Lakshya Education MCQs

Question:

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

If you had arrived earlier, you would have found me in the bus.

Options:
A.will find
B.have found
C.found
D.not found
E.No improvement
Answer: Option D

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Question 1.

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

We had to stop for diesel because we had hardly much left.

Options:
  1.    some
  2.    more
  3.    any
  4.    none
  5.    No improvement
Answer: Option C
Question 2.

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

While walking across the road a bus knocked him down.

Options:
  1.    a bus knocked down
  2.    he was by a bus knocked
  3.    he was knocked down by a bus
  4.    knocked down by a bus
  5.    No improvement
Answer: Option C
Question 3.

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

Is the coffee so cool for you to drink?

Options:
  1.    too cool that you can drink
  2.    cool enough for you to drink
  3.    enough cool to drink
  4.    cool enough to drink
  5.    No improvement
Answer: Option B
Question 4.

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

The robber entered into the old man’s room very quietly.

Options:
  1.    entered in
  2.    entered inside
  3.    entered
  4.    entered of
  5.    No improvement
Answer: Option C
Question 5.

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

Unless he does not leave this house, I will not say anything.

Options:
  1.    had left
  2.    left
  3.    did not leave
  4.    leaves
  5.    None
Answer: Option D
Question 6.

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), and (D), should replace the words/phrases given in italics in each of the following sentences so as to make the sentence effective and meaningfully correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no change, mark "E" as your answer.

As the summer vacation approaches, the numbers of tourists are increasing by leaps and bounds.

Options:
  1.    has increased by leaps and bounds
  2.    increases by leaps and bounds
  3.    are increasing by leaps and bounds
  4.    increased by leaps and bounds
  5.    None
Answer: Option B