His boss /a/ admires him /b/ a lot as he /c/ takes pain over his work /d/. No error/e/.
  • a)
    His boss
  • b)
    admires him
  • c)
    a lot as he
  • d)
    takes pain over his work.
  • e)
    No error
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Sneha Singh
May 01, 2019
It should be pains.
Pains means effort.
while pain means hurt.

Surbhi Singh
Aug 05, 2020
Option (D) is correct because "pains" means effort and " pain " means hurt so it will be pains rather than pain

Amuktha Gudla
Aug 11, 2020
It should be pains because pains means to try hard or its something like putting effort but pain is used in case of an injury....so it's (d)

Sparsh Agarwal
Mar 31, 2020
D) takes pain over his work

Anish
Sep 17, 2018
Because this sentence has no problem of tense and it has correct sequence

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