Q)3. Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home, they featured the preparation of great quantities of ceremonial food, the wearing of many layers of colorful clothing adorned with silver, and the recounting of traditional tribal jokes and stories.
[A] Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home, they featured
Festivals were held in Aho, a Kiowa matriarch's home, which featured
[C] Aho, who was a Kiowa matriarch in her home, held festivals featuring
[D] In her home, Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals that featured
[E] Aho, a Kiowa matriarch, held festivals in her home that featured
OA- D but whats the rule for eliminating A?
Kiowi matriach, Aho
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For eliminating A, you can see the pronoun "They" is ambiguous, as it may refer to Home or it may refer to Festivals. As, home is singular we know that "they" points to "festivals" - but grammatically wrong. Consider, if those were homes instead of home.
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