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The extraordinary diary of William Lyon Mackenzie King,

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The extraordinary diary of William Lyon Mackenzie King, prime minister of Canada for over twenty years, revealed that this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic guided in both public and private life by omens, messages received at sances, and signs from heaven.

A. that this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic guided in both public and

B. that this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic and also guided both in public as well as

C. this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic and that he was guided in both public and

D. this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic and that he was guided in both public as well as

E. this most bland and circumspect of men to have been a mystic and that he guided himself both in public as well as


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I will go with C

Include the correct idiomatic expression "Both X and Y" and create the correct sub clause "that he was guided in both public and"

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I would go with C

Options B, D, E eliminated with idiom error "Both X and Y"

Choosing between A and C, the proper sub class formed in C, "that he was guided".
I choose C

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"revealed that" and Both X and Y

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C misses that after revealed.

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hemantsood wrote:
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C misses that after revealed.



Hmm yeah sneaky one.

OA = A

as pointed out above.
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