Enghish Identify pronoun errors

Identify the type of pronoun error in the sentence.

1 Neither of we boys was going to the ball game.
A)reference B)case C)agreement

2)The papers are on the desk that I corrected.
A)reference B)case C)agreement

3)The traffic pattern on the new road is slowed down by too many traffic lights and left turns .It has to be
improved
A)reference B)case C)agreement

4)If anyone accepts his challenge he will be sorry.A)reference B)case C)agreement

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  1. #1 is "case" because the subject case ("we") is incorrectly used where the object case ("us") should be.

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  2. The traffic pattern on the new road is slowed down by too many traffic lights and left turns .It has to be
    improved
    A)reference B)case C)agreement

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  3. Right ... because it's not clear what "It" is referring to.

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  4. case

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