posted by ron .
In the sentence: The Romans,too,----- ceremonial dancing to Italy from Greece, used it in theatrical performances. The answers are: a.Have brought, b.having brought, c.brought, d. had brought. I think the answer is b. having brought but am not sure. If this is wrong, Why?
Yes, "b" is correct.
The verb in that place cannot be in main verb form (a, c, or d) because "used" is the main verb of the sentence. This verb form needs to be a participle (verbal adjective) in order to modify the subject, "Romans."
That's what I thought but wasn't sure. Thank you.