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What has often been forgotten about Paine <was that,

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What has often been forgotten about Paine <was that, after he discovered his vocation,> he became a professional revolutionary.

A - was that, after he discovered his vocation

B - is that, after he had discovered his vocation

C -is that, once his vocation was discovered

D - is, after he had discovered his vocation, that

E - was that, once his vocation was discovered

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New post 27 Dec 2004, 01:46
It's B.
"has been forgotten" is key and requires "is that,",...had discovered..., he became is correct. (had discovered and became is correct).

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OA is B - thx for the explanations

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