# Questions 4

Questions 4

## What is i 1000 + i 1001 + i 1002 + i 1003 equal to (where i = √-1)? i

| What is i1000 + i1001 + i1002 + i1003 equal to (where i = √-1)? A. 0 B. i C. -i D. 1 Right Answer is: A SOLUTION i1000+i1001+i1002+i1003 i2 =-1 i1000 = (i2)500 = (-1)500 = 1 i1001 = i1000 *i = i i1002 = i1000 * i2 = -1 i1003 = i1002*I …

## The cat drank all the milk. The given sentence is in active form of si

| The cat drank all the milk. A. All the milk was drank by the cat. B. All the milk has been drunk by the cat. C. All the milk was drunk by the cat. D. All the milk had been drunk by the cat. Right Answer is: C SOLUTION The given sentence is in …

## He said to me, “I have often told you not to play with fire.”He said t

| He said to me, “I have often told you not to play with fire.” A. He said that he has often been telling me not to play with fire. B. He told me that he had often told me not to play with fire. C. He reminded me that he often said to me …

## Hart lost (1)/ a hundred (2)/ rupees note yesterday. (3)/ No error (4)

| Hart lost (1)/ a hundred (2)/ rupees note yesterday. (3)/ No error (4) A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 Right Answer is: C SOLUTION The error is in part (3) of the sentence. The rule is “Numerical Adjective + Hyphen + Noun”. If a compound noun is formed by joining definite numeral adjective …

## The first inning (1)/ of the match (2)/ was very sensational. (3)/ No

| The first inning (1)/ of the match (2)/ was very sensational. (3)/ No error (4) A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 Right Answer is: A SOLUTION The error is in part (1) of the sentence. The noun “innings” is always written in plural form. Therefore, part (1) must be written as “the …

## I am sure that (1)/ neither the house nor its contents (2)/ are for sa

| I am sure that (1)/ neither the house nor its contents (2)/ are for sale. (3)/ No error (4) A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. No error Right Answer is: D SOLUTION The given sentence is correct. In expressions like “neither…nor” and “either….or” the verb agrees with the closest noun. In the given …

## How well she sings! The given sentence ends with an exclamatory mark.

| How well she sings! A. Declarative B. Imperative C. Interrogative D. Exclamatory Right Answer is: D SOLUTION The given sentence ends with an exclamatory mark. Therefore, it is an exclamatory sentence. An exclamatory sentence makes a statement that conveys strong emotion or excitement. See example: What a fool you are!What a terrible weather!

## ShortenThe adjective form of “shorten” is “short”.  Hence, option D is

| Shorten A. Shortens B. Short C. Shortness D. Shortened Right Answer is: B SOLUTION The adjective form of “shorten” is “short”.  Hence, option D is correct.

## If you drink too much, it will _______ your judgment.Impose = force (a

| If you drink too much, it will _______ your judgment. A. impose B. impel C. impair D. impede Right Answer is: C SOLUTION Impose = force (an unwelcome decision or ruling) on someone Impel = drive, force, or urge (someone) to do something Impair = weaken or damage (something, especially a faculty or function) Impede = delay or …

## Sachin could not dissociate himself _______ what he used to do in past

| Sachin could not dissociate himself _______ what he used to do in past. A. off B. from C. beyond D. within Right Answer is: B SOLUTION The preposition most often used with the verb “disassociate” is from. See the example:  I wish to disassociate myself from the decisions of this committee. Therefore, option B is …