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ID: GMAT-SCQ-2
Section: Verbal Reasoning - Sentence Correction
Topics: Diction; Grammatical Construction; Idiom; Logical Prediction

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But those whom willingly undertake an honest assessment of the era today are also part of an important British tradition which, though not largely forgotten, has been pushed to the limits.

ABut those whom willingly undertake an honest assessment of the era today are also part of an important British tradition which, though not largely forgotten, has been pushed to the limits.
BBut those who are willing to undertake an honest assessment of the era today are also part of an important British tradition that, if not largely forgotten, has been pushed to the margins.
CBut, those whom are undertaking an honest assessment of the era today willingly are also part of an important British tradition which, if not largely forgotten, has been marginalized.
DBut those who willingly take over an honest assessment of the era today, also being part of an important British tradition which, although not largely forgotten, has been forced to the edges.
EBut those whom are willing to undertake an honest assessment of the era today are also part of an important British tradition which, in spite of being not largely forgotten, has been pushed to the brim.