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Hi Emotion: smile I have a question about tasks 17 and 20.

My answers were: 17 - e, 20 - c.

But it turned out that the correct answers were 17 - c, 20 - e.

My question is would it be GRAMMATICALLY correct (not taking into consideration if the correct year is used in the sentence) to build the sentence with 17 - e and 20- c?

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mmmeI have a question about tasks 17 and 20.

We don't know what these are. I think you forgot to post the questions.

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mmmeMy question is would it be GRAMMATICALLY correct (not taking into consideration if the correct year is used in the sentence) to build the sentence with 17 - e and 20- c?

Yes. The only way we know to choose 17-c, 20-e and not 17-e, 20-c is that the latter are factually inconsistent with other parts of the text.

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