192. (3) Here, I have not seen him (Present Perfect Tense)       208. (3) all day long (Idioms) : throughout the day
     is the right usage.                                              The courtiers used to tell the king all day long how
     The basic structure is as follows:                               efficient an administrator he was is the right option
     Subject (I) + have + not + Past Participle (seen) ...       209. (4) No improvement
193. (2) succour (Noun) : help that you give to somebody              shopping is a Gerund.
     who is suffering or having problems                         210. (3) ourselves (Ref.Pro.) : used when you are affected
     relief (Noun) : the feeling of happiness that you have           by an action.
     when something unpleasant stops or does not happen                         affect
     Here, succour is the right usage.
                                                                      party  3⁄4 3⁄43⁄4   3⁄4®    enjoy yourself/ oneself/ourself ® Singular
194. (3) either (Conj.) comes before the Verb (Subject), as           yourselves/ourselves ® Plural
     the actions mentioned are different.                               (you)        (we)
                                                                      we had a grand party and we enjoyed ourselves very
     Hence, have been either subjected to is the right
                                                                      much. — is the right option
                                                                 211. (2) For good (Idiom) : permanently
195. (3) although (Conj.) : in spite of the fact that ; even
     though ; though                                               l This time she’s leaving for good (she will never return)
     strenuous (Adj.) : needing great effort and energy ‘al-          He has left India for good. — is the right option.
     though’ is used to show contrasts in situation.             212. (4) No improvement
     Here, although it was is the right usage.                        credibly (Adv.) : in a way that is easy or possible to
196. (3) breeze (Noun) % a light wind
                                                                      give somebody up (Idiom) : to offer somebody to be
     wind (Noun) : air that moves quickly as a result of              captured (caught)
     natural forces
                                                                 213. (1) student will be used in Plural (students)
     wind can be strong and not the breeze.
                                                                      one of is followed by Plu. N.
     Hence, The strong wind is the right usage.                       one of the most intelligent students of the school
197. (3) hardly (Adv.) : almost no ; almost not ; almost none         — is the right option.
     hard (Adj.) : (of people) putting a lot of effort or energy 214. (1) whose (Pro., Det.) : used for saying which person
     into an activity                                                 or thing you mean
     Hence, hard working people is the right usage.                   which (Pro., Det.) : used to be exact about the thing
198. (4) No improvement                                            l It was a crisis for which she was totally unprepared.
199. (1) Prep. (in) : used for indicating a place                     Here, the name of which is the right usage.
     Hence, in Delhi is the right usage.                         215. (3) He won both a medal and a scholarship is the right
200. (1) just now (Idiom) : at this moment                            option
     instantaneously (Adv.) : immediately                        216. (1) A sikh, taller than any of his comrades, rushed
     presently (Adv.) : now ; currently                               forward is the right option
     instantly (Adv.) : immediately                              217. (3) An author who was famous in the reign of Queen
                                                                      Anne, lived in a cottage is the right option
     Here, just now is the right usage.
                                                                 218. (3) He would have lost the election if you had not sup-
201. (4) No improvement
                                                                      ported him is the right option
202. (3) hardly (Adv.) : used for saying that something has
                                                                 219. (1) My uncle is rich enough to buy a car is the right
     just begun, happened etc.                                        option.
     Hardly — when are the right pair of Correlatives.           220. (3) The lorry ran over an old man walking along the
     Hardly had the dividend been declared than the no-               road is the right option
     tices were sent out. — is the right option                  221. (3) cope (Verb) : manage; to deal successfully with
203. (2) The tiger jumped at him while he was riding upon             something difficult
     his horse is the right option                                    work (Verb) : to do something
204. (3) in black and white (Idiom) : in writing or printing          deal (Verb) : to do business with somebody
     I must have your terms down, in black and white is               improve (Verb) : to become better than before
     the right option                                                 Here, cope is the right usage.
205. (4) No improvement                                          222. (3) ago (Adv.) : used in expressions of time with the
206. (3) Questions beginning with what will end with a prep-          Simple Past Tense to show how far in the past some-
     osition.                                                         thing happened
  l What music are you listening to (Prep.) ?                         before (Adv.) : at an earlier time ; in the past
     What do you go to school for ? — is the right option          l the week before (the previous week)
207. (2) in good time (Idiom) : early ; with enough time so        l long before (a long time earlier)
     that you may not be in a hurry                                   earlier (Adv.) : near the beginning of a period of time,
     He completed his report in good time and this pleased            an event, a piece of work, etc.
     the directors is the right option                             l early in the week /year/season/morning