From the Set of Sentences Given Below in Question, Choose the Sentence that is Grammatically Correct. Tourists Must Follow the Norms Set Upon the Country They Visit. - English Language

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MCQ

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

Options

  • Tourists must follow the norms set upon the country they visit.

  • Tourists must follow norms set by country they visit. 

  • Tourists must follow the norms set by the country they visit.

  • Tourists must follow the norms set by the country they visits. 

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Solution

  1. Norm is a noun that refers to a standard or pattern, especially of social behaviour, that is typical or expected. The norms are set upon the citizens or the people, not upon the country. Thus, The sentence 'Tourists must follow the norms set upon the country they visit.' is incorrect.
  2. The definite article is missing before “norms” and “country” in sentences 'Tourists must follow norms set by country they visit. ' and 'Tourists must follow the norms set by the country they visits.' Also, “They” is a plural pronoun and needs a plural verb ‘visit’.

Therefore, 'Tourists must follow the norms set by the country they visit.' is the correct sentence.

Concept: Incorrect/Correct Sentences (Entrance Exams)
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