Daily English Practice Test

Q.  The given sentence has been divided into 4 parts out of which a part may contain grammatical error. Select the part having grammatical error as answer else mark option 'e' i.e. (No correction required)' as the answer.

Every child must make (1) / a resolution of giving up atleast (2) / one of the bad habit (3) / such as getting up late, biting nails, etc.(4)


a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. No correction required


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