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When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the
Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it
took less
than eight days and cost less than $6.

A. When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the
Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it

B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in
1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it

C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York
City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move

D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to
New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks before the opening of
the Erie Canal, costing $100, but in using the canal, the move

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my take C :Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York
City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move
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When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it took less than eight days and cost less than $6.

A. When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it - No antecedent of "IT", use of WHEN is redundant as the time period is clearly mentioned, 1825

B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it - No antecedent of "IT"

C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move - CORRECT

D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal - "From Buffalo to New York City" is wrongly placed, and thus this placement distorts the meaning (Now, It means that X took 3 weeks from buffalo to New york). "opening the Erie Canal" should be "opening OF the Erie Canal". How can New york city cost $100?

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took - Out-rightly incorrect
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A. When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the
Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it ---- was being moved from buffalo, gives the implication that all the description related to a function being performed at a particular time; The actual intent is not a specific instance but a general observation, which entails a simple past tense

B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in
1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it ---- the pronoun- first ‘ it ‘ is redundant.

C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York
City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move --- the best

D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to
New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal --- the prepositional phrase in 1825, implies that the description is relevant to only 1825, not before.

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took – The same problem as in D
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When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City
before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it
took three weeks and cost
$100, but when the canal was used, it took less than eight days and cost
less than $6.
A. When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before
the opening of the
Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but
when the canal was used, it
B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the
Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it
C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from
Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the
move
D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three
weeks from Buffalo to New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal
E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks
before the opening of the Erie Canal, costing $100, but in using the canal, the
move .

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A) When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $90, but when the canal was used, it "was being" is redundant; relative pronoun "when" should be "before" or "after"

B) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks, costing $90; using the canal, it "it" has no referent, so the opening modifier is dangling

C) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825 took three weeks and cost $90; on the canal, the move OK

D) Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, to move a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $90; using it, the move "it" does not have a referent

E) To move a ton of wheat took three weeks and cost $90 from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825; on the canal, it "it" does not have a referent
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A) When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it "was being" is redundant' "it" has no logical referent

B) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks, costing $90; using the canal, it "it" has no referent; "costing" is misplace modifier (describes a cause-effect relationship OR the something in the previous clause?); "it" cannot use the canal (since there's no logic referent)

C) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825 took three weeks and cost $90; on the canal, the move OK - Perhaps "moving" and "move" are not parallel so as to trick into eliminating answer choice.

D) Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, to move a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $90; using it, the move ""it" has no referent

E) To move a ton of wheat took three weeks and cost $90 from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825; on the canal, it "it" has no referent; "from Buffalo to NYC before..." all describe "cost", thereby making the sentence illogical
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D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to
New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal --- the prepositional phrase in 1825, implies that the description is relevant to only 1825, not before.

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took – The same problem as in D


Hey Daagh,

I can understand what you are saying but I can eliminate Option E) and D) saying "to move" cannot be a subject right?
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A) When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it "was being" is redundant' "it" has no logical referent

B) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks, costing $90; using the canal, it "it" has no referent; "costing" is misplace modifier (describes a cause-effect relationship OR the something in the previous clause?); "it" cannot use the canal (since there's no logic referent)

C) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825 took three weeks and cost $90; on the canal, the move OK - Perhaps "moving" and "move" are not parallel so as to trick into eliminating answer choice.

D) Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, to move a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $90; using it, the move ""it" has no referent

E) To move a ton of wheat took three weeks and cost $90 from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825; on the canal, it "it" has no referent; "from Buffalo to NYC before..." all describe "cost", thereby making the sentence illogical





I agree that 'IT' in option D does not have a referent, but does this sound correct: 'BEFORE THE OPENING THE' which is used in first three options?
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When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $90, but when the canal was used, it took eight days and cost $4.

