Sentence Improvement

Sentence Improvement

Sentence Improvement comprises different types of questions which are mainly based on Grammar, Vocabularies and the best way of presenting a sentence. Let us see the different types under which sentence improvement can be categorised.

: Grammar Based – Generally we do not have to prepare this type of questions separately. This type of questions gets ready alone with detecting errors without taking any extra pains. The only difference is that in detecting error, we mark that part which is not correct and in sentence improvement, we have to mark the correct option out of the given alternatives that will replace the incorrect underlined part of the sentence. If there is no error, we choose the option ‘No improvement.


1.Nisha is more funnier than Natasha.

(A) funnier (B) funniest (C) quite funny (D) No improvement

2.Either Vijay or Vimal are going to be selected for the watch. .

(A) has (B) is (C) have been (D) No improvement  Sentence Improvement

3.My uncle presented me the more expensive watch.

(A) much (B) more (C) most (D) No improvement

4.The two brothers shared the property beside themselves.

(A) among (B) between (C) amidst (D) No improvement

5.The office staff members wished each other on New Year’s Day.

(A) one other (B) one another (C) each another (D) No improvement

6.His speech was broadcasted over the radio last Thursday

(A) was broadcast (B) had been broadcast (C) has been broadcast (D) No improvement

7..Both the mother-in-laws welcomed the newly weds with garlands of flowers

(A) mothers-in-laws (B) mother-in-law (C) mothers-in-law (D) No improvement

8.Did there bus come on time? 

(A) their’s (B) theirs (C) their (D) No improvement

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9.Mayank was working overtime for the last two weeks.

(A) is working (B) is being working (C) has been working (D) No improvement

10. Most children are liking ice-cream.

(A) likes (B) like (C) were liking (D) No improvement

11.Supposing if he comes, what should I do?

(A) if he comes (B) in case he will come (C) in the event of his being come (D) No improvement

12. Children like to eat sweets, isn’t it ? 

(A) do they ? (B) is it ? (C) don’t they? (D) No improvement. Sentence Improvement

13.He was so afraid that his knees knocked one another.

(A) one against (B) each other (C) both B (D) No improvement.

14.She had read Oliver Twist when she had been fourteen years old.

(A) had became (B) has become (C) was (D) No improvement.

15. All the candidates will give a test on Friday.

(A) appear (B) take (C) accept (D) No improvement.

16. When are you starting to write to your friend?

(A) wanting (B) going (C) thinking (D) No improvement

17. If  I was you I would not sign the document.

(A) If I have been you ( B) If I were you (C) If I had been you (D) No improvement

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18. I prefer to ride than to walk.

(A) ride to walk (B) riding than walking (C) riding to walking (D) No improvement

19. They were astonished through his failure in the examination.

(A) from . (B) at (C) with (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

20. He returned the book after he read it.

(A) was read (B) reading (C) had read (D) No improvement

21. As he was a braveheart, Rakesh decided to join the army.

(A) though he was a braveheart (B) although he was a braveheart (C) while he was a braveheart (D) No improvement

22. She hurt her back while she worked yesterday.

(A) worked out (B) had worked (C) was working (D) No improvement

23. My friend lamented that though a complete report was sent to the department a month ago no action is being taken so far.

(A) no action has been taken. (B) no action was taken. (C) no action had taken. (D) No improvement.

24. Kari left the house before Shyarn got there.

(A) will leave (B) had left (C) leaves (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

25. The company is not doing well. Isn’t it time you sell off your shares in it ?

(A) sold  (B) selling (C) give (D) No improvement

26.Although Pandas eat bamboo almost exclusively, they are also carnivorous.

(A) until (B) as soon as (C) not only (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

27.He was weary of failure, Didn’t he ?

(A) Isn’t he ? (B) Wasn’t he ? (C) Doesn’t he ? (D) No improvement

28.What you have been doing since the workshop last month ?

