Each of the questions consists of a certain number of sentences. Some sentences are grammatically incorrect or inappropriate. Select the option that indicates the grammatically incorrect and inappropriate sentence(s).
- He paid little attention to what he said, and blamed Glaucus for his stupidity in taking in and feeding maimed and enfeebled persons.
- However, he bade him bring the stranger to him.
- Glaucus told Homer what had taken place, asked him to follow him, and assured him that good fortune would be the result.
- Conversation soon showed that the stranger was a man of much clever and general knowledge, and the Chian persuaded him to remain, and to undertake the charge of his children.
- Beside the satisfaction of driving the impostor Thestorides from the island, Homer enjoyed considerable success as a teacher.