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  • 1.
    According to WWF, the small island nation of Samoa was the first in switching off its lights in support of the Earth Hour.
    A. first to switch of
    B. the first to switch off
    C. the first to switch of
    D. the first in switch off
    E. No correction required
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    B
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    Everyone around Sachin in 1988 knew that he would play for India but never thought he would end up with all the cricketing records possible.
    A. he would end
    B. he would end in
    C. he would end with
    D. he would end into
    E. No correction required
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    E
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    The Indian Air Force has played a vital role in the nation’s defense and our glorious history is replete of numerous counts of valour and fortitude in the face of extreme odds.
    A. replete of numerous accounts
    B. replete with numerous accounts
    C. replete by numerous account
    D. replete through numerous counts
    E. No correction required
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    B
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    Opposing free trade, some argue, is tantamount to support economic injustice.
    A. is tantamount of supporting economic injustice.
    B. is tantamount with supporting economic injustice.
    C. is tantamountly supporting economic injustice.
    D. is tantamount to supporting economic injustice.
    E. No improvement required
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    D
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    Building peace and transcending regional and global conflicts cannot be left entirely to the action and volition of political leaders.
    A. cannot leave entirely to the action and volition of political leaders.
    B.
    could not be left entirely for the action and volition of political leaders.
    C.
    cannot be left entirely for the action and volition from political leaders.
    D.
    should not be left entirely to the action and volition for political leaders.
    E. No improvement required
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    A
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