A) same

B) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks, costing $90; using the canal, it

C) Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825 took three weeks and cost $90; on the canal, the move

D) Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, to move a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $90; using it, the move

E) To move a ton of wheat took three weeks and cost $90 from Buffalo to New York City before the opening the Erie Canal in 1825; on the canal, it



A: "Was being moved" a continuous action is unnecessary here.
B: "using " must refer to a Noun. "It" cannot work here as a Noun because of lack of a referent.
C-OK
D:The canal was opened in 1825, not the action was done in that year
E: Same as above. 1825 must refer to the year of opening
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Follow this principle ( apart from other error analysis ) :

Semi colon divides two independent clauses ; Only option C gives the best way to give the explanation without any dependency on the first clause

Other options have " it " , which makes the second clause dependent on first clause

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When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it took less than eight days and cost less than $6.

A. When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the
canal was used, it

B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it

C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move

D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks before the opening of the Erie Canal, costing $100, but in using the canal, the move
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in Option A was being is wrong.
Option C Before opening canal 1892 must come after moving a ton of wheat .
it is sentence fragment. we are telling something happened before opening canal in 1892.
apart from that, we use semi colon, on the canal it is wrongly compared with moving a ton of wheat.
Option D , which cost modifies new york it is wrong.
Otion E, in 1825 wrongly placed it come after movement. but is used for conjunction so using canal wrongly modifies to move .
Option B is correct.
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The issues are parallelism, incorrect word order leading to altered intent and pronoun ambiguity

A. When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it ---- 'It' lacks clear antecedence. It must refer to moving but has no such word in the text. In addition was being is ugly and does not refer to the generalization but to a specific instance

B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it --- This is a fragment because of the redundant use the pronoun ‘it’ .

C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move -- looks like error-free.

D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal ----– Pushing the prepositional modifier ‘in 1825’ is wrong order. Now it modifies the entire following clause, thereby implying that all the events pertain to only the year 1825 only, neither before nor after.

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks before the opening of the Erie Canal, costing $100, but in using the canal, the move --- Parallelism is missing between the infinitive clause and the prepositional clause around the conjunction ’but’. In addition, the expression ‘three weeks before the opening of the Erie Canal’ alters the intent that it pertains to a single event that happened three weeks before the opening ceremony.
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When a ton of wheat was being moved from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100, but when the canal was used, it took less than eight days and cost less than $6.

In the above sentence, when incorrectly refers to it and "ton of wheat was being moved" is worn here. It does not refer to noun so there is a pronoun error but action(moving wheat). Buffalo refers to city here.(Actually I found out after googling otherwise i thought it refers to animal :wink: ) But indicates the contrast but used incorrectly here.

So A is wrong for reasons as mentioned above.

B. Moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, it took three weeks and cost $100; using the canal, it

There is no proper verb for the 1st sentence and no proper relation between the independent clause and dependent clause.
It does not refer to noun instead refers to action(moving sth). Pronoun error as in A.
Improper usage of it is contd in 2nd sentence also.

C. Before the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, moving a ton of wheat from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks and cost $100; on the canal the move

Here Moving becomes a gerund and all errors are corrected.

D. In 1825, before opening the Erie Canal, to move a ton of wheat took three weeks from Buffalo to New York City, which cost $100; moving it on the canal.

Before opening Erie canal incorrectly modifies 1825 thereby indicates wrong meaning.
It means as if The movement if wheat took place in 1825 and starting a sentence with infinitive is not preferred.
It implies that City costs 100$.
There is an error of pronoun ambiguity even though it appears to refer to wheat.

E. To move a ton of wheat in 1825 from Buffalo to New York City took three weeks before the opening of the Erie Canal, costing $100, but in using the canal, the move

errors in D repeated here.
It means as if The movement if wheat took place in 1825 and starting a sentence with infinitive is not preferred.
It implies that Canal costs 100$. but in using the canal is improper again.
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+1 for C although I don't like the sound of "the move" took less than eight days and cost less than $6.
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With pronoun reference of 'it' we can discard A and B. With meaning (year reference) we can mark D and E incorrect. only C remains. Straight answer.
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