(A) have you done (B) you have done (C) have you been doing (D) No improvement

29. No sooner had the teacher entered the room and the boys rushed to their seats.

(A) when (B) than (C) but (D) No improvement

30.We have already disposed our old house. Sentence Improvement

(A) disposed off (B) disposed out (C) disposed of (D) No improvement

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31.We can buy anything in this shop, Can we?

(A) Isn’t it? (B) Can’t we? (C) Don’t we? (D) No improvement

32. If I had followed your advice, I would not regret today. Sentence Improvement

(A) will not regret (B) had not regretted (C) would not have regretted (D) No improvement

33. Somebody must be made to answer for the security scam.

(A) to (B) after (C) upon (D) No improvement

34. .Corruption is the most serious problem in India. Sentence Improvement

(A) the more serious (B) the seriouser (C) serious (D) No improvement

35. They reached at Calcutta on Monday last.

(A) reached to Calcutta (B) reached on Calcutta (C) reached Calcutta (D) No improvement

36. I did not saw my cousin in Madras.

(A) not seen (B) did not see (C) did not seen (D) No improvement

37. He behaves like coward. Sentence Improvement

(A) cowardly (B) in a cowardly manner (C) as if he was a coward (D) No improvement

38. Neither of them went to the cinema.

(A) both of them did not go (B) both did not go (C) neither went (D) No improvement

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39. I used to have very thick hair.

(A) use to have (B) used to having (C) used to had (D) No improvement

40.She usually does not leave for work until she finished all her chores.

(A) finishes (B) has finished (C) had finished (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

41.The article should not exceed more than hundred words.

(A) exceed beyond (B) exceed than (C) exceed (D) No improvement

42.He may be poor now but he appears to be rich. Sentence Improvement

(A) seem rich (B) rich to be (C) to have been rich (D) No improvement

43.The only way to solve the racial problem is by education.

(A) because of (B) thanks to (C) on account of (D) No improvement

44.Did you finish the work yet?

(A) Had you finished. · (B) Haven’t you finished (C) Would you finish (D) No improvement

45.I’ll tell you as soon, as I’ll know.

(A) I would know (B) I can know (C) I know (D) No improvement

46.How are you going to have your car painted? I am going to have it red painted.

(A) paint it red (B) have it painted red (C) paint (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

47.The job wasn’t interesting, but on the contrary it was well-paid.

(A) on the whole (B) on the other side (C) on the other hand (D) No improvement

48.The postman comes twice a day, don’t he?

(A) doesn’t he (B) does he (C) do he (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

49.We met a lot of people at our holidays.

(A) on (B) in (C) during (D) No improvement

50.People whom are outdoors for long periods of time need to protect themselves to avoid the harmful effects of too much sunlight.

(A) who (B) how (C) whose (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

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51. The department has been running this programme for the past two years.

(A) from the past two years (B) since the past two years (C) the last two years (D) No improvement

52.She paid close attention to the man sitting besides her.

(A) beside to (B) beside (C) beside of (D) No improvement

53. I shall see him only if he agreed to bear  the cost. Sentence Improvement

(A) agrees (B) might agree (C) had agreed (D) No improvement

54. I can accept  anything than dishonesty.

(A) anything other than (B) any other thing than (C) anything more than (D) No improvement

55. One must obey his parents.

(A) his own parents (B) parents (C) one’s parents (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

56. No sooner had she heard the news when she fainted.

(A) that she fainted (B) than she fainted (C) and she fainted (D) No improvement

57. At the very moment they were showing signs of growing nervousness, isn’t it?

(A) wasn’t it (B) weren’t it (C) weren’t they (D) No improvement

58. One hour in the week was set aside by him for the reception of whomsoever chose to visit him.

(A) whomever (B) whosoever (C) who (D) No improvement

59. Rahul has lived in Delhi for three years when his parents came there.

(A) was living (B) has been living (C) had been living (D) No improvement

60. He said that he saw him last year, to discuss the documents. Sentence Improvement

(A) met (B) had seen (C) seen (D) No improvement

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61.Kalidasa is the Shakespeare of India.

