(A) Trent thought it quite satisfying to live in his parents’ house.
(B) Regina is starting feeling even more pressure to retain her looks.
(C) He regarded the elderly as a strange tribe which he would never join it.
(D) Regina and Trent were able to see the elderly also enjoys life with passion.
(E) They hope this documentary will help young people to have a more positive view of growing older.
(F) Regina was sent to a tiny flat in a retirement complex, where she gradually adapted to living alone.
I took an English exam today and the question seems very wrong.
The question is asking me to choose the answer choice which chose all the grammatically incorrect sentences.
I know that (C) and (D) are incorrect, but I don't think (B) is correct.
I know both "to feel" and "feeling" is possible after the verb "to start" but this sentence just seems very wrong.
Can someone verify if (B) is a correct sentence and the grammatical reason why?
The official answer says only (C), (D) are incorrect.