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Can I be enlightened of the following sentences as to which one among the
four parentheses is grammatically wrong? And why?

1. Transportation (has been) one of the (major causes) of hunger among the
developing countries, (much) of which have to depend on enough trucks
or trains (to convey) extra food to the villages.

2. The authorities (were determined) (to discover) the identity of the
murderer, (whom) they feared would soon claim (another) innocent victim.

Thanks in advance for your explanation.
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Hi Runner,

Can I be enlightened of the following sentences as to which one among the
four parentheses is grammatically wrong? And why?


What does this mean? Please structure your sentence well.

1. The lack of proper transportation is one of the major causes of hunger in developing countries, many of which depend on trucks or trains to transport extra food to their villages.

2. The authorities were determined to discover the identity of the murderer, whom they feared would soon claim the life of another innocent victim.
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1) much should be many
2) whom should be who
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Hello, Matthewg,

First of all, sorry to have got you misled on this.

The above two sentences were quoted from TOFEL. In each sentence, only
one among the four parenthesis was not properly used. You seemed to reword
them in all brackets to the best expression; but it might not be the best fit for
TOFEL's purpose.

Could you please help again? Thanks
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