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C. applying Argan oil on the face, an oil that acts as a blocking agent, allowing the skin time to build a protective layer to fight,

For option C, isn't the phrase "an oil that acts as a blocking agent, allowing the skin time to build a protective layer to fight," modifying the noun "face"? as per my konwledge, the phrase that comes after a noun+comma always describes the noun.

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kavitaverma wrote:
C. applying Argan oil on the face, an oil that acts as a blocking agent, allowing the skin time to build a protective layer to fight,

For option C, isn't the phrase "an oil that acts as a blocking agent, allowing the skin time to build a protective layer to fight," modifying the noun "face"? as per my konwledge, the phrase that comes after a noun+comma always describes the noun.


I would like to be notified therefore I am quoting.
This was also my thought and for the reason, I disqualified Option C.

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kavitaverma wrote:
C. applying Argan oil on the face, an oil that acts as a blocking agent, allowing the skin time to build a protective layer to fight,

For option C, isn't the phrase "an oil that acts as a blocking agent, allowing the skin time to build a protective layer to fight," modifying the noun "face"? as per my konwledge, the phrase that comes after a noun+comma always describes the noun.


I would like to be notified therefore I am quoting.
This was also my thought and for the reason, I disqualified Option C.

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Had the same thought process here...
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