In the following questions, a part of the sentence is bold. Below are given alternatives to thebold part at (1), (2) and (3) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is (4).

1. If I am the P.M. I would ban all processions.
(1) will be
(2) were
(3) am
(4) No improvement

2. Mrs. Madhuri has great respect and unlimited faith in her Director.
(1) respect and unlimited faith for
(2) respect for and unlimited faith for
(3) respect for and unlimited faith in
(4) respect in and unlimited faith for

3. He is addicted to smoke.
(1) addicted to smoking
(2) used to smoke
(3) addicted of smoking
(4) addicted with smoking

4. Write down the address lest you may forget.
(1) you may not forget
(2) you cannot forget
(3) you will forget
(4) you should forget

5. We used to get up early in the morning, have breakfast and then went out to play.
(1) go out to play
(2) gone out to play
(3) had gone out to play
(4) played

6. Can this machine be adopted in farm work.
(1) by
(2) into
(3) for
(4) No improvement

7. The driver was dazzled by the bright light of approaching car.
(1) twinkled
(2) flashed
(3) glowed
(4) No improvement

8. What does it matter most is the quality of the goods that we require.
(1) What it matters more
(2) What does it matter more
(3) What matters most
(4) No improvement

9. You called on me when I was not at home, don’t you?
(1) did you ?
(2) didn’t you ?
(3) didn’t I ?
(4) No improvement

10. He paid the caretaker for his board and lodging.
(1) room
(2) furniture
(3) boarding
(4) No improvement



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