Unlike the first game in the World Series, which historians regard as a pivotal moment in the Yankees Red Sox rivalry, historians regard the 2nd game as of marginal importance in determining the final outcome.
A. historians regard the 2nd game as of marginal importance
B. the 2nd game is regarded as relatively unimportant
C. historians regard the 2nd game as of being marginal importance
D. the 2nd game is regarded as being of relatively minimal importance
E. the 2nd game is regarded by historians as being relatively unimportant
There are two major problems with this sentence. (1) A comparison should evaluate two parallel elements. (2) as of marginal importance can be written in a more concise manner (as marginally important). Further, the reference to historians can be omitted as it is clearly understood in the context.
Answer - Choice B
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