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  1. (5)
  2. (1)    for the last two days F¶ adverbial h¶n-S¯vam trying F¶

present continuous \v ]Icwpresent perfect continuous Bbhas been trying F¶mWvth­-Xv.

  1. (3)    should live a life of F¶Ã is living a life of
  2. (3) III type if clause Â, if clause  past perfect Dwmain clause Â

conditional perfect Dw. Would not have been F¶ verb  \v ]Icwhad not been F¶ past perfect.

  1. (4) I like the latter \v ]IcwShe likes the latter (she means Mala)
  2. (3) neither – or F¶Ã neither …. norF¶mWv
  3. (3) a immigrant \v ]Icwan immigrant
  4. (4) not only …… however sXämWv

not only……. but also F¶ connective BWvicn.

  1. (2) two vowel sounds F¶ subject \v tbmPn¨ verb, occur F¶

plural

  1. (1) One solutions is F¶-Xn\v ]Icwone solution is F¶mWvth­-Xv.
  2. (3)    They had been lost their senses F¶ Passive \v ]Icwthey had lost

F¶ active BWvth­-Xv.

  1. (1)   That boy possess F¶-Xn\v ]IcwThat boy possesses F¶ Singular

thWw.

  1. (5) No error
  2. (1)   Families fortunate enough to own a house in the city are very few.
  3. (4)   I refused to help him because of his ill nature
  4. (2)   When he had been walking along the road F¶mWvth­-Xv.
  5. (4)  sympathy and kineness to me F¶mWvicn
  6. (2) that he could not deceive Ah\v ]än-¡m³ Ign-ªnÃF¶-Xn\v

]IcwAhs\ ]än-¡m³ Ign-ªn-Ã.

He could not be deceived F¶ passive form BWvicn.

  1. (3)   has helped F¶ Present perfect \v ]Icwpast tense verb F¶

\ne¡vhelped F¶ simple past BWvth­-Xv.

  1. (3)  at my uncle \v ]Icwwith my uncle
  2. (1)  every one of us F¶ subject, singular Knows F¶ singular

thWw.

  1. (4) in all respects F¶-XmWvidiomatic form.
  2. (1)  Who was guilty F¶-XmWvicn
  3. (2) dishonestly F¶-Xn\v ]Icwdishonest
  4. (2)  reporting sick \v ]Icwreported sick
  5. (3)  are always thrilling \v ]Icware always thrilled
  6. (5)  Question  correction D­v. In such delicate matters, (1) / we often

go with (2) / his advice as he has  (3)  / been handling such cases effectively  (4)  / No error (5)

  1. (2)   You should think about all the possibilities.
  2. (1)   too…..to means so…. that….not

He was so tired that he could not cross the streeteven with the help

of a porter.

  1. (4)  cannot fulfill, active voice Dwcannot be fulfilled, passive voice

Passive voice BWvth­Xv

  1. (2) his personal qualities icn
  2. (3) mostly liked by BWvicn
  3. (5)
  4. (4)  similar other method can help
  5. (1)   obvious reluctance Obvious (adj, reluctance (n.).

obviouslyF¶ adverb ]än-Ã.

  1. (2)  The new project is too big for the trainee to handle
  2. (4)  The explanation BWvsubject . was not satisfactory F¶-XmWvicn
  3. (2) apply for the post BWvicn
  4. (4)  but has not received any reply icn

or but has received no reply.

  1. (1) beside means by the side of

Besides means in addition to somebody.

ChnsSbesides BWvth­Xv

  1. (3)  the request for compensation for time
  2. (3)  many parents cannot afford to send their children to school
  3. (3)  Question \nÂloss F¶XvsXäv. Loses F¶vthWw. He was

convinced that he had lost the account BWvicn

was, past tense AXn\p ap¼v \S¶ past BWvloses. AXns\ past

perfectBb had lost F¶m-¡-Ww.

  1. (3)   goods were inferior in quality
  2. (2)   every senior citizen icn
  3. (3) because of poorly maintained facilities. Maintained F¶ adjective

s\ hnti-jn-¸n-¡m³ poor F¶ adjective ]än-Ã. poorlyF¶ adverb thWw. Verb s\ hnti-jn-¸n-¡p-¶Xpwadjs\ hnti-jn-¸n-¡p-¶XpwadvBWv.

  1. (5)
  2. (2)  The company has appointed. Consultants to help it. Company ¡v

]änbpronoun, it BWv.

