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.
- I leave in hurry because it was getting dark.
left with hurryleave with hurryhurriedly leftleft hurriedlyNo correction requiredOption D
- Being forewarned on the lack of transport I hired a cycle.
I was forewarned onOn being forewarned onBeing forewarned aboutBeing warned beforeNo correction requiredOption C
- Everyone is here exceptionally Ram.
in exception Ramoccasionally Ramwith the exception of Ramin exception of RamNo correction requiredOption C
- The problem lay that he was so unused to this lifestyle.
was lying in that he islied in the fact that he waslay in the fact that he wasis lying in the fact that he wasNo correction requiredOption C
- Today, after many years it was a great success.
it had been a great successit will have been a great successit is a great successit may have been a great successNo correction requiredOption D
- America has announced plans to shut up recruitment agencies.
will announced plans to shut upannounced plans to shut offhas announced plans to shut downhas announced plans of shut downNo correction requiredOption C
- We are constantly surrounding of sounds and noise.
constantly surrounding about soundsconstantly surrounding by soundsconstantly surrounded by soundsconstantly surrounding withconstantly surrounding withNo correction requiredOption C
- Cinema cannot compete in the luxury of watching a DVD at home.
cannot competingwill not compete inwill not compete forcannot compete withNo correction requiredOption D
- On account of she lacked a sense of responsibility I confiscated the keys.
On account that herOn account sheOn account that sheBecause sheNo correction requiredOption D
- Sachin is older of the two sons.
is older thanwill be older ofis elder thanis the older ofNo correction requiredOption D