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Here, progeny is the right 38. (4) In a negative sentence, the l The three winners congratulated
usage. question tag is positive. one another.
29. (1) in (Prep.) is used for Here, need they is the right usage. Here, one another is the right
indicating a location or place 39. (2) indifferent (Adjective) : usage.
Here, in is the right usage. uninterested 50. (2) put something in something
30. (4) The adjective with two words It agrees with Prep.-to (Idiom) % to spend a lot of time or
joined by the hyphen is called a Here, to is the right usage. make a lot of effort doing
Compound Adjective. 40. (4) accession (N oun) : the something.
When we have a Compound attainment of a dignity or rank Here, in is the right usage.
Adjective using numbers + a It agrees with Prep.-to 51. (4) however (Adjective) : in
time period, the word referring Here, to is the right usage. whatever way
to a time period is in Singular 41. (4) indignant (Adjective) % Here, however is the right
for m and is joined to the usage.
feeli ng or showing anger at
number with a hyphen. 52. (2) Singular form is used with
something unjust or wrong.
Here, eight-century-old is the Compound Adjectives using
It agrees with at (Prep.)
right usage. numbers and hyphen.
Here, at is the right usage.
31. (3) As there is comparison Here, a 17-year-old is the right
between two, Comp. Deg. will 42. (3) The sentence is in
be used. Subjunctive Mood beginning
with the if-clause. 53. (2) and (Conj.) : also ; in
Here, the smaller of them is addition to.
the right usage. The Verb will be in Past Tense
and Plural Here, and is the right usage.
32. (2) In In direct speech, a
54. (3) go down (Phr. V.) : to fall to
question becomes an Assertive Here, were is the right usage.
the ground ; to become lower ;
Sentence. 43. (3) The structure of the
to be written in something ; to
Here, she lived is the right sentence is as follows :
be recorded or remembered in
usage. the + comparative.... + the + something
33. (2) must be (Aux.V.) : used for comparative
go by (Phr. V.) : (of time) to pass;
showing that you are very Here, the higher is the right to be guided by something; to
surprised at what somebody usage. form an opinion from something
has just said 44. (2) When a Noun precedes go on (Phr. V.) : (of time) to pass;
suppo sed to be (Idi om) : (comes before) a Gerund, that continues without changing ;
expected o r intended to do Noun takes a possessive form. continue speaking, often a short
something In this case, possessive form for pause
Here, must be is the right usage. Elizabeth Barrett is her. go through (Phr. V.) : to look at
34. (4) The sentence is a Here, her marrying is the right or examine something carefully;
Conditional Sentence with if- usage. to exp erience or suffer
clause at the beginning. 45. (2) not ____ either is used after something
Its formation will be as follows : a negative sentence Here, go down is the right
if-clause (Past Perfect), Main Here, Mexico doesn’t either is usage.
Clause (could + have + Past + the right usage. 55. (3) are to be ranked is the right
46. (3) rely on (Phr. V.): to depend on usage.
Here, could have been is the
Here, relies is the right usage. The sentence is in Passive
47. (2) The sentence is in Indirect Voice
35. (1) either (Adverb) : used for
speech showing Past time. So, 56. (1) stress (Verb) : to emphasize
indicating a similarity or link
Past Perfect Tense will be used a fact, an idea, etc.
with a statement just made ;
likewise; also used after negative Here, had left is the right usage. Here, stressing is the right
clauses 48. (1) for all (Idioms) % despite; in usage.
Here, isn’t either is the right spite of 57. (2) watching is the Direct
usage. Here, wealth, miser is the right Object of the Verb-enjoy
36. (1) In a positive statement, the usage. Here, watching is the right
question tag is negative. The 49. (3) one another (Pro.) : used usage.
sentence is in Simple Future when you are saying that each 58. (2) troupe (Noun) : a group of
Tense member of a group does actors, singers, etc. who work
Here, won’t it is the right usage. something to or for the other together
37. (3) yours (Pronoun) % of or people in the group troop (Noun) : group of soldiers
belonging to you. one another and each other band (Noun) : a small group of
It is the second person Possessive are Reciprocal Pronouns. musicians who play popular
Pronoun replacing your + Noun. l Bob and Tom were quarrelling music together, often with a
with each other. singer or singers
Here, yours is the right usage.