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1. (a) Option (b) is incorrect because ‘The first two chapters’ will be used in place of ‘The two first chapters’ as ordinal adjective ( like…first, second…next, last etc.) is used first then after that cardinal adjective is used ( one, two, three, four etc.). Other options are also incorrect similarly and only
option (a) is correct.

2. (a) Option (b) is incorrect because ‘live’ will be used in place of ‘have been lived’ as simple present tense is used for work done for some permanent work of present.

3. (d) All the options except (d) are incorrec

4. (a) All the options are incorrect except option (a). Option (d) is incorrect as ‘between’ is used for two things or person

5. (e) All are incorrect.

6. (e) All are incorrect.

7. (c) All the options are incorrect except option (c).

8. (d) All of the option are incorrect except option (d).

9. (d) All of the given options are incorrect except option (d).

10. (b) All of the given options are incorrect except option (b).

11. (e)‘Bored to death’ means very bored; extremely dull and uninteresting

12. (c)‘to go to’ is the correct use. “to go” means “the action of traveling to”

13. (e)No correction required.

14. (a)‘be aware of’ is the correct use. “be aware of” means “to know about”.

15. (a)‘put off’ is the correct use. “put off” means “to change the time or date of something so that it happens later than originally planned, especially because of a problem”.

16. (c)‘called around’ is the correct use. “Called around” means “phone many different places/people”.

17. (e) No correction required. “Chip in” means “contribute something as one’s share of a joint activity, cost, etc.”

18. (d) ‘hang in’ is the correct use. “hang in” means “remain persistent and determined in difficult circumstances.”

19. (d) ‘think back’ is the correct use. “think back” means “recall a past event or time.”

20. (d) ‘Cut in’ is the correct use. “Cut in” means “interrupt someone while they are speaking”

 

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