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New post 20 Jul 2018, 04:31
I have doubt. SInce the non underlined part is independent how does the 15 refer back to the townships. We have to have atleast one referrand word for it to be non ambig. 15 what?
Option D , though " to date" is not placed correctly, appropriately uses pronoun these to refer back to townships.
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New post 27 Aug 2018, 19:30
I don't agree with the explanation. I am confused...

why option - 'A' is not right.
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New post 10 Sep 2019, 15:58
Strucutre of Sentence IC;IC
The second IC started with "Of Which" and 'of which does not have an antecedant in the second sentence. This sentence if separated will not stand as an IC
Also in an IC by Modifier rule - If an IC starts with a Modifier (Set of words without a subject) then it will immediately be follwed by a ',' and 'a related subject' - 7 out of 15 in this case.
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