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C

The fragment C, usage of the word 'price' is incorrect. It would be better to say 'expense account'.

'Price' refers to the amount a buyer pays for a certain product, whereas 'expense' is used to refer to the cost, fee or money paid for work done.

The correct sentence would be, "The manager has suggested that all departments submit their price accounts for work done since March 2011."

Option C is hence the correct answer.

'Price' refers to the amount a buyer pays for a certain product, whereas 'expense' is used to refer to the cost, fee or money paid for work done.

The correct sentence would be, "The manager has suggested that all departments submit their price accounts for work done since March 2011."

Option C is hence the correct answer.

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B

The usage of the word 'present' in fragment clearly indicates that the sentence must be in the present tense. Hence, the verb that follows in fragment B, should be in the present tense 'is to reach' and not 'will be to reach'.

The correct sentence would therefore be, "The real and present difficulty will be to reach an economic paradise without a previous success in limiting population."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

The correct sentence would therefore be, "The real and present difficulty will be to reach an economic paradise without a previous success in limiting population."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

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B

Usage of the phrasal verb 'turn out' which refers to 'prove to be the case, emerge or become apparent' in fragment B is absurd.

'turn into' which refers to 'be transformed into' would be suitable in the context.

The correct sentence would therefore be, "The streets around Freedom Park have virtually turned into their homes as thousands of anganwadi workers remained resolute in their strike that entered day three on Wednesday."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

'turn into' which refers to 'be transformed into' would be suitable in the context.

The correct sentence would therefore be, "The streets around Freedom Park have virtually turned into their homes as thousands of anganwadi workers remained resolute in their strike that entered day three on Wednesday."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

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C

In fragment C, the use of 'to be emerged' which is the passive vice form of the infinitive 'to emerge' is erroneous.

The correct sentence would be, "A new organisation, launched by a group of influential American Hindus, most of them of Indian descent, aspires to emerge as the political platform for all Hindus in the country regardless of their ethnic origin."

Option C is hence the correct answer.

The correct sentence would be, "A new organisation, launched by a group of influential American Hindus, most of them of Indian descent, aspires to emerge as the political platform for all Hindus in the country regardless of their ethnic origin."

Option C is hence the correct answer.