Sentence Correction
Verbal Ability

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Q.

Work that is not finished is not work at all, it is merely a botch, a failure.

 A.

all, it is merely a botch, a failure.

 B.

all, it is a botch merely, and a failure.

 C.

all; it is merely a botch, a failure. 

 D.

all; the work merely is a botch and a failure.

 E.

all; the work being merely a botch, a failure.

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Solution:
Option(C) is correct

A semicolon is need to link two sentences. Of the choices with the semicolon, C is short and clear (and correct), D has merely in the wrong place, and E does not have a complete sentence after the semicolon.


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