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Hey guys,
I am having trouble with the 'clauses' in SC. I mostly get doomed in questions that are on Rhetorical and grammatical construction that can be found in OG. Most of other things I can understand even If I go wrong, but clauses part ..no no .. Has anybody else faced this problem and how did you guys solved it ?? I basically want to understand how to find errors in Clauses.. I tried to find material on net but it is too vast tending one to get lost in the grammatical details of it..

Any help is appreciated..

-Amit
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