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Question of the Day (12-Jun-19)

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Choose the grammatically correct option.
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 1)The honey, of course, serves to attract the bees which fertilise the flower; the white colour makes the flower more conspicuous; the lower lip forms the stage in which the bees may light; the length of the tube is adapted to that of their proboscis; and it’s narrowness and the fringe of fine hairs exclude small insects which might rob the flower of it’s honey without performing any service in returning.
 2)The honey, of course, serves to attract the bees which fertilise the flower; the white colour makes the flower more conscious; the lower lip forms the stage in which the bees may alight; the length of the tube is adapted to that of their proboscis; and it’s narrowness and a fringe of fine hairs exclude small insects which might rob the flower of it’s honey without performing any service in returning.
 3)The honey, of course, serves to attract the bees which fertilise the flower; the white colour makes the flower more conscious; the lower lip forms the stage in which the bees may light down; the length of the tube can be adopted to that of their proboscis; and it’s narrowness and a fringe of fine hairs exclude tiny insects which might rob the flower of its honey without performing any service in return.
 4)The honey, of course, serves to attract the bees which fertilise the flower; the white colour makes the flower more conspicuous; the lower lip forms the stage in which the bees may alight; the length of the tube is adapted to that of their proboscis; and its narrowness and the fringe of fine hairs exclude small insects which might rob the flower of its honey without performing any service in return.
 5)The honey, of course, serves to attract the bees which fertilise the flower; the white colour makes the flower more conspicuous; the lower lip forms the stage on which the bees may alight; the length of the tube is adapted to that of their proboscis; and its narrowness and the fringe of fine hairs exclude small insects which might rob the flower of its honey without performing any service in return.

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