CAT Grammar Practice Question Set 02

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Directions: Correct the following sentences (if necessary) and give reasons for your corrections.
Question 1:
Whom did you say he was?
Answer: Who did you say he was?
[Pronoun Case]

Question 2:
Only in the interest of establishing clear lines of communication among their government and ours has the President acceded to their demands in regard to the tariff dispute.
Answer: Only in the interest of establishing clear lines of communication between their government and ours has the President acceded to their demands in regard to the tariff dispute.
[Use of Prepositions]

Question 3:
I cannot open the drawer in which I put the paper in.
Answer: I cannot open the drawer in which I put the paper (in).
[Use of Prepositions]

Question 4:
Joel complained to the governors, whom he suspected were misusing the school funds.
Answer: Joel complained to the governors, who he suspected were misusing the school funds.
[Pronoun Case]

Question 5:
Touched that the guest artist had practised as long and as strenuously the way they had, the exhausted members of the orchestra gave her a standing ovation.
Answer: Touched that the guest artist had practised as long and as strenuously as they had, the exhausted members of the orchestra gave her a standing ovation.
[Use of Comparative Structures]

Question 6:
He designed kennels for dogs which were very hygienic.
Answer: He designed dog kennels which were very hygienic.
[Use of Relative Pronouns]

Question 7:
Before medicine was considered a science, many people who practised it were regarded magicians.
Answer: Before medicine was considered a science, many people who practised it were regarded as magicians.


[Use of Prepositions]


Question 8:
She felt that she could not give in with his demands, which she thought were completely unreasonable.
Answer: She felt that she could not give in to his demands, which she thought were completely unreasonable.


[Use of Prepositions]


Question 9:
Neither of these books are any good to me.
Answer: Neither of these books is any good to me.
[Subject-Verb Agreement]

Question 10:
Asking the union negotiators to choose between higher wages or increased pension benefits seems perfectly reasonable when one considers the most recent sales figures.
Answer: Asking the union negotiators to choose between higher wages and increased pension benefits seems perfectly reasonable when one considers the most recent sales figures.


[Use of Comparative Structures]


Question 11:
I can well afford to disregard him who is capable of making such statements.
Answer: I can well afford to disregard he who is capable of making such statements.
[Pronoun Case]

Question 12:
They were no more guilty than us.
Answer: They were no more guilty than we were.
[Use of Conjunctions]

Question 13:
By nature demanding, Balanchile insisted that his company practise as faithfully and as rigorously than he himself had.
Answer: By nature demanding, Balanchile insisted that his company practise as faithfully and as rigorously as he himself had.
[Use of Comparative Structures]

Question 14:
Let you and I see to it that we do not make such mistakes.
Answer: Let you and me see to it that we do not make such mistakes.
[Pronoun Case]

Question 15:
Taking odd days off is not half the satisfaction to me as a real holiday.
Answer: Taking odd days off is not half as satisfying as taking a real holiday.

Taking odd days off is not half the satisfaction as taking a real holiday is.


[Parallelism with Comparative Structures]


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