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“Superhumans” who possess Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory clai

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“Superhumans” who possess Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory claim from almost every day of their lives that they can recall very particular details such as what they had eaten on the 8th of September, 1983, or what the weather was like during their drive to the polls on election day 13 years ago.


A. from almost every day of their lives that they can recall very particular details such as what they had eaten

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from almost every day of their lives they have the ability of recalling very particular details such as what they have eaten

C. to be able, from almost every day of their lives, to recall very particular details such as what they ate

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the ability, from almost every day of their lives, of recalling very particular details such as what they ate

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being able to recall from almost every day of their lives very particular details such as what had they eaten

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Confused between A n C .. C is better due to simple past tense.

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Imo C
A- superhumans from *every day of their lives*, use of past perfect- non sensical
B- ability takes *to*
D - same as B
E - use of being as a modifier is wrong, use of past perfect is wrong

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