(A) Shakespeare (B) a Shakespeare (C) like Shakespeare (D) No improvement

62. He is addicted to alcohol and exerts a bad influence for his family.

(A) on (B) in (C) about (D) No improvement

63.Them_shoes are mine.

(A) Those (B) That (C) Their (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

64.No sooner had she realized her blunder than she began to take corrective measures.

(A) then she began to take (B) than she began taking (C) when she began to take (D) No improvement

65. I will be with you in one quarter of an hour.

(A) a quarter of one hour (B) a quarter of an hour (C) a quarter of hour (D) No improvement

66. He ordered me open the window. Sentence Improvement

(A) asked (B) bade (C) requested (D) No improvement

67. Do you know to prepare the Balance Sheet?

(A) Do you know to balance (B) Do you know to make (C) Do you know how to prepare (D) No improvement

68. Neither plants nor animals, can survive without oxygen. Sentence Improvement

(A) Plants can neither. (B) Neither can plants (C) Plants, neither (D) No improvement

69.The light went out while I read.

(A) was reading (B) am reading (C) had read (D) No improvement

70.She said me about her holiday in Kerala. Sentence Improvement

(A) told about (B) said about (C) had read (D) No improvement

71.Why do you prefer the theatre than the cinema?

(A) for (B) against (C) to (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

72.He is the only man I know, who can laugh at himself. 

(A) whose (B) whom (C) which (D) No improvement

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73. He won’t hear you provided you shout.

(A) unless (B) in case (C) as long as (D) No improvement

74. The ship is at the anchor and the sailors are now at ease.

(A) at anchor (B) at an anchor (C) at its anchor (D) No improvement

75. The music show already began when we arrived in the hall.

(A) had already begun (B) had already began (C) would begin (D) No improvement

76. My group of tenth-graders are well be haved.

(A) is so well behaved (B) are so well behaved (C) is well behaved (D) No improvement

77. My admonishing to him will not change his mind. Sentence Improvement

(A) admonishing at him (B) admonishing him (C) admonishing for him (D) No improvement

78. Surbhi’s father did not want her to have spent all her money at the fair.

(A) to be spending (B) to have been spending (C) to spend (D) No improvement

79. Basmati rice is more superior than most other varieties of rice. Sentence Improvement

(A) superior than (B) more superior to (C) superior to (D) No improvement

80.Those were the days when we would all go out together.

(A) will all go out (B) will be going out (C) would have been going (D) No improvement

81. Beside being a poet, he is also a famous singer.

(A) Besides being (B) Besides becoming (C) Beside becoming (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

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82.A large number of people have fallen victim to dengue fever.

(A) Of  (B) from (C) with (D) No improvement

83.The stranger asked the little girl what is her name.

(A) what her name is (B) what her name was (C) what was her name (D) No improvement

84.She scoffed on the idea of revolution. Sentence Improvement

(A) for (B) at (C) about (D) No improvement

85.The Minister denied reports that prices will rose after the budget. Sentence Improvement

(A) would rise after (B) will now rise .(C) is rising up (D) No correction required

86. His life is an example of how the human  will can flourish even in harsh conditions. 

(A) what the human will can (B) how the human can and will (C) when the human will can (D) No correction required

87. Enlightenment were a state of relaxed awareness.

(A) had (B) has (C) is (D) No improvement

88. I complimented him for his success in 1 the examination.

(A) about (B) on (C) at (D) No improvement

89. He should not had ignored his friend.

(A) should not have (B) should have not (C) should not has (D) No improvement

90. It was quite clear that the runner could be able to improve upon his own record.

(A) will be able (B) should be able (C) would be able (D) No improvement

91. This work of art is worthy to praise. (A) for (B) of (C) about (D) No improvement

92. Rakesh didn’t knew my address.

(A) didn’t known (B) didn’t have (C) didn’t know (D) No improvement

93. Mary would not go to the market unless I go with her.

(A) shall go (B) went (C) would go (D) No improvement

94.Flowers embellishment the beauty of our surroundings. Sentence Improvement

(A) replenish (B) enhance (C) destroys (D) No improvement

95. The cheapest electronic good are manufactured in China.

(A) electronical good (B) electrical good (C) electronic goods (D) No improvement

