Question

Below are given some sentences (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). All the sentences represent the same idea expressed in different ways. You have to choose the sentence which is grammatically and contextually right and express the idea in a most coherent and concise way.

A He said that the report gave cause for optimism, showing that the world’s growing population could be adequately feeded in the future if basic measures are taken to look after food supply. Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
B He said that the report gave cause of optimism, showing that the world’s growing population could be adequately fed in the future if basic measures are taken to look after food supply. Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
C He said that the report gave cause for optimism, showing that the world’s growing population could be adequately fed in the future if basic measures are taken to look after food supply. Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
D He said that the report give cause for optimism, showing that the world’s growing population could be adequately fed in the future if basic measures are taken to look after food supply. Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
E None of these Correct Answer Incorrect Answer

Solution

The correct answer is C

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