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The National Geographic Channel employs rigorous scrutiny procedures that may go on for weeks before airing any documentary since it believes that not doing it will expose them to the risk of accepting unreliable or factually incorrect programs.

A. it believes that not doing it will expose them

B. it believes that not doing so will expose it

C. they believe that to not do it may expose them

D. the company believes that not doing it will expose it

E. the company believes that to not do so will expose them

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A. it believes that not doing it will expose them-them wrong pronoun.

B. it believes that not doing so will expose it-looks right ,hold

C. they believe that to not do it may expose them-them wrong pronoun

D. the company believes that not doing it will expose it-the first it is ambiguous

E. the company believes that to not do so will expose them-them wrong pronoun-

B is the right answer


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