Writing Question

<p>I took a past psat writing question and these were the only two questions that pretty much screwed me over. I knew one of the uses of such as was wrong so I guessed no error for both so that I would only miss one question. So what is the grammar rule for this.</p>

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<li><p>In his new Book, Quest for Adventure, the (renowned) British mountaineer Chris Bonington examines the (past century's) most remarkable expeditions, (profiling) such explorers including Neil Armstrong, Thor Heyerdhal, and Maurice Herzong. No Error</p></li>
<li><p>By 1966, American pop stars (such as) Bobby Rydell, (whose) hit "Forget Him" is believed (to have inspired) the beatles song "She Loves You," (had been largely eclipsed by British musical groups. No Error</p></li>
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<p>Answers Below:</p>

<p>D and E</p>

<p>Um... you need to show me what D was in #31 because you only give four options rather than the normal 5. </p>

<p>For 32, it's a no error problem meaning there is no grammar rule for the mistake because there is no mistake. (A) is fine. (B) is fine because whose is a possessive to the person. (C) is also fine. (D) uses the correct verb tense and adverb. So therefore E is correct. No grammar rule.</p>

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<li>In his new Book, Quest for Adventure, the (renowned) British mountaineer Chris Bonington examines the (past century's) most remarkable expeditions, (profiling) such explorers (including) Neil Armstrong, Thor Heyerdhal, and Maurice Herzong. No Error</li>
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<p>"including" needs to be replaced with "as"</p>

<p>"such as" means "for example"</p>

<p>Grammar</a> Girl : "Like" Versus "Such As" :: Quick and Dirty Tips
such</a> as - Idioms - by the Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.</p>