Pablo Picasso, the late Spanish painter, credited African art with having had a strong influence on his work.
A) with having had
B) for its having
C) to have had
D) for havingE) in that it had
D is idiomatic all the others are awkward.
credited X for Y
credit X with Y. Check OG11 Page 674.
Answer is A.
So It Goes
The problem with A is that "having had" is the present perfect particpal form and is very awkward; if it was "having" I wouldn't have any problem with it.
"credited with" is idiomatic.
Agree with dce, and give
"credited with" is idiomatic
I'm not sure if you can use 'credit with' in this context. Someone can correct me otherwise
Atlanta PD is credited with nailing murder suspects
Not sure if credit for goes well together but D is the only one standing for me.
Well guys even i picked D, but the Official Answer is A...
Now I m more confused between the use of:
credit X with Y
credit X for Y.
Can someone help me out??
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