Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is required :

Directions: In the following Ten Questions, a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is required, choose “No Improvement” option. Mark your answer in the Answer-Sheet.

  1. Either Kiran or Mala is sure to be chosen for the school debate team.
    (a) Either Kiran or Mala are sure to
    (b) Either Kiran nor Mala are sure to
    (c) Either Kiran or Mala will
    (d) No Improvement
  2. Tom was standing beside the school house poster, when the ball rolled towards him.
    (a) standing beside the school-house poster
    (b) stand beside the school house poster
    (c) stood beside the school-house poster
    (d) No Improvement
  3. No sane person or government can tolerate terrorists of any degree or kind.
    (a) terrorism of any degree or kind
    (b) terrorise of any degree or Kind
    (c) torture of any degree or kind
    (d) No Improvement
  4. Saibal has got an extensive to finish writing his thesis
    (a) an extended
    (b) an extension
    (c) an extension
    (d) No Improvement
  5. She stood by him under all conditions and undaunted by anything.
    (a) without reserve
    (b) without hesitation
    (c) through thick and thin
    (d) No Improvement
  6. Sheela was reprimanded by the school Marshall for cominglately to school.
    (a) to school lately
    (b) late to school
    (c) to school later
    (d) No Improvement
  7. Kunal looked very manliness in his police uniform.
    (a) menliness
    (b) man-like
    (c) manly
    (d) No Improvement
  8. The school was very co-operation when we made a documentary film there.
    (a) very co-operator
    (b) very co-operative
    (c) very co-operated
    (d) No Improvement
  9. “I would like to tell you about this my friend,” said John.
    (a) this friend of mine
    (b) the friend of mine
    (c) this friend
    (d) No Improvement
  10. The boat was drowned.
    (a) was sunk
    (b) was drown
    (c) was sink
    (d) no Improvement
Anurag Mishra Professor Asked on 8th February 2016 in English.
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