  1. (5)
  2. (5)
  3. (1)  His reports suggest that
  4. (1)   He was a great leader who inspired people.
  5. (1)  an estimated forty lakh workers. Forty lakh workers sâhnti-j-W-

amWvestimated F¶ past participle. Estimated ChnsSverb AÃ,

adjBWv.

  1. (4) satisfies, is F¶ present tense sâIqsSlearn F¶ presentBWv

th­-Xv

Sentence HcpkXy-{]-kvXm-h-amWv \S-¯p-¶-Xv. AXn\v simple

present tense BWvth­-Xv.

  1. (4) Since the company was established in 1950.
  2. (5)
  3. (1)  Martha is missing her dog BWvicn
  4. (3) he would not find\v ]IcwAhsâIgn-hn-Ãmbva {]I-Sn-¸n-¡m³

could not find BWv \Ã-Xv.

  1. (2)  team of two years \v ]Icwteam for two years
  2. (3) trains are unable to run
  3. (2)            has send (incorrect) has sent (correct)
  4. (4) depends a lot on his social network
  5. (3)  needs the latest equipment to keep up
  6. (4)  The idea of turning invisible with the swish of clock has
  7. (3)  had jumping \v ]Icwhad jumped
  8. (1)  some of our staff are
  9. (3)  countable noun + many

Uncountable noun + much

us, we F¶ countable noun s\ Ipdn-¡p-¶-Xn-\mÂnot many of us BWvicn.

  1. (3)  You should select (\o Xnc-sª-Sp-¡-Ww) F¶ active voice BWv

icn.You should be selected (\o XncsªSp¡-s¸-S-Ww) F¶

passive voice Bh-iy-an-Ã.

  1. (5)
  2. (3)            just to be appointed
  3. (3) Plenty of difficulties Plenty of + plural noun.
  4. (4)   The university where I taught was
  5. (4)  neighbor districts \v ]Icwneighbourly districts.
  6. (4)  no pocket money ¡v ]Icwany pocket money
  7. (5)
  8. (2)  Funds that are collected in the morning have to be disbursed……..

Funds (plural)  have (plural)

  1. (3)  Projects your handling \v ]Icwprojects you handle
  2. (3)  awake trying to decide \v ]Icwawaken trying to decide
  3. (5)
  4. (4)  aäptense forms past

(took, was) repay bpwpast B¡-Ww. repaid BWvicn.

  1. (3)  to meet which relatives I had not met \v ]Icwto meet the relatives

whom I had not met.

  1. (1)  There were floods in this region
  2. (4) for next year \v ]Icwby the next year
  3. (4)  Centres at various locations
  4. (5)
  5. (3)  howmany cheques.

Cheques (countable noun)  sâIqsShow much hcn-Ã.

  1. (5)
  2. (2)  to find a well paid job
  3. (4)  there has been no action
  4. (2) in touch with me
  5. (3)  the most by the global recession
  6. (5)
  7. (1)  it took me four months
  8. (3)
  9. (3)  commissions \v ]Icwcommission
  10. (3)  they will not allow
  11. (4)  he was upset about something
  12. (1)  Having recently arrived
  13. (1)  Since I had ordered for a large number of books
  14. (5)
  15. (3) are always thrilled
  16. (5)
  17. (1) You should think of all the possibilities.  That Bh-iy-anÃ
  18. (1) So…. that …… not F¶mWvth­-Xv.

He was so tired that he could not cross…….

[He was too tired to cross the street…………]

  1. (4) is impossible to be satisfied
  2. Question amän-sIm-Sp-¡p-¶p.

Whenever a man attain fame (1) / his personal qualities are (2) / imitated by others who (3)  / are close to him (4) No error (5)

106         (1)   a man attains icn

  1. (3) mostly like by ¡v ]Icwmost liked by
  2. (5)
  3. (1) His obvious reluctance
  4. (4) Cannot change anything
  5. (5)
  6. (1) He walked as fast as
  7. (4)    as they had been friends since childhood
  8. (2) Gautam did not care so much about anything else
  9. (4) Can definitely change yourself
  10. (3) worked very hard

Hardly = almost not

  1. (2) nearing grocery store \v ]Icwnear by grocery store
  2. (1) As soon as he came home
  3. (5)
  4. (3) and thus her mother took her
  5. (3) which really irritated
  6. (2) was not very clear
  7. (4) the desired results
  8. (2) He was very excited about going to the park.
  9. (5)
  10. (5)
  11. (1) As she was late
  12. (1) During my visit to the country
  13. (4) There were hyenas too.
  14. (3) The number of students + is less because of …….
  15. (3) residents of the building
  16. (4) She keeps getting migraines.

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