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157. (2) Positive Statement ® Negative Tag sensory (Adj.) : connected with your physical senses
Tag Structure ® First Auxiliary (can) + not (can’t) Here, sensual is the right usage.
Hence, can’t we ? is the right usage. 176. (3) Reflexive Pronoun-myself will be used.
158. (3) The structure of the sentence is as follows : Hence, disguise myself is the right usage.
If + Past Perfect, Main Clause with would + have + Past Participle 177. (2) deny (Verb) : to refuse to admit or accept something
̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ It gives a negative sense.
If I had followed .... I would have regretted Hence, had forged (Past Perfect Tense) is the right
Hence, would not have regretted is the right usage. usage.
159. (1) answer (Verb) agrees with Prep.-to 178. (4) No improvement
160. (4) No improvement 179. (1) rule out (Phr.V.) : to state that something is not
possible or that something is not suitable.
161. (4) No improvement
rule off (Phr.V.) : to separate something from the next
162. (4) No improvement section of writing by drawing a line underneath it
Intend (Verb) of feeling. Hence, will be followed by Here, out is the right usage.
Inf. with to.
180. (3) callous (Adj.) : cruel ; not caring about people’s
163. (4) No improvement feelings or suffering
164. (1) no room (Idiom) : no space generates (verb) : to produce or create something
Here, no seat is the right usage. misanthrope (Noun) : a person who hates and avoids
165. (1) along (Prep.) : in a line that follows the side of other people
something long Here, produces is the right usage.
on (Prep.) : at or near a place 181. (2) Here, did you say is the right usage.
Here, along the river banks is the right usage. 182. (3) Here, known not only for his wealth is the right
166. (4) No improvement usage.
167. (3) Here to have been rich is the right usage. 183. (2) cooperation (Noun) : the fact of doing something
168. (1) taken away (Phr.V.) : made an effort or value of together or of working towards a shared aim
something seem less affinity (Noun) : a strong feeling that you understand
whisked (Verb) : took somebody/something very somebody or something and like them or it.
quickly and suddenly collaboration (Noun) : the act of working with another
person or group of people to create or produce something
Here, whisked is the right usage.
Here, cooperation is the right usage.
169. (4) No improvement
184. (2) out of control (Idiom) : to be or become impossi-
contrite (Adj.) : very sorry for something bad that
ble to manage or to control
you have done.
out of sight (Idiom) : the area or distance within which
170. (1) demand (Verb) : to ask for something very firmly somebody can’t see or something can’t be seen
beg (Verb) : to ask somebody, especially in an anxious out of bounds (Idiom) : not acceptable ; not allowed
way because you want or need it very much to go to a place
request (Verb) : to ask for something or ask some- out of reach (Idiom) : out of bounds
body to do something in a polite or formal way Here, out of control is the right usage.
Here, demanding is the right usage. 185. (1) Here whenever I have a doubt is the right usage.
171. (1) (be) cut out (for)(Phr.V.) : to have the qualities whenever (Conj.) : everytime, at anytime
and abilities needed 186. (2) coward (Noun) : a person who is not brave or who
cut up (Phr.V.) : to behave in a noisy and silly way does not have the courage to do things that other people
cut in (Phr.V.) : to go in front of other people who are do not think are, especially difficult.
waiting Here, in a cowardly manner is the right usage.
Here, cut out is the right usage. 187. (4) No improvement
172. (4) No improvement 188. (4) No improvement
craved for (Adj.) : to have a very strong desire for used to (have) (Mod.V) : something that you had in
something ; longed the past but no longer have it now (in the present)
sought after (Adj.) : wanted by many people, because 189. (3) Use of any Prep. is superfluous.
it is of very good quality or difficult to get or to find Hence, reached Calcutta is the right usage.
173. (3) Here, requires a wash is the right usage. 190. (2) The structure of the negative sentence is as fol-
174. (1) word for word (Idiom) : in the exact words lows :
word by word (Idiom) : one word at a time Subject (I) + did + not Verb (see) ..
Hence, did not see is the right usage.
Here, word for word is the right usage.
191. (1) follow in somebody’s footsteps (Idiom) : to do
175. (2) sensual (Adj.) : giving pleasure to your physical
the same job, have the same style of life, etc. as some-
senses, especially sexual pleasure
sensuous (Adj.) : giving pleasure to your senses ; sug-
Hence, follow in is the right usage.
gesting an interest in sexual pleasure