Competitive Exams: Grammar Sentence Correction (Practice-Test 5 of 10)

  1. It is highly desirable that you furnish evidence of your expenses before you submit your final accounts.

    1. It is highly desirable that you furnish evidence of your expenses

    2. It is highly desirable that you should furnish evidence of your expenses

    3. It is highly to be desired that you furnish evidences of your expenses

    4. You must furnish evidence of your expenses

  2. The population of tigers in the National Park is increasing steadily, and this is a source of encouragement to those who have worked so hard to fund the conservation effort.

    1. steadily, and this

    2. steadily: Which

    3. steadily; this trend

    4. steadily, this increase

  3. In the fine print at the end of the document lies the clauses that make us liable for any expenses that result from civil unrest.

    1. lies the clauses that make us liable for any expenses that

    2. lies the clauses that make us liable for any expenses which

    3. lies the clause that make us liable for any expenses that

    4. lie the clauses that makes us liable for any expenses which

  4. The administration discussed whether the number of students studying European languages was likely to decline when the senior lecturer retired.

    1. whether the number of students studying European languages was likely

    2. whether the number of students studying European languages were likely

    3. if the students studying European languages were likely

    4. if the number of European language students were likely

  5. If the gardener would sow the seeds in the greenhouse rather than the garden, he might get a better display of flowers.

    1. If the gardener would sow the seeds in the greenhouse rather than the garden

    2. If the gardener sowed the seeds in the greenhouse rather than the garden

    3. If the gardener would sow the seeds in the greenhouse rather than in the garden

    4. If the gardener were to sow the seeds in the greenhouse rather than in the garden