IMPROVEMENT OF SENTENCES
491. (1) The firm (Subject) is Singular. 506. (4) No improvement
Hence, it (Pro.) will be used 507. (2) and (Conj.) is used for linking Clauses.
Hence, it sells them is the right uasge. Clause 1 ® Jackie has already gone to the airport
492. (3) expected (Verb) : required (to do something) Clause 2 ® she will meet us .....
intended (Verb) : to have a plan, result or purpose in Hence, gone to the airport and she will meet us is
your mind when you do something the right usage.
meant (Verb) : intend 508. (1) where (Rel.Pro.) ® used with place
suggested (Verb) : to put forward an idea or a plan Here, where the two roads meet is the right usage.
for other people to think about 509. (2) are graphic depictions of what is beautiful in is
Here, expected to is the right usage. the right usage.
493. (2) will enable Japan is the right usage The vivid photos (Plural Subject). Hence, Plural Verb
enable (Verb) : to make it possible for somebody to are will be used.
do something; allow 510. (4) No improvement
494. (1) Alma Mater (Noun) : the school, college or uni- 511. (1) an apple and an orange, and washed his hands is
versity that somebody went to the right usage.
Motherland (Noun) : the country that you were born 512. (3) we watched three television shows (Active Voice)
in and that you feel a strong emotional connection with
is the right usage.
Here, Alma Mater is the right usage.
513. (2) Singular Verb-is will be used.
495. (4) No improvement
weighing more than 150 tonnes is the is the right
all the time (Idiom) : repeatedly ; the whole time usage.
day in, and day out (Idiom) : on every day ; for each day 514. (4) No improvement.
l They eat nothing but vegetables, day in, and day out.
515. (3) paying (Gerund) will be used. It is the object of
496. (1) the team’s 20 players ® Plural Subject the sentence.
Hence, Passports will be used. evaded (Verb) : to find a way of not doing something,
Simple Past Tense and Plural Verb-were will be used. especially something that legally or morally you should
Hence, Government-issued passports were not up do
to international standards is the right usage. Hence, paying will replace to pay
497. (1) since (Adv.) : continuously from 516. (3) Simple Past Tense-left is the right usage.
Present Perfect Tense-have been able to use is the 517. (3) The general order of Adjectives is as follows :
right usage. Opinion Appearance Age
498. (4) No improvement ̄ ̄
499. (3) neither – nor ® Correlatives new large, compact
So, nor a philosopher is the right usage. Colour Origin Material
500. (2) hang (Simple Present) (Verb) : to attach something,
at the top ® hung (Simple Past)
hang (Simple present) (Verb) : to kill somebody , by
tying a rope around his neck and allowing him to drop ® Hence, it was a new, large, compact and tinted house
is the right usage.
hanged (Simple Past)
518. (1) sites (Noun): a place where a building will be lo-
here, hanged is the right usage.
501. (3) hardly (Adv.) : used for saying that something has
just begun, happened, etc. places (Noun) : a particular position, point or area
The sentence structure will be as follows : premises (Noun) : the building and land near to it
Hardly (Adv.) + had he gone (Past Perfect Tense) + that a business owns or uses
when his friend came. locations (Noun) : the position of something
Hence, Hardly had he gone is the right usage. Here, sites is the right usage.
502. (3) Johan (Subject closest to the Verb.) is Singular. 519. (4) No improvement
Hence, is going (Singular Verb) is the right usage. legitimate (Adj.) : allowed and accepted according to
503. (1) instead of (Prep.) : in the place of somebody/ the law; valid
something instead of is followed by an – ing form literate (Adj.) : able to read and write
working (Gerund) local (Adj.) : relating to or occuring in a particular
Here, working is the right usage. area, city, or town
504. (1) as well as is the right usage. illegal (Adj) : not allowed by law
as well as (Idiom) : in addition to 520. (1) The sentence structure will be as follows :
505. (2) Use of Double comparatives (more and better) is If they + had + known (Past Participle) ® Past Per-
Hence, better will replace more better. Hence, had known is the right usage.