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by karthikpandian19 » Wed Dec 28, 2011 10:31 pm
The word inspired is used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play; it is precisely the emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descends.

The word inspired is used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play; it is precisely the emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descends

Used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play is the word inspired, which is the precise emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descend

Precisely describing the emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends is the word inspired, often used by numerous critics to describe a great play

The word inspired is often used by numerous critics in their descriptions of a great play and describes the emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends as well.

The word inspired is the precise emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends and is used by numerous critics to describe a great play.

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by sam2304 » Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:49 pm
Is it A ?
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by user123321 » Thu Dec 29, 2011 4:57 am
is it [spoiler]E?[/spoiler]

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by tracyyahoo » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:04 pm
I was between C and E, but Finally I chose E... Pls annouce oa.

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by Elena89 » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:11 am
IMO (E)

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by LeoBen » Fri Dec 30, 2011 8:02 am
karthikpandian19 wrote:The word inspired is used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play; it is precisely the emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descends.

The word inspired is used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play; it is precisely the emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descends --> ';' not required?

Used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play is the word inspired, which is the precise emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descend --> both clauses are important hence wrong

Precisely describing the emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends is the word inspired, often used by numerous critics to describe a great play --> awkward

The word inspired is often used by numerous critics in their descriptions of a great play and describes the emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends as well. --> as well & and redundant

The word inspired is the precise emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends and is used by numerous critics to describe a great play. --> succinct & fits intended meaning
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by karthikpandian19 » Fri Dec 30, 2011 2:18 pm
OA is C

A. This answer choice is illogical. The pronoun it refers to The word inspired, but it is not the word that is the emotion experienced by the audience. The emotion that the audience experienced cannot be a word. This emotion, however, can be described/referred to/defined as "inspired".What helps us identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:The word/term... it is...Whenever we see this Stop Sign, we know that the topic that the question checks is pronouns, specifically using refers to/defines/fescribes after the word/term (and not is).

B. This answer choice is illogical. The word inspired is not the emotion experienced by the audience. The emotion that the audience experienced cannot be a word. This emotion, however, can be described/referred to/defined as "inspired".What helps us identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:The word/term... (it) is...Whenever we see this Stop Sign, we know that the topic that the question checks is pronouns, specifically using refers to/defines/fescribes after the word/term (and not is).

C. This answer choice corrects the originalPronoun mistake. The word inspired is not the emotion experienced by the audience. The emotion that the audience experienced cannot be a word. This emotion, however, can be described as "inspired".

D. Although this answer choice corrects the original pronoun mistake, it is stylistically flawed. The use of both often and numerous and adding the words as well create redundancy.

E. This answer choice is illogical. The word inspired is not the emotion experienced by the audience. The emotion that the audience experienced cannot be a word. This emotion, however, can be described/referred to/defined as "inspired".What helps us identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:The word/term... (it) is...Whenever we see this Stop Sign, we know that the topic that the question checks is pronouns, specifically using refers to/defines/fescribes after the word/term (and not is).

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by [email protected] » Sun Mar 18, 2012 4:14 am
The word inspired is used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play; it is precisely the emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descends.

The word inspired is used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play; it is precisely the emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descends

Used often by numerous critics in their description of a great play is the word inspired, which is the precise emotion experienced by the audience as the final curtain descend

Precisely describing the emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends is the word inspired, often used by numerous critics to describe a great play

The word inspired is often used by numerous critics in their descriptions of a great play and describes the emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends as well.

The word inspired is the precise emotion of the audience as the final curtain descends and is used by numerous critics to describe a great play.


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