Hema Prophesized that If Ratna Kept Dancing that Way, She’D Get Her Just Deserts. Hema Prophesized that If Ratna Kept Dancing that Way, She’D Get Her Just Deserts. - English Language

Advertisements
Advertisements
MCQ

In the following question, choose the correct sentence/sentences.

Options

  • Hema prophesized that if Ratna kept dancing that way, she’d get her just deserts.

  • Hema prophesized that if Ratna kept dancing that way, she’d get her just deserts.

  • Hema prophesied that if Ratna kept dancing that way, she’d get her just deserts.

  • Hema prophesied that if Ratna kept dancing that way, she’d get her just deserts.

Advertisements

Solution

'prophesized' is an incorrect word; 'prophesied' means 'made a prediction'. 'will get her just deserts' is an idiom that means 'will only get an unpleasant result which she actually deserved.
Therefore, 'Hema prophesied that if Ratna kept dancing that way, she’d get her just deserts.' is the correct option.

Concept: Incorrect/Correct Sentences (Entrance Exams)
  Is there an error in this question or solution?

RELATED QUESTIONS

Find out which part of the sentence has an error.
He returned back when he sensed that there was danger.


The following sentence contains four parts, marked a, b, c, and d. One of these parts is incorrect. Indicate the letter of the incorrect part.
The Baby showed a noticeable distaste for these kind of prepared baby food.


In the following sentence, a part of the sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence, four different ways of paraphrasing the underlined part are indicated. Choose the best alternative among the four options.
The management can still hire freely but cannot scold freely.


In the following sentence, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath sentence, you will find four ways of phrasing the underlined part. Choose the most appropriate option given in the sentence given below that is the best version than the underlined part of the sentence.
Two valence states of uranium, one with a deficit of four electrons and the other one with a deficit of six occurs in nature and contributes to the diversity of uranium’s behaviour.


In the following sentence four words or phrases are underlined. If there is any mistake with regard to grammar or usage, it is in the underlined part only. Identify the incorrect part.
Five gallons of petrol are not enough to cover the distance.


Find out the sentence/s which is/are written correctly.

  1. Applications have risen this year by as much as 50%.
  2. There are a number of reasons I don't like him, but his meanness is the main.
  3. I felt confident to pass my driving test.
  4. I haven't got enough cash on me for paying the bill.

Find out the sentence/s which is/are written correctly.

  1. Although they played well, but they never looked like winning.
  2. Despite the snow was still falling heavily, she went out.
  3. If Schumacher were to win today he would become world champion.
  4. She got low grades for her exams, therefore she had to retake them to get into colleges.

Choose the sentence (s) which is/ are punctuated correctly. 

  1. Jan asked; “What did Joe mean when he said, ‘I will see you later.'"
  2. Jan asked, “What did Joe mean when he said, ‘I will see you later?""
  3. Jan asked, “What did Joe mean when he said, ‘I will see you later?"
  4. Jan asked, “What did Joe mean when he said, ‘I will see you later'?”

In the following question, identify the correct subject and verb. The subject is in bold and the verb is underlined.


Find out the sentence/s which is/are written correctly.

  1. Here’s the paper clips you requested.
  2. A limousine and driver are in the driveway.
  3. One-fourth of the voters tend not to cast its ballots in national elections.
  4. Either of the classic cars are for sale.

Find out the sentence/s which is/are written correctly.

  1. The sexy, slim, Indian superstar.
  2. The Indian, slim, sexy superstar.
  3. My yellow, old, Ferrari sports car.
  4. My old, yellow, Ferrari sports car.

From the set of sentences given below, choose the sentence that is grammatically correct.


In the following question, choose the correct sentence/sentences.

  1. Due to the amicable nature of the new neighbours in the locality, we could come to an amiable settlement of the dispute that had taken place.
  2. Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay gave ascent that they will assent the Mt. Everest and conquer it together.
  3. His immanent literary qualities made him an eminent writer and hence fame became imminent for him.
  4. Kamal is very obedient, agreeable and gracious: a complaisant child. His mother feels complacent of her parentage.

In the following question, choose the correct sentence/sentences.

  1. The Music Director ingeniously told the media that the song was his ingenuous work.
  2. If you are mendacious in life most of the times, you will have to be mendicant later to win their trust back again.
  3. Being venal is not a venial crime under the court of law.
  4. The leader abjured his followers to adjure violence as a means to demand their rights.

I need not offer any explanation regarding this incident - my behaviour is speaking itself


A bird in hand is worth two in bush.


From the sentences given below choose the ones in which the highlighted word usage is correct. Then choose the appropriate option.
ALMOST


He stopped to work two hours ago.


Hardly had he finished his lunch than the phone rang.


Share
Notifications



      Forgot password?
Use app×