1 . Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and 'No correction is required',mark(5) astheanswer.
Since books are quite expensive that many children do not have access to them.
A.  more expensive than
B.  so expensive that
C.  very expensive
D.  too expensive for
E.  No correction required
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2 . Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and 'No correction is required',mark(5) astheanswer.
At the meeting they told us what kind of difficulties we may likely to face while establishing a rural branch.
A.  may like to face
B.  were being faced
C.  could be likely face
D.  would be likely to face
E.  No correction required
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3 . Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and 'No correction is required',mark(5) astheanswer.
What response you get to the proposal that you circulated among our investors?
A.  response have you
B.  response did you
C.  were your responses
D.  did you respond
E.  No correction required
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4 . Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and 'No correction is required',mark(5) astheanswer.
One of our representatives will meet you at the airport and accompanies you to our office.
A.  and accompany you
B.  to accompany
C.  accompanying you
D.  will be accompanied by you
E.  No correction required
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5 . Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and 'No correction is required',mark(5) astheanswer.
I knew that because I refused to accept the old man's gift I would hurt his feelings.
A.  not to refuse
B.  by refusal
C.  if i refused
D.  should i refused
E.  No correction required
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6 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in eachcase.
King Vikramaditya was $(1)$ for his justice and kindness. In his kingdom, everyone was leading a happy and content life. His people loved him and were proud of him. Once, Vikramaditya decided to build a palace on a riverbank. He $(2)$ his ministers to survey the site and start the $(3)$. Many labourers were put to work and in a few days the palace was $(4)$. Before inviting the King to see the palace, the minister decided to take a final look. 'Splendid !' the minister exclaimed, looking at the palace. Then suddenly his eyes fell on something and he shouted, 'What is that ? I did not see that before.' All the labourers and the soldiers turned around. There was a hut just a few steps away from the palace gate. 'What is this hut doing here?' shouted the minister and added, 'And who does it belong to?'
'Sir, it belongs to an old woman. She has been living here for a long time,' replied a solider. The minister walked up to the hut and spoke to the old lady. 'I want t buy your hut. You can ask for as much money as you want,' he said. 'I am sorry, Sir. I can't accept your offer. My hut is $(5)$ to me than my life. I have lived in it with my late husband and I want to die in it,' the old lady said. The minister tried to tell her that her hut would $(6)$ the charm of the newly constructed palace. But the old lady was strong $(7)$ her stance and she was ready to face any consequence and any punishment. She refused to sell her hut to the King. The matter was then taken to the King. The wise and generous King thought for a while, and then said, 'Let the old lady have her hut where it is. It will only $(8)$ to the beauty of the new palace.' Then $(9)$ the minister, the King said, 'Let us not forget that what seems ugly to us may be $(10)$ to someone else.'
$(1)$
A.  seen
B.  respect
C.  smart
D.  called
E.  known
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7 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in eachcase.
King Vikramaditya was $(1)$ for his justice and kindness. In his kingdom, everyone was leading a happy and content life. His people loved him and were proud of him. Once, Vikramaditya decided to build a palace on a riverbank. He $(2)$ his ministers to survey the site and start the $(3)$. Many labourers were put to work and in a few days the palace was $(4)$. Before inviting the King to see the palace, the minister decided to take a final look. 'Splendid !' the minister exclaimed, looking at the palace. Then suddenly his eyes fell on something and he shouted, 'What is that ? I did not see that before.' All the labourers and the soldiers turned around. There was a hut just a few steps away from the palace gate. 'What is this hut doing here?' shouted the minister and added, 'And who does it belong to?'
'Sir, it belongs to an old woman. She has been living here for a long time,' replied a solider. The minister walked up to the hut and spoke to the old lady. 'I want t buy your hut. You can ask for as much money as you want,' he said. 'I am sorry, Sir. I can't accept your offer. My hut is $(5)$ to me than my life. I have lived in it with my late husband and I want to die in it,' the old lady said. The minister tried to tell her that her hut would $(6)$ the charm of the newly constructed palace. But the old lady was strong $(7)$ her stance and she was ready to face any consequence and any punishment. She refused to sell her hut to the King. The matter was then taken to the King. The wise and generous King thought for a while, and then said, 'Let the old lady have her hut where it is. It will only $(8)$ to the beauty of the new palace.' Then $(9)$ the minister, the King said, 'Let us not forget that what seems ugly to us may be $(10)$ to someone else.'
$(2)$
A.  ordered
B.  indicated
C.  hinted
D.  pleaded
E.  forced
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8 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in eachcase.
