900. (2) First clause is in Past Simple. Hence, the evening 916. (3) one by one or one after another/the other is the
and began making (Past Simple) .... is the right usage. right usage.
901. (1) Causative Verb-made agrees with infinitive without one by one : first one, then the next, then the next
to. Hence, study hard is the right usage. etc., separately
902. (4) No error one after another : used for saying that actions are
903. (2) Find Þ found (Past) Þ found (Past Participle) done/things happen with very little time between them;
one after the other
Found Þ founded (Past) Þ founded (Past Participle).
Look at the examples given below :
(1) advice (Noun) : an opinion or suggestion.
I found my pen that I had lost yesterday.
(2) advise (Verb) : to suggest
Arya Samaj was founded by Dayananda Saraswati.
Hence, to advise (Infinitive) him where to go is the
Hence, Rakesh found is the right usage. right usage.
904. (1) Structure of the sentence in Passive Voice : 918. (2) It is Double Comparatives related error.
Subject + should/would + be + V3 Use of more + –er (Comparative Degree) is incorrect.
Hence, kept closed is the right usage. Hence, much faster/faster is the right usage.
905. (4) 919. (3) Before Superlative degree the (Article) is used.
(1) believe (V.) : to feel certain that something is true Hence, the noblest quality in mankind is the right
Hence, Scientists (plural) now hope/believe is the usage.
right usage. 920. (2) It is Preposition related error. cling to is a Phr.V.
Hence, clinging to her is the right usage.
Plural subject agrees with Plural Verb. Look at the example given below :
906. (2) After her mother’s death, Sara clung to her aunt more
(1) put off (Phr. V.) : postpone ; delay; to change than ever.
something to a later time or date. 921. (1) much is used with Uncountable Nouns
Hence, put off the garden party is the right usage. many is used with Countable Nouns
907. (1) Here, one must be prepared is the right usage. Hence, not many is the right usage.
The use of they is improper. 922. (3) Here, upbringing of girl child/protection of
908. (2) No error women is the right usage.
909. (1) Here, Adjective i.e., to a comfortable and set- upbringing (N.) : the way in which a child is cared
tled is the right usage. for and taught how to behave while it is growing up.
settle (V.) : to make a place your permananent house 923. (3) Unless is used to say that something can only
Settled (Adj.) : comfortable and happy with your happen or be true in a particular situation.
home, job, way of life, etc. Hence, unless should be followed by positive
910. (4) Infinitive Þ to + V1 (Plural) sentence.
Hence, It is painful to see that is the right usage. Here, you work hard is the right usage.
911. (1) Possessive of one is one’s. 924. (3) to-inf. or -ing form is used after prefer (V.)
Hence, to coffee is the right usage.
Hence, one’s teeth checked is the right usage.
925. (3) For point of time, since is used.
912. (4) Here, H (honest) has a Vowel sound. Hence, An
honest person is the right usage. Hence, since morning is the right usage.
913. (3) Unless is used to say that something can only 926. (3) Here, one by one or one after another/the other
happen or be true in a particular situation. is the right usage.
Another negative cannot be used with unless. Use of 927. (3)
don’t is inappropriate. (1) advice (N.) : an opinion or suggestion.
Unless should always be followed by a positive sen- (2) advise (V.) : to suggest
tence. Hence, to advise (Infinitive) him where to go is the
Hence, work hard will replace don’t work hard right usage.
914. (3) It is preposition related error. 928. (2) There is a Double Comparatives related error
Prep.—to is used with prefer. than is used with other here.
comparative words like rather/better. Hence, much faster is the right usage.
Look at the examples given below : As, faster is already in Comparative Degree, more
He prefers driving to talking the bus (Comparative Degree) will not be used with it.
He prefers during rather than talking the bus. 929. (3) Before Superlative Degree the (Def. Art.) is used.
Hence, to coffee is the right usage. Hence, the noblest quality in mankind is the right
915. (3) For point of time, since (Conj.) is used Hence, 930. (2) There is a Preposition related error. to (Prep.)
since morning is the right usage. agrees with cling (V.).