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The modern recreational canoe closely resembles the Native American ba

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The modern recreational canoe closely resembles the Native American bark canoe in shape, length, weight, and carrying capacity, differing only in the materials of which they are made.
(A) they are made
(B) they make them
(C) they made it
(D) it is made
(E) its making

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New post 12 Aug 2019, 21:49
Canoe is singular, so needs a singular pronoun.

A,B,C - "they" = "plural" pronoun.

D - Looks good,
E - "its" is a possessive pronoun
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