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The customary daily heated parliamentary debates in the society office begins at 1300 hours and, as long as the coffee supplies may last, it continues.

A. begins at 1300 hours and, as long as the coffee supplies may last, it continues
B. will begin at 1300 hours and continue until the coffee supplies lasts
C. begins at 1300 hours, continuing until the coffee supplies last
D. will begin at 1300 hours and, until the coffee supplies lasts, they will continue
E. will begin at 1300 hours and continue as long as the coffee supplies last
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The customary daily heated parliamentary debates in the society office begins at 1300 hours and, as long as the coffee supplies may last, it continues.

A. begins at 1300 hours and, as long as the coffee supplies may last, it continues
B. will begin at 1300 hours and continue until the coffee supplies lasts
Coffee supplies is plural, should be followed by plural verb "last"
C. begins at 1300 hours, continuing until the coffee supplies last
Though this choice corrects the subject verb error, continuing until is plain awkward
D. will begin at 1300 hours and, until the coffee supplies lasts, they will continue
Coffee supplies is plural, should be followed by plural verb "last". Also they has no clear logical antecedent
E. will begin at 1300 hours and continue as long as the coffee supplies last
Both the idiom error and the S-V error are corrected in this choice, and is the correct answer.
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