Choose the Correct Option of the Following Question Your Grammar is Very Good, but You Need to Work on Correcting Your Pronunciation. - English Language

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Choose the correct option of the following question.

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  • Your grammar is very good, but you need to work on correcting your pronunciation.

  • Your grammar is very good, but you need to work on managing your pronunciation.

  • Your grammar is very good, but you need to work on repairing your pronunciation.

  • Your grammar is very good, but you need to work on modifying your pronunciation. 

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Solution

Your grammar is very good, but you need to work on correcting your pronunciation.

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

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