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The skill and the precision of the Anasazi, ancient

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The skill and the precision of the Anasazi, ancient inhabitants of the Southwest, in measuring the movements of the Sun and Moon is evidenced not only at Chaco Canyon but at a number of other sites.

(A) in measuring the movements of the Sun and Moon is evidenced not only at
(B) in measuring the movements of the Sun and Moon are evidenced not only at idiomatically correct
(C) in measuring the movements of the Sun and Moon is evidenced at not only
(D) to measure the movements of the Sun and Moon is evidenced at not only
(E) to measure the movements of the Sun and Moon are evidenced not only at unidiomatic
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certainly, precision to measure sounds very very awkward.
This question does not test any concept of idiom, but B is the right answer.
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New post 27 Jan 2018, 04:12
Understood my mistake although I marked Option E....was stuck between two options B and E....Skill and Precision together are plural so Options A,C and D eliminated. Correct idiomatic usage is skill and precision in doing something and not skill and precision to do something
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