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Subject

Sentence Correction

Multiple Choice Questions

1.  

Evidently(A) our product is the most(B) unique in(C)  the market(D).



    2.  

    Choose the correct option



      3.   (a) Payment for imports and exports is made through a system called foreign exchange. The value of the money of one country in relation to the money of other countries is agreed upon.
      (b) The rates of exchange vary from time to time.
      (c) For example. an American dollar or a British pound sterling is worth certain amounts in the money of other countries.
      (d) Sometimes a US dollar is worth 60 rupees in India.


        4.  

        She said I was the best boss they’d ever had. It was obvious she was praising me sincerely.



          5.  

          Some decisions will be fairly obvious- “no brainers”. Your bank account is tow, but you have two week vacation coming up and you want to get away to some place warm to relax with your family. Will you accept your in-laws’ offer of free use of their Florida beachfront condo? Sure. You like your employer and feel I ready to move forward in your career. Will your step in for your boss for three weeks while she attends a professional development course? Of course.

          A. some decisions are obvious under certain circumstances. You may, for example, readily accept a relative’s offer of free holiday accommodation. Or, step in for your boss when she is away.

          B. Some decisions are no-brainers. Your need think when making them. Examples are condo offers from in-laws and job offers from bosses when your bank account is low or boss in away.

          C. Easy decisions are called “no-brainers” because they do not require any cerebral activity. Examples such as accepting free holiday accommodation abound in our lives.

          D. Accepting and offer from in-laws when you are short on found and want a holiday is a no-brainer. Another no-brainer is taking the boss’s job when she is away.



            6.   A) I must run fast to catch up with him. (B) The newly released book in enjoying a popular run. (C) The doctor is on a hospital round. (D) You cannot run over him like that.


              7.  

              The prisoner’s interment [A]/interment [B] came to an end with his early release.

              She manages to bite back the ironic [A]/caustic [B] retort on the tip of her tongue.

              Jeans that flair [A]/flare [B] at the bottom are in fashion these days.

              The heard the bells peeling [A]/pealing [B] far the wide.

              The students baited [A]/bated [B] the instructor with irrelevant questions.



                8.  

                He often says how wonderful his school is ?



                  9.  

                  I like reading journals _______ novels.



                    10.  

                    I must perfect the operation to make the perfect
                    robot.



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