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Adjectives are words that are used to describe or modify nouns or pronouns. For example red, quick and happy are adjectives because they can describe things like, a red coat, a quick deer, a happy person etc.

Model Questions

1. Can you tell (a)/ me how many (b)/ milk is enough to (c)/ complete this dish (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘Milk’ is an uncountable noun. So, ‘much’ should be used. So, ‘how much’ should be used in place of ‘how many’.

Ans: b

2. Everybody knows (a)/ that Suresh is (b)/ the most unique (c)/ painter of our college (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: The word ‘unique’ must be used without any modifiers, such as ‘very’, ‘most’, ‘somewhat’, etc. because uniqueness is not comparable. So, ‘a unique’ should be used in place of ‘the most unique’.

Ans: c

3. The dishonest (a)/ is penalized (b)/ sooner or later, (c)/ for sure (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: An adjective becomes a plural common noun whenever the definite article ‘the’ precedes it. Here, ‘are’ should be used in place of ‘is’.

Ans: b

4. This might be (a)/ the more difficult task (b)/ I would ever (c)/ perform on the stage (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: The ‘task’ I performed now is compared will all the other tasks of mine and it becomes the most difficult task he performed ever till now. So, superlative degree should be used. Here, ‘the most’ should be used in place of ‘the more’. Ans: b Explanation: A comparative degree not used with ‘a number of times’. So, ‘efficient’ should be used in place of ‘more efficient’.

Ans: c

6. Although, Manoj and Suresh (a)/ are tall but (b)/ Manoj is comparatively taller (c)/ than Suresh (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: After the word ‘comparatively’, a comparative degree should not be followed. So, ‘tall’ should be used in place of ‘taller’.

Ans: c

7. My friend’s house (a)/ is further than (b)/ my house (c)/ from our school (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: The word ‘farther’ is used to indicate the extent to which one thing is distant from another (far……. Farther). ‘Further’ means additional. So, ‘farther’ is the correct usage here.

Ans: b

8. One thousand of aspirants (a)/ attended the meeting (b)/ held in the (c)/ Home branch of HDFC Bank (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘Of’ does not follow a definite numeral adjective (here one thousand aspirants). But we can use ‘thousands of aspirants’ in case of an indefinite numeral adjective. So, ‘of’ should be removed from the sentence.

Ans: a

9. Although his speech (a)/ was not very clearly (b)/ everyone understood (c)/ the underlying meaning (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘clearly’ is an adverb. But, to qualify a noun (here speech), an adjective should be used. So, ‘clear’ is the correct usage.

Ans: b

10. The two first to (a)/ arrive quick are the (b)/ lucky recipients (c)/ of the prize (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: The ordinals (first, second, third...) always used before cardinals (0, 1, 2, …...). Here, ‘the first two’ should be used in place of ‘the two first’.

Ans: a

11. A diamond is (a)/ harder than (b)/ any other metal (c)/ in the world (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: Diamond is not a metal. As we cannot compare a diamond with other metals head-to-head, we use ‘any metal’ instead of ‘any other metal’.

Ans: c

12. The number of (a)/ cases of robbery has (b)/ risen this year by (c)/ as many as 50 percent (d)/ No error (e)

Explanation: ‘Much’ is used when we are speaking about a singular noun (here the number of robbery cases). So, ‘as much as’ should be used in place of ‘as many as’.

Ans: d

13. This book is undoubtedly (a)/ preferable than that (b)/ and its content (c)/ and concepts are also comparatively good (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: The word ‘preferable’ is followed by ‘to’. So, ‘to’ should be used in place of ‘than’.

Ans: b

14. In the Sunday market were (a)/ the more popular encyclopedias (b)/ and science journals (c)/ available for the students (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘More popular’ is used in comparative sentences. But the given sentence is not comparing things. ‘Most popular’ suits best for the sentence.

Ans: b

15. My all friends (a)/ and relatives will come (b)/ tomorrow to attend (c)/ my brother’s wedding (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘My all friends’ means that you have own something called ‘all friends’, which is not the correct usage. ‘All my friends’ is the correct usage here. We can use ‘all of my friends’ if needed. So, ‘All my’ should be used in place of ‘my all’.

Ans: a

16. These sort of people achieve (a)/ their goals by hook or by crook (b)/ so they do not (c)/ deserve any applause (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: Words like sort, kind, etc. are used in plural form, when they are used as an adjective to qualify a plural noun. ‘These sorts of people’ should be used in place of ‘these sort of people’.

Ans: a

17. A five-miles walk (a)/ is really a (b)/ herculean task for (c)/ someone of her age (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: Hyphenated adjectives are always used in singular form. So, ‘five-mile walk’ should be used in place of ‘five-miles walk’.

Ans: a

18. The credit unions are the (a)/ co-operative financial institutions similarly (b)/ to a bank but unlike banks the credit unions (c)/ are owned by a group of people (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: Here in the sentence, to qualify a noun (the credit unions) with another noun (banks), an adjective should be used. ‘Similarly’ is an adverb, which is not the correct usage here. So, we use the adjective ‘similar’.

Ans: b

19. A few topic of (a)/ this book are important (b)/ from the examination (c)/ point of view (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘A few’ is always followed by a plural noun. ‘A few topics’ should be used in place of ‘a few topic’.

Ans: a

20. Harish ran to the (a)/ nearing general store to (b)/ buy biscuits as his (c)/ parents were expecting guests in his home (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: To qualify a noun (here general store), we must use an adjective. So, ‘nearest’ is the correct answer. We can use ‘nearby’ (adverb) also by taking the position of the general store as the reference. Here, ‘nearest’ should be used in place of ‘nearing’.

Ans: b

21. There is not many (a)/ traffic along the (b)/ street where my (c)/ friends live nearby (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘Traffic’ is an uncountable noun. So, we use ‘much’ instead of ‘many’. So, ‘not much’ should be used in place of ‘not many’.

Ans: a

22. Fingers bowl is typically served (a)/ before the dessert course arriving (b)/ with the dessert plate and with a (c)/ linen doily between plate and bowl (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: If a noun is used as an adjective, it should be in singular form. Here ‘fingers’ is used as an adjective to qualify the noun (bowl). So, we use ‘finger’ instead of ‘fingers’. ‘Finger bowl’ should be used in place of ‘fingers bowl’.

Ans: a

23. She does not have some (a)/ time to prepare for (b)/ the examination, so (c)/ she is anxious (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘Any’ is used in negative sentences, and ‘some’ is used in positive sentences. So, ‘any’ is the correct usage here. ‘any’ should be used in place of ‘some’.

Ans: a

24. Many a students are (a)/ present here (b)/ today for watching (c)/ the cricket match (d)/. No error (e)

Explanation: ‘Many a’ is followed by a singular noun and singular verb. We can also use ‘many students are’ if needed. ‘Many a student is’ should be used in place of ‘many a students are’.

Ans: a

Posted Date : 17-12-2021

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