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Q #1
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CAT Sentence Correction

The following questions are from the Sentence Correction Pattern that are very popular in Verbal Ability for CAT. Sentence Correction questions often feature in the CAT. In each question, a sentence is given, and a part of it is underlined. Choose the answer option that corrects any error/errors observed in the underlined fragment. Note that in questions where only a part of the sentence is underlined/in italics, the answer options correspond to changes to be made to the highlighted part. The rest of the sentence remains unchanged. Make sure you go through these CAT Questions from Sentence Correction to have an idea on how to solve these! If you would like to take these questions as a Quiz, head on here to take these questions in a test format, absolutely free.

Though all competitive exams do not allow using a calculator, but where they are permitted, there are restrictions on the models allowed.


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The second clause starts with but which will not go along with though hence the sentence starting with though is wrong. The quantifier 'every' comprises of all the members in the group. Here, we intend to say that only few exams allow the use of a calculator & not all. So this option is also incorrect.

Q #2
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CAT Sentence Correction

The following questions are from the Sentence Correction Pattern that are very popular in Verbal Ability for CAT. Sentence Correction questions often feature in the CAT. In each question, a sentence is given, and a part of it is underlined. Choose the answer option that corrects any error/errors observed in the underlined fragment. Note that in questions where only a part of the sentence is underlined/in italics, the answer options correspond to changes to be made to the highlighted part. The rest of the sentence remains unchanged. Make sure you go through these CAT Questions from Sentence Correction to have an idea on how to solve these! If you would like to take these questions as a Quiz, head on here to take these questions in a test format, absolutely free.

Denouncing it as anti-democratic,the Lobbying Act was slammed by critics, imposing draconian limits on the activities of trade unions.


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The pronoun "which" used after the "Lobbying Act" in this option clarifies that it is the Act that limits the activities of the trade unions.

Q #3
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CAT Sentence Correction

The following questions are from the Sentence Correction Pattern that are very popular in Verbal Ability for CAT. Sentence Correction questions often feature in the CAT. In each question, a sentence is given, and a part of it is underlined. Choose the answer option that corrects any error/errors observed in the underlined fragment. Note that in questions where only a part of the sentence is underlined/in italics, the answer options correspond to changes to be made to the highlighted part. The rest of the sentence remains unchanged. Make sure you go through these CAT Questions from Sentence Correction to have an idea on how to solve these! If you would like to take these questions as a Quiz, head on here to take these questions in a test format, absolutely free.

While people in the Middle East have good reason to feel gravely threatened by terrorism,but elsewhere in the world, its more that people are paying greater attention to the terrorist threat then they used to.


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Usage of but with "while...", is incorrect. Moreover "its" is a personal pronoun- Correct usage is "It's" which refers to "it is" & this is the right word to use in the given context. Also then is not correct which is than

Q #4
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CAT Sentence Correction

The following questions are from the Sentence Correction Pattern that are very popular in Verbal Ability for CAT. Sentence Correction questions often feature in the CAT. In each question, a sentence is given, and a part of it is underlined. Choose the answer option that corrects any error/errors observed in the underlined fragment. Note that in questions where only a part of the sentence is underlined/in italics, the answer options correspond to changes to be made to the highlighted part. The rest of the sentence remains unchanged. Make sure you go through these CAT Questions from Sentence Correction to have an idea on how to solve these! If you would like to take these questions as a Quiz, head on here to take these questions in a test format, absolutely free.

Long-term risk is rarely taken by air-quality indices into account, they also vary from place to place.


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Usage of they in the second clause for long-term risk, is grammatically incorrect. For Joining two Independent clauses- without the use of a coordinating conjunction (and, but, or, or nor), a semicolon has to be used, not a comma

Q #5
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CAT Sentence Correction

The following questions are from the Sentence Correction Pattern that are very popular in Verbal Ability for CAT. Sentence Correction questions often feature in the CAT. In each question, a sentence is given, and a part of it is underlined. Choose the answer option that corrects any error/errors observed in the underlined fragment. Note that in questions where only a part of the sentence is underlined/in italics, the answer options correspond to changes to be made to the highlighted part. The rest of the sentence remains unchanged. Make sure you go through these CAT Questions from Sentence Correction to have an idea on how to solve these! If you would like to take these questions as a Quiz, head on here to take these questions in a test format, absolutely free.

The solution that he worked out was not only correct but complicated.


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Correct" is a positive description of the solution, while "complicated" is not. So a parallel sentence construction (in this case, not onlybut) is inappropriate. only has also been inappropriately used.