Choice B is your answer. Arrhenius acids are any substances that increases H+ when dissolved in water. In choice B, Acetic and Phosphoric Acid gives off H+ ions.
Choice A is some organic molecules. Choice C has very weak acids that can both reduce or increase H+ concentration in water. Choice D has bases that'll reduce H+ concentration.
EDIT: Additional Details Question,
You'll eventually know which compounds are acids and bases as you learn more chemistry. It'll become secondhand nature for you to identify and name compounds. A general trick to know which compounds are acids is that the compound will have hydrogens in front of its name, like:
H2CO3 - Carbonic Acid
H2C2O4 - Oxalic Acid
HNO3 - Nitric Acid
HCl - Hydrochloric Acid
HClO4 - Perchloric Acid
So acids generally give off H+ ions and they have hydrogens in front of its molecular formula.