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Choose the most appropriate set of words from the options given below to complete the following sentence.

_________,  ___________ is a will, _________ is a way.

  1. Wear, there, their
  2. Were, their, there
  3. Where, there, there
  4. Where, their, their
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Options A and B clearly wrong as Wear and Were cannot start the given statement.

Between options C and D, Their means belongs to some people but meaning of the given sentence says it should be There means to that position.

That makes option C correct.

Where there is a will there is a way means If one really wants to do something, he always find a way to do it.


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where there is a will there is a way

" jaha chah  hai vaha raah hai"
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The most appropriate set of words will be $\textbf{Where, There, There}$

$\underline{\textbf{Where}}$ $\underline{\textbf{there}}$ is a will, $\underline{\textbf{there}}$ is a way.
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