1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10): 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 4. as the answer.

Most teenagers these days prefer play cricket to pursuing other hobbies.

A.  preferably played
B.  prefer playing
C.  preferred to playing
D.  prefer to play
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2 .

The season being very favourable, he seems to have been enjoyed the vacation.

A.  have enjoyed
B.  have been enjoy
C.  be enjoyed
D.  had been enjoyed
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3 .

They had not been sympathetic to the poor.

A.  being sympathetic
B.  been sympathized by
C.  sympathetic
D.  No correction required
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4 .

The issues were so complicated that they could hardly be resolved in such a limited time.

A.  were hardly to resolve
B.  could resolve hardly
C.  were being hardly resolved
D.  No correction required
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5 .

He suffered only because of his impolitely behaviour.

A.  behaviour was impolite
B.  behaved impoliteness
C.  impolite behaviour
D.  behavioural impolite
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6 .

He cordially enquired how was my health.

A.  my health was
B.  my health had
C.  my health is
D.  is my health
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7 .

He tried hardly and that led to his success.

A.  Hardly had he tried
B.  Had he tried hardly
C.  He had tried hard
D.  He hard tried
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8 .

Problems faced by the common man can be classified by several categories.

A.  will be classified by
B.  can be classified into
C.  will be classified between
D.  can classify into
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9 .

We are quite sure that he will have proved his merit in any forthcoming competition.

A.  will have to prove
B.  will be prove
C.  will prove
D.  would be proven
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10 .

It has become a fashion to talk about exercise restraint on anything and everything.

A.  restraining exercises
B.  exercising without restrain
C.  exercise without restrain
D.  exercising restraint
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