MBA Entrance Verbal Ability Test for MAT, MAH CET

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

We have already finished our task / so we packed our bags/ and left for the day.


a. We have already finished our task
b. so we packed our bags
c. and left for the day
d. no error


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