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Referring to the current hatred toward other viewpoints on some sports teams, students frequently expressed concern that their classmates are shunning them because of their unusual views.

A. Referring to the current hatred toward other viewpoints on some sports teams, students frequently expressed concern that
B. In reference to the current hatred toward other viewpoints on some sports teams, students frequently express concern about
C. Referring to the current hatred toward other viewpoints on some sports teams, students frequently expressed concern about
D. While referring to the current hatred toward other viewpoints on some sports teams, students were concerned that
E. Referring to the current hatred toward other viewpoints on some sports teams, students frequently express concern that

Answer

This sentence contains verbs in the present tense (are shunning) and in the past tense (expressed). Since it makes sense for students to express concern about an action of their classmates at the same time as these classmates perform the action, the main verbs of this sentence should both be in the same tense. The phrase the current hostility suggests that this should be the present tense. Choice E corrects this error by changing expressed...




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