Ancient Egyptian Sentence Correction

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Ancient Egyptian Sentence Correction

QOD2014_1006

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Despite the popular idea of a “Pharaoh’s curse” on archaeologists who entered ancient Egyptian tombs, skeptics say that only 10 of the 58 people involved in the discovery died within a decade of entering the tomb. However, some physicians believe that a few of the more mysterious illnesses were the result of exposure to the 3000-year-old build-up of substances like ammonia.

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A,B,C,E – Incorrect: The opening modifier illogically modifies the noun phrase rise to power. Rise to power cannot be a quiet, young boy.

E – Incorrect: The opening modifier illogically modifies the noun phrase the power.

D – Correct: The opening modifier correctly modifies the human Tutankhamen.

D is the correct answer.