Verbal Ability Test Questions

Q.  The sentence below is divided into three parts. Identify where the error lies. If there is no error, select the option ‘no error’.

Between you and I, I think the school will run out of money soon.


a. Between you and I
b. I think the school will
c. run out of money soon
d. No error


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