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Tom Bradley was mayor of Los Angeles from 1973 to 1993, an

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apolo wrote:
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Good Question!

But 'which' is a noun modifier; it normally modifies the noun (or in special cases, the noun phrase) before it.

What can which modify in E? Either '1997' or another noun phrase before it. Unfortunately 'from 1973 to 1997' is not a noun (or noun phrase); therefore, 'which' cannot be used to modify it. Instead, we can use an absolute phrase as in B


Hi,
it was not a Question..
I was trying to tell you that an era is correct as used in A,B or C, but it seems you also meant the same..

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New post 07 Apr 2017, 01:34
but which is always come after 'comma' ?

then why option B ?
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Already discussed here: tom-bradley-was-mayor-of-los-angeles-from-1973-to-1993-an-82416.html?fl=similar

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