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The supposedly hundred-century old fossilized excavations of a pyramid known as Takra are so small compared with many other excavated structures thought to be of the same century, and so some archeologists have argued that Takra represents a different time period.

(A) thought to be of the same century, and so

(B) thought to be of the same century that

(C) thought that they are of the same century, and so

(D) that they have thought to be of the same century, so that

(E) that they have thought are of the same century, and

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The supposedly hundred-century old fossilized excavations of a pyramid known as Takra are so small compared with many other excavated structures thought to be of the same century, and so some archeologists have argued that Takra represents a different time period.

(A) thought to be of the same century, and so - that is required after 'so small....'

(B) thought to be of the same century that - Correct

(C) thought that they are of the same century, and so - Does not have a subject since excavations cannot think

(D) that they have thought to be of the same century, so that - Does not have a subject since excavations cannot think

(E) that they have thought are of the same century, and - - Does not have a subject since excavations cannot think
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The supposedly hundred-century old fossilized excavations of a pyramid known as Takra are so small compared with many other excavated structures thought to be of the same century, and so some archeologists have argued that Takra represents a different time period.

(A) thought to be of the same century, and so

(B) thought to be of the same century that

(C) thought that they are of the same century, and so

(D) that they have thought to be of the same century, so that

(E) that they have thought are of the same century, and

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So, X that Y is correct grammatical usage, none but (B) presents it correctly...

The supposedly hundred-century old fossilized excavations of a pyramid known as Takra are so small compared with many other excavated structures thought to be of the same century that some archeologists have argued that Takra represents a different time period.
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