A body can be negatively charged by: (a) Giving excess of electrons to it (b) Removing some electrons from it (c) Giving some protons to it (d) Removing some neutrons from it

Electric charges are of two types. Positive charge and negative charge. An object is negatively charged if it gains excess of electrons and postitively charged if it loses excess of electrons. Therefore, a body can be negatively charged by giving excess of electrons to it. So the correct answer is option (a)

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