depends on your ability.
ability for hard working.
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ability of hard work.
ability for hard work.
2. MYSELF rajesh mehta
THEY SPEND on luxury items.
ANSWER questions on television.
ARE NO LONGER IN USE greater effect.
for the mind AS WE NEED wholesome and nutritious food for the body.
READING here for an hour.
BRIGHTER, I would have been able to read for a while before bed time.
depends; not the SUCCESS FOR HARD WORK. Ability follows OF; not FOR. Hence
option ‘B’ is correct.
and it must not be the subject of a sentence except when a sentence defines a
something else happens or becomes likely. JITNA KOI KAMAATA H UTNA HI JYAADA
KHARCH KARTA H, means it becomes likely that a person earning more will also
a non-finite verb following it. SO option ‘A’ (to answer) is correct.
needs improvement as NO LONGER is following the verb i.e. ARE. Option ‘A’ is
not right as ANY LONGER is not used AFTER the verb here USED). Again option ‘B’
is not right as use of NO LONGER is not at right place. Yeah option ‘C’ fits
the ruling on that well.
gerunds, means when they are not followed by a finite verb. And AS is used when
there is a finite verb. Therefore options ‘a’ and ‘b’ both are incorrect. In
the sentence above NEED is a finite verb as it’s limited by the subject WE. So
AS is quite correct there. But the word AS should be preceded by the word JUST
as it’s a comparison between two clauses because it’s a case of comparison with
establishing relation between them.
conversational/informal English only, but in the exam it must be standard
right as LOOK UP TO SOMEBODY (an idiom) means to admire or respect
continued upto that time, we use the past perfect continuous tense. Here 6
o’clock is that past time before that the action of waiting began and it also
says that the action was in continuation till that time at least. FOR AN HOUR
says how long before 6 o’clock the action of waiting began.
ghanta ho gyaa tha.
IF-CLAUSE is SHOULD, BE, or HAD we can leave out IF and put that helping verb
at the start of the clause.
this SHOULD cost you anything, send me the bill. = SHOULD any of this cost you
anything, send me the bill. b) It would be embarrassing if she were to find
find out the truth. = It would be embarrassing, were she to find out the truth.
c) If they hadn’t rushed Mohan to hospital, he would have died. = Had the not
rushed Mohan to hospital, he would have died.