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The filibuster, a parliamentary device that slows the snails

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The filibuster, a parliamentary device that slows the snail’s pace that prevails even in the best of times in congressional sessions and tests the endurance of everyone associated with it, seems more and more an anachronism in the age of telecommunications.

(A) sessions and tests the endurance of everyone associated with it, seems
(B) sessions and tests the endurance of everyone who is associated with it, seeming to be
(C) sessions, tests the endurance of everyone associated with it, seems
(D) sessions, that tests the endurance of everyone associated with it and seems
(E) sessions, testing the endurance of everyone associated with it and seeming

I'm having a little trouble with this and hope the group can help, OA to be posted soon.

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New post 16 Sep 2005, 19:20
The answer is A.

The filibuster that does A.... and B.....seems......correct structure!
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New post 16 Sep 2005, 20:06
A is correct. the verb of subject filibuster is seems which is gramtically structured in A as under.

The filibuster, a parliamentary device that slows the snail’s pace that prevails even in the best of times in congressional sessions and tests the endurance of everyone associated with it, seems more and more an anachronism in the age of telecommunications.

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New post 17 Sep 2005, 11:05
A for the same reasons as raulraao. That A...B, seems...

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New post 17 Sep 2005, 15:55
OA is A
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