In these questions, a part of the sentence is given in bold. Below are given alternatives to the bold part at a, b and c which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is d.

1. Please report to me when you return back from Delhi.
a. you have returned back from
b. you return from
c. you returned back from
c. No improvement

2. Ravi has been demanding a lot more marks, doesn’t he?
a. hasn’t he ?
b. isn’t he ?
c. isn’t it ?
c. No improvement

3. Exercise is benevolent to good health.
a. beneficial
b. beneficent
c. bounteous
c. No improvement

4. He parked his vehicle under the shade of a tree.
a. on
b. in
c. beneath
c. No improvement

5. In case if it rains, I shall not visit you.
a. If so
(2)In case of
c. If/In case
(4)No improvement

6. TV sets have become costlier, thanks to the sudden rise in the prices of imported compounds.
a. tubes
b. components
c. things
c. No improvement

7. Because the enemy had a reputation for engaging in sneak attacks we were frequently on the alert. a. occasionally
b. inevitably
c. constantly
c. No improvement

8. Less people came to watch cricket matches this year, so the gate receipts were lesser than last year. a. Many
b. Fewer
c. Lot of
c. No improvement

9. God has bestowed man unusual gifts.
a. bestowed with man
b. bestowed for man
c. bestowed on man
c. No improvement

10. Many workers were being held hostages
a. held to be hostages
b. held as hostages
c. held like hostages
c. No improvement



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