1006. (3) Here, and a jar of jam or and some jam is the     1024. (1) Here, All my hopes is the right usage.
      right usage.                                          1025. (2) Here, Gerund i.e. reading is the right usage.
1007. (2) Here, Present Perfect i.e., I have begun (V3) is  1026. (3) Here, Definite Article i.e. the spice of life is
      the right usage.                                            the right usage.
1008. (3) make over : transform                             1027. (1) Neither of is followed by a Plural Noun/ Pronoun
      Here, Past Perfect i.e., he had made for ten years          but agrees with a Singular Verb.
      is the right usage.                                         Hence, Neither of the scout leaders knows is the
1009. (2)                                                         right usage.
      (1) ought to (Mod. V.) : used to say what is the      1028. (1) It is a Preposition related error. Hence, The
      right thing to do.                                          job of drawing water is the right usage.
      Look at the sentences :                               1029. (4) No error
  l You ought to have come to the meeting.                  1030. (2)
  l He oughtn’t to have been driving so fast.                     (1) work something up (Id.) : to develop or improve
      Hence, to have done such is the right usage.                something with some effort.
1010. (2) Here, Connective-that should be used. It is             (2) work over (Phr. V.) : to attack somebody and
      improper to use reason and because together.                hit them.
      Hence, his failure is that is the right usage.              Hence, Jeff worked up enough is the right usage.
1011. (1) When both events happen in the past, the event    1031. (3) It is Preposition related error. Hence, of her
      that happens earlier should be expressed in Past            case is the right usage.
      Perfect.                                              1032. (3) Here, discussing the problems with the
      Hence, I had reached is the right usage.                    labourers is the right usage.
1012. (3) A large consignment (Singular Collective Noun)          Here, the use of about is superfluous.
      agrees with Singular Verb (is).                       1033. (2) In Indirect Speech, Interrogative changes into
      Hence, is expected is the right usage.                      Assertive.
1013. (3) Here, Subject (The leader) is Singular.                 Hence, who he was and is the right usage.
      Hence, Singular Verb i.e. was sent (V3) to prison     1034. (3) a few (Adj., Det.) : a small number of things.
      is the right usage.                                         Hence, in some/a few days is the right usage.
1014. (2) Who is used to show which person or people        1035. (2) cope with (Phr., V.) : to deal successfully with
      you mean/used in question.                                  something difficult ; manage.
      Whom is used as the Obje ct o f a Verb o r                  Hence, I can cope is the right usage.
                                                                  The use of Preposition-up is superfluous.
      Hence, who the is the right usage.
                                                            1036. (4) No error
1015. (1) Here, He has an attack is the right usage.
                                                            1037. (4) No error.
      Have should not be used in the Progressive Tenses.
                                                            1038. (4) No error.
1016. (3) It is Preposition related error.
                                                            1039. (2) look forward agrees with a Gerund i.e. to
      Look at the sentence :
                                                                  meeting is the right usage.
  l I can’t easily give an answer to the question.
                                                            1040. (3)
      Hence, answers/solutions to it is the right usage.
                                                                  (1) concentration Camp : a type of prison where
1017. (2) Here, straight in is the right usage.                   political prisoners etc. are kept in extremely bad
1018. (2) Here, in the afternoon is the right usage.              condition : a Nazi concentration camp.
1019. (3) As the sense suggests, Passive of Present               Hence, Hitler’s (Possessive) is the right usage.
      Simple i.e. an early reply is expected is the right   1041. (1) Mother-in-law (Singular) Þ mothers-in-law
1020. (2) Here, Su pe rla ti v e Deg re e i.e, la rg es t
                                                                  Hence, Mothers-in-law is the right usage.
      circulation is the right usage.
                                                            1042. (1) People is a Plural Subject. Hence, Today people
1021. (2) Here, Affirmative i.e, to know how you is the
                                                                  are (Plural Verb) ignorant is the right usage.
      right usage. Use of are is superfluous.
                                                            1043. (1) Here, Connective-that i.e., I think that or no
1022. (1) Structure of Interrogative (Present Progressive)        Connective I think is the right usage.
      Why + am/is/are + Subject + V-ing                     1044. (1) It is a Preposition related error. Hence, When
      Hence, Why are you is the right usage.                      Albert stayed in an African jungle is the right usage.
1023. (2) Few (Det., Adj.) : not many.                      1045. (1) Here, Possessive Case before Gerund (telling)
      Little (Adj.) : not much.                                   i.e. I recall your telling me is the right usage.
      few is used with Plural Nouns and Plural Verbs        1046. (3) Before is used in Perfect Tenses. Hence, Past
      little/a little is used with Uncountable Nouns.             Perfect i.e. as if she had seen me before is the right
      Hence, (a) little time (no time) is the right usage.        usage.