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Question number: 176

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting grammatical errors in each: (1 Mark)

I enjoy to tell jokes.

Question number: 177

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting the grammatical errors in each: (1 Marks)

The food that I dislike is mostly cabbage.

Question number: 178

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting the grammatical errors in each: (1 Marks)

The chief, with all his men, were massacred.

Question number: 179

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting them. Make only the minimum possible correction in each case without changing the meaning of the sentence. Where there are no corrections, rewrite the sentence (s) as it is/as they are: (1 Mark)

Robert always mistook Julie as her cousin Martha.

Question number: 180

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Make sentences using the following pairs of words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context: (2 Mark)

Decease, disease

Question number: 181

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting the grammatical errors in each: (1 Marks)

He asked me what I want.

Question number: 182

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting grammatical errors in each: (1 Mark)

My older brother does not play hockey