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  • 1. 1190 Paper 1 Section A: EditingT3W10.2012W KEY TO ASSESSMENT 25Name: _______________________ No: _____ Class: _______ Date: __________ SCORE: _____/10mInstructions:Carefully read the text below, consisting of 12 lines. The first and last lines are correct. For theremaining ten lines there is one grammatical error in each line.Circle the incorrect word and write the correct word in the space provided.The correct word you provide must not change the original meaning of the sentence.Reminders:1190/01 Section A: Editing does not test you on VOCABULARY / PUNCTUATION/SPELLING.For many years, artists have flocked to Paris, France, to paint or to learn to paint. Perhapsartists first went there because of the city’s beauty. They gone to paint pictures of the 1 wentbroad, tree-lined streets, the great churches, and the gracefully river bridges. The artists 2 gracefulfelt comfortable in Paris although the people of the city had always enjoyed art. Paris had 3 becausegreat art museums, filled with famous painting and statues from many countries. The 4 paintingspeople of Paris had always welcome new ideas. In this city, artists felt free to experiment 5 welcomedwith new ways of painting. As soon as famous artists painted at Paris, students came to 6 inlearn from them. People came to buy paintings. Art dealers set out galleries where 7 uppaintings were brought and sold. Others kept shops that sold artists’ paints and supplies. 8 boughtStudents and artists who were not yet famous could live in Paris for every little money. They 9 verylearned by study great art in the museums, and they learned from one another. They held 10 studyingart fairs, hanging their paintings outdoors along the streets.Set by Yeo Yam Hwee Term 3 Week 10 for 3NA.2012 Page 1