Choose the Correct Option of the Following Question. the Film Star Climbed off the Car Adn Smiled at the People.The Film Star Come Out of the Car and Smiled at the People - English Language

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Choose the correct option of the following question.

Options

  • The film star climbed off the car and smiled at the people. 

  • The film star come out of the car and smiled at the people

  • The film star got out of the car and smiled at the people. 

  • The film star got off the car and smiled at the people.

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Solution

Got out of the car is the correct use in the given context.
So "The film star got out of the car and smiled at the people" is the perfect pick while other options are wrong.

Concept: Incorrect/Correct Sentences (Entrance Exams)
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2015-2016 (May) Set 1

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