96. I have been living in Delhi from 1989. Sentence Improvement

(A) ever since (B) since (C) in (D) No improvement

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97. The student who will score the maximum marks, will be awarded a certificate.

(A) who score the maximum marks (B) who would score the maximum marks (C) who would be scoring the maximum marks (D) No improvement

98. She congratulated him on his success in the examination.

(A) about (B) for (D) at (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

99. The team has been practising from the past two months.

(A) since the past (B) for the past (C) for past (D) No improvement

100. Her brother may have aged when she last saw him.

(A) since she last saw him (B) from when she last saw him (C) before she last saw him (D) No improvement

101. She is really looking forward to interact with the poet. Sentence Improvement

(A) looking forward for interacting (B) looking forward to interacting (C) looking forward towards interacting (D) No improvement

102. Frank stood beside to Harry.

(A) beside (B) besides (C) besides to (D) No improvement

103. If I will go there, I shall buy the book. 

(A) I went (B) I shall go (C) I go. (D) No improvement

104. It took her a long time to get past her failure in the medical examination.

(A) through (B) over (C) by (D) No improvement Sentence Improvement

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Answers with explanation

1.(A) Two comparative degrees never comes together. Change ‘more funnier’ into ‘funnier’.. Moreover ‘than’ is preceded by a comparative degree. So all other options here cannot be considered.

2. B) If two subjects are joined by either….or, the verb will agree with the nearest subject. Change ‘are’ into ‘is’.

3.(C) Article ‘the’ comes before ‘superlative degree of adjectives’ and not with ‘comparative degree’.’ Change ‘more’ into ‘most.

4.(B) ‘Between’ is used for ‘two’. Change beside’ into ‘between’: Sentence Improvement

5.(B) Each other – denotes mutual relationship between two people or thing. One another – denotes mutual relationship among more than two things or persons. Change ‘each other’ into ‘one another’.

6.(A) ‘Broadcast’ as a verb remains the same in 2nd and 3rd form. Change ‘was broadcasted’ into ‘was broadcast’.

7.(C) Change ‘mother-in-laws’ into ‘mothers in-law’. Sentence Improvement

8.(C) Possessive adjective ‘their’ must be used here as it is followed by a noun ‘bus’. ‘Theirs’ is inappropriate as ‘theirs’ is a pronoun and it cannot be followed by a noun ‘bus’. Change ‘there’ into “their”.

9.(C) ‘For’/’since’ + ‘time’ in used in ‘Perfect’ and ‘Perfect Continuous Tense’. Change ‘was working into ‘has been working’.

10. ( b) Simple Present Tense is used for present routine action. Change ‘are liking’ into ‘like’. Moreover ‘like is generally not used in ‘ing’ form.

11.(A) Suppose’ and ‘if never come together as this will make the sentence superfluous. Superfluous means more than what is necessary’. Change ‘Supposing if he comes’ into ‘If he comes’.

12.(C) The ‘sentence’ and the ‘question tag must be in the same tense. Change ‘isn’t it’ into ‘don’t’ they’. .

13.(B) ‘Each other’ denotes ‘mutual relationship between two persons/ things’. One another’ denotes ‘mutual relationship among more than two persons or things’… Change ‘one another into ‘each other’.

14.(C) If past time’ is given in a sentence, the sentence is in ‘Simple Past Tense’. Change ‘had been’into ‘was’. Here both the ‘state’ and ‘action’ are of the same tense. Hence both will be in simple past tense. Sentence Improvement

15.(B) Teachers give a test. Students take a test. Change ‘give’ into ‘take’.

