Pronouns MCQ 2


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QUESTION: 1

She bought two bags of sweets and gave it to the children.

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She bought two bags of sweets and gave them to the children.

QUESTION: 2

The cause of pollution is man himself and their inventions.

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QUESTION: 3

A student must study hard to maintain their marks throughout the year.

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QUESTION: 4

My friends and I went for a holiday in Hawaii and really enjoyed themselves.

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QUESTION: 5

I could see three cows sitting in a nearby field having its afternoon rest.

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I could see three cows sitting in a nearby field having their afternoon rest.

QUESTION: 6

Rose was an excellent student but she always suffered terrible nerves before doing his exams.

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QUESTION: 7

The man who lives across the road from us is very proud of their two daughters.

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QUESTION: 8

The results of my oral exam are out today. I hope they don't put it up on the notice board.

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QUESTION: 9

I've tried so hard to get along with the girls but I just don't see eye to eye with her.

Solution: It should be eye to eye with them. The sentence is talking about all the girls and not a particular girl.
QUESTION: 10

Ambition is one of the most dangerous things in life. They can even force a man to become evil.

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QUESTION: 11

A person cannot live long in total isolation without it affecting their personality.

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QUESTION: 12

The government is now half way through their third term in power.

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QUESTION: 13

'If you ask me, I think everybody should be able to decide their own future.'

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QUESTION: 14

My wife and two sons would not tell me what she intended to buy for my birthday.

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QUESTION: 15

When one has to make a difficult decision in life you should always ask a friend for advice.

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QUESTION: 16

The human race causes many serious problems for themselves in modern society.

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QUESTION: 17

It is apparent from past experience that no one has the desire to sacrifice their time on such a trivial matter.

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QUESTION: 18

Either Alan or his wife must have forgotten to take his book. It is there on the table.

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QUESTION: 19

After the departure of paramour the man lived by him.

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The correct option is D.
‘Himself’ in place of ‘him’

QUESTION: 20

Her and my mother have known one another for almost forty years.

Solution:

Option (a) is correct. 

 

" Her and my "

 There is a grammatical mistake. 

 

That is,  we can only use "her" , if we have used " She" In any sentence.

QUESTION: 21

He took off his trousers and put it on the chair.

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QUESTION: 22

If you want a job done really well, your best bet is to do it yourself.

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QUESTION: 23

Can you drive ___ to work?

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QUESTION: 24

A good student must always devote sufficient time to their studies.

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QUESTION: 25

I was very upset because my best friend and I had been accused of theft.

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Option ( c) is correct answer. 

 

( friend and I had) is grammatically incorrect.    Because,, with " I" ,,have  should be used. 


But in this sentence, had is used with " I" .

QUESTION: 26

My mother and father had not been to Singapore since his/ her honeymoon.

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QUESTION: 27

He said it was because of we that the game had been spoiled.

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QUESTION: 28

Cheer up, you two. You cannot blame yourselves for the fire.

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The correct option is C.
‘Yourself’ instead of ‘yourselves’

QUESTION: 29

He took all the furniture out of the room and put them in the garden.

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C is the correct option. Furniture here is used as a collective term so it should be "He took all the furniture out of the room and “kept it” in the garden"

QUESTION: 30

Neither David nor his brothers attended his end of term concert.

Solution: Their end of term concert, as if the concert was only to be attended by David then his brothers' absence would not have been specified.
QUESTION: 31

One must work hard and save money because in years to come it is difficult to know how much money they may need to survive.

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The correct option is C.
‘Difficult to know’ is not correct. It should be replaced by ‘difficult to predict’
 

QUESTION: 32

My brother and his wife were caught in the storm on her way home last night.

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The correct option is C.
‘On their way home’ is the correct word.

QUESTION: 33

Both Rosemary and her sister took her medicine before going to bed.

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QUESTION: 34

It is sometimes difficult for one to imagine what might happen when you grow old.

Solution: You started the sentence as "difficult for ONE" so all the references that would be made afterwards should follow the same thing, so the sentence is "It is sometimes difficult for one to imagine what might happen when ONE grows old.".
Once you use One for the subject you have to keep using it only
QUESTION: 35

Neither my parents nor my sister brought much luggage with them.

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The correct option is D.
In case of Neither/nor we use the verb form and the pronoun according to the noun which is closer to the verb, here, the verb is brought and the noun close to it is 'sister' so it would be:- 
'Neither my parents nor my sister brought much luggage with HER''

QUESTION: 36

Which is object pronoun in sentence "They want to help her."

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D is the correct option.When we use  Neither/nor in any sentence,  we use the verb form and the pronoun according to the noun which is closer to the verb, here, the verb is brought and the noun close to it is 'sister' so it would be:- 
'Neither my parents nor my sister brought much luggage with HER''

QUESTION: 37

The boys and their father couldn't find his way home through the jungle.

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QUESTION: 38

You might have problems getting a ticket at the station but one can always book in advance.

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The correct option is D.
If we have used 'You' in the beginning then it should be followed by 'You' only.

QUESTION: 39

Joe and his friends had no alternative but to retrace his steps back through the plantation.

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QUESTION: 40

If one doubts the truth of the man's accusations we can always go to the police.

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