Direction (1-5): In the following questions choose the grammatically correct sentence from the given sentences.
My sister reminded me bringing the umbrella.My sister asked me to bring the umbrella.My sister asked me bringing the umbrella.My sister reminded me to bring the umbrella.All are correct.Option D
Reminded is followed by preposition “to”. ” reminded me to bring ” is grammatically correct.
The boy asked me what I want.The boy asked me what I wanted.The boy told that I wanted.The boy told me what I wanted.All are correct.Option B
Correct answer is :- The boy asked me what I wanted. As “what” is preceeded by “asked”.
China had invaded India in 1962.China was invading India in 1962.China invaded India in 1962.China had been invading India in 1962.All are correct.Option C
The action took place in 1962. so using “progressive form”would be absurd. As the action is completed in the past so “simple Past” is apt.
The match was beginning a short while ago.The match had begun on a short while ago.The match began a short while ago.The match had been beginning a short while ago.All are Correct.Option C
The teacher is neither regular nor sincere.The teacher neither is regular nor sincere.Neither the teacher is regular nor sincere.The teacher is not neither regular nor sincere.All are correct.Option A
Directions(6-10): In each question below there are four statements. Each statement has pairs of words/phrases that are highlighted. From the highlighted word(s)/phrase(s), select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) A or B to form correct sentences. Then choose the best option.
- a. The children are at[A]/[B] in the school.
b. The hill had a built-in style [A]/[B] stile that ascended all the way to a low wall that allowed hikers to climb and jump the wall with ease.
c. I suppose you will persue [A]/[B] are going to persue your father to go to picnic.BBBABAAABAAANOTAOption D
a. at = a point b. stile = an arrangement of steps that allows people but not animals to climb over a fence or wall. c. with the verb “suppose” will is apt
- a. There is a temple across [A]/[B] above the house.
b. Realizing that he had been found, the hiding boy gave a wry [A]/[B] rye a smile.
c. If the driver had driven carefully, the accident wouldn’t happen [A]/[B] wouldn’t have happened.BBBBABAABBAANOTAOption B
a.at a higher level b. wry = using or expressing dry, especially mocking, humour.
- a. The girl is leaning on [A]/[B] against the wall.
b. The teacher relied on her clapping cue [A]/[B] queue to get students to become attentive.
c. People generally hate to tell [A]/[B] telling lies.BBABABAABBBBNOTAOption B
a. touching an upright surface b. cue = a thing said or done that serves as a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance. c. hate is followed by “to”
- a. They reminded me of [A]/[B] about the meeting.
b. Many individuals today call for the government to have a more lax[A]/[B] lacks stance on regulations.
c. The mango fell from [A]/[B] off the tree.AABAAAABBBABNOTAOption A
a. remind is followed by “of” b. lax = not sufficiently strict, severe, or careful. c. off = separation
- a. Radios work by [A]/[B] with electricity.
b. The policeman asked if I would assent[A]/[B] ascent to a search of my vehicle.
c. Either you or your father have [A]/[B] has done this.BABABBAABAAANOTAOption C
a. by is used with instrument. b. ascent = he act of climbing or traveling up c. father is second countable noun.