16.(B). Change ‘starting into ‘going’. Sentence Improvement

17.(B) ‘Was’ is not used with any subject if the sentence is imaginary. Change ‘If I was you’into ‘If I were you’. .

18. (C) Prefer is followed by ‘to’ not ‘than’. Moreover ‘prefer’ is followed by both a ‘Gerund’ and ‘Infinitive’. Change ‘to ride than to walk’ into ‘riding to walking’ because ‘to walk’ looks awkward after ‘to’.

19.(B) ‘Astonished’ is followed by preposition. ‘at’. Change ‘through’ into ‘at’.

20.(C) If ‘two sentences’ are joined by “after’, the 1st action is in Past Perfect Tense and the 2nd action is in Simple Past Tense.

 Simple Past {2nd action } + after +  Past Perfect ( 1st  action )

Change ‘read’ into ‘had read’.

21.(D) The 2nd action is the outcome of the state of being to be a braveheart). Hence ‘as’ is an appropriate option here.

22.(C) Change ‘worked into ‘was working’. ‘While’ shows that the 2nd action was going on when the 1st action took place.

23.(A) ‘Yet’ and ‘so far’ mean ‘upto the time when the sentence was spoken’ and are generally used in Present Perfect Tense. Hence ‘Present Perfect’ is the most appropriate Tense here. Sentence Improvement

24.(B) If two sentences are joined by ‘before’, the first action is in Past Perfect Tense and the 2nd action is in Simple Past Tense.

25.(A) If the sentence starts with ‘It’s time or It’s high time’, and if it is followed by a subject, the verb will be in second (V.) form. Change ‘sell’ into ‘sold’. Sentence Improvement

26. (D )The 2nd action/ state is opposite to the 1st one. Hence ‘although’ is best suited here.

27. ( b )The ‘sentence’ and ‘question tag’ must be in the same tense. Change ‘didn’t he’ into ‘wasn’t he’.

28.(C) Sentence is in Interrogative form. Change ‘you have been doing’ into ‘have you been doing’. Helping verb will come before the subject.

29.(B) ‘No sooner’ is followed by ‘than’. Change ‘and’ into ‘than’.

30.(C) The fixed preposition that comes with ‘disposed’ is ‘of’. Sentence Improvement

disposed of – to get rid of – छुटकारा पाना

31.(B) If the sentence’ is positive, the question tag must be negative. Change ‘can we’ into “can’t we’.

32. ( C) The structure of Conditional Sentence of past is If + Sub + had + V2, Sub + would + have + V3 :

33.(D) Answer to (a person) -को जबाब देना

Answer for (something some act) – का जबाबदेह होना


35.(C) Change ‘reached at Calcutta’ into ‘reached Calcutta’. ‘Reach’ does not take any preposition if it is followed by a destination.

36.(B) ‘1st form of verb is used with did’ as two V, cannot come together. Change ‘did not saw’ into ‘did not see’.

37.(B) ‘Behave’ is verb and we know that an adverb qualifies the verb Change ‘like coward’ into ‘in a cowardly manner’. ‘Cowardly’ is an adjective.

38.(D) Note: ‘Both ……. not’ is not correct to use. For ‘O out of two’ we use ‘neither of.

39.(D) For past routine action, we use ‘used to + base form of verb’. Sentence Improvement

40.(B) If the 2nd action starts, after the 1st action is over, the 1st action will be in Present Perfect Tense and the second action will be in Simple Present Tense. Change (finished into ‘has finished.” 

41.(C) ‘Exceed’ and ‘more-than’ together make a sentence superfluous. Change ‘exceed more than’ into ‘exceed’.

42.( c )Change ‘to be rich”into have been rich’ It seems that he was rich earlier.


