Hence, because of the continuous music .... should 1149. (2) Found = establish
be used here. Hence, you will find (get) a house .... should be
1128. (4) Still waters run deep = a person who seems to used.
be quiet or shy may surprise you by knowing a lot 1150. (4) No Error
or having deep feelings. 1151. (3) It is a preposition related error. Hence, senior
1129. (2) Here, under the direction (supervision) (Noun) to me .... should be used.
.... should be used. 1152. (2) It is double superlatives related error. Hence,
1130. (3) In Indirect Speech Interrogative sentence is the tallest .... should be used here.
changed into Assertive. 1153. (2) Whose is used to say which person or thing you
Hence, and asked me what my name was ...... mean.
should be used here. Look at the sentence :
1131. (4) No error He is a man whose opinion I respect.
1132. (3) As the generality of the sentence suggests, Which is used to be exact about the thing you mean.
Present Simple should be used here. Look at the sentence :
Hence, but nobody wants to grow old ...... should Houses which overlook the lake cost more.
be used here.
Hence, whose money .... should be used.
1133. (3) Here, Reporting Verb is in past tense. Hence,
1154. (1) The structure of subject will be :
because it was not to his taste .... should be used
Juan Carlos, the king of Spain.
1155. (2) It is a preposition related error. Hence, of
1134. (3) Here, preposition ‘in’ i.e., in 1599 .... should be
cholera .... should be used.
1156. (2) At a loss = puzzled or uncertain what to think,
1135. (2) Enamoured (Adjective) = liking something a lot.
say or do; baffled.
Look at the sentence :
Hence, at a loss .... should be used.
He was less than enamoured of the music.
1157. (2) Magnate = a person who is rich, powerful and
Hence, evidently enamoured of .... should be used. successful especially in business.
1136. (1) It is a preposition related error. Hence, He is Here, subject (some) is plural. Hence, business
jealous of ...... should be used. magnates .... should be used.
1137. (3) For two persons or things between ....... should 1158. (3) As the sense suggests, of no delays (negative)
be used. Hence, between the two countries ....... .... should be used.
should be used.
1159. (3) Alarm bells = If something sets alarm bells
1138. (3) Here, to achieve my objective ....... should be ringing, you mean that it makes people feel worried
used. or concerned about something.
For is superfluous. Hence, a sound of alarm bells .... should be used.
1139. (1) Job = responsibility; duty. 1160. (2) Here, an easier access .... should be used.
Hence, use of actual is superflous. In comparative degree, use of ‘the’ is not proper.
1140. (4) No Error 1161. (3) It is preposition related error.
1141. (2) It is article related error. Hence, to give an exact Hence, spend on luxuries .... should be used.
date .... should be used. 1162. (1) ‘The’ is used with ordinal number.
1142. (4) No Error Hence, I was the first .... should be used.
1143. (1) Usually in the sentence shows general 1163. (3) Look at the sentence :
programme/habit. Hence, Present Simple i.e. His
There is a wide variety of patterns to choose from.
parents usually spend ..... should be used.
Hence, singular verb i.e. distracts the mind ....
1144. (2) Cope with = to face and deal with responsibilities,
should be used here.
problems or difficulties successfully.
1164. (3) Trial (Noun) = a formal examination of evidence
Hence, because he could not cope with .... should
in court; test.
Trail = a long series of marks that is left by something.
1145. (1) As the structure suggests, Future simple i.e., I
Hence, a trail of misery .... should be used here.
Shall/will come .... should be used.
1165. (4) No Error
1146. (3) First clause is in Past simple. The sentence
shows past time. 1166. (2) Ability = the fact that somebody is able to do
Hence, and gave him money .... should be used
here. A gentle form of exercise will increase your ability
1147. (3) Reason has already been used.
Hence, ability to act (infinitive) ... should be used.
Hence, it is not proper to use due to.
1167. (2) Doubt = a feeling of being uncertain about
Hence, ill health .... should be used here.
1148. (3) The possessive of one is one’s. Hence, one’s word
There is some doubt about the best way to do it.
.... should be used here.
Hence, I have some doubt ... should be used.