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Which is the correct way to write it?

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Which is the correct way to write it?

Post Fri Sep 08, 2017 2:30 pm
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  • Lap #[LAPCOUNT] ([LAPTIME])
    Counting each of the nine planets and their many moons, there is 162 known and accepted celestial bodies in our solar system.
    (A) Counting each of the nine planets and their many moons, there is
    (B) Counting each of the nine planets and their many moons, there are
    (C) Counting each of the nine planets and its many moons, there is
    (D) Counting each of the nine planets and its many moons, there are
    (E) Counting everyone of the nine planets and their many moons, there are

    The OA is D.

    I am a little confused. What is the correct option? I though the option A was right.

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    Post Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:19 pm
    I realized that A and C are wrong. But I still need to discard options B and E. Can someone help me here please.

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