Choose The Correct Sentence MCQs ( NTS CSS SPSC )

Choose The Correct Sentence MCQS for preparation. ( PPSC FPSC SPSC )

Choose the correct sentence from the following:

A. She is allergic to cat’s
B. The cat’s fur is soft
C. We have two dogs and one cats
D. The dog’s are playing in the yard

Choose the Sentence without error:

A. The dog laid on the coach
B. She has sang beautifully
C. I has never been to Australia
D. He can speak French and Spanish Fluently

Which of the following is correct?

A. Forty years seems a long time
B. Forty years seem long time
C. Forty years seems long time
D. Forty years seem a long time

This sweater isn’t for that woman to wear. (Choose the plural form of the sentence)

A. This sweater aren’t for those women to wear.
B. These sweater aren’t for those woman to wear
C. These sweaters aren’t for those women to wear
D. These sweaters isn’t for those women to wear

Choose the correct sentence.

A. This is one of the most difficulty question that is ever asked.
B. This is one of the most difficult question that have ever been asked.
C. This is one of the most difficult questions that has ever been asked.
D. None of these

Choose the correct sentence?

A. The use of Social Media is making us Less Sociable
B. The utilization of social media makes us less sociable
C. The use of social media makes us less sociable
D. None of these

Which sentence is grammatically correct?

A. There shall be atleast fifty guests in the party
B. There would be at least fifty guests in the party
C. There will be at least fifty guests at the party
D. None of these

Identify the correct sentence from the following options?

A. I hope he will grant me an interview spot
B. I hope that he shall grant me an interview spot
C. I expected he will grant me an interview spot
D. I think he will grant me an interview spot

They weren’t artists they were detectives in disguise.

A. They weren’t artists, as they were detectives in disguise
B. They weren’t artists, they were detectives in disguise
C. They weren’t artists, they were detectives in disguise
D. None of these

I looked at me in the mirror.

A. I looked me in the mirror
B. I am looked at by me in the mirror
C. I looked at myself in the mirror
D. None of these

I would rather to apply for a foreign scholarship than study here.

A. I would rather apply for a foreign scholarship than studying here
B. I would rather apply for a foreign scholarship than study here
C. I would apply for a foreign scholarship than studying here
D. None of these

Either of the plans are workable.

A. Either of the plans is workable
B. Either plans are workable
C. Either of the two plans are workable
D. None of these

They said to us, “Are you leaving tomorrow”?

A. They asked us if we are leaving tomorrow
B. They asked us if we were leaving tomorrow
C. They asked us if they were to leave tomorrow
D. None of these

She will be very angry unless we do not reach there on time.

A. She will be very angry unless we are not there on time
B. She will be very angry unless we shall not reach there on time
C. She will be very angry if we do not reach there on time
D. None of these

A third of the prisoners is from Spain.

A. A third of the prisoner is from Spain
B. Third of the prisoners is from Spain
C. A third of the prisoners are from Spain
D. None of these

I gave him as much as he could eat it.

A. I gave him as much as he could eat
B. I gave him as much as he could have eaten it
C. I gave him as much as he can eat it
D. None of these

She is married with a pilot.

A. She is married to a pilot
B. She is married a pilot
C. She is married for a pilot
D. None of these

Sam knows me for a long time.

A. I am know by Sam for a long time
B. I am being known by Sam for a long time
C. I am known by Sam for a long time
D. None of these

If the sky falls, we shall be catching larks.

A. If the sky fell, we would catch larks.
B. If the sky falls, we shall catch larks
C. If the sky is falling, we shall catch larks
D. None of these

All along the centuries, there have been wars.

A. All cross the centuries, there have been wars
B. All through the centuries, there have been wars
C. All over the centuries, there have been wars
D. None of these

Its ages since he has arrived.

A. It’s ages since he had arrived
B. It’s ages since his arrival
C. It’s ages since he arrived
D. None of these

Did you do it on purpose?

A. Was it done by you on purpose?
B. Was it that it was done by you on purpose?
C. Was it being done by you on purpose?
D. None of these

After she tied her laces, she breaks her glasses.

A. After she tied her laces, she breaks her glasses
B. After she tied her laces, she has broken her glasses
C. After she tied her laces, she broke her glasses
D. None of these

Can you give me an information?

A. Can you give me few information
B. Can you give me some information
C. Can you give me many information
D. None of these

If I am you, I will never invite her again.

A. If I am you, I can never invite her again
B. If I were you. I will never invite her again
C. If I had been you, I will never invite her again
D. None of these

Gosh! We have done a mistake.

A. Gosh! We have committed a mistake
B. Gosh! We have made a mistake
C. Gosh! We have had a mistake
D. None of these

We often walk across the fields.

A. We often walk round the fields.
B. We often walk above the fields.
C. We often walk over the fields.
D. None of these

Choose the correct statement of (if any)? I have ten ten rupees notes.

A. I have both ten ten rupees notes
B. I have ten ten-rupee notes
C. I have ten ten-rupees note
D. None of these

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