Look at the examples given below :                            Look at the examples given below :
     The invention of the engine brought about a huge              I wish that you should come back to India.
     shift in people’s mobility.                                   I hope that you will come back to India.
     The last debate brought around a lot of voters to our         Hence, I hope/Iwish is the right usage
     candidate.                                               393. (2) hung will replace hanged because –
     Hence, not to bring about any change is the right             (1) hang (1) (Verb) : to attach to a wall
     usage                                                         (2) hang (2) (Verb) : to die as a result of hanging
385. (3) to will replace on because –                              hang (1) (Present) hung (Past) hung (Past Participle)
     We say pay attention to and not pay attention on              hang (2) (Present) hanged (Past) and hanged (Past
     as in –                                                       Participle)
     The food industry is beginning to pay attention to            Look at the examples given below :
     young consumers.
                                                                   He hung the hat on a peg. [hang (1)]
     Hence, to such simple matters is the right usage              He committed suicide by hanging himself. [hang (2)]
386. (2) Here, that all the inmates escaped is the right
                                                                   Hence, hung the lamp is the right usage
                                                              394. (1) Use of side is superfluous.
     Use of – of (Prep.) is unnecessary
                                                                   at the back will replace in the back side
387. (2) is will replace are because –
                                                                   Look at the examples given below :
     Drinking and driving is a Singular Subject (a single
                                                                   The house has three bedrooms at the front and two
                                                                   at the back.
     A Singular Subject agrees with a Singular Verb.
                                                                   You should enter from the entrance at the back.
     Look at the examples given below :
                                                              395. (3) comes back will replace will come back
     Time and tide waits for no man.
                                                                   will is not used in Conditional Clauses.
             ̄            ̄
                                                                   Simple Present Tense is used.
        Singular    Singular
                                                                   Look at the examples given below :
                     (with s)
                                                                   When I have a day off from work, I often go to the
     Honour and glory is his reward.
                 ̄          ̄
                                                                   My boss gets angry, when I am late to work.
            Singular Singular
                                                              396. (2) open will replace opened
388. (3) room will replace place because –
                                                                   open (Adj.) – if a shop/bank/business, etc. is open, it
     room (noun) indicates space needed                            is ready for business and will admit customers/visitors.
     Look at the examples given below :                            Hence, that the museum was not open is the right
     He picked up all the books from the table to make             usage
     room for the television.                                 397. (3) even read will replace read even.
     There is no room left for anyone else to sit.                 The sentence means – long car journeys are not only
     Hence, as there is no room inside is the right usage.         less pleasant but also it is difficult to read (during
389. (2) making will replace having because –                      the journeys)
     having is not used in Progressive Tenses unless it            Hence, for it is quite impossible to even read is the
     indicates that an activity will take place at a particu-      right usage
     lar time in the future/repeated actions.                 398. (3) I had no time will replace I have no time because –
     Look at the examples given below :                            The Principal clause is in Past Tense.
     We’re having a party tonight.                                 Hence, but because I had no time is the right usage
     You’re having a busy time.                               399. (2) whether will replace that because –
     Hence, making many is the right usage                         in reported clauses, when two or more alternatives
390. (1) I’m looking forward to will replace looking for-          are used, we use whether
     ward to.                                                      Hence, whether you will be able is the right usage
     When we say that looking forward to ----                 400. (3) at the same time/at the usual time will replace
     We are saying that we are waiting or hoping for some-         at the same usual time
     thing, especially with pleasure.                              usual (Adj.) : that happens or is done most of the
     Subject must be used before looking forward to (Phr.          time or in most cases; normal
     V.)                                                      401. (4) No error.
391. (4) No error                                             402. (2) to have a thorough cleaning will replace to have
392. (1) wish/hope will replace want because –                     a thoroughly cleaning because –
     if we wish that something should happen. we woould            thorough (Adj.) : complete with regard to every de-
     like that something should happen, we would like it to        tail
     happen, though we know it is not possible to happen.          thoroughly (Adv.) : completely; very much