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Anjali Singh
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In each of the following sentences four options are given. You are needed to identify the best way of writing the sentence in context of the correct usage of standard written English.

No officer had ought to be put into a situation where he was to choose between his love for his family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(a) No officer would be put in a situation where he have to choose between his love for family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(b) No officer had ought to be put into a situation in which he has to choose between his love for his family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(c) No officer should be put into a situation where he has to choose between his love for his family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(d) No officer ought to be put into a situation in which he has to choose between his love for this family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(e) No error. 


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Ans D


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 Ans- C


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Posted by: @anjali-singh

In each of the following sentences four options are given. You are needed to identify the best way of writing the sentence in context of the correct usage of standard written English.

No officer had ought to be put into a situation where he was to choose between his love for his family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(a) No officer would be put in a situation where he have to choose between his love for family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(b) No officer had ought to be put into a situation in which he has to choose between his love for his family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(c) No officer should be put into a situation where he has to choose between his love for his family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(d) No officer ought to be put into a situation in which he has to choose between his love for this family and the responsibilities accompanying his duty. 

(e) No error. 

Ans - c


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Option C

 


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  1. Answer (d)

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option no. C


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Ans. C


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And C


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Ans- C


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