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The two-party political system is one where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where one or the other party can usually win a majority in the legislature.

A ○ where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where
B○ in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and where
C. where the electorate gives largely its votes to only two major parties and in which
D. in which the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and in which
E. in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and in which

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Explanation: E changes the meaning; E sounds as if the electorate had other things to do besides its votes to give to the parties.
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chesstitans wrote:
The two-party political system is one where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where one or the other party can usually win a majority in the legislature.

A ○ where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where
B○ in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and where
C. where the electorate gives largely gives to only two major parties and in which
D. in which the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and in which
E. in which the electorate largely gives its votes to only two major parties and in which

Explanation: E changes the meaning; E sounds as if the electorate had other things to do besides its votes to give to the parties.


many typos in options C n E-- correct question

The two-party political system is one where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where one or the other party can usually win a majority in the legislature.

A. where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where
B. in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and where
C. where the electorate gives largely its votes to only two major parties and in which
D. in which the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and in which
E. in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and in which
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chesstitans wrote:
The two-party political system is one where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where one or the other party can usually win a majority in the legislature.

A ○ where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where
B○ in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and where
C. where the electorate gives largely gives to only two major parties and in which
D. in which the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and in which
E. in which the electorate largely gives its votes to only two major parties and in which

Explanation: E changes the meaning; E sounds as if the electorate had other things to do besides its votes to give to the parties.


many typos in options C n E-- correct question

The two-party political system is one where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where one or the other party can usually win a majority in the legislature.

A. where the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and where
B. in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and where
C. where the electorate gives largely its votes to only two major parties and in which
D. in which the electorate gives its votes largely to only two major parties and in which
E. in which the electorate largely gives only its votes to two major parties and in which


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