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The adverse health effects of high-impact football tackles, which had been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in spirited debates about whether football should be banned in high schools across the country.

A. had been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in

B. were shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, are leading parents and educators to engage in

C. have been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in

D. are being shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, lead parents and educators to engage in

E. will have been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in


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The adverse health effects of high-impact football tackles, which had been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in spirited debates about whether football should be banned in high schools across the country.

A. had been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in

Two actions don't exist here. "Had been" isn't required.

B. were shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, are leading parents and educators to engage in

"Adverse health effects" cannot be "leading parents"!

C. have been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in

D. are being shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, lead parents and educators to engage in
"Adverse health effects" cannot be in charge of "lead"[ing].

E. will have been shown to harm football players' health by causing concussions and irreversible brain damage, have led parents and educators to engage in
We already know it harms health..."will have been" future perfect tense means that knowledge will be completed soon. Wrong meaning.


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