Will you lend me few rupees in this hour of need.
Hold hands of your child while crossing the road.
Have you not reached in time, we would have lost our lives?
C is the correct option. The sentence is in Past Participle tense. Hence, Had you not reached is to be used there.
You must accustom yourself with new ideas.
The climate of Delhi is somewhat like Jaipur.
Here in the sentence they are relating/comparing the climate of delhi with jaipur.
His brother never has and never will be dependable.
If you would have remembered to bring the map, we would not have lost our way.
You must carry on my order.
The boat was drowned.
Now I must beg leave of you.
When describing the accident, he was in tears.
The two thieves distributed the loot between themselves.
The preservation of peace is necessary.
The spirit of democracy had sped into our way of thinking.
The correct option is B.
Democracy is a form of government in which power ultimately comes from the people who are governed, either through direct voting or through elected representatives. A democracy can range from a liberal direct democracy to an illiberal totalitarian democracy.
More he gets more he wants.
We had a grand party and we enjoyed very much.
All this has been done with a view to improve the living conditions of the poor.
B is the correct option. we use 'of' before improving (Gerund) in this particular context.
Let’s go for a picnic, should we?
If I have the money, I would have bought this house.
D is the correct option. The sentence is in past participle form. So “had” is to be used in the place of “have.
If you are told of downright lie about goods to include you to buy them, you may have a remedy.