English Quiz

Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct, if the sentence is correct, Mark (5) ie "No correction required" as the answer.

1. The agreement provides that one country does compensated commercial entities, whose country of origin is the other. 

(1) did compensated 

(2) does compensate 

(3) will compensate 

(4) will compensated 

(5) No correction required 

2. They agreed that they were boosting cooperating in the oil and natural gas sector.
 (1) would boost cooperation 

(2) will be boost cooperating 

(3) shall be boost cooperation 

(4) would be boost cooperation 

(5) No correction required 

3. It is India’s biggest –ever defence project till date and its large defence deal with Russia. 

(1) its larger defence 

(2) its largest defence 

(3) its defence 

(4) it large defence 

(5) No correction required

4. His happiness will had last long if, out for a walk that morning, he had not met Neelu. 

(1) would last longer 

(2) will lasted long 

(3) would have last longer 

(4) would have lasted longer 

(5) No correction required

5. The tall starched woman lay the towels across the cans. 

(1) laying the towels 

(2) laid the towels 

(3) lay their towels 

(4) lay towels 

(5) No correction required

6. It is clear that the inflation expectations surveying is here to stay, yet, in light of the above issues, it needs radical overhaul if it needs to remain credible.

(1) the inflation expectations survey is here to stay

(2) the inflation expectation survey are here to stay

(3) the inflation expectations survey is here to staying

(4) the inflation expect survey is here to stay

(5) No Correction Required

7. Walmart’s chief financial officer, admitted Asda had failed to win back customers from rivals, “in the UK, fierce competition and food deflation continues to challenge the market, significantly impacting traffic,” he said.

(1) fierce competitive and food deflation continues to challenge the market 

(2) fierce competition and food deflating continue to challenge the market 

(3) fierce competition or food deflation continue to challenging the market 

(4) fierce competition and food deflation continue to challenge the market 

(5) No Correction Required

8. Despite suggestions that Asda would tries to win back shoppers from the likes of Aldi and Lidl with aggressive price cuts the company remained “committed to the previously announced five-year £1.5bn price investment”.

(1) Asda would have try to win back shoppers from the likes

(2) Asda would being tries to win back shoppers from the likes

(3) Asda would try to win back shoppers from the likes

(4) Asda would try to win back shopping from the likes

(5) No Correction Required

9. Our strategy remains focusing on improving retail basics, simplifying and strengthening the offer through improved availability and assortment discipline.

(1) focused on improves retail basics, simplifying

(2) focused on improving retail basics, simplifying

(3) focusing on improving retailed basics, simplifying

(4) focusing on improving retail basics, simplified

(5) No Correction Required

10. Asda has been losing market sharing as Aldi and Lidl expanded rapidly, while bigger rival Tesco has improved its prices and service, price deflation and the rise of online shopping.

(1) has been losing market share as 

(2) has being losing market share as 

(3) has losing market share as 

(4) has been lost market sharing as 

(5) No Correction Required


Answer. 1. (3) 2. (1) 3. (2) 4. (4) 5. (2) 6. (1) 7. (4) 8. (3) 9. (2) 10. (1)

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