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ID: GMAT-SC-5
Section: Verbal Reasoning - Sentence Correction
Topics: Comparison; Modifier; Subject-Verb Agreement

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Unlike Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy about two lovers whose deaths reconcile their feuding families, the genre of Much Ado About Nothing, which shows that deceit is not inherently evil, is a comedy.

Aa tragedy about two lovers whose deaths reconcile their feuding families, the genre of Much Ado About Nothing, which shows that deceit is not inherently evil, is
Ba tragedy about two deaths of lovers reconciling their feuding families, the genre of Much Ado About Nothing, which shows that deceit is not inherently evil, are
Ca tragedy about two lovers whose deaths reconcile their feuding families, Much Ado About Nothing's genre, showing that deceit is not inherently evil, is
Da tragedy about two deaths of lovers reconciling their feuding families, Much Ado About Nothing, which shows that deceit is not inherently evil, are
Ea tragedy about two lovers whose deaths reconcile their feuding families, Much Ado About Nothing, which shows that deceit is not inherently evil, is

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