GMAT Practice Question Set #29 (Question 85-87)

Sentence Correction Question #87: Fireside Chats  
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Just as listening to Franklin D. Roosevelt's famous fireside chats helps students of history understand the 1930s, an era marked by incredible domestic economic distress and unparalleled foreign conflict, so President Obama's appearance on the Jay Leno show helps students grasp the immense strife and challenge America faced in the recession.

(A)

so President Obama's appearance on the Jay Leno show helps students grasp the immense strife and challenge America faced in the recession

(B)

President Obama's appearance on the Jay Leno show helps students grasp the recession, a time of immense challenge and strife

(C)

watching President Obama's appearance on the Jay Leno show helps students grasp the recession, a time of immense challenge and strife

(D)

so watching President Obama's appearance on the Jay Leno show helps students grasp the recession, a time of immense challenge and strife

(E)

so watching President Obama's appearance on the Jay Leno show helps students grasp a time of immense challenge and strife--the recession

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