English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): In each given sentence, a group of words is given in bold. Below each sentence are four other groups of words of which you have to choose one to substitute the words given in bold. If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) as the answer.

1. I am glad to hear that you narrowly escaped being run over by a speeding car yesterday.
1) by being run over by
2) to run over by
3) run over down by
4) being over run by
5) No correction required

2. It is with a heavy heart that I pen these few lines to condole for you on the death of your beloved mother.
1) condole with you in
2) condole upon you on
3) condole with you on
4) condole for you with
5) No correction required

3. You should visit France when you had been to England.
1) had gone to England
2) go to England
3) were going to England
4) should have gone to England
5) No correction required

4. He is one of the best players that has ever lived.
1) that would have ever lived
2) that have ever lived
3) that would have been ever lived
4) that would ever live
5) No correction required

5. He asked me if he did shut the window.
1) will shut the window
2) can shut the window
3) may shut the window
4) should shut the window
5) No correction required

1. 5
2. 1
3. 2
4. 2
5. 4

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