Sentence Improvement MCQ 3


20 Questions MCQ Test English for CLAT | Sentence Improvement MCQ 3


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QUESTION: 1

There were many petty Rajput Kingdoms in India prior than the coming of the Mohammedans.

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QUESTION: 2

Until the last twenty eight years, he has been working in various units of this plant.

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QUESTION: 3

I hope you will be able to steer ahead  of the anti-social elements.

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QUESTION: 4

Had Alisha been well, she could participate in the competition.

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QUESTION: 5

No sooner he saw the Police Superintendent than he disappeared.

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QUESTION: 6

If I were a king, I would have helped my subjects.

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The correct option is C.
The sentence is a subjective sentence and there is no need of ‘have helped’.

QUESTION: 7

The criminal was ordered to be hanged to death.

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C is the correct option. According to Historical and biomechanical aspects of hangman's fracture, the phrase in the usual execution order, "hanged by the neck until dead," was necessary. By the late 19th century that methodical study enabled authorities to routinely employ hanging in ways that would predictably kill the victim quickly.

QUESTION: 8

A bird in hand is better than two in the bush.

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The correct option is D.
The phrase 'A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush' is used for saying that it's better to hold onto something one has already than to risk losing it by trying to attain something better.

QUESTION: 9

Since I am not new to Mumbai, you must not have come to the Railway Station to receive me.

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QUESTION: 10

She prefers coffee to tea.

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QUESTION: 11

Our Professor is an authority on the subject which he had been teaching since 1996.

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QUESTION: 12

 It is high time she changes her job.

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QUESTION: 13

 It is high time she changes her job.

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High time means a long awaited period or past the appropriate time. Therefore it implies a simple past tense. Hence, changed  is the correct verb.

QUESTION: 14

The workers are hell bent at getting what is due to them.

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The workers are hell bent upon getting what is due to them.

QUESTION: 15

Another question we often ask, those days, was whether they believed in God.

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QUESTION: 16

Machines turn human society from an agrarian one into an industrial one.

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C is the correct option. Along with a plural noun the rule is to  use have not has and here,  it's 'machines' not machine,  So “have” is appropriate. 

QUESTION: 17

I am afraid you are at cross-purpose.

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QUESTION: 18

I am surprised that he dares speak in such a tone to his father.

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QUESTION: 19

Take care that you are not be cheated.

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QUESTION: 20

The union Finance Minister has said that fresh recruitment will be restricted to one third of the vacancies that arise in the government jobs.

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