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The exigencies of dramatic art, as shown even by the history

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The exigencies of dramatic art, as shown even by the history plays of Shakespeare, makes the foreshortening of dramatized historical events inevitable.
(A) makes the foreshortening of dramatized historical events inevitable
(B) made dramatized historical events inevitably foreshortened
(C) make the foreshortening of dramatized historical events inevitable
(D) has inevitably foreshortened dramatized historical events
(E) inevitably foreshortens dramatized historical events

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New post 27 Jan 2005, 21:22
i was between A and C.. C i thought is more correct though..

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New post 27 Jan 2005, 21:48
exigencies is plaural, so eliminate A, D, E. B is past tense, no need.

So (C).

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New post 28 Jan 2005, 04:17
exigencies is plural, we are left with B or C.
the statement made is timeless. The assumption made on "Drama exigencies" stands for past / present / future

C responds to that.

so C

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New post 28 Jan 2005, 08:01
OA please :lol:

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New post 28 Jan 2005, 09:29
I would go for C.

D looks ok but for has( had it been "have", I would have gone for it)

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New post 28 Jan 2005, 10:46
C for me. Plural subject. Past tense or perfect tense not necessary.

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New post 28 Jan 2005, 14:43
OA is C
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