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1 The first rugs were made as a part of their need.
Read the passage. Look at the underlined section marked number 1. There may be a mistake in the way the sentence is written. If you find a mistake, choose the answer that corrects the mistake. If there is no mistake, choose ‘Correct as is.’
A) Correct as is.
B) The first rugs were made to their need.
C) The first rugs were made instead of their need.
D) The first rugs were made because of their need.

Is that answer B or D

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  1. B doesn't make sense.

    I vote for D.
    However, it is not a good sentence because its ambiguous. To whom does "their" refer?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. The answer is D.

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