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In the following questions, four words are highlighted in bold and numbered as (A), (B), (C) and (D). Some words have been swapped from their places and interchanged with other words which are highlighted and labelled. Choose the option which displays correct swapping of words making the sentence grammatically correct and contextually meaningful. If all words are in their places, choose option (E) ‘’No Correction Required’’ as your answer.
How can we suspect the (A) bonafide of the government until we have (B) evidence to prove that the(C) intentions was motivated by dishonest (D) decision?
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Correct Option is C-D
Solution:To make the sentence logically meaningful and correct, the rearrangement that is needed: C-D. Thus, the sentence thus form will be: “ How can we suspect the bonafide of the government until we have evidence to prove that the decision was motivated by dishonest intentions?”
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