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The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, concerning the way language and culture

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The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, concerning the way language and culture determine thought, exercised a significant influence on cognitive psychology, based as they were on empirical field-work conducted among native American tribes, such as the Hopi.

A based as they were on empirical field-work conducted among native American tribes, such as the Hopi.

B their basis being in empirical field-work among native American tribes, such as the Hopi

C because having a basis in empirical field-work among the native Americans such as the Hopi tribes

D based as it was on empirical field-work conducted among native American tribes, such as the Hopi.

E for it being on empirical field-work with native American tribes, of which Hopi among others
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New post 06 Feb 2018, 14:05
D seems to be the only correct one. This is the only option with correct combination of pronoun and tense.
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[quote="Tridhipal"]The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, concerning the way language and culture determine thought, exercised a significant influence on cognitive psychology, based as they were on empirical field-work conducted among native American tribes, such as the Hopi.

A based as they were on empirical field-work conducted among native American tribes, such as the Hopi.

B their basis being in empirical field-work among native American tribes, such as the Hopi

C because having a basis in empirical field-work among the native Americans such as the Hopi tribes

D based as it was on empirical field-work conducted among native American tribes, such as the Hopi.

E for it being on empirical field-work with native American tribes, of which Hopi among others


D because it refers to hypothesis
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