Directions: In question below, a sentence with four words printed in bold type is given. One of these four words printed in bold may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any.
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Question 1 of 25
It is indeed recommendable (a)/ that the apex court has deemed (b)/ it necessary to remind the government of its duties in promoting (c)/ education and investing (d)/ in it. All correct (e)
The right word– commendable
Question 2 of 25
He took great pains (a)/ to save (b)/ many dyeing (c)/ folk arts and helped the artists to live an honourable life (d)/. All correct (e)
It should be dying at place of dyeing.
Question 3 of 25
Kindly note (a)/ our address (b)/ and use it in (c)/ all the farther communication (d)/ . All correct (e)
It should be further in place of farther.
Question 4 of 25
We are already (a)/ to fight (b)/ the battle (c)/ let the enemy come (d)/ . All correct (e)
It should be ready in place of already.
Question 5 of 25
In the latest (a)/ few months the number of contracts (b)/we have secured (c)/has declined (d)/ sharply. All correct (e)
Appropriate word – last.
Question 6 of 25
She vested (a)/ her time in chatting (b)/ over the phone and ultimately (c)/ ended up not finishing (d)/ her work. All correct (e)
It should be wasted instead of vested.
Question 7 of 25
She had not eaten (a)/ anything (b)/ for a very long time now and her stomach (c)/ was groling (d)/ All correct (e)
It should be griping which means a sudden strong pain in stomach.
Question 8 of 25
Half of the harm (a)/ that is done in this world (b)/ is due to people (c)/ who want to feel important (d)/ All correct (e)
No correction is required.
Question 9 of 25
Life is like a mirror (a)/ smile at it and its charmeng (b)/ frown (c)/ at it and it becomes sinister (d)/ All correct (e)
The correct spelling is charming.
Question 10 of 25
In case of any land dispute (a) / panchayat officials (b) / will determine (c) / how the property is to be dividend (d) / All correct (e)
Use ‘divided’ instead of ‘dividend’.
Question 11 of 25
The World Bank has consented (a) / to sanction (b) / the necessary (c) / finance (d) / for the project. All correct (e)
Use ‘agreed’ properly for ‘consented’.
Question 12 of 25
To obtain (a) / a refund you will have to fill (b) / a claim (c) / with the appropriate (d) / authority. All correct (e)
Use ‘file’ instead of ‘fill’.
Question 13 of 25
Experts predict (a) / there will be shortage (b) / of investment (c) / in the infrastructure (d) / sector. All correct (c)
Apply ‘funds’ for ‘investment’.
Question 14 of 25
His derogatory (a) / remark humiliated (b) / me, but I kept my cool (c) / and didn’t allow my work to be affected (d) / by it. All correct (e)
No correction required.
Question 15 of 25
The suspected (a) / criminals (b) / who were accused (c) / of snatching ladies necklesses (d) / were finally booked. All Correct (e)
It should be “necklaces”
Question 16 of 25
Our firm (a)/ manages (b)/ the investment of several (c)/ foreigner (d)/ companies in India. All correct (e)
In place of foreigner the word ‘foreign’ (Adjective) should be used.
Question 17 of 25
The panel (a) is suppose (b)/ to meet tomorrow to sanction (c)/the purchase (d)/ of new premises. All correct (e)
The word suppose should be replaced by ‘supposed’.
Question 18 of 25
Although (a)/ it was the first time the King had lead (b)/ his troopes to the battle, he showed (c)/ remarkable (d)/ courage. All correct (e)
Correct word is : led
Question 19 of 25
As the dinner was ready (a)/ the hosts requested (b)/ everyone to procede (c)/ to the dining (d)/ hall. All correct (e)
Correct word is : proceed.
Question 20 of 25
The police stopped (a)/ him and asked for the lisence (b)/ which he unfortunately (c)/ did not carry while going (d)/ for the drive. All correct (e)
Correct spelling is : license.
Question 21 of 25
His father thought (a)/ that he had more potential (b)/ to become (c)/ an engineerthen (d)/ a doctor. All correct (e)
Correct word is : then
Question 22 of 25
The doctors at the hospital says (a)/ that he will be absolutely (b)/ fine within a week’s time, given (c)/ that he follows their advice. (d)/ All correct (e)
The subject of the sentence, ‘doctors’ is plural. Hence the plural verb ‘say’ will be used.
Question 23 of 25
Many people in India cherish (a)/ a desire to immigrate (b)/ to developed (c)/ countries to make a fortune (d)/. All correct (e)
Replace immigrate by emigrate.
Question 24 of 25
The perception (a)/ of animal life was even more ambigious (b)/ because of anthropomorphic (c)/ characterisations of animal behaviour (d)/. All correct (e)
The right spelling – ambiguous
Question 25 of 25
Policy of permitting (a)/ legal (b)/ import of gold has stimulated (c)/its consumation (d)/. All correct (e)