44.(B) ‘Yet’ is generally used in present perfect negative sentences. Change ‘did you finish’into ‘haven’t you finish’.

45. (  C ) Simple future is never used immediately after ‘as soon as’. Change ‘I’will know’ into ‘I know.’ Moreover if two actions take place one after the other in future, the 1st action is in simple present tense and the 2nd is in simple future tense.

46.(B) Change ‘have it red painted’ into ‘have it painted red’. The action is of causative verb.

47.(A) ‘But’ and ‘on the contrary’ if used together, make the sentence superfluous. Change ‘on the contrary’ into ‘on the whole.’

48.(A) The sentence and the question tag must be in the same person. The postman being singular will take ‘does’ and not do’.

49. ( c ) Change ‘don’t he’ into ‘doesn’t he’.

49.(C) Change ‘at’ into ‘during’. Here we are talking about a period of time at a stretch. ‘At’ denotes a point of time.

50.(A) Who is used for the subject. ‘ Change ‘whom’ into ‘who’.

51.(D) ‘For’ is used for a period of time.

52.(B) ‘Beside’ means ‘Next to(  के बगल में )  and

‘Besides’ means ‘apart from’ (के आलावा ). Change ‘besides’ into ‘beside’.

53.(A) In Future Conditional Sentences, the 1st action is in simple present tense.

54.(A) Change ‘anything than into ‘any thing other than Sentence Improvement

55. (C ) One’ always takes ‘one’s’ as possessive adjective. Change his parents’ into ‘one’s parents’.

56. (B) ‘No sooner’ is followed by ‘than’. Change ‘when she fainted’ into ‘than she fainted’.

57.(C) The sentence and the question tag must be in the same tense. Change ‘isn’t it’ into ‘weren’t they’.

58.(B) Whomsoever – (जिस किसी को भी ) is used as an object. Whosoever – (जो कोई भी ) is used as a subject. Change whomsoever’ into whosoever’.

59.(C) for/ since + time is used in perfect or perfect continuous tense but the sentence is still incorrect as the action ‘parents came’ shows that it is of past. Hence change ‘has lived into ‘had been living’.

60.(B) Change ‘saw’ into ‘had seen’. Sentence is of Indirect speech’.

61. ( d ) When a proper noun is used as an example to compare some other proper noun with it, the proper noun is preceded by an article.

62.(A) Change ‘for’ into on’.

63.(A) ‘Those’ is used for more than one distant thing/person. Change ‘them’ into ‘those’. ‘Them’ cannot be followed by a noun ‘shoes’ as ‘them’ is a pronoun. We know that pronoun comes in place of a noun and not with a noun.

64.(B) ‘Begin’ is followed by a gerund.

65.(B) Change ‘in one quarter of an hour’ into ‘a quarter of an hour’. One is used in place of a) an only when we need to emphasise ‘one’.

66.(B) Bid is followed by a bare infinitive in active voice. Change ‘ordered into ‘bade’ because if we use ‘ordered’, ‘asked’ or ‘requested’, we will need ‘to open’ and not just ‘open’ which is given in the sentence.

67 ( c ) .Know always takes ‘wh’ family, if it is followed by ‘to + base form of verb’. Change ‘do you know to prepare’ into ‘do you know how to prepare’.

68.(D) ‘Neither…..nor’ is the correct pair of correlative. Sentence Improvement

69.(A) Change ‘read’ into ‘was reading’. ‘While’ shows that the action was in continuation.

70.(B) ‘Said’ takes ‘to’ if it is followed by an object. Change ‘said me about into ‘said abouť.

71.(C) ‘Prefer’ is followed by ‘to’. Change ‘than’ into ‘to’..


73.(A) Change ‘provided’ into ‘unless’. ‘Provided here means ‘in case’. ‘He won’t hear you provided you shout’ is  an absurd sentence.

