yeah OA is C

i dont get 'his having'

what is that supposed to mean :)

Even i opted for D but once read through the sentence its correctly said that his means he possesses somethig and the comment is on that possession
we comment on his having performed the show .
we comment on his show .

Him is incorrect .
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