Directions(1-10): 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 must have behaved impolite and suffer because of that.
impolitely and sufferimpolitely and sufferedimpolite and sufferedimpolitely and have sufferNo correction requiredOption B
- Because of his efficiency, the Director wanted him to work as his assistant.
wanted to himwants him to bewanted he towanted of himNo correction requiredOption E
- Even less intelligent students can be succeeded through hard work and perseverance.
get successionbe successget successbe getting succeededNo correction requiredOption C
- The Neo Club has been extended financial and technical help to poor and deserving women.
has been extendinghave been extendingis being extendedhave been extendedNo correction requiredOption A
- Highly intelligent people seldom tolerate any ambiguity.
tolerate hardly any ambiguityhardly tolerate ambiguoustolerate any clarity whatsoeverhardly tolerate any lacunaNo correction requiredOption E
- Being toiled for two hours, he sat down to take some rest.
Have toiled forHad toiled forHaving to be toiled atHaving toiled forNo correction requiredOption D
- Some people by naturally talk more than others.
by natural talknaturally talknature by talkingnaturally by talkingNo correction requiredOption B
- One of the basic choices we make in life is whether following the path of smart selfishness or try to avoid all problems.
while followingis whether to followis whether or not to followhas been whether followNo correction requiredOption B
- Some people experienced life only if they are totally at the mercy of their feelings.
experience life as if they areexperienced life as if they areexperiencing if only when they areexperience life when they wereNo correction requiredOption A
- Good-natured people have been suffered because of their politicking companions.
have suffering withare suffered because ofare being suffered because ofmay suffer because ofNo correction requiredOption D