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Surinder Mahna @EnglishGrammar
Find out error in the following sentence if any and mark Sr. no. of the relative part. In case of no error mark Sr no.4. Ignore punctuation error . *For more similar exercises **www.englishgrammarlesson.blogspot.com.* *EXERCISE NO. E.198* *1\. We all have not gone 2.out of our room sinc...
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Cat Holic @scrabbler

@butterfly14 No, I am still not happy with "We all have not gone"; it is awkward. And "since three days" should be "since three days ago or for the past three days" or "for three days". The whole sentence feels so....artificial

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Surinder Mahna @EnglishGrammar
Find out error in the following sentence if any and mark Sr. no. of the relative part. In case of no error mark Sr no.4. Ignore punctuation error . *For more similar exercises **www.englishgrammarlesson.blogspot.com.* *EXERCISE NO. E.198* *1\. We all have not gone 2.out of our room sinc...
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Cat Holic @scrabbler

"We all" is awkward, "since three days" seems problematic (as does our room (only one room for all? - though it is at least grammatically correct)) and "has been" is certainly better.

So I think option (d) is the error - it should have read "All of the above" :splat:

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Devika Shukla @poker_Face
The following statements when arranged in the correct order form a coherent paragraph. Find the correct ordering A) It is a still more terrible thing to associate stupidity with honesty B) There was once a member of a local body whom I heard praised in the words: "He's the only honest man ...
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Cat Holic @scrabbler

Option 3 and 4 close - CA and BD are mandatory pairs pretty much... I preferred 4 since CA is more general and would have little point or impact coming after E. @poker_Face 

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Preetham Sudhakar @kpreetham
The HCF of how many distinct pairs of factors of 18000 is 75?
Sidrwarr
@Sidrwarr
Find the number of ways in which 6 different rings can be worn on 3 fingers ?
Rohit143
✦๑ⓇⓄⒽⒾⓉ๑✦ ❦。^◕‿◕^。☄ @Rohit143
Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production_ *is regarded as an inalienable right of an individual's, and it is not* _a license granted by government and revocable at whim.
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Cat Holic @scrabbler

@Pradeep.Mdas  singlular so is. Also "is regarded as this and not as that" makes most sense.

sabrinakhan
Haso Hasao Life Banao/ PG Queen 2013 @sabrinakhan
Knock-knock :grin: Hello scrabby :raising_hand: long time :mg: P.S. testing on ur wall :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:
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Haso Hasao Life Banao/ PG Queen 2013 @sabrinakhan 12.9 k Cat Holic @scrabbler
Knock-knock :grin: Hello scrabby :raising_hand: long time :mg: P.S. testing on ur wall :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

Knock-knock  Hello scrabby  long time  

P.S. testing on ur wall  

  • Hello :cherries: :dog: :dancer: @sabrinakhan. 16h.
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catmaniac @miseera
@pagalguy @deepu @grondmaster Can we have pagalguy channels again in the same format we had earlier ? I miss'em :neutral face: something very informative is missing from here,
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Cat Holic @scrabbler

@miseera  wrong number dost I rarely move outside the VA/QA forums unless tagged (To be honest right now life is so busy I rarely even make it to QA/VA unless tagged...  )

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He has brown eyes [and a bit crooked nose ].
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Cat Holic @scrabbler

Could be "and a somewhat crooked nose" or "a nose which is a bit crooked". Bit crooked mein bit is describing crooked. But in the given bit is describing crooked which itself is describing nose! That's rather too...unconventional...a construction for my liking!

"He is a bit tired" =

"He is a bit tired boy" = :nono: