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1.Enrico Caruso sang opera in Italy before traveling to the United States, then he gave his first performance at the Metropolitan Opera in November 1903.
(C) and which
(D) in that
2.When light from a distant source, such as the sun, it strikes a collection of water drops, such as rain, spray, or fog, a rainbow may appear.
(A) such as the sun, it strikes
(B) like the sun's, striking
(C) such as the sun, and striking
(D) such as the sun, strikes
(E) like the sun's, strikes
3.Modern discus throwers use much the same technique of ancient Greece.
(A) of ancient Greece
(B) of ancient Greeks
(C) as ancient Greeks did
(D) as they did in ancient Greece
(E) like ancient Greeks
4.The language of the Navajo people, like their Apache cousins, is classified in the Athabascan language family.
(B) for their
(C) that of its
(E) that of their
1.The correct answer is E
Choice (E) is correct. It avoids the error of the original by using the appropriate pronoun “where” to indicate that the “United States” was where Caruso gave “his first performance at the Metropolitan Opera.”
2.The correct answer is D
Choice (D) is correct. It avoids the error of the original by removing the unnecessary pronoun “it.”
3.The correct answer is C
Choice (C) is correct. It avoids the error of the original by comparing what “Modern discus throwers” do to what “ancient Greeks did” (not to “ancient Greece,” a comparison that would not make logical sense).
4.The correct answer is E
Choice (E) is correct. It avoids the error of the original by using the pronoun “that” to refer to “The language” so that one thing, “The language of the Navajo people,” is properly compared to another thing, “that [the language] of their Apache cousins.”