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    People in the Philippines uses Englog, an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words. The most commonly spoken form of Englog is called Konyo English.

    A. uses Englog, an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words. The most commonly spoken form of Englog

    B. use Englog, an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words, the most commonly spoken form of which

    C. use Englog, an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words, the most commonly spoken form of them

    D. uses Englog, an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words, the most commonly spoken form of which

    E. use Englog, an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words. The most commonly spoken form of Englog

    I chose E, but Official Answer is not E.

    Please provide explanation's.

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    I think should be B.

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    B seems better.
    Not sure whether period "." make sense also pronoun which is better to refer Englog than repeating the noun.

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    Thank you all.

    Official Answer is B, But is in't it that

    "the most commonly spoken form of which" is modifying tagalong words?

    also "which" - what is this referring to?

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    B and E are close. I believe answer is testing for wordiness.

    "the most commonly spoken form of which" is modifying tagalong words - because of the appropriate commas.

    use Englog {an informal type of English merged with Tagalog words}, the most commonly spoken form of which..

    so B is good.

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