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Unable to walk without assistance, radio provided Frankiln

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Unable to walk without assistance, radio provided Franklin Roosevelt with a medium for conveying a message of vigor and confidence that would have been belied by the visual image presented on television.

(A) radio provided Franklin Roosevelt with a medium for conveying
(B) Franklin Roosevelt conveyed in radio
(C) Franklin Roosevelt used radio to convey
(D) radio allowed Franklin Roosevelt to convey
(E) through radio it was possible

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Unable to walk without assistance, radio provided Franklin Roosevelt with a medium for conveying a message of vigor and confidence that would have been belied by the visual image presented on television.

(A) radio provided Franklin Roosevelt with a medium for conveying
Woking since modifier "unable to walk ..." is illogically modifying radio.
(B) Franklin Roosevelt conveyed in radio
Here in is not a correct preposition. Also there is a meaning change as importance of radio is lost here.
(C) Franklin Roosevelt used radio to convey
Correct
(D) radio allowed Franklin Roosevelt to convey
Same error as in option 1
(E) through radio it was possible
Same error as in option 1
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