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DIRECTIONS : In each question below, there are two sentences. These two sentences are to be combined into one sentence which should convey the same meaning as conveyed by the two sentences.
 
1. He could afford to lose something. He lost somewhat more.
a) He lost -----------
b) What he could -----------
c) Despite -----------
 
  • A. A&B
  • B. Only A
  • C. Only B
  • D. Only C
  • E. A&C
Ans: B.
Sol.
He lost more than he could afford.
 
 
2. You run fast. You can win the race.
a) Provided -----------
b) In case -----------
c) Supposing that -----------
 
  • A. Only A
  • B. Only B
  • C. A&B
  • D. B&C
  • E. A,B&C
Ans: E.
Sol.
Provided you run fastr you can win the race.
In case you run fast, you can win the race.
Supposing that you run fast, you can win the race.
 
3. He saw me. He came to me.
a) Since he -----------
b) As soon as -----------
c) No sooner did -----------
 
  • A. A,B&C
  • B. Only A
  • C. Only B
  • D. Only C
  • E. B&C
Ans: E.
Sol.
As soon as he saw me, he came to me.
No sooner did he see me than be came to me.
 
4. He made a promise. He kept it.
a) Making -----------
b) He not only -----------
c) Besides making -----------
 
  • A. A&B
  • B. B&C
  • C. A,B&C
  • D. Only A
  • E. Only B
Ans: B.
Sol.
He not only made a promise, but he also kept it.
Besides making a promise, he kept it.
 
5. He may be innocent. I do not know.
a) 1 doubt -----------
b) I do not -----------
c) That he is -----------
 
  • A. Only A
  • B. Only B
  • C. Only C
  • D. A&B
  • E. B&C
Ans: B.
Sol.
I do not know if he is innocent.