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# SC3-11 (TRY THIS)

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06 Jun 2004, 18:00
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07 Jun 2004, 19:03
concur with A on the basis of idiom
in no period (a negation) = neither
So idiom is "neither X ... nor Y". A is better than E because it uses right tense (simple past) which parallels the context of the sentence
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