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Sentence Improvement MCQ-117

Directions In these questions, a part of the sentence is in Blue Colour .Below are given alternatives to the Blue Colour part at 1,2 and 3 which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (4).
1
You can borrow my laptop as long as you promise not to misuse it.
Explanation::
Answer::C
as long as (Idiom) ; only if** We’ll go as long as the weather is good. so long as (Idiom) : only if** Promoting a product before it is available is a good-idea, so long as you are certain it will be available soon.
2
On receiving his appointment letter, Ravi treated us with a sumptuous meal.
Explanation::
Answer::A
treat somebody (to something): to pay for something that somebody/ you will enjoy and that you do not usually have or do.
3
He proved himself unique for he refused to go with the tide.
Explanation::
Answer::D
go with the tide (Idiom): to agree to the attitudes or opinions that most other people have go against the tide (Idiom) : to oppose the attitudes or opinions that most other people have
4
The building you are talking about is not existing.
Explanation::
Answer::B
does not exist (Simple Present) will be used.
5
His lecture was banned because of the bandh.
Explanation::
Answer::A
banned (Verb) : to decide or say officially that something is not allowed; prohibited called off (Phr. V.) : to cancel something disturbed (Verb) : to interrupt somebody when he is trying to work. interrupted (Verb) : to say or do something that makes somebody stop what he is saying or doing.
6
Some people garner new experiences after retirement.
Explanation::
Answer::D
garner (Verb) : acquire ; gather experiences (Noun) : the knowledge or skill got/gained/gathered episodes (Noun) : incidents
7
The deaf man asked me to speak up.
Explanation::
Answer::D
speak up (Phr. V) : usually used In order to tell somebody to speak more loudly
8
The difficulty level of this problem is extremely great.
Explanation::
Answer::C
difficulty (Noun) : how hard (difficult) something is perplexity (Noun) : confusion hindrance (Noon) : a person or thing that makes it more difficult for somebody to do something or for something to happen. intricacy (Noun) : the complicated part or detail of something
9
The cooking soup on the stove got burnt.
Explanation::
Answer::D
The cooking soup on the stove got burnt will be used.
10
Diamonds are eternal.
Explanation::
Answer::C
eternal (Adj.) : without an end ; existing or continuing forever enduring (Adj) : lasting for a long timeimperishable (Adj.) : that will last for a long time or forever forever (Adj.) : used for saying that a particular situation or state will always exist