Directions: Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3), (4) 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 (5) ie ‘No correction required’ as the answer.
- He is unique as he behaves with the same courtesy of the poor as of the rich.
for the poor as forwith the poor as ofwith the poor as withto the poor as toNo correction requiredOption C
- The judge asked the accused why was he looking so depressed.
why was he looking so depresswhy he looked depressingwhy he was looking so depressedthat why he looked so depressedNo correction requiredOption C
- They could not admire his bright performance because of they dislike him.
because of their dislikebecause they dislikebecause of their disliking ofas they have dislikedNo correction requiredOption B
- As the time were hard for all, the country was generally making progress.
Though the times wereSince the time wasSince the times wereBecause the time wasNo correction requiredOption A
- Our hope was that he would not enter college till he had had some grounding in science.
had some ground ofhad had some ground forhad to have some ground ofhad been having some ground inNo correction requiredOption E
- Anyone with a little interest in sports is bound to familiar with Sachin Tendulkar’s name.
binding to familiarbound to be familiarbinding to be familiarbound to have familiarNo correction requiredOption B
- He asked me if I will accept his conditions if he helped me.
that if I will acceptthat if I would acceptif I would acceptif would I be acceptingNo correction requiredOption C
- The ship was not fit to survive another storm as the damage was beyond repair.
fitted to survivefit to be survivingfitting for survivalfit with survivalNo correction requiredOption E
- His changed attitudes did not go well within his family.
had not gone well withinwent not well withincould not go well intodid not go well withNo correction requiredOption D
- What all this mean, is that the disciples are more powerful than their teacher.
all this meansdoes all this meanall the meaningdoes this all meanNo correction requiredOption A