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Throughout all of Paris, there exists only one stop sign that is

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Throughout all of Paris, there exists only one stop sign that is located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement.

A) there exists only one stop sign that is located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement
B) only one stop sign exists that is located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement
C) there is only existing one stop sign located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement
D) only one stop sign exists, which is located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement
E) there exists only one stop sign, which has been located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement
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Can anybody provide an answer for the above question?
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My answer was D. Is it correct?

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I think the answer can be B, since it avoids the use of "there" and the warm-up modifier-Throughout all of Paris-modifies the right entity.

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Meaning of the sentence: there is only 1 stop sign in Paris, not 1 stop sign that is located in the XVI arrondissement + many signs in other districts of Paris.

Only D and E confer the meaning correctly. A, B and C are out.

E has the awkward construction "has been located" instead of "is located".

Therefore, D.
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Option B, C & D are out because of wrong pronoun referent or incorrect construction/modifier.

Out of A & E , E looks to be correct because 2nd clause "is located in the affluent sixteenth arrondissement" should be non-essential modifier as its already mentioned out there that there is only one stop sign in whole Paris.

SOmeone pls share the correct answer.
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New post 06 Nov 2018, 22:48
As per my understanding, ans should be A, coz in E - present perfect tense is used, which is wrong. present tense should be used
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