680. (3) When we restore somebody/something to some- 692. (2) one of my friends is a Singular Subject. Hence,
thing/somebody, we use to after restore Singular Verb-is is the right usage
Hence, restore to senses is the right usage. 693. (2) The Arabian Nights is a book and is Singular.
681. (4) No error Hence, is enjoyed (singular verb) is the right usage
682. (2) Expressions such as with, together with, includ- 694. (3) The sentence is negative. Hence, affirmative ques-
ing, accompanied by, in addition to or as well do tion tag i.e., Has she is the right usage.
not change the number of the Subject. 695. (3) It is not proper to use the here. Hence, Every
Moreover, The whole block of flats is a Singular citizen is entitled to voting is the right usage
Subject. 696. (3) If the main part of the sentence doesn’t have an
Hence, including two shops was is the right usage. Aux. V., the Question Tag uses an appropriate form
683. (3) short-circuit (Noun) : a failure in an electrical circuit. of do.
Hence, the risk of short-circuit is the right usage Look at the examples given below :
684. (2) When you congratulate someone on something, I said that, didn’t I ?
you give him your good wishes because something ̄
special/pleasant has happened to him. When you con- Aux. V.
gratulate someone for something, you praise him for You recognise me, don’t you ?
an achievement. She eats meat, doesn’t she ?
Look at the examples given below : Hence, doesn’t he ? is the right usage.
I’d like to congratulate you on your marriage. 697. (3) As no sooner introduces the event that occurs
I’d like to congratulate the staff for their good job. first, than will be used with it.
Hence, congratulate you on is the right usage No sooner — than is the correct pair of Correlatives
685. (2) to (Prep.) is used after Adj. like married, engaged, Hence, than the hunter killed it is the right usage.
similar, next, etc. 698. (3) poetry (N.) : a collection of poems
next to (Adv.) : adjacent to ; at or one side of Use of poetries is incorrect
Look at the sentences : Hence, as well as some poetry/poems is the right
The car next to hers is mine/Raju’s. usage
The house next to mine is Sheena’s. 699. (4) Neither of is followed by a Plural Noun/Pronoun
Hence, next to mine is the right usage. and a Singular/Plural Verb.
686. (2) learnt (V.) : to gain knowledge/skill by studying, Look at the example given below :
from experience, etc. Neither of my parents speaks/speak a foreign lan-
learn (V1) ® learnt/learned (V2) ® learnt/learned (V3) guage.
learned (Adj.) : having a lot of knowledge because 700. (1) Here, An interesting (vowel–i) book is the right
you have studied and read a lot
Look at the exmples given below :
He is a serious scholar, a genuine learned man. 701. (3) Poor is an Adjective.
She is a learned and respected teacher. The poor (Noun) = people who have very little money.
Hence, a learned man among lords is the right usage Hence, many poor people is the right usage
687. (1) Here, To our great annoyance is the right usage 702. (2) a (Indef. Art.) will be used before medical
Annoyance (Noun) : the feeling of being slightly an- representative
gry; irritation. Hence, a medical representative is the right usage.
Look at the example given below 703. (4) No error
Much to our annoyance, they decided not to come Look at the examples given below :
after all. At what age are children able to distinguish between
688. (3) Here, an epic (e-vowel sound) poem right usage right and wrong ?
689. (1) hardly : almost no/not. It was hard to distinguish one twin from the other.
Hence, After toiling very hard (Adverb) is the right Both sentences are correct.
usage It is better to use between good and bad
690. (3) Here, Excuse me for interrupting you is the right 704. (4) No error
usage 705. (2) If the tense in the Conditional Clause is in Past
Look at the example given below : Perfect, the tense in the Main Clause is in Perfect
I hope you will excuse me for being so late. Conditional.
691. (1) During this time/period of the year is the right Look at the examples given below :
usage If it had rained, you would have got wet.
during : all through a period of time. ̄ ̄
Look at the example given below : Past Perfect Perfect
There are extra flights to Delhi during the winter. Tense Conditional