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Which bold word of the following sentence is misspelled or inappropriate?
The objective (a)/ of the programme (b)/ is to entertain (c)/ the masses. (d)
His derogatory (a)/ remark hummiliated (b)/ me, but I controlled my (c)/ emotions and didn’t allow my work to be affected (d)/ by it.
The correct spelling is ‘humiliated’.
Their endeavour (a)/ is worthy (b)/ of admiration (c)/ and apreciation. (d)
The correct spelling is ‘appreciation’.
Before he could rich (a)/ the site (b)/ of the maidan, the criminals (c)/ had decamped. (d)
It should be ‘reach’ in place of ‘rich’.
The unscrupulous (a)/ elements involved in snatching (b)/ ladies’ necklesses (c)/ have been arrested. (d)
The correct spelling is ‘necklaces’.
This firm which is based (a)/ in France is prepaired (b)/ to finance (c)/ small Indian businesses which produce (d)/environment-friendly products.
It should be ‘prepared’ in place of ‘prepaired’.
Despite intense (a)/ pressure (b)/ from his superiors he refused to discloze (c)/ the findings (d)/ of the report.
The correct spelling is ‘disclose’.
Corporates have benefited tremendously (a)/ from the government’s timely (b)/ decision to waive (c)/ various tax. (d)
It should be ‘taxes’ in place of ‘tax’ because ‘various’ is plural.
Since you are unable (a)/ to repay the loan you have no alternate (b)/ but to seek (c)/ an extension. (d)
It should be ‘altenative’ in place of ‘alternate’.
A major (a)/ disadvantage (b)/ of this deal is that we shall have to bear (c)/ the cost (d)/ of training.
The bank’s fluctuating (a)/ performance over the prior (b)/ year has been a major (c)/ cause (d)/ for concern.
It should be “previous” in place of “prior”.
An economy relies (a)/ on its access (c)/ to dependable (c)/ and affordable (d)/ sources of energy.
Researches have used data prevalent (a)/ to manufacturing companies to illustrate (b)/ the harmful (c)/ impacts (d)/ of technology on the environment.
It should be ‘effects’ in place of ‘impacts’.
Such a situation (a)/ is neither feasible (b)/ nor desirable (c)/ in a democratic country like ours. (d)
The gradual (a)/ withdrawal (b)/ of such safety (c)/ mechanisims (d)/ will affect small and medium industries the most.
The correct spelling is “mechanisms”.
Though these programmes have proved (a)/ to be extremely (b)/ effective (c)/ they do have certain drawbacks. (d)
In order to confront (a)/ the threat (b)/ of global warming it is imperative (c)/ that we work all together. (d)
It should be ‘altogether’ in place of ‘all together’.
Any failure (a)/ to complicit (b)/ will these fundamental regulations (c)/ will result a fine. (d)
It should be ‘comply’ in place of ‘complicit’.
We plan to complete the exhaustive (a)/ performance (b)/ review (c)/ undertook (d)/ by us.
It should be ‘undertaken’ in place of ‘undertook’
The manager complamented (a)/ her team for meeting (b)/ targets and performing (c)/ with excellence. (d)
The correct spelling is ‘complemented’.
The ongoing conflict bought (a)/ up information and insights (b)/ that would have to be digested (c)/ by both parties (d)/ at a later time.
It should be ‘brought’ in place of ‘bought’.
There are a number of factors (a)/ which render (b)/ a country suitable or insuitable (c)/ for the rapid development of commercial (d)/ aviation.
The woman gave the beggar (a)/ a big sum (b)/ of money to show him her caring (c)/ and concern. (d)
It should be ‘care’ in place of ‘caring’.
The best way of attracting (a)/ someone’s rapt attention (b)/ is to give them the rare experience (c)/ of being fully herd. (d)
It should be ‘heard’ in place of ‘herd’.
The whole (a)/ time she walked with her child in her arms, the only thing (b)/ that worried (c)/ her was her son’s feature. (d)
It should be ‘here was her son’s future’.