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19. India is country with at least fifty major regional languages, of whom fourteen have official recognition.
(A) of whom fourteen have official recognition
(B) fourteen that have official recognition
(C) fourteen of which are officially recognized
(D) fourteen that are officially recognized
(E) among whom fourteen have official recognition

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OA is C
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New post 08 Jun 2004, 17:06
whom - always refer to human beings
which - non living things, animals etc.

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C got it.

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