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Unlike South Africa, where race is a major fault line,(A)/ India has numerous conceivable divergences and (B)/ any further stress on water has the (C)/ potential to deepen and broaden fissures across (D)/ castes, religions, regions, and social and political units. (E)

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India has surmounting pressure on its existing (A)/ resources to meet food security and malnutrition (B)/ targets under agreed Sustainable Development (C)/ Goals set by the United Nations, which (D)/ will came into effect in January 2016.(E)

C

Fragment E is incorrect due to use of ‘*will came’*. **Came** is the simple past tense form of **come** and does not need the auxiliary verb **‘will’**. Also, **will** depicts the future while **came** portrays the past and logically, both cannot be used together.

The rest of the fragments are correct.

__Correct Statement__: India has surmounting pressure on its existing resources to meet food security and malnutrition targets under agreed Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations, which came into effect in January 2016.

Hence, option C is correct.

The rest of the fragments are correct.

Hence, option C is correct.

3

If economic development of the country in a whole is (A)/ the goal, some issues the US and other advanced economies needs (B)/ to solve is delivering the training, and upskilling that (C)/ will protect US workers with (D)/ Chinese competition in a fundamental, sustainable way.(E)

B

Fragment A has an error due to use of incorrect preposition __in__ instead of adverb **as.**

Fragment B has an error due to subject verb disagreement. Here,__issues__ is in plural and needs a plural verb __need.__

Fragment C has an error due to use of__is__ instead of __are__. There are multiple issues mentioned and thus __are__ would be used.

Fragment D has an error due to use of__with. __US workers need to be protected **from** Chinese workers.

Fragment E is correct.

__Correct Statement__: If economic development of the country as a whole is the goal, the principal problem the US and other advanced economies need to solve are delivering the training, and upskilling that will protect US workers from Chinese competition in a fundamental, sustainable way.

Hence, option B is correct.

Fragment B has an error due to subject verb disagreement. Here,

Fragment C has an error due to use of

Fragment D has an error due to use of

Fragment E is correct.

Hence, option B is correct.

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The killing of civilians in an allege use of chemical weapons (A)/ by the Syrian government, has led to the build of (B)/ momentum to begin another around of military (C)/ strikes against the Bashar al-Assad-led (D)/ government by the United States (US) and its allies.(E)

A

Fragment A is incorrect due to use of *allege* which means *claim/assertion.* The correct form of the word would be the *past participle-* alleged.

Fragment B is incorrect due to the use of incorrect form of*build. *We need to use the *present participle- building.*

Fragment C is incorrect due to use of*around* instead of *round*. The fragment tries to convey that one more round/volley of strikes against Syrian government would soon begin.

**Correct statement:** The killing of civilians in an alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government, has led to the building of momentum to begin another round of military strikes against the Bashar al-Assad-led government by the United States (US) and its allies.

Hence, option D is correct.

Fragment B is incorrect due to the use of incorrect form of

Fragment C is incorrect due to use of

Hence, option D is correct.

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Apart from the controversy about the use of the 2011 (A)/ population instead of 1971, which may result (B)/ in smaller shares of the common pool of revenues for (C)/ some states, the Terms of Reference of the fifteenth Finance (D)/ Commission are heavily loaded in favour of the union government. (E)/

D

The error lies in fragment C- use of **of** instead of **for****. **The statement tries to say that using 2011 figures would result in some states getting a smaller share **from**the common pool of resources.

Correct statement: Apart from the controversy about the use of the 2011 population instead of 1971, which may result in smaller shares from the common pool of revenues for some states, the Terms of Reference of the fifteenth Finance Commission are heavily loaded in favour of the union government.

Hence, option D is correct.

Correct statement: Apart from the controversy about the use of the 2011 population instead of 1971, which may result in smaller shares from the common pool of revenues for some states, the Terms of Reference of the fifteenth Finance Commission are heavily loaded in favour of the union government.

Hence, option D is correct.