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Language Check Point
Incorrect: Every of the two boys will get a prize.
correct: Each of the two boys will get a prize.
reason: Each is used in speaking of two or more things, every is used only in speaking of more than two.
Incorrect: Ten candidates have passed one failed.
correct: Ten candidates have passed one has failed.
reason: When there is only one auxiliary to two principal Verbs it should be correctly associated with the both.
Incorrect: Have you bought some mangoes?
correct: Have you bought any mangoes?
reason: To express quantity or degree some is used in affirmative sentences, any in negative or interrogative sentences.
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