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The Sea King had been a widower ''for many years, and'' his aged mother kept house for him.
a) No change b) many years and c) many years', and d) many many years, and
She was a very wise woman and exceedingly proud of her high birth; on that account, ''she wore twelve; oysters on he tail'' ; others, also of high rank, were only allowed to wear six.
a) No change. b) she was wearing twelve oysters on her tail c) she wore twelve oysters on her tale d) she wore twelve oysters on her tail
She ''was however, deserving'' of very great praise, especially for her care of the little sea-princess, her granddaughters.
a) No change b) was however deserving c) was; however deserving d) was, however, deserving
She was however, deserving of very great praise, especially for her care of the little ''sea-princess, her granddaughters.''
a) No change b) sea-princesses her granddaughters c) seaprincesses, her granddaughters d) sea-princesses, her granddaughters
They were six beautiful children, but the youngest was the prettiest of them all .... ; but, like all the others, she had no feet, and her body ''ended in a fishs tail.''
a) No change b) ending in a fish's tail c) ended in a fishs' tale d) ended in a fish's tail
All day long they played in the great halls of the ''castle- or among'' the living flowers that grew out of the walls.
a) No change b) castle, and among c) castle, or among d) castle; or among
The ''fish swum up to the princesses'', ate out of their hands, and allowed themselves to be stroked.
a) No change b) fish swam up to the princesses c) fish swimming up to the princesses d) fish swimmed up to the princesses
The fish swum up to the princesses, ate out of their hands, and ''allowed themselves to be stroked.''
a) No change b) thus allowed themselves to be stroked c) allowed them to be stroked d) made themselves to be stroked
Outside the castle there was a beautiful garden, in which grew ''bright-red and darkblue flowers and blossoms like flames of fire.
a) No change. b) bright red and darkened blue flowers c) bright red, dark blue flowers d) bright red and dark blue flowers
Outside the castle there was a beautiful garden, in which grew bright-red and dark blue flowers and blossoms like flames of fire; ''the fruit glitters like gold'', and the leaves and stems waved to and fro continually.
a) No change b) the fruit glittering looking like gold c) the fruit, glittered, like gold d) the fruit glittered like gold
Outside the castle there was a beautiful garden, in which grew bright-red and dark blue flowers and blossoms like flames of fire; the fruit glitters like gold, and the leaves and stems ''waved to and fro continually''.
a) No change b) waving to me and from me continually c) waved to there and back and here continually d) waved back and forth so very continually
In calm weather the sun could be seen, ''looking like the purple flower'', with the light streaming from the calyx.
a) No change b) looking lie a purple-flower c) looking like a purple flower d) looked like the purple flower
Each of the young princesses had a ''little plot of ground on the garden'' where she might dig and plant as she pleased.
a) No change b) little plot of ground in the garden c) little, plot of ground in the garden d) little plot of grounding in the garden
One arranged her flower bed into the form of a whale; another thought it better to ''make her's like the figure'' of a little mermaid.
a) No change b) flowers as red as himself rays at sunset c) as flowers red as his rays at sunset d) flowers as red like his rays at sunset
But that of the youngest was round like the sun and contained ''flowers as red as his rays at sunset''.
a) No change b) flowers as red as himself rays at sunset c) as flowers red as his rays at sunset d) flowers as red like his rays at sunset
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