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Important English Questions | Practice Now | 20th July 2019

Important English Questions | Practice Now | 20th July 2019_30.1

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Directions (1-10): Look at the bracketed part of each sentence. Below each sentence are given three possible substitutions for the bracketed part. If one of them (a), (b) or (c) is better than the bracketed part, indicate your response on the Answer Sheet against the corresponding letter (a), (b) or (c). If none of the substitutions improve the sentence, indicate (d) as your response on the Answer Sheet. Thus a ‘No improvement’ response will be signified by the letter (d).
Q1. As there was no time, the remaining items (were deferred into) the next meeting.
(a) were deferred to
(b) were deferred till
(c) are deferred up to
(d) No Improvement
Q2. As soon as our plan is approved, I shall favor (its’) adoption.
(a) our 
(b) it’s 
(c) its
(d) No Improvement
Q3. The country is in (as much disorder) that it will take years to set it right.
(a) most disorder 
(b) so disorder
(c) so much disorder
(d) No Improvement
Q4. He (makes friends) with all kinds of people.
(a) makes friendship 
(b) makes friend 
(c) made friendship
(d) No Improvement
Q5. The mother has not seen the child for several months and now eagerly (looks forward to seeing) him.
(a) look forward to seeing
(b) looking forward to seeing
(c) looks ahead to
(d) No Improvement
Q6. He seemed to (pander) when journalists asked pointed questions.
(a) gambol
(b) supplant
(c) prevaricate
(d) No Improvement
Q7. It is high time they (burst with anger) for not getting justice from the High Court. 
(a) bursted with anger
(b) bursted for anger
(c) burst on getting angry 
(d) No Improvement
Q8. Illness, injury, food poisoning, grief- any of these things can (prostate) people or lying down in a helpless position. 
(a) prostrate 
(b) prospect
(c) prosecute
(d) No Improvement 
Q9. Even after being sentenced to life in prison, the (impenitent) man was not sorry for his crimes.
(a) compunctious
(b) contrite 
(c) insular
(d) No Improvement
Q10. The orphans have been clamouring for nutritious food (from the past) two weeks.
(a) since the past
(b) for the past
(c) for past
(d) No Improvement

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