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Directions(Q1-3): Choose the appropriate word(s)/sentence(s) from the following options.
Q1. Gopal’s father _________from England yesterday.
(a) Has returned
(c) Was returning
(d) Will have returned
Q2. Ram ________to Kolkata yesterday.
(b) Has gone
(d) Would be going
Q3. Last week, I _______ netball.
(b) Was played
(d) Was play
Q4. It is time we leave.
(b) Have to leave
(c) Would leave
(d) No improvement
Directions (Q5-10): Each question in this section has a sentence with three parts labelled (1), (2), and (3). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in any part and indicate your answer in the Answer Sheet against the corresponding letter i.e. (1) or (2) or (3). If you find no error, your answer should be indicated as (4).
Q5. When I fall (1)/ to solve the problem myself (2)/ I unhesitatingly called for his help (3). / No error (4)
Q6. They came here in (1)/ the evening and begin making (2)/ further arrangement (3)/ No error. (4)
Q7. The cook quickly (1)/ come inside and (2)/ caught hold of (3)/ the surprised crow. (4)/ No error (5)
Q8. She stopped singing (1)/as soon as the telephone (2)/rings form across the hall(3)./No error(4)
Q9. The camp beside (1)/ours (2)/has been built in 1966(3)/by John’s brother(4)./No error (5).
Q10. Forty minutes later (1)/ James return to his family (2)/bearing an important piece of news (3)./No error(4)
Here, simple past should be used as the sentence shows past time.
It is a past event. Hence, past simple should be used.
For a past event, simple past should be used. Therefore, you should use ‘played’.
Here, simple past should be used as the sentence starts with ’It is time’.
The sentence shows past time. Hence, when I failed (simple past) should be used.
First clause is in simple past. Hence, the evening and began making (simple past) ……should be used.
Here, came inside and …… should be used.
Rang form across the hall should be used.
Here, past is evident. Hence, simple past i.e. was built in 1966 …….should be used.
The sentence shows past time. Hence, James returned to his family ……should be used.
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