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  • Shahbaz

    November 12, 2021 at 7:15 PM

    * ‘Brick-and-Mortar’ (It’s not clear to me why the ‘B’ and ‘M’ had to be capitalized here. None of the sentence examples I found used it this way)

    * ‘ Gone are the days of Brick-and-Mortar shops, we live in the age of same day’ ( These two clauses are completely independent and probably cannot be connected into a single sentence with a comma)

    * ‘don’t have access for’ (‘access’ is usually used with ‘to’ and not ‘for’)

    * ‘places like Mumbai are house to the world’s biggest slum .’ ( ‘are house to’ does not collocate well)

    Score : 5/6

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