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Challenge Question #5: Win a Free Magoosh Account

Answer this question, and you could win a free Magoosh account. 🙂 We’ll have a new problem every month. You can see past challenge questions here.

Here’s what to do:

1. Submit an answer and explanation in the comments of this post by 2PM on Thursday, the 24th.

2. I will pick the comment with the best explanation, and this person will win a free account!

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3. Comments will remain hidden until we release the answer and the winner, so don’t worry if your comment doesn’t show up immediately–we’ll still see it!

This post will be updated with the answer on Thursday, after the winner is announced. Good luck!

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Update, 4/24: Congrats to our winner, Kinjal! 😀 Here’s the correct solution: 

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3 Responses to Challenge Question #5: Win a Free Magoosh Account

  1. KINJAL April 24, 2014 at 8:30 am #

    China was united under X -> One independent clause,
    Next clause China was united again four centuries later -> Independent Clause
    A time now regarded … is a modifier modifying the Tang Dynasty. We can ignore the modifier.

    Option A) is incorrect 2nd Independent clause doesn’t have a subject and two IC is connected using nothing more than a comma.
    Option B) Same issue as Option A)
    Option D) China was (Singular). They cannot refer to china. – Incorrect.
    Option E) Same issue as that of Option D)

    Option C)
    The first Independent clause is in past perfect which signifies that action occurred before Buddhism was introduced. Looks good and also the 2nd Independent clause is connected with “and” .The Subject “it” refers correctly to China and the clause has a proper subject.

    • Rachel Wisuri
      Rachel April 24, 2014 at 2:44 pm #

      Hey Kinjal! I just emailed you with instructions to set up your free account. 🙂

      • KINJAL April 24, 2014 at 11:42 pm #

        Thanks Rachel for the wonderful news. I have got the mail and I am looking forward to Magoosh account.

        Thanks a ton!!

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