74.(A) Change ‘at an anchor’ into ‘at anchor’. Here no article is needed as ‘at anchor’. ‘At anchor’ means to hold something (such as ship) firmly in place — (जहाज में लंगर लगाना )

75.(A) The first action is in past perfect and the 2nd action is in simple past tense. Change ‘already began’ into ‘had already begun’.

76.(C) Main subject of this sentence is ‘My group’. Verb is used according to the main sub. Change ‘are well behaved’ into ‘is well


77.(B) Change ‘admonishing to him’ into ‘admonishing him’. Verb ‘admonish’ does not take any preposition.

78.(C)  Sentence Improvement

79.(C) Superior becomes superfluous with ‘more’ and adjectives that end in ‘ior’ takes ‘to’ and not ‘than’. Change more superior than’ into ‘superior to’.

80.(D) Here ‘would’ will come and not ‘will’ as the sentence is in past.

81.(A) Beside – By the side of, adjacent – के बगल में

Besides – Apart from -के अलावा Change ‘beside being into ‘besides being’.

82.(D) Victim of – का पीड़ित होना   (Eg: She is a victim of child abuse)

fall victim to -शिकार हो जाना  (Eg: She fell victim to human trafficking)

83.(B) “What has been used as a relative pronoun in this sentence. The sentence is not interrogative. Hence helping verb will come after the subject. Moreover the sentence is in past. Change ‘what is her name’ into ‘what her name was’.

84. b ) Change ‘on into at’. Scoffed at – to ridicule — मजाक उड़ाना

85.(A) Change ‘will rose after’ into ‘would rise after’. The sentence is in past. Hence ‘will’ cannot be used. Modals are followed by ‘base form of verb’.

86.(D) Here ‘human will’ means ‘human determination’.

87.(C) Change ‘were’ into ‘is’. Here the subject ‘Enlightenment’ is a singular subject and hence will take a singular verb.

88.(B) Change ‘for’ into ‘on’. Eg:- Complimented on his success (2) Complimented for his new house.

89.(A) Change ‘should not had’ into ‘should not have’. Base form of verb comes after all modals.

90.(C) Both ‘able to’ and ‘could/can’ show capacity. Hence they are never used together in a sentence. Change ‘could be able’ into ‘would be able’.

91.(B) Worthy of (trust, etc.) –के लायक

Change ‘to’ into ‘of’.

92.(C) First form of verb is used with did’. Change ‘didn’t knew’ into ‘didn’t know’.

93.(B) Sentence is in past. (Here would’ is V form of will’) Change ‘go’ into ‘went’ into ’embellishment

94.(B) Change ‘enhance’. ‘Embellishment is a noun. Its verb form is ’embellish’.

95.(C) Good (Adj) – अच्छा

Goods (Noun) – Movable property – सामान

Change ‘electronic good’ into ‘electroni goods’. :

96.(B) Both ‘since’ and ‘from’ are used fa ‘point of time’ but ‘since’ is preferre to ‘from’ if the point of time is of pas

97.(A) In future conditional sentences, the first action is in simple present ten: and the 2nd action is in future tens Change who will score the maximum marks’ into ‘who scores the maximum marks’.

98.(D) ‘Congratulate’ takes preposition ‘on’ – पर बधाई देना

99.(B) ‘For’ is used for ‘duration’.

 100.(A) Pres. Perf.  See Present Perfect tense (last point) of Volume 1. If ‘since’ is followed bý simple past, it is preceded by present perfect tense. Here the action is a possibility. ‘may have Va’ is best suited.

101.(B) ‘Look forward to’ is followed by a ‘gerund’. Change ‘looking forward to interact’into ‘looking forward to interacting’.

102.(A) Beside – By the side of — के बगल में

Change beside to’ into beside’.

103.(C) Double future sentences never come together if one action is followed by the other action. The 1st action is in simple present tense. Change ‘I will go’ into ‘I go’

104.(B) Change ‘past into ‘over’. Get over means ‘to overcome’. We overcome our failures.

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