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English Narration Series Part 15: 500 most important questions

English Narration Series Part 15: 500 most important questions

English Narration Series Part 15: 500 most important questions

Q552. I said to him, “Why are you working day and night at the cost of your health”? 

(a) I asked him why was he working day and night at the cost of his health.

(b) I asked him why he was working day and night at the cost of his health.

(c) I asked him why he had been working day and night at the cost of his health.

(d) I asked him why had he been working day and night at the cost of his health.

Q553. She said that her elder sister was shifting to Bombay the following month.

(a) She said, “Her elder sister is shifting to Bombay next month.”

(b) She told, “Her elder sister is shifting to Bombay next month.”

(c) She said, “My elder sister is shifting to Bombay next month.”

(d) She said, “My elder sister was shifting to Bombay next month.”

Q554. Kavita asked me, “Did you see the python gobble a man alive on television last night?

(a) Kavita asked me whether I had seen the python gobble a man alive on television the earlier night (Incorrect words used)

(b) Kavita asked me whether I had seen the python gobble a man alive on television the previous night.

(c) Kavita asked me whether I saw the python gobble a man alive on television the earlier night.

(d) Kavita asked me did I see the python gobble a man alive on television last night.

Q555. The boy said, “Who came in my absence?”The servant said,”Nobody.”

(a) The boy enquired who came in his absence. The servant replied that nobody come.

(b) The boy asked who had come in his absence. The servant replied that nobody had come.

(c) The boy told that who had come in his absence. The servant replied nobody. (d) The boy wondered who had come in his absence. The servant replied nobody.

Q556. She exclaimed with excitement that was a very exciting match between India and Pakistan.

(a) She said with excitement, “What exciting match between India and Pakistan.”

(b) She said, “What a match it were between India and Pakistan.”

(c) She said, “What a match it was.”

(d) She said, “What an exciting match between India and Pakistan.”

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Q557. Harshit said, “Don’t make a noise here .The surgery is going on. Be quiet.”

(a) Harshit told not to make a noise there as the surgery was going on and told to be quiet.

(b) Harshit told not to make a noise as the surgery was going on and was told to be quiet.

(c) Harshit told not to make a noise there as the surgery were going on and told to be quiet.

(d) Harshit told to not make a noise there as the surgery was going on and told to be quiet.

Q558. Dinesh said that he was fed up of doing a routine job and he wanted to follow his passion for music.

(a) Dinesh said, “I am fed up of doing a routine job. I want to follow my passion for music.”

(b) Dinesh said, “He was fed up of doing a routine job. I want to follow my passion for music.”

(c) Dinesh said to me, “I am fed up of doing a routine job. I want to follow his passion for music.”

(d) Dinesh said, “I were fed up of doing a routine job. I want to follow his passion for music.”

Q559. “Are you waiting for bus no 35 ?” asked the conductor. The lady replied ‘No’

(a) The conductor told the lady if she was waiting for bus no 35.The lady replied in the negative.

(b) The conductor asked the lady if she was waiting for bus no 35.The lady replied no.

(c) The conductor asked the lady she was waiting for bus no 35.The lady replied in the negative.

(d) The conductor asked the lady if she was waiting for bus no 35.The lady replied in the negative.

Q560. Mrs Sinha said to him, “You Mean Fellow! I treated you like my son and this is what you have done.”

(a) Mrs Sinha called him a mean fellow and said that she had treated him like her son and that was what he had done.

(b) Mrs Sinha called him a mean fellow and said that she had treated him like her son and this was what he had done.

(c) Mrs Sinha called him a mean fellow and said that she treated him like her son and that was what he had done.

(d) Mrs Sinha called him a mean fellow and said that she had treated him like her son and that was what he did.

Q561. The captain said, “Common on boys, they need just one more run to win. We have to stop them at any cost.”

(a) The captain encouraged the boys by saying that they needed just one more run to win and they had to stop them at any cost.

(b) The captain called them his boys and said that they needed just one more run to win and they had to stop them at any cost.

(c) The captain asked the boys to come on and said that they needed just one more run to win and they had to stop them at any cost.

(d) The captain tells the boys that they needed just one more run to win and they had to stop them at any cost.

Q562. The fairy said to her mother, “I grant wishes to the whole world but who will fulfil my wishes?”

(a) The fairy said to her mother that she granted wishes to the whole world but who would fulfil her wishes.

(b) The fairy asked her mother that she granted wishes to the whole world but who would fulfil her wishes.

