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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Articles

Annually, the number of consumer products being manufactured increases every year.

While this answer choice corrects the original Stylistic flaw by removing the word Annually, it is grammatically incorrect. The article the amount of can describe non-count nouns only whereas the noun consumer products is a count noun.

What helps us identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:

much, (a) little, less, the amount of

This answer choice repeats the original Stylistic flaw. Using both annual and year is redundant. This mistake is one of the Specific Redundancies that should always be corrected.

What helps us identify this question as a Redundancy question as well as identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:  

annual + year

That's correct!

Using both annual and year is redundant. This answer choice correctly omits the word Annually.

While this answer choice corrects the original Stylistic flaw by removing the phrase every year, it is grammatically incorrect. The article the amount of can describe non-count nouns only whereas the noun consumer products is a count noun.

What helps us identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:

much, (a) little, less, the amount of

This answer choice is stylistically flawed. Using both annual and year is redundant. This mistake is one of the Specific Redundancies that should always be corrected.

What helps us identify this question as a Redundancy question as well as identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign:  

annual + year

Annually, the number of consumer products being manufactured increases every year
Annually, the amount of consumer products being manufactured increases
Every year, the number of consumer products being manufactured increases
The annual number of consumer products being manufactured increases every year
Every year, the amount of consumer products being manufactured increases