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# While the marketing department projected robust sales throughout the

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11 Jan 2018, 00:25
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11 Jan 2018, 12:17
the only difference between A and D is "typical" vs "typically", not with or without "which is"
also, "typically" in A does not modify "biggest" but "which is"
A and D has different meaning. D suggests that the company has typical seasons -> the meaning has been changed and distorted.
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09 Apr 2018, 23:44
While the marketing department projected robust sales throughout the summer, typically Allport Corporation’s biggest season, the drought in Midwestern states limited total revenue to only \$300 million in the third quarter.

(A) typically Allport Corporation’s biggest season, the drought in Midwestern states limited total revenue to only

(B) Allport Corporation’s biggest typical season, the drought in Midwestern states limited only total revenue to

(C) which typically is Allport Corporation’s biggest season, the drought in Midwestern states only limited total revenue to

(D) which is typically Allport Corporation’s biggest season, the drought in Midwestern states limiting total revenue to only

(E) Allport Corporation’s biggest typical season, the drought in Midwestern states only limiting total revenue to

Placement of "only" is the key to eliminate B, C and E.

From (A) and (D), "limiting" is wrong in (D).

Hence (A)
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25 Nov 2019, 00:28
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