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# The global temperatures have statistically remained, in the last decad

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The global temperatures have statistically remained, in the last decade, the same indicating that global warming ceased, at least temporarily.

A) remained, in the last decade, the same indicating that global warming
B) remained similarly in the last decade to indicate that global warming has been
C) remained the same in the last decade to indicate that global warming has
D) remained the same in the last decade, indicating that global warming had
E) remained the same in the last decade, indicating that global warming has
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16 Oct 2019, 09:48
A. Incorrect. Comma splice.
B. Incorrect. Improper use of "similarly" as an adverb.
C. Incorrect. Run on sentence.
D. Incorrect. Improper tense of the verb 'to have'.
E. Correct.
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16 Oct 2019, 20:56
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Ans: E

A,B,C changes the meaning whereas in D usage of had is wrong coz in the non-underlined part there is have, which denotes that it is true till date

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Re: The global temperatures have statistically remained, in the last decad   [#permalink] 16 Oct 2019, 20:56