2. Read each sentence, divided into five parts, to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. Below each sentence you are provided with five options. The first three options suggest you the possible sequences of the correct parts of the sentence. Choose the sequence which consists of correct parts of the sentence. If there is no error in the sentence, choose option (d). If none of the options gives the correct sequence and if there is indeed an error in some part of the sentence, choose (e) as your option.
The descripted “backward” (a)/ to define communities is yet (b)/ another colonial
relic which we, (c)/ as a collective, embraces with such enthusiasm, (d)/ that we almost
forget what it is supposed to mean. (e)