Sentence A talks of modern prose being a mix of vagueness and incompetence. Sentence D elaborates on the idea of “vagueness” talked of in sentence A, stating that in certain topics, the concrete melts into the abstract, and oft-used expressions abound. Sentence C declares that prose is becoming less about words chosen for their meaning, and more about piling up pretentious phrases. ADC makes a paragraph. Sentence B starts off with “it follows that” and states that any struggle against the abuse of language is dismissed as sentimental and old-fashioned. None of the statements given offers a thought that would fit with the “it follows that” beginning of sentence B. Hence sentence B is the one to be eliminated. Correct Answer: Choice (b)
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