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Sentence improvement asked in SSC , Bank Exams

 

Sentence improvement asked in SSC Exams

 

1.The greater the demand, higher the price.

  • High
  • the high
  • the higher
  • No improvement
  1. I prefer to ride than to walk.
  • riding to walking
  • ride to walk
  • riding than walking
  • No improvement
  1. The workers went on a strike asking for better pay and service condition
  • Requesting
  • demanding
  • (3) needing
  • (4) No improvement
  1. The newspaper provides more International News than domestic News.

(1)  National

(2)  alien

(3)  provincial

(4)  No improvement

 

  1. The teacher was very angry at his student.

(1)  angry with

(2)  angry against

(3)  angry about

(4)  No improvement

  1. He backed out of the agreement.
  • gave his full support
  • reconsidered the point
  • withdrew his support from
  • went through the back door
  1. Man is the only animal who can talk.

(1)  which

(2)  whom

(3)  that

(4)  No improvement

  1. He did not know the answer, I did not neither.
  • neither did I
  • either did I
  • neither have I
  • No improvement
  1. When the owner offered tea, the peon denied it.
  • Disliked
  • Declined
  • Disobeyed
  • No improvement
  1. “Do you remember his phone number? I don’t suspect so.”
  • don’t think
  • don’t thing
  • may think
  • No improvement
  1. Please report to me when you return back from Delhi.

(1)  you have returned back from

(2)  you return from

(3)  you returned back from

(4)  No improvement

  1. 12. Ravi has been demanding a lot more marks, doesn’t he ?
  • hasn’t he ?
  • isn’t he ?
  • isn’t it ?
  • No improvement
  1. 13. Exercise is benevolent to good health.
  • beneficial
  • beneficent
  • bounteous
  • No improvement
  1. 14. He parked his vehicle under the shade of a tree.
  • on
  • In
  • Beneath
  • No improvement
  1. In case if it rains, I shall not visit you.
  • If so
  • In case of
  • If/In case
  • No improvement
  1. 16. TV sets have become costlier, thanks to the sudden rise in the prices of imported
  • tubes
  • Components
  • things
  • No improvement
  1. 17. Because the enemy had a reputation for engaging in sneak attacks we were frequently on the alert.
  • occasionally
  • inevitably
  • constantly
  • (4) No improvement
  1. Less people came to watch cricket matches this year, so the gate receipts were lesser than last year.
  • Many
  • Fewer
  • Lot of
  • No improvement
  1. 19. God has bestowed man unusual gifts.
  • bestowed with man
  • bestowed for man
  • bestowed on man
  • No improvement
  1. Many workers were being held hostages.
  • held to be hostages
  • held as hostages
  • held like hostages
  • No improvement
  1. He told me that he was married four years.
  • over four years
  • four years ago
  • about four years
  • No improvement
  1. Chennai is by the way a cosmopolitan city.
  • by the by
  • by and large
  • on the large
  • No improvement
  1. For me, money is only the means to an end.
  • only means
  • only the mean
  • only a means
  • No improvement
  1. The bullet struck a wall and was diverted from its course.
  • twisted
  • Reflected
  • deflected
  • No improvement
  1. You should not boasting of your achievements.
  • boast for
  • boast at

(3) boast of

(4) No improvement

  1. Kannan asked me to go round with them, but I didn’t want.
  • don’t want
  • don’t want to
  • didn’t want to

No improvement

  1. We eat that we may live.
  • might
  • shall
  • Should
  • No improvement
  1. He had his breakfast, when we visited him.
  • He had taken his breakfast
  • He wished to have his breakfast
  • He avoided his breakfast
  • No improvement
  1. When the Inspector of Police said this, we knew whom he was eluding.
  • intending
  • referring to
  • Hinting
  • No improvement
  1. The doctor reassured that the operation was a routine one.
  • is reassuming
  • reassured me
  • was reassuming
  • No improvement
  1. Let us go to see her new house, shall we?

(1) do we?

(2) don’t we?

(3) do they ?

(4) No improvement

  1. It took a long time for him to realise, what was truth.
  • what is truth.
  • what was the truth.
  • what the truth was.
  • No improvement
  1. My mother is worried about my

father’s health and also I.

  • I also
  • also me
  • So am I
  • also I am
  1. Roads are wet, it must have rained last night.
  • must had
  • might have been
  • must have been
  • No improvement
  1. He must know them in their most plausible form, isn’t it ?
  • isn’t he ?
  • mustn’t he ?
  • can’t he ?
  • No improvement
  1. English opens the window upon the world’s knowledge.
  • the English
  • the English language
  • the English land
  • No improvement
  1. If one works hard, you have got the reward.
  • one gets
  • one has got
  • one will get
  • No improvement
  1. The U.N.O. insists on better understanding between the countries of the world.
  • among the countries
  • with the countries
  • by the countries
  • No improvement
  1. He doesn’t smoke, nor I did.
  • nor I smoke
  • nor I do
  • Nor do I
  • No improvement
  1. His reasons can be good, is it not?
  • can they?
  • isn’t he?
  • can’t they?
  • No improvement

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