50 years ago in General English

Some parts of the sentence have errors and some are correct. Find out which part has an error and mark that part as your answer. If there are no errors, mark  No error  as your answer.



Although he meant no harm he was in a big trouble as breaking and entering has considered to be a serious crime in this country.


[A] Although he meant no harm he 
[B] was in a big trouble as breaking and entering
[C] has considered to be a serious crime in this country.
[D] No error
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Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 2 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying was in a big trouble as breaking and entering is correct answer

SARANG
SARANG - 3 years ago

SARANG from Patna, India is saying has considered to be a serious crime in this country. is correct answer

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