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The term "folk- religion" generally refers to those religions that

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The term "folk- religion" generally refers to those religions that, unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporating different parts of several unrelated traditions.


A) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporating different parts

B) unlike mainstream religions, are lacking in an established theology, loosely organized, and are incorporating different parts

C) unlike a mainstream religion, lacks an established theology, is loosely organized, and incorporates a different part

D) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, loose organization, and incorporate a different part

E) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporate different parts

Originally posted by yash321 on 25 Jun 2018, 07:19.
Last edited by Bunuel on 25 Jun 2018, 07:22, edited 1 time in total.
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The term "folk- religion" generally refers to those religions that, unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporating different parts of several unrelated traditions.


A) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporating different parts

B) unlike mainstream religions, are lacking in an established theology, loosely organized, and are incorporating different parts

C) unlike a mainstream religion, lacks an established theology, is loosely organized, and incorporates a different part

D) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, loose organization, and incorporate a different part

E) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporate different parts


those religions that ----- Lack (Plural)---- are .....

Correct Answer must be (E) for the highlighted errors in other options...
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The term "folk- religion" generally refers to those religions that, unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporating different parts of several unrelated traditions.


A) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporating different parts --> not parallel

B) unlike mainstream religions, are lacking in an established theology, loosely organized, and are incorporating different parts

C) unlike a mainstream religion, lacks an established theology, is loosely organized, and incorporates a different part --> plural subject "those religions"

D) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, loose organization, and incorporate a different part --> "are loosely organized" is correct

E) unlike mainstream religions, lack an established theology, are loosely organized, and incorporate different parts --> correct
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The basic difference between D, E is because of "loose organization" vs "are loosely organized". How is either of these better than the other to use? Please clarify.
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