Directions: In the following questions, some part of the sentence is underlined. Which of the options given below the sentence should replace the part underlined to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given then choose option E ‘No Correction required’ as the answer.
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C
Corrects the error of reflective pronoun. In the above sentence, ‘them’ has come for ‘his supporters’ it means the action reflects back to the doer or subject ‘his supporters’.

Hence, the option C is correct.

 
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C
Corrects the error of definite article and preposition. In the given sentence, ‘common people’ has been particularised as their problems are to be given priority and ‘priority’ is followed by preposition ‘to’.

Hence, the option C is correct.

 
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C
'Unless’ is a conjunction of condition while ‘till’ refers to ‘time’ meaning ‘as far as the time when or before the time when’.

In the given sentence, ‘his task may be to keep the coalition going till the time when he can think of ways or finds ways to counter Mr. Singh’s mission’ (means the subject seeks time to think ways to counter Singh’s mission. It is referring to time, not condition.)

Option C hence is the correct answer.
 
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D
Corrects the error of phrasal verb. ‘To dispense with’ means ‘to manage without or to get rid of’.

Hence, the option D is correct.

 
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B
Corrects the error of placing of adverb of degree. Adverb of degree comes before the word it modifies. In the given sentence ‘hardly’ is expected to modify ‘ignore’ to express the meaning that ‘it almost can’t ignore the long term impact of’.

Hence, the option B is correct.