Choosing two answers, I would select A and D.
B can be eliminated since project plans and formal change request procedures aren't typically a part of agile delivery approaches. Agile Software Development favors collaboration and responding to change over long-term plans. Frequent delivery of working software and responding to change builds a change request procedure into the methods.
C can also be eliminated for similar reasons. Agile methods aren't about engaging the PMO and project managers, but engaging with stakeholders. These could be customers, users, user representatives, or other people with knowledge of what the stakeholders need and want.
E is inconsistent with Scrum. The Daily Scrum is an event for the Development Team. The purpose of the Daily Scrum is to allow the Development Team to inspect the work that they have done and the progress toward the Sprint Goals. The problem appears to be more centered around the ordering of the work and the selection of the Sprint Goals, and the Daily Scrum is too late to be addressing these.
F could be a possible answer, but the wording is a bit off and it's not my favorite. Typically, the Scrum Master doesn't ensure anything. The Scrum Master helps the Scrum Team ensure appropriate visibility of the work and works with stakeholders to help them understand the way the team is working and how to be effective in an Agile environment.
A represents a true statement about Scrum. The purpose of the Sprint Review is for stakeholders and the Scrum Team to interact. The stakeholders should be present to provide feedback on the work that has been done. Another outcome would be a reordered Product Backlog that represents anything that has been learned or has changed in the environment. Of course, you can't say that it is true unless you've attended the first four Sprint Reviews, this definitely seems like something that could contribute to disappointment, anger, and frustration among the stakeholders.
D is another possibly answer. One of the principles of Agile Software Development is frequent interactions between developers and the business. This is often expanded to the developing organization and the stakeholders. One would expect that the Product Owner, and as appropriate, all members of the Scrum Team, would be interacting with stakeholders to understand their needs and how to best satisfy them. Insufficient interaction and understanding can definitely lead to disappointment and frustration among the stakeholders.
A, D, and F are all candidates for answers. I dislike the wording of both D and F, but I dislike the wording of F more than D. So I'd select A and D as my choices, but I wouldn't have a strong argument about F either.