Directions(1-5): Which of the phrases (A), (B), (C), (D) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (E) ie ‘No correction required’ as the answer.
- I looked everywhere as my keys, but I couldn’t figure out where I had put them.
for my keyas mine keysfor my keysfinding my keyNo correction requiredOption C
- The new restaurant is doing good business because it serves food of good quality at lower rates than other restaurants in the area.
of serving food init serves food forthey serve food ofit serves food inNo correction requiredOption E
- The president was extremely popular on the world stage but is dislike in his own country.
but was dislikedrather is dislikedbecause of dislikebut is likedNo correction requiredOption A
- In an attempt to change its old-fashioned image, the newspaper must created a section aimed at younger leaders.
will create fewis creating fewshould creates ahas created aNo correction requiredOption D
- As her neighbour have loud parties every night, she does not complain. She prefers to put up with it.
Because her neighbourEven though her neighboursDespite of neighboursInstead of her neighbourNo correction requiredOption B
- Which would be the second sentence after rearrangement ?
- Which would be the fourth sentence after rearrangement ?
- Which would be the third sentence after rearrangement ?
- Which would be the last sentence after rearrangement ?
- Which would be the first sentence after rearrangement ?
Directions(6-10): The following five sentences have to be arranged in the proper sequence, so as to form a meaningful paragraph. On the basis of your sequencing, answer the questions that follow
A. The car – at least in some EU cities – is on the run. But British and US cities are putting their faith more in technology and individual action.
B. This approach is also beginning to work, with sales of electric cars skyrocketing.
C. This week, we passed the milestone of 4m zero-emission electric vehicles(EVs) on the road worldwide.
D. That’s not many out of more than one billion cars, but the speed of change suggests that the electric car will go mainstream over the next generation.
E. We’re predicted to hit the 5m mark in about six months’ time, with one in four to five cars built predicted to be all or partly electric within a decade.
F. This may not dramatically reduce pollution unless the electricity they run on is renewable, but individuals should at least be able to opt to “fill up” on clean electricity.