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Question 16

Direction: Choose the sentence (s) which is/are punctuated correctly.

I. Yes, Jagrit, you were right about that answer.

II. Yes Jagrit, you were right about that answer.

III. I saw our town՚s ex-Mayor Prakash Kumar in the mall.

IV. I saw our town՚s ex-mayor in the market.

A. I, III

B. I, III, IV

C. I, IV

D. II, III

Question 17

Direction: Choose the sentence (s) which is/are punctuated correctly.

I. As Caesar loved me, I wept for him; as he was fortunate, I rejoice at it; as he was valiant, I honour him; but as he was ambitious, I slew him.

II. Danish, my friend from Chandigarh, Punjab, will join us.

III. Danish, my friend, from Chandigarh, Punjab will join us.

IV. As Caesar loved me, I wept for him; as he was fortunate, I rejoice at It; as he was valiant, I honour him: but as he was ambitious, I slew him.

A. II

B. II, IV

C. I, III

D. I, II

Question 18

Direction: Choose the sentence (s) which is/are punctuated correctly.

I. A liberally sprinkled dose of humour was very much appreciated.

II. Right now I want two things: peace and quiet.

III. Our liberal-minded clergyman managed to unite the entire congregation.

IV. Right now I want two things; peace and quiet.

A. II, III

B. I, IV

C. I, II, III

D. III, IV

Question 19

Direction: Choose the sentence (s) which is/are punctuated correctly.

I. It may not be the correct part, but I bet that it works.

II. It may not be the correct part but: I bet that it works.

III. O father! I hear the sound of guns.

IV. O Hamlet, speak no more!

A. I, III

B. I, III, IV

C. II, III

D. I, IV

Question 20

Direction: For each question, identity the correct subjects and verbs. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined.

A. Every environmental regulation has been undermined by that Industry.

B. Every environmental regulation has been undermined by that industry.

C. Every environmental regulation has been undermined by that industry.

D. Every environmental regulation has been undermined by that Industry.

Question 21

Direction: For each question, identity the correct subjects and verbs. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined.

A. My gift for singing and dancing simultaneously did not fail to attract attention.

B. My gift for singing and dancing simultaneously did not fall to attract attention.

C. My gift for singing and dancing simultaneously did not fail to attract attention.

D. My gift for singing and dancing simultaneously did not fail to attract attention.

Question 22

Direction: For each question, identity the correct subjects and verbs. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined.

A. Every attempt to flatter her failed miserably.

B. Every attempt to flatter her failed miserably.

C. Every attempt to flatter her failed miserably.

D. Every attempt to flatter her failed miserably.

Question 23

Direction: For each question, identity the correct subjects and verbs. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined.

A. If all is lost, why am I still playing cricket?

B. If all is lost, why am I still playing cricket?

C. If all is lost, why am I still playing cricket?

D. If all is lost, why am I still playing cricket?

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