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    There are 10 errors in the test. Correct these errors
     
    Haziq is a 27-year-old engineer. He (1) never knows his parents. He was raised in an orphanage in Kuala Perlis. His parents (2) are sending him to the orphanage when he was three years old, as they were too poor to give him proper care. He was brought up with other orphans who he fondly (3) considering as his siblings.

He won a scholarship to study engineering at the University of Cambridge. In London, he (4) is attending a course in genealogy which sparked his interest to find his parents. He vows he would track his parents as he (5) wanted to know more about himself. When he (6) had returned to Malaysia in 2009, he went back to the orphanage and started his journey of looking for his parents. He empathises with other people who (7) are looking for their long-lost relatives. This is the reason why he started his new company called Reunited-to reconnect people with their lost loved ones. He believes a lot of people are interested in reconnecting with their past.

Reunited has been successful in reuniting clients with their loved ones. However, Haziq (8) was still searching for his parents. He (9) knew his journey will not be an easy one and he may end up at a dead end. Nevertheless, he (10) has determined to keep tracking his parents and will not give up easily.

     

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    Answers
     
1.   has never known / never knew
2.   sent
3.   considers
4.   attended
5.   wanted
6.   returned
7.   are looking
8.   is still searching
9.   knows
10.   is determined
 
 
 

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