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In sentence (B) certain words are interchanged, which of the following given pairs should be interchanged so as to make the sentence grammatically correct?
None of the above
Correct Option is 1-4
Solution:In the given sentence, ‘prevents’ must be interchanged with ‘crowds’ to make the sentence grammatically correct and contextually meaningful. The sentence thus formed would be “For the household, a high price of food crowds out expenditure on other items ranging from health and education to non-agricultural goods and prevents the market for non-agricultural goods from expanding.”
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