1090. (3) R 1109. (1) Beside = next to or at the side of somebody/
Here, Subject (the investment) is Singular. Hence, something.
in health and planning has eroded considerably Besides = in addition to; apart from.
is the right usage. Hence, Besides, writing is my hobby .....should be
1091. (3) R used here.
Here, that there is no such thing as luck is the 1110. (3) It is prepositon related error. Hence, to the
right usage. supervisor ... should be used.
The sentence is showing a Universal Truth. Hence, 1111. (1) It is preposition related error. Hence, Her
Simple Present Tense will be used. knowledge of English .... should be used here.
1092. (1) P He has a wide knowledge of painting and music.
Here, we now look forward to is the right usage. 1112. (2) Here, very kind or kind enough .... should be
look forward agrees with to (Prep.) used.
1093. (1) P Enough Þ to the necessary degree
Here, No other method of making is the right Hence, it is not proper to use very and enough
1094. (3) R 1113. (2) Here, subject (substantial seizure) is singular.
Here, corresponding Preposition i.e. to provide the Hence, singular verb i.e. ... has been made .... should
best facilities for and personal attention to is the be used.
right usage. 1114. (2) Here, had its shared (Adjective) suffering or had
1095. (4) S its share (Noun) of suffering .... should be used.
No error 1115. (2) Here, replace ‘because’ with ‘that’.
1096. (2) Q Hence, as Lady Gaga was that she had been told ....
should be used.
Here, the problems of the future is the right usage.
1116. (4) No error
1097. (1) P
1117. (1) Article ‘the’ is used before an ordinal number.
When we use not only.. but also, same part of
speech should be used before both. Hence, we will Hence, the first European sailor .... should be used.
not only pack is the right usage. 1118. (2) Well–worth = very important; certainly worth.
1098. (1) P We need a positive expression here.
Here, No country can endure long (Adverb) is the Hence, but is well worth .....should be used here.
right usage. 1119. (1) The sentence is in interrogative. Hence, How
1099. (2) Q can man die ....... should be used.
Here, equipped not only with is the right usage. 1120. (3) Here, prevented the boys from going (Gerund)
to..... should be used, not an infinitive.
1100. (2) The sentence is in superlative degree. Hence,
the largest circulation of all/ larger circulation than 1121. (3) Advice is an uncountable noun.
any other .... should be used. Hence, as it contains a lot of good advice .... should
1101. (2) A period of six years is a singular subject. Hence, be used here.
Singular Verb i.e. has elapsed .... should be used. 1122. (2) Here, man (singular) is the antecedent of who.
1102. (4) No Error Hence, who has .... should be used.
1103. (2) Get off = to fall asleep; to leave work without 1123. (2) Here, subject (inventions) is plural.
permission; to stop discussing a particular subject. Hence, are made (V3) .... should be used.
Get over = to return to your usual state of health, The sentence is in passive voice.
happiness etc. after a shock etc. 1124. (3) Aesthetic (Adjective) = concerned with beauty
Hence, to get over .... should be used here. and art and the understanding of beautiful things
1104. (1) Here, two situations have been compared. Hence, Hence, have aesthetic appeal should be used here.
comparative degree i.e. It is better .... should be Aesthetics = the branch of philosophy that studies
used. the principles of beauty in art.
1105. (2) Disgusted (Adjective) = feeling or showing 1125. (1) Arrangement of persons Þ 231 i.e., second, third
disgust or dislike or disapproval. and first persons.
Look at the sentence : Hence, my wife and I .....should be used here.
I was disgusted with myself for eating so much. 1126. (3) Further = additional to what already exists
Hence, with him for his ...... should be used here. Farther = at to or by a great distance
Hence, two further (additional) volumes to be
1106. (3) The use of preposition ‘the’ is superfluous.
published .....should be used here.
1107. (4) No error
1127. (2) Continual (Adjective) = repeated many times
1108. (2) Alphabet = a set of letters or symbols in a fixed in a way that is annoying
order used for writing a language.
Continuous (Adjective) = happening or existing for
Hence, (the) alphabet .... should be used here. a period of time without interruption.