(c) The fairy wondered that she granted wishes to the whole world but who would fulfil her wishes.

(d) The fairy asked her mother who would fulfil her wishes.

Q563. “What about clearing the pending dues?” he said, “We have sufficient money now.”

(a) He asked what about clearing the pending dues as they had sufficient money then.

(b) He proposed about clearing the pending dues as they had sufficient money then. (c) He suggested clearing the pending dues as they have sufficient money then.

(d) He advised to clear the pending dues as there was sufficient money then.

Q564. Johnny said, “We need a room from 16th to 20th both days inclusive as it is my sister’s wedding.”

(a) Johnny said that they needed a room from 16th to 20th both days inclusive as it was his sister’s wedding.

(b) Johnny said that they needed a room from 16th to 20th both days inclusive as it was his wedding.

(c) Johnny said that they need a room from 16th to 20th both days inclusive as it was his sister’s wedding.

(d) Johnny said they needed a room from 16th and 20th both days as it was his sister’s wedding.

Q565. Farida asked Garima, “Could you lend me a hundred rupees until tomorrow?”

(a) Farida asked Garima whether she could lend me a hundred rupees until the next day.

(b) Farida asked whether Garima could lend me a hundred rupees until the next day.

(c) Farida asked Garima whether she could lend him a hundred rupees until the next day

(d) Farida asked Garima whether she could lend him a hundred rupees until tomorrow.

Q566. “Mr Pilot take me to my parents who live across the sea.” she said.

(a) She told Mr Pilot to take her to her parents who lives across the sea.

(b) She told Mr Pilot to take her to her parents who lived across the sea.

(c) She told Mr Pilot to take her to her parents whom lived across the sea.

(d) She exclaimed to Mr Pilot to take her to her parents who lived across the sea.

Q567. The bank manager said to the man, “Sign behind the cheque and put it in the box here.”

(a) The bank manager told the man to sign behind the cheque and put it in the box there.

(b) The bank manager told the man that sign behind the cheque and put it in the box there.

(c) The bank manager told the man to sign on the cheque and put it in the box there.

(d) The bank manager ordered to the man to sign behind the cheque and put it in the box there.

Q568. He said, “When will you change yourself for a better tomorrow ? I am fed up of warning you.”

(a) He asked that when would he change himself for a better tomorrow and said that he was fed up of warning him.

(b) He asked when would he change yourself for a better tomorrow and said that he was fed up of warning him.

(c) He asked when would he change himself for a better tomorrow and said that he was fed up of warning him.

(d) He asked when would he change himself for a better tomorrow and said to he was fed up of warning him.

Q569. The quiz master said to the student “Why can’t you ring the buzzer only after I finish the question? Don’t get overactive.”

(a) The quiz master told the student to ring the buzzer only after he finished the question and instructedhim not to get overactive.

(b) The quiz master asked the student to ring the buzzer only after I finished the question and instructed him not to get overactive.

(c) The quiz master told the student to ring the buzzer only after he finished the question and instructs him not to get overactive.

(d) The quiz master told the student to ring the buzzer only after he finished the question and instructed him to not get overactive.

Q570. The caller on the other side said “My monthly plan is 600 rupees and I wish to upgrade it to the next level.”

(a) The caller on the other side informed that his monthly plan was of 600 rupees and he wished upgrading it to the next level.

(b) The caller on the other side said that his monthly plan was of 600 rupees and he wishes to upgrade it to the next level.

(c) The caller on the other side said that his monthly planned was of 600 rupees and he wished to upgrade it to the next level.

(d) The caller on the other side said that his monthly plan was of 600 rupees and he wished to upgrade it to the next level.

Q571. The little girl said to her brother, “This is a very difficult question isn’t it ?”

(a) The little girl asked her brother if that was a very difficult question and confirmed if it was.

(b) The little girl asked her brother if that is a very difficult question.

(c) The little girl told her brother if that was a very difficult question.

(d) The little girl asked her brother if that was a very difficult question.

Q572. The child told his granny, “How about getting me the moon for this birthday granny.” The granny said, “What are you saying?”

(a) The child said that his granny that how about getting him the moon for that birthday. The shocked granny asked what he was saying.

(b) The child said to his granny that how about getting me the moon for that birthday. The shocked granny asked what he was saying.

(c) The child said to his granny that how getting him the moon for that birthday. The shocked granny asked what he was saying.

(d) The child said to his granny that how about getting him the moon for that birthday. The shocked granny asked what he was saying

Q573. Mr Dubey said, ‘Listen dear son, make friends with good boys so that you progress in life.

