48. (4) No improvement                                       64. (3) emigrant (Noun) : a person who leaves a country
    between (Prep.) ® one member to another member               to live in another
    (reciprocal)                                                 migratory (Adj.) : wandering from one place to anoth-
    among (Pre.p) ® with all members (collective)                er at different times of the year
49. (3) nor (Conj., Adv.) : used before a Positive Verb to       immigrant (Noun) : a person who comes to a country
    agree something Negative that has just been said.            to live there
  l She doesn’t like them and nor does he.                       itinerant (Noun) : travelling from place to place, espe-
  l I’m not going and nor is he.                                 cially looking for a job
    Hence, nor do I is the right usage.                          Here, emigrant is the right usage.
50. (3) Positive Sentence ® Negative tag                     65. (2) Neither do I nor does my friend is the right usage.
    Tag structure ® First Auxiliary (can) + not (can’t)
                                                             66. (1) Here, the poorer of is the right usage.
    Hence, can’t they ? is the right usage.
                                                                 There is a comparison between two workers.
51. (2) Subjunctive Mood ® expresses a wish
                                                             67. (3) than (Conj., Prep.) is used for indicating the sec-
    Use of if-clauses ® expresses an unreal or imaginary
    condition.                                                   ond part of a comparison
    The Past Tense of the Subjunctive uses the Verb-             Hence, more than enough is the right usage.
    were.                                                    68. (4) No improvement
    Hence, were is the right usage.                          69. (3) Negative Sentence ® Positive Tag
52. (3) respect (Noun) agrees with Prep. (for)                   Tag Structure ® First Auxiliary (will)
    faith (Noun) agrees with Prep. (in)                          Hence, will you is the right usage.
    Hence, respect for and unlimited faith in is the right   70. (1) The sentence is in Passive Voice, Present Con-
    usage.                                                       tinuous Tense.
53. (1) addicted (Adj.) : unable to stop doing something
                                                                 Hence, being disturbed is the right usage.
    as a habit
                                                             71. (4) No improvement.
    an Adj. + to ® Gerund (Verb + ing) will be used.
    Hence, addicted to smoking is the right usage.               Structure of sentence in Simple Future Tense is as
                                                                 follows :
54. (4) lest (Conj.) : in case ; for fear that
    should (Mod.V) is used with lest                             Subject + Auxiliary Verb + Main Verb
    Hence, you should forget is the right usage.                      ̄                  ̄             ̄
55. (1) Here, go out to play (Inf.) is the right usage.               I              will         reach
56. (3) for (Prep.) is used for showing purpose or function  72. (2) each other (Pro.) shows that each member of a
    Hence, for (Prep.) is the right usage.                       group does something to or for the other member
57. (4) No improvement                                         l They looked at each other and laughed. (A looked at
    dazzled (Verb.) : dim the vision with very bright light      B and B looked at A)
    or moving lights                                             one another (Pro.) is used when you are saying that
58. (3) Here, What matters most is the right usage.              each member of a group does something to or for the
59. (2) Positive Sentence (without Auxiliary) ® Negative Tag     other people in the group
    Tag structure ® do/did/does + not                          l We all try and help one another.
    Hence, didn’t you ? (Past Tense) is the right usage.         Hence, each other is the right usage.
60. (4) No improvement                                       73. (3) they only work : they do only work nothing else
    board (Noun) : a long, thin, flat piece of wood              work only when : never work, except when
    boarding (Verb) : to furnish with meals, or with meals     l Call me only when your cold is unbearable.
    and lodging, for a payment
                                                                 Here, They work only when they have no money is
    board (Noun) : a person’s food/meals, provided regu-
                                                                 the right sentence.
    larly for money
                                                             74. (2) The structure of the sentence in the Past Contin-
    used in Phr. like full board, board and lodging
                                                                 uous Tense is as following :
61. (3) The sentence structure is as follows :
                                                                 Subject + Auxiliary Verb (be) + Main Verb + ing
    It’s high time + Subject (you) + Past Verb (went) ®
    Refers to the present moment                                       ̄                 ̄                ̄
    Hence, went is the right usage.                                  he               was           running
62. (1) Here, a 99-feet long bath for males is the right                          (Simple Past)
    usage.                                                       Hence, was running is the right usage.
63. (4) No improvement                                       75. (4) No improvement
    siphon something + off (Prep.) : to remove money from        discord (Noun) : lack of agreement among persons,
    one place and move it to another, especially dishonestly     groups or things
    or illegally ; divert
                                                                 A note of discord surfaced during the proceedings.