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Which bold word of the following sentence is misspelled or inappropriate?
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.
It should be ‘commendable’ in place of ‘recommendable’.
He took great pains (a)/ to save (b)/ many dyeing (c)/ folk arts and helped the artists to live an honourable life. (d)
It should be ‘dying’ in place of ‘dyeing’.
Kindly note (a)/ our address (b)/ and use it in (c)/ all the farther communication. (d)
It should be ‘further’ in place of ‘farther’.
We are already (a)/ to fight (b)/ the battle (c)/ let the enemy come. (d)
It should be ‘ready’ in place of ‘already’.
In the latest (a)/ few months the number of contracts (b)/ we have secured (c)/ has declined (d)/ sharply.
It should be ‘last’ in place of ‘latest’.
She vested (a)/ her time in chatting (b)/ over the phone and ultimately (c)/ ended up not finishing (d)/ her work.
It should be ‘wasted’ instead of ‘vested’.
She had not eaten (a)/ anything (b)/ for a very long time now and her stomach (c)/ was groling. (d)
It should be ‘growling in place of ‘groling’. His stomach growled.
Half of the harm (a)/ that is done in this world (b)/ is due to people (c)/ who want to feel important. (d)
No correction is required.
Life is like a mirror (a)/ smile at it and its charmeng (b)/ frown (c)/ at it and it becomes sinister. (d)
The correct spelling is ‘charming’.
In case of any land dispute (a)/ panchayat officials (b)/ will determine (c)/ how the property is to be dividend. (d)
Use ‘divided’ instead of ‘dividend’.
The World Bank has consented (a)/ to sanction (b)/ the necessary (c)/ finance (d)/ for the project.
Use ‘agreed’ properly for ‘consented’.
To obtain (a)/ a refund you will have to fill (b)/ a claim (c)/ with the appropriate (d)/ authority.
Use ‘file’ instead of ‘fill’.
Experts predict (a)/ there will be shortage (b)/ of investment (c)/ in the infrastructure (d)/ sector.
Apply ‘funds’ for ‘investment’.
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.
No correction required.
The suspected (a)/ criminals (b)/ who were accused (c)/ of snatching ladies’ necklaces were lastly booked. (d)
It should be ‘finally’ in place of ‘lastly’
Our firm (a)/ manages (b)/ the investment of several (c)/ foreigner (d)/ companies in India.
In place of ‘foreigner’, the word ‘foreign’ (Adjective) should be used.
The panel (a) is suppose (b)/ to meet tomorrow to sanction (c)/ the purchase (d)/ of new premises.
The word ‘suppose’ should be replaced by ‘supposed’.
Although (a)/ it was the first time the King had lead (b)/ his troops to the battle, he showed (c)/ remarkable (d)/ courage.
It should be ‘led’ in place of ‘lead’.
As the dinner was ready (a)/ the hosts requested (b)/ everyone to procede (c)/ to the dining (d)/ hall.
It should be ‘proceed’ in place of ‘procede’
The police stopped (a)/ him and asked for the lisence (b)/ which he unfortunately (c)/ did not carry while going (d)/ for the drive.
Correct spelling is ‘license’.
His father thought (a)/ that he had more potential (b)/ to become (c)/ an engineer then (d)/ a doctor.
It should ‘than’ instead of ‘then’.
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)
The subject of the sentence, ‘doctors’ is plural. Hence the plural verb ‘say’ will be used.
Many people in India cherish (a)/ a desire to immigrate (b)/ to developed (c)/ countries to make a fortune. (d)
Replace ‘immigrate’ by ’emigrate’.