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# Sociologists who focus on social recognition report that many people

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Sociologists who focus on social recognition report that many people from minority groups join the workforce with enthusiasm and hope to participate in the capitalist culture for potential success for everyone, only to find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected to prejudice.

A. only to find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
B. finding themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
C. and they find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
D. finding themselves alienated from their colleagues, and subjected them
E. where they find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
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09 Aug 2018, 20:28
Avinash_R1 wrote:
Sociologists who focus on social recognition report that many people from minority groups join the workforce with enthusiasm and hope to participate in the capitalist culture for potential success for everyone, only to find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected to prejudice.

A. only to find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
B. finding themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
C. and they find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
D. finding themselves alienated from their colleagues, and subjected them
E. where they find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
Is it B..finding them..clearly modifies the people from minority groups n subjected...too is modifing the same people

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09 Aug 2018, 21:22
For me it was between B and C and I chose C

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Sociologists who focus on social recognition report that many people from minority groups join the workforce with enthusiasm and hope to participate in the capitalist culture for potential success for everyone, only to find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected to prejudice.

A. only to find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected

B. finding themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
the underlined part is not in any way a direct/indirect result of the previous clause it modifies. this construction cannot be used here.

C. andathey find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
parallelism issue:
report that many people bla bla
report they find (that missing)

D. finding themselves alienated from their colleagues, and subjected them
comma to separate two elements; finding is wrong

E. where they find themselves alienated from their colleagues and subjected
where can't refer to anything here

Let me know if my reasoning is correct
Sociologists who focus on social recognition report that many people &nbs [#permalink] 09 Aug 2018, 21:56
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