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Re: The English version of Waiting for Godot, of which Beckett was the tra [#permalink]
I am having a bit confusion about this question. Doesn't use of "was" makes the sentence mean that Beckett is not the translator anymore.
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Re: The English version of Waiting for Godot, of which Beckett was the tra [#permalink]
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The English version of Waiting for Godot, of which Beckett was the translator, was seen in a new production at Lincoln Center in 1988.

(A) of which Beckett was the translator
(B) which Beckett was the translator
(C) having been translated by Beckett
(D) that had being translated by Beckett
(e) the translator Beckett

Eliminating B and E on the basis of meaning
Option C is not in the right tense and option D is weird(makes no sense)
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