IMPROVEMENT OF SENTENCES
868. I want to dispose off all my old 878. I needn’t get up early tomorrow, Directions (885-906) : In the fol-
furniture immediately shouldn’t I ? lowing questions, a sentence/ part of
(1) dispose (1) don’t I ? (2) do I ? the sentence is printed in bold. Below
(2) disposed off (3) need I ? (4) No improvement are given alternatives to the bold sen-
tence/part of the sentence which may
(3) dispose of Directions (879– 881) : In the
improve the sentence. Choose the cor-
(4) No improvement following questions, a part of the sen- rect alternative. In case no improve-
Directions (869–878) : In the fol- tence is bold. Below are given alterna-
ment is needed, your answer is No
lowing questions, a sentence/ part of tives to the bold part which may im- Improvement.
the sentence is printed in bold. Below prove the sentence. Choose the cor- (SSC CGL Tier-II Exam, 25.10.2015, TF
are given alternatives to the bold sen- rect alternative. In case no improve- No. 2148789)
tence/part of the sentence which may ment is needed, choose “No Improve-
885. Many a man have died of can-
improve the sentence. Choose the cor- ment”.
rect alternative. In case no improve- (SSC Constable (GD) cer.
ment is needed, your answer is No Im- Exam, 04.10.2015, Ist Sitting) (1) No improvement
provement. 879. Covering thirty kilometres in thir- (2) have died from
(SSC CGL Tier-I Re-Exam, 30.08.2015) ty minutes are not a great dis- (3) have been dying of
869. He parts his hair in the centre. tance using a brand new car. (4) has died of
(1) at the centre (1) aren’t a great distance
886. I want to admit in a university in
(2) near the centre (2) is no distance
(3) in the middle the US.
(3) No improvement
(4) No improvement (1) go (2) enter
(4) is not a great distance
870. I can’t allow you to make jokes in (3) enrol (4) No improvement
880. Years ago, I met a man which was
the class. President and Chairman of the 887. He was a failure at art but his
(1) cut (2) crack board of a company. last piece was so beautiful that
(3) break (4) No improvement (1) whom no one could believe he had
871. Shut the window; it is fairly cold. painted it.
(2) No improvement
(1) quiet (2) quite
(3) who (1) breath taking enough to be
(3) rather (4) No improvement
872. She is the lady who will inaugu- (4) whose unreal.
rate the exhibition. 881. Where are you coming from ? (2) indeed a masterpiece !
(1) declare the exhibition open (1) No improvement (3) very realistic and unbeliev-
(2) start the exhibition (2) do you come from able.
(3) begin the exhibition (3) were you from (4) No improvement
(4) No improvement (4) you are coming from 888. This matter admits no excuse.
873. He avoids to speak to me. Directions (882–884) : In the fol-
(1) to talk lowing questions, a part of the sentence (1) admits for
(2) speaking is printed in bold. Below are given al- (2) No improvement
(3) speech ternatives to the bold part which may (3) admits of
(4) No improvement improve the sentence. Choose the cor- (4) admits to
874. A major water pollutant due to the rect alternatives. In case no improve-
growth of large cities is the sew- 889. I was greatly shocked by the most
ment is needed your answer is No im-
ages. provement. ruthless murder.
(1) a sewage (SSC Constable (GD) (1) gruesome
(2) a sewages Exam, 04.10.2015, IInd Sitting)
(3) the sewage (2) shocking
882. Journalism and medicine would
(4) No improvement be two of his career options. (3) loathsome
875. I have just taken my meals. (1) No improvement (4) No improvement
(1) I have just had my food (2) could be 890. She is annoying that her father
(2) I am done with my meals
(3) will be had not accepted her suggestion.
(3) I finished my meals
(4) might be
(4) No improvement (1) was to annoy
876. I stayed at Henry house for a 883. No economist can accurately
foresee whether tax will go up or (2) had to annoy
down. (3) No improvement
(1) Henry’s home
(2) Henry’s (1) expect (4) was annoyed
(3) Henry home (2) anticipate 891. If the room had been brighter, I
(4) No improvement (3) No improvement would have been able to read for
877. The warden told the boys to (4) obviate a while before going to bed.
quickly clean their rooms. 884. One should keep their word.
(1) clean their rooms hastily (1) one’s (1) If the room was brighter
(2) clean their rooms quickly (2) his (2) If the room are brighter
(3) cleanse their rooms quickly (3) everyone’s (3) Had the room been brighter
(4) No improvement (4) No improvement (4) No improvement