l  Her scars are hardly noticeable now.                     329. (1) deployed (Verb) : to move soldiers or weapons into
     popular (Adj.) : liked or enjoyed by a large number of        a position where they are ready for military action
     people                                                        employed (Verb) : to give somebody a job to do for
  l This is one of our most popular designs.                       payment
     remarkable (Adj) : unusual ; astonishing ; surprising         Here, deployed is the right usage.
     in a way that causes people to take notice               330. (3) Singular Verb-is will be used with the name of the
  l a remarkable achievement/talent                                book Gulliver’s Travel
     Here, remarkable is the right usage.                          Hence, is is the right usage.
319. (1) exert (Verb) : to use power or influence to affect   331. (1) narrate (Verb) : to tell a story ; to relate
     somebody/something                                            tell (Verb) : to give information to somebody by speaking
     It agrees with on (Prep.)                                     or writing
     Here, on (Prep.) is the right usage.                          Simple Past Tense-narrated is the right usage.
320. (4) No improvement                                       332. (2) Inf. (to) will be used after prefer (Verb) and not
     Shakespeare is considered to be one of the greatest           than (Prep., Conj.)
     dramatists/writers, so, Kalidasa considered in India.         Hence, to (Prep.) is the right usage.
     Hence, to lay force, on the Superlative quality the      333. (3) said (Verb) will be used as there is no object men-
     (Def. Art) is used.                                           tioned.
321. (3) pass out (of something) (Phr.V.) : to leave a mili-  334. (1) should (Mod.V.) : used for indicating duty
     tary college after finishing a course of training             have to (Mod.V.) : used for showing that you must do
     pass on (to somebody) (Phr.V.) : to give something to         something
     somebody else                                              l You don’t have to knock – just walk in.
     pass away (Phr.V.) : to die
                                                                   Hence, should is the right usage.
     pass (Verb) : to achieve the required standard in an
     exam, a test, etc.                                       335. (1) Present Perfect Continuous Tense-have been
                                                                   working here since is the right usage.
     Here, passed is the right usage.
                                                                   since (Prep.) : from a point in the past until now
322. (2) demolished (Verb) : to pull or knock down a build-
     ing                                                        l We’ve been living here since 2006.
  l The factory will be demolished next year.                 336. (3) myself (Pro.) : the Reflexive form of I
     destroyed (Verb) : to damage something so badly that          I (Pro.) : used as the Subject
     it no longer exists, works, etc.                              Hence, I am is the right usage.
  l The building was completely destroyed by fire.            337. (1) Simple Past Tense-gave is the right usage.
     Here, demolished is the right usage.                     338. (4) No improvement
323. (4) No improvement                                            have/had is used with food and drink (a meal, break-
     novels (Noun) ® Plural                                        fast, lunch, dinner, a snack, a cup of tea)
     Hence, Plural Verb-have is used.                              [British Council - Learn English]
324. (3) pre-requisite (Noun) : pre-condition ; necessary     339. (2) unless (Conj.) ® used in a negative sense.
     as a precondition                                             Hence, an Affirmative Sentence will be used.
  l Competence is prerequisite to promotion.                       Hence, unless you is the right usage.
     requirements (Noun) : something that you need or         340. (2) have (Stative Verb) ® expresses a state/condition
     want                                                          rather than action
  l Our immediate requirement is extra staff.                      ® will not be used in Progressive Tense
     Here, pre requisite is the right usage.                       Hence, have is the right usage.
325. (2) abstain (Verb) : to keep oneself from doing some-    341. (2) tonight (Adverb) : today’s night; on or during the
     thing                                                         evening or night of today
     It agrees with from (Prep.) and followed by Gerund            Hence, tonight is the right usage.
     (speaking)                                               342. (3) too (Adv.) : used before Adjectives and Adverbs
     Hence, from speaking is the right usage.                      to say that something is more than is good, necessary,
326. (2) Unless (Conj.) : except under the circumstances that      possible, etc.
     except (Conj.) : only ; otherwise than                        Sentence structure will be as follows :
     Here, unless is the right usage.                              Subject + Verb + too + Adj. + Inf.
327. (4) No improvement                                                ̄             ̄        ̄       ̄        ̄
328. (1) flourishing (Verb) : to develop quickly and be suc-       The offer       is     too good       to
     cessful or common                                          l He’s very scared. He can’t move.
  l Few businesses are flourishing today.
                                                                l He’s too scared to move.
     look up (Phr.V.) : improve                                    Adj./Adv. denotes cause
  l At last things were beginning to look up.
                                                                   Inf. denotes effect
     Here, flourishing is the right usage.                         Hence, too good to is the right usage.