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Which bold word of the following sentence is misspelled or inappropriate?
When the young artist returned (a)/ to his village, his family held a festive (b)/ dinner on its lawn to celebrate his triumpant (c)/ homecoming. (d)
The correct spelling should be ‘triumphant’.
Had she not suppressed (a)/ all the details of her Company’s project (b)/ her Company would have bagged (c)/ the contract. (d)
The word ‘suppressed’ should be replaced by ‘revealed’ or ‘leaked’ in the sentence.
She trusted Mira with all her heart (a)/ and thus handled (b)/ over her life’s (c)/ savings to her instantly. (d)
The word ‘handled’ should be replaced by ‘handed’ in the sentence. ‘handed over’ means the act of moving power or responsibility from one person to another.
It is difficullt (a)/ to see the picture (b)/ when you are inside (c)/ the frame. (d)
The correct spelling is difficult.
The Government is certain (a)/ to amend (b)/ the law to prevail (c)/ the crisis. (d)
In place of ‘prevail’ we should use ‘overcome’
Except (a)/ for a few, the majority (b)/ of our staff has been recruited (c)/ temporary. (d)
In place of ‘temporarily’ we should use ‘temporarily’
They patiently (a)/ explained (b)/ the procedure (c) for appling (d)/ for a loan to the villagers.
Correct spelling is ‘applying’.
One can succeed (a)/ in business unless (b)/ one is prepared (c)/ to take risks. (d)
In place of ‘succeed’ we should use ‘fail’
It is not unusual (a)/ for guests of the hotel to carry (b)/ souveniers (c)/ back with them when they return (d)/ to their homes.
The correct spelling is ‘souvenirs’ which means memento, reminder, memorial, etc.
Home loan borrowers (a)/ will be definitely (b)/ affected (c)/ since banks have raised their lending rates of interest. (d)
The objective (a)/ of the programme (b)/ is to entertin (c)/ the spectators. (d)
It should be ‘entertain’.
Enforcement of laws and clean and efficiency (a)/ administration are fundamental (b)/ functions of the government machinery (c)/ known as bureaucracy. (d)
It should be ‘efficient’.
The quantification (a)/ of intellectual property is more complicating (b)/ than most pricing because today it is relatively (c)/ inexpensive (d)/ to make copies of most intellectual property.
It should be ‘complicated’.
The perception (a)/ of animal life was even more ambiguous (b)/ because of anthropomorphic (c)/ characterisations (d)/ of animal behaviour.
The right spelling is ‘ambiguous’.
Policy of permitting (a)/ legal (b)/ import of gold has stimulated (c)/ its consumation. (d)
The right word is ‘consumption’.
His continually (a)/ defending (b)/ his stand on the issue has risen (c)/ doubts (d)/ in the mind of the jury.
It should the ‘raised’ in place of ‘risen’
The government’s strategy to encourage (a)/ entrepreneurship (b)/ gathers momentum (c)/ with unenvisaged (d)/ response.
The right spelling is ‘entrepreneurship’.
It is better to seek (a)/ advice (b)/ from a financial consultant (c)/ on how to safe (d)/ your business.
The correct word is ‘save’.
This is the list (a)/ of people who should be insisted (b)/ to participate (c)/ in the conference. (d)
The correct word is ‘persuaded’.
Since this offer is available (a)/ for a limited (b)/ period alone (c)/ you should register (d)/ immediately.
The correct word is ‘only’.
I patently (a)/ explained (b)/ to the customer that it was not possible (c)/ to fulfill his request. (d)
Correct spelling is ‘patiently’.
An exhorbitantly (a)/ rigid attitude may prove (b)/ very dangerous, (c)/ even fatal. (d)
We could use the adverb ‘extremely’ in place of ‘exorbitantly’.
Although (a)/ I was paid significantly (b)/ low, I found my salary to be insufficient (c)/ or rather inadequate. (d)
use ‘sufficient’ in place of ‘insufficient’.
There is hardly any resemblence (a)/ between the faces of (b)/ the so-called identical (c)/ twins. (d)
The correct spelling is ‘resemblance’.
Imported items are costlier (a)/ than there (b)/ domestic (c)/ counterparts. (d)
It should be ‘their’ in place of ‘there’.