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# The expansion of the Mongol empire depended not only

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The expansion of the Mongol empire depended not only on the Mongols' rigorous training and the discipline of their soldiers but also they implemented a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies and then enabling them to receive their current orders and some replenishment of their weaponry.

A. they implemented a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies and then enabling them
B. on their implementation of a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies, who were then able
C. because of their implementation of a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies, who they enabled
D. on their implementing of a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies and they enabled them
E. implementing a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies, enabling them
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20 Aug 2017, 08:57
I ll mark B solely for parallelism.

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20 Aug 2017, 20:08
This is a case of parallelism. Not only on has to be followed by but also on. Hence A,C and E are out. Between B and D, b wins because of meaning clarity.

The expansion of the Mongol empire depended not only on the Mongols' rigorous training and the discipline of their soldiers but also they implemented a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies and then enabling them to receive their current orders and some replenishment of their weaponry.

A. they implemented a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies and then enabling them
B. on their implementation of a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies, who were then able
C. because of their implementation of a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies, who they enabled
D. on their implementing of a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies and they enabled them
E. implementing a highly organized supply and communication network among their many widespread armies, enabling them
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