(a) Mr Dubey said to his son to make friends with good boys so that he progressed in life.

(b) Mr Dubey said to his son affectionately to make friends with good boys so that he progressed in life.

(c) Mr Dubey said to his son affectionately to make friends with good boys so that they progressed in life.

(d) Mr Dubey said to his son affectionately to make friends with good boys so that he progresses in life.

Q574.The harassed citizens of the town said, “If you do not execute your duties properly then we will find new counselors.”

(a) The harassed citizens of the town said that if they do not execute their duties properly then they would find new counselors.

(b) The harassed citizens of the town said that if they did not execute their duties properly then they would find new counselors.

(c) The harassed citizens of the town said that if they did not execute your duties properly then they would find new counselors.

(d) The harassed citizens of the town said that if they did execute their duties properly then they would find new counselors.

Q575. He said to me, “What a lovely surprise, thank you.’’.

(a) He exclaimed that it was a lovely surprise and thanked me.

(b) He exclaimed with joy that it was a lovely surprise and thanked me.

(c) He exclaimed with joy that it was a lovely surprise and thanks me.

(d) He exclaimed with joy that was a lovely surprise and thanked me.

Q576. He said, “I can’t join this month sir as I have to go to my hometown Hisar.”The boss said, “Why?”

(a) He said that he couldn’t join that month as he had to go to his hometown Hisar.The boss wanted to know why.

(b) He said respectfully that he can’t join that month as he had to go to his hometown Hisar.The boss wanted to know why (Incorrect change of tense)

(c) He said respectfully that he couldn’t join that month as he had to go to his hometown Hisar. The boss wanted to know why.

(d) He said respectfully that he couldn’t join that month as he had to go to his hometown Hisar.The boss asked that why he wanted to go.

Q577. He said, “Make sure you don’t paste the posters in the wrong places as the Municipal corporation will remove it.”

(a) He reminded them to make sure they didn’t paste the posters in the wrong places as the Municipal corporation would remove it.”

(b) He reminded them to make sure they didn’t paste the posters in the wrong places as the Municipal corporation would not allow them.

(c) He ordered them to make sure they didn’t paste the posters in the wrong places as the Municipal corporation would remove it.

(d) He reminds them to make sure they didn’t paste the posters in the wrong places as the Municipal corporation would remove it

Q578. “How many guests are expected for the party mam”? said the cook. The lady replied “No idea.”

(a) The cook asked respectfully that how many guests were expected for the party. The lady said that she had no idea.

(b) The cook asked respectfully how many guests were expected for the party. The lady said that no idea.

(c) The cook asked respectfully how many guests were expect for the party. The lady said that she had no idea.

(d) The cook asked respectfully how many guests were expected for the party. The lady said that she had no idea.

Q579. “Call all you friends for the Diwali party,” he said. “No dad, not all.

(a) His dad asked him to invite all his friends for the Diwali party but he did not want to invite all of them.

(b) His dad told him to invite all his friends for the Diwali party but he did not want to invite all of them.

(c) His dad told him to invite all his friends for the Diwali party but he did not wanted to invite all of them.

(d) His dad tells him to invite all his friends for the Diwali party but he did not want to invite all of them.

Q580. The lady said to the man, “Your bill has been pending for the last three months so your services have been discontinued.” The man said, “But I should have been called at least once before disconnecting.”

(a) The lady said to the man that his bill had been pending for the previous three months so his services had been discontinued. The man said that he should have been called at least once before disconnecting.

(b) The lady said to the man that his bill had been pending for the previous three months so his services were discontinued. The man said that he should have been called at least once before disconnecting.

(c) The lady said to the man that his bill had been pending for the previous three months so his services had been disabled and discontinued. The man said that he should have been called at least once before disconnecting.

(d) The lady said to the man that his bill had been pending for the previous three months so his services had been discontinued. The man said that he could have been called at least once before disconnecting.

Q581. He asked me, “Have you finished submitting the self attested copies for the connection? 

(a) He asked me whether I had finished submitting the self attested copies for the connection.

(b) He asked me if had I finished submitting the self attested copies for the connection.

(c) He asked me if I have finished submitting the self attested copies for the connection.

(d) He asked me whether I finished submitting the self attested copies for the connection.

Q582. The Diver said, “We have done whatever we could to find the dead body.”

(a) The Diver said that they had done whatever we could to find the dead body.

