Directions: 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.
- He advised his son not doing anything which is against his conscience.
never to donot doneto not doingno doing ofNo correction requiredOption A
- Even after talking the matter for hours we could not arrive at a decision.
talking totalking overtalked abouttalk throughNo correction requiredOption B
- Every employee is entitled to those benefits from the late regulations.
underneath the laterbelow the latestwithin the latelyunder the latestNo correction requiredOption C
- Recently there has been suddenly increased the price of oil.
suddenly increasingsudden increase froma sudden increase inincreased suddenlyNo correction requiredOption C
- That company is our rival since it provides similar services to ours in a lowest rate.
with lowest of ratein low ratesfor as lower ratesat lower ratesNo correction requiredOption D
- India has many laws for regulating to use of land in urban areas.
regulated for usingto regulate the useare regulating the usefor regulating usedNo correction requiredOption B
- Mr Gates is a successful entrepreneur donated most of his wealth to charity.
has donated most ofdonated mostlywho has donated most ofdonates much ofNo correction requiredOption C
- We are unwilling to make any concession to their demands.
not willing to takewillingly givennot willing in givingunwilling to takeNo correction requiredOption C
- Sudha was determined to get a better job, in pursuing higher studies.
by pursuing higherin the pursuit of highpursuing higherto pursuit higherNo correction requiredOption C
- The surface of the road has got severe damage during the heavy rains last week.
getting severely damagedis been damaged severelyhas severe damagewas severely damagedNo correction requiredOption D