King Vikramaditya was $(1)$ for his justice and kindness. In his kingdom, everyone was leading a happy and content life. His people loved him and were proud of him. Once, Vikramaditya decided to build a palace on a riverbank. He $(2)$ his ministers to survey the site and start the $(3)$. Many labourers were put to work and in a few days the palace was $(4)$. Before inviting the King to see the palace, the minister decided to take a final look. 'Splendid !' the minister exclaimed, looking at the palace. Then suddenly his eyes fell on something and he shouted, 'What is that ? I did not see that before.' All the labourers and the soldiers turned around. There was a hut just a few steps away from the palace gate. 'What is this hut doing here?' shouted the minister and added, 'And who does it belong to?'
'Sir, it belongs to an old woman. She has been living here for a long time,' replied a solider. The minister walked up to the hut and spoke to the old lady. 'I want t buy your hut. You can ask for as much money as you want,' he said. 'I am sorry, Sir. I can't accept your offer. My hut is $(5)$ to me than my life. I have lived in it with my late husband and I want to die in it,' the old lady said. The minister tried to tell her that her hut would $(6)$ the charm of the newly constructed palace. But the old lady was strong $(7)$ her stance and she was ready to face any consequence and any punishment. She refused to sell her hut to the King. The matter was then taken to the King. The wise and generous King thought for a while, and then said, 'Let the old lady have her hut where it is. It will only $(8)$ to the beauty of the new palace.' Then $(9)$ the minister, the King said, 'Let us not forget that what seems ugly to us may be $(10)$ to someone else.'
$(3)$
A.  build
B.  works
C.  creation
D.  construction
E.  palace
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9 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in eachcase.
King Vikramaditya was $(1)$ for his justice and kindness. In his kingdom, everyone was leading a happy and content life. His people loved him and were proud of him. Once, Vikramaditya decided to build a palace on a riverbank. He $(2)$ his ministers to survey the site and start the $(3)$. Many labourers were put to work and in a few days the palace was $(4)$. Before inviting the King to see the palace, the minister decided to take a final look. 'Splendid !' the minister exclaimed, looking at the palace. Then suddenly his eyes fell on something and he shouted, 'What is that ? I did not see that before.' All the labourers and the soldiers turned around. There was a hut just a few steps away from the palace gate. 'What is this hut doing here?' shouted the minister and added, 'And who does it belong to?'
'Sir, it belongs to an old woman. She has been living here for a long time,' replied a solider. The minister walked up to the hut and spoke to the old lady. 'I want t buy your hut. You can ask for as much money as you want,' he said. 'I am sorry, Sir. I can't accept your offer. My hut is $(5)$ to me than my life. I have lived in it with my late husband and I want to die in it,' the old lady said. The minister tried to tell her that her hut would $(6)$ the charm of the newly constructed palace. But the old lady was strong $(7)$ her stance and she was ready to face any consequence and any punishment. She refused to sell her hut to the King. The matter was then taken to the King. The wise and generous King thought for a while, and then said, 'Let the old lady have her hut where it is. It will only $(8)$ to the beauty of the new palace.' Then $(9)$ the minister, the King said, 'Let us not forget that what seems ugly to us may be $(10)$ to someone else.'
$(4)$
A.  stand
B.  seen
C.  noticed
D.  done
E.  ready
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10 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in eachcase.
King Vikramaditya was $(1)$ for his justice and kindness. In his kingdom, everyone was leading a happy and content life. His people loved him and were proud of him. Once, Vikramaditya decided to build a palace on a riverbank. He $(2)$ his ministers to survey the site and start the $(3)$. Many labourers were put to work and in a few days the palace was $(4)$. Before inviting the King to see the palace, the minister decided to take a final look. 'Splendid !' the minister exclaimed, looking at the palace. Then suddenly his eyes fell on something and he shouted, 'What is that ? I did not see that before.' All the labourers and the soldiers turned around. There was a hut just a few steps away from the palace gate. 'What is this hut doing here?' shouted the minister and added, 'And who does it belong to?'
'Sir, it belongs to an old woman. She has been living here for a long time,' replied a solider. The minister walked up to the hut and spoke to the old lady. 'I want t buy your hut. You can ask for as much money as you want,' he said. 'I am sorry, Sir. I can't accept your offer. My hut is $(5)$ to me than my life. I have lived in it with my late husband and I want to die in it,' the old lady said. The minister tried to tell her that her hut would $(6)$ the charm of the newly constructed palace. But the old lady was strong $(7)$ her stance and she was ready to face any consequence and any punishment. She refused to sell her hut to the King. The matter was then taken to the King. The wise and generous King thought for a while, and then said, 'Let the old lady have her hut where it is. It will only $(8)$ to the beauty of the new palace.' Then $(9)$ the minister, the King said, 'Let us not forget that what seems ugly to us may be $(10)$ to someone else.'
$(5)$
A.  more
B.  dearer
C.  important
D.  near
E.  built
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