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Discussion

  1. (A) Few remarks / (B) that he made were / (C) offensive to my friend / (D) No error
    1. (A)
    2. (B)
    3. (C)
    4. (D)
  1. Correct Option: A

    Add "a" before "few"

    Using "a few" instead of "few" in a sentence changes a sentence's meaning. Whereas "a few" implies a small number of some that is greater than two, "few" implies only a small number. Other words, like "very" or "quite," may also come before "a few" or "few" and further change sentence meaning. Examples can be found below.

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