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The Achaemenid empire of Persia reached the Indus Valley in

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The Achaemenid empire of Persia reached the Indus Valley in the fifth century B.C., bringing the Aramaic script with it, from which was derived both northern and southern Indian alphabets.

(2) the Aramaic script with it, and from which deriving both the northern and the
(3) with it the Aramaic script, from which derie both the northern and the
(4) with it the Aramaic script, from which deries both northern and
(5) with it the Aramaic script, and deriving from it both the northern and

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New post 29 Jan 2007, 09:42
I can say its either C or D...

Those who chose C, may I ask why not D?

A. ‘it’ is referring to?
B. Same as A.
C. May be.
D. May be.
E. ‘it’ is referring to?

C. The empire reached the Valley, bringing with it the Aramaic script, from which derive both the northern and the southern Indian alphabets.

D. The empire reached the Valley, bringing with it the Aramaic script, from which derives both northern and southern Indian alphabets.

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Script derives both X and Y, but
This is the script from which both X and Y are derived or from which derive both X and Y

I think it is the placement of the subject

Am I right?

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New post 13 Feb 2007, 13:46
I thought D but after reading explantions above , convinced it is definitely C now

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