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# Selling several hundred thousand copies in six months, the

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[u]Selling several hundred thousand copies in six months, the publication of â€œMaple Leaf Ragâ€

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26 Mar 2006, 00:14
B, what r "they" and "it" referring to?
C, the subject is "Helping ~ composer" => too long, it should be replaced by "it"
D, change of meaning

A, I think there is a modifier problem. can i say "the publication is selling"?

hence, my choice is E, though not happy with the choice itself.
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26 Mar 2006, 02:25
^ E ^

(A) "Selling several hundred thousand copies in six months, the publication.." ---> wrong modifier

(B) who are "they" & what "it" refers to ??

(C) "Helping ... which was an instant hit" ---> wrong modifier & what "it" refers to ??

(D) â€œragtime composer, published.." ---> wrong modifier

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26 Mar 2006, 02:40
C is close,　but it uses the dreaded passive voice.

(E) is my pick as well.

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26 Mar 2006, 20:31
(E) Published in 1899, â€œMaple Leaf Ragâ€

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26 Mar 2006, 21:22
[quote="b14kumar"](E) Published in 1899, â€œMaple Leaf Ragâ€

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26 Mar 2006, 21:24
OA is "E"

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26 Mar 2006, 21:44
[quote="vivek123"][quote="b14kumar"](E) Published in 1899, â€œMaple Leaf Ragâ€

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28 Mar 2006, 15:07
Can somebody please explain why "selling" is correct in E.

B sounded correct but the word "they" is bit ambigous.

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