(b) The Diver said that they have done whatever they could to find the dead body. (c) The Diver said that they had done whatever they could have done to find the dead body.

(d) The Diver said that they did whatever they could to find the dead body.

Q583. He said that he had been waiting there since last night and no one had bothered to call him.

(a) He said; “I have been waiting there since last night. No one bothered to call me.”

(b) He said, “I have been waiting here since last night. No one bothered to call me.”

(c) He said, “He has been waiting there since last night. No one bothered to call me”

(d) He said, “I am waiting here since last night. No one bothered to call me.”

Q584. “Please, be careful about what you say. You are standing before a judge so think and open your mouth,” said the lawyer.

(a) The lawyer requested him to be careful about what he said as he was standing before a judge so he should think and open his mouth.

(b) The lawyer requested him to be careful about what he says as he was standing before a judge so he should think and open his mouth.

(c) The lawyer requested him to be careful about what he said as he stood before a judge so he should think and open his mouth.

(d) The lawyer requested to him to be careful about what he said as he was standing before a judge so he should think and open his mouth.

Q585. The doctor said to the patient, “It is curable by simple plaster also but this will be time consuming. If you are in a hurry then surgery will be the right choice.”

(a) The doctor said to the patient that it was curable by simple plaster and that would be time consuming. If he was in a hurry then surgery would be the right choice.

(b) The doctor said to the patient that it was curable by simple plaster also but that would be time consuming. If he was in a hurry then surgery would be the right choice.

(c) The doctor said to the patient that it was simple plaster curable also but that would be time consuming. If he was in a hurry then surgery would be the right choice.

(d) The doctor said to the patient that it was curable by simple plaster also but that should be time consuming. If he was in a hurry then surgery would be the right choice.

Q586. The busy child said, “My best friend my dear mother, I will talk to you in detail tomorrow I am in a hurry today as my friends are waiting for me.”

(a) The busy child lovingly called his mother his best friend and said that he would talk to her in detail the next day as he was in a hurry that day as his friends were waiting for him.

(b) The busy child called his mother his best friend and said that he would talk to her in detail the next day as he was in a hurry that day as his friends were waiting for him.

(c) The busy child lovingly called his mother his best friend and said that he would talk to her in detail the next day as he were in a hurry that day as his friends were waiting for him.

(d) The busy child lovingly called his mother his best friend and said that he would talk to her in detail the next day as he was in a hurry that day as his friends had been waiting for him.

Q587. Mr Baljit Dhaka said to his dear students, “Work hard don’t look for short cuts.”

(a) Mr Baljit Dhaka said to his dear students to work hard and to not look for short cuts.

(b) Mr Baljit Dhaka said to work hard and not to look for short cuts.

(c) Mr Baljit Dhaka said to his dear students to work hard and not to look for short cuts.

(d) Mr Baljit Dhaka said that his dear students to work hard and not to look for short cuts.

Q588. The teacher screamed at the child,” How could you be so cruel to kill the puppy!”

(a) The teacher exclaimed with horror to the child that how could he be so cruel to kill the puppy.

(b) The teacher exclaimed with horror to the child that how can he be so cruel to kill the puppy.

(c) The teacher exclaimed with horror to the child that how could he be so cruel to have killed the puppy.

(d) The teacher exclaimed with horror to the child that how could he be so cruel

Q589. “Fasting and praying are no good if one is not a nice human being,”    said the sage to the people.

(a) The sage said to the people that fasting and praying are no good if one is not a nice human being.

(b) The sage said to the people that fasting and praying were no good if one is not a nice human being.

(c) The sage said to the people that fasting and praying is no good if one were not a nice human being.

(d) The sage says to the people that fasting and praying is no good if one is not a nice human being.

Q590. The children clapped joyfully and said to their teacher, “Mam, today is Google’s happy birthday.”

(a) The children clapped joyfully and said to their teacher respectfully that that day was Google’s happy birthday.

(b) The children clapped joyfully and said to their teacher respectfully that day was Google’s happy birthday.

(c) The children said to their teacher respectfully that that day was Google’s happy birthday.

(d) The children clap joyfully and said to their teacher respectfully that day was Google’s happy birthday.

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Q591. He asked, “Where am I?”

(a) He asked where he was.

(b) He asked where he were.

(c) He asked that where he was.

(d) He asked where I was.

Q592. “I expected this from you,” he said to us.

(a) He said that he expected that from them.

(b) He said to us that he expected that from us.

(c) He said that he expects that from them.

(d) He said that he expected it from them.

 

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