Practice Questions on Sentence Correction
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Difficult Sentence Correction Question - 31

Q31.

Wordsworth was one of the first European poet to consider the lowliest members of society to be valid subjects for poetry.

A.

European poet to consider the lowliest members of society to be 

B.

of European poets to consider the lowliest members of society to be

C.

European poets to consider the lowliest members of society as

D.

among European poets to consider the lowliest members of society as

E.

European poets to consider the lowliest members of society

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Difficult Sentence Correction Question - 32

Q32.

Recent elections in a relatively young and historically unstable country in East Africa saw record numbers of voters, the peaceful rejection of an incumbent administration, the unprecedented access of media, campaigning marked by civility, and a renewing of nationalism.

A.

numbers of voters, the peaceful rejection of an incumbent administration, the unprecedented access of media, campaigning marked by civility, and a renewing of nationalism

B.

voter turnout, the peaceful rejection of an incumbent administration, unprecedented media access, campaigning marked by civility, and a renewing of nationalism

C.

voter turnout, the rejection of an incumbent administration in a peaceful manner, the unprecedented access of media, campaigns marked by civility, and renewed nationalism

D.

numbers of voters, the peaceful rejection of an incumbent administration, unprecedented media access, campaigns marked by civility, and renewed nationalism

E.

voter turnout, the peaceful rejection of an incumbent administration, unprecedented media access, campaigns marked by civility, and renewed nationalism

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Difficult Sentence Correction Question - 33

Q33.

Early 16th Century moralist philosophers, particularly in France and England, regarded Machiavelli’s The Prince as a collection of cynical precepts for tyrants, and not until the 17th Century was the view of Machiavelli as a teacher of evil questioned by philosophers.

A.

Early 16th Century moralist philosophers, particularly in France and England, regarded Machiavelli’s The Prince as a collection of cynical precepts for tyrants, and not until the 17th Century was the view of Machiavelli as a teacher of evil questioned by philosophers.

B.

Machiavelli’s The Prince was regarded as a collection of cynical precepts for tyrants by early 16th Century moralist philosophers, particularly in France and England, and not until the 17th Century did philosophers question the view of him as a teacher of evil.

C.

Early 16th Century moralist philosophers, in France and England particularly, considered Machiavelli’s The Prince as a collection of cynical precepts for tyrants, and not until the 17th Century was the view of Machiavelli as a teacher of evil questioned by philosophers.

D.

Early 16th Century moralist philosophers, particularly in France and England, regarded Machiavelli’s The Prince to be a collection of cynical precepts for tyrants, and not until the 17th Century philosophers was the view of Machiavelli as a teacher of evil questioned.

E.

Machiavelli’s The Prince was regarded as a collection of cynical precepts for tyrants by early 16th Century moralist philosophers, particularly in France and England, and not until the 17th Century was the view of him as a teacher of evil questioned.

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Difficult Sentence Correction Question - 34

Q34.

Moule’s review served as a welcome encouragement to the author: Hardy set to work with renewed vigour and finished the serial ahead of time.

A.

served as a welcome encouragement to the author: Hardy 

B.

served a welcome encouragement to Hardy, and the author 

C.

was welcome as an encouragement to Hardy, the author 

D.

was a welcome encouragement to the author, Hardy

E.

served as a welcome encouragement to the author, Hardy

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Difficult Sentence Correction Question - 35

Q35.

If the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive – boring a mile-long tunnel through a solid mountain, and turning the eastward flow of two rivers westward – the arduous conditions in which the engineers worked are no less remarkable.

A.

If the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive – boring

B.

If the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive – such as the boring of

C.

Although the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive – boring 

D.

If the feats of engineering in that early decade remains impressive – boring 

E.

If the engineering feats of that early decade remain impressive – boring

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