3. Given below are four sentences. While three of them are correct, one is not acceptable in formal English as it is grammatically incorrect. Spot that sentence.
A. Some innovative magazines started in a modest way have done well commercially, among them Time and the New Yorker.
B. But the Review was started in 1934 partly as a rebellion against what Mr Phillips saw was slick, watered-down presentations of serious ideas in literature and politics.
C. That kept him head-down at the Review, even if he had to answer the telephone himself, and he and his wife Edna had to do part-time teaching to pay the phone bill.
D. If Mr Phillips and his partisans had anything in common with the New Yorker crowd, it was in their love of socialising.