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C for the following reasons:
1. bringing with it is correct
2. derive refers to the plural subjects, "both the northern and southern alphabets". For clarity, if we flip the sentence,"bothe the northern and southern alphabets derive from the Aramaic script".
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potential: A,B,E
Completely out: C, D

Par ot A is in passive voice, so I will say no to that.

Its either B or E. I'd go with E.
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anandsebastin wrote:
C for the following reasons:
1. bringing with it is correct
2. derive refers to the plural subjects, "both the northern and southern alphabets". For clarity, if we flip the sentence,"bothe the northern and southern alphabets derive from the Aramaic script".


Splendid! :-D
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