From the Set of Sentences Given Below, Choose the Sentence that is Grammatically Correct. - English Language

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From the set of sentences given below, choose the sentence that is grammatically correct.

Options

  • The management has promised that it will consider my appeal. 

  • The management has promised that it will consider my appeal. 

  • The management has promised that they will consider my appeal. 

  • The management has promised that it will consider my appeal.

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Solution

The management has promised that it will consider my appeal. 

Concept: Incorrect/Correct Sentences (Entrance Exams)
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2018-2019 (May) Set 1

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