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Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.


(a) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(b) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(c) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expect to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(d) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar.

(e) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar.

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+1 for E.

(a) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(b) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar. --> Incorrect, "Weaken INR for the $" is unidiomatic.

(c) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expect to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(d) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar.

(e) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar. --> Correct, "Weaken INR against the $" is idiomatic.

Hence, E.
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Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(a) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar. (Plural verb 'are' is required)

(b) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar. (Usage of against is correct)

(c) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expect to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar. (Same as B)

(d) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar. (Same as A)

(e) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar. (Correct)
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Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.


(a) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year,a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(b) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(c) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expect to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week for the dollar.

(d) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices is expected to weak India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll have found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar.

(e) Global trade tensions and rising oil prices are expected to weaken India’s rupee over the next year, a Reuters poll has found, dragging the currency closer to the record low hit last week against the dollar.


Option A to D are incorrect because of the above highlighted issues with the sentence. Option E correctly is idiomatic (against the dollar) and both the subjects and verb agree in number.
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