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Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.

A. Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral
narratives

B. Scholars thinking of Native American literatures once solely as oral narratives, and

C. Scholars who once had thought of Native American literatures solely as oral narratives and

D. Native American literatures, which some scholars once thought were solely oral narratives

E. Native American literatures, which some scholars once, thinking they were solely oral narratives

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I seperate different parts of the sentence in color for easy understand

Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.

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[quote="qhoc0010"](A)
I seperate different parts of the sentence in color for easy understand

Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.[/quote

Hello, qhoc0010, could you tell me why not choice C.
I am supposed that in choice A it needs "that" to connect the noun sentence.

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chunjuwu wrote:
qhoc0010 wrote:
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I seperate different parts of the sentence in color for easy understand

Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.[/quote

Hello, qhoc0010, could you tell me why not choice C.
I am supposed that in choice A it needs "that" to connect the noun sentence.

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You can rewrite (A) like this

Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives that were recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.

This is just a use of participle phrase.

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A it is

question is testing subject verb agreement
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qhoc0010 wrote:
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I seperate different parts of the sentence in color for easy understand

Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.[/quote

Hello, qhoc0010, could you tell me why not choice C.
I am supposed that in choice A it needs "that" to connect the noun sentence.

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You can rewrite (A) like this

Scholars who once thought Native American literatures were solely oral narratives that were recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American authors, who have been publishing since 1772.

This is just a use of participle phrase.


hello, could you tell me what problem with D

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New post 18 Jan 2005, 10:44
(D) wrongly says
Native American literatures ... now understand this body ...
It is the "Scholars", not "Native American literatures"

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New post 18 Jan 2005, 11:41
Although I am the only one here I think C is the answer. I think the Past perfect tense is suitable in this situation because the anthropologists once had thought one thing but now they thing something else....but I could be wrong.
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New post 14 Apr 2005, 18:35
It has not been discussed. chunjuwu, do you have OA for this.

Well I pick (C). Conveys proper meaning.
(A): not correct. that or "of" is missing.

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Ahh... missed.. I change my answer to (A)..
(C): Past Perfect is not required because there is no any other event in Simple past.

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New post 15 Apr 2005, 00:48
Hi, OA is A.

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New post 21 Apr 2011, 04:55
is not the idiom think of X as Y? What's wrong with B?
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