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As per grammar, we should not separate a subject from its verb with a comma unless there is a non-essential modifier that intervenes.
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Can anyone tell me if there is any problem with Amalgamated with / in when used in a sentence ? Other than includes should this be a criteria for elimination ?
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Can anyone tell me if there is any problem with Amalgamated with / in when used in a sentence ? Other than includes should this be a criteria for elimination ?


Hey renjana ,

I would never prefer to go for complex idiomatic usages unless I don't have any other way to rule out wrong options.

I could see that this question very well eliminates 3 options because of "Include" usage. And Option B for incorrect usage of Subject Verb Agreement Error.

Does that make sense?
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