Directions (1-5) : Which of the phrases (1),  (2), (3), (4) and  (5) given below each sentence should replace the word/phrase in bold 1n the sentence to make it grammatically correct.

1. While these circumstances do not exonerate their actions on the least, these are signs of how economic bitterness can create high social costs.

The actions on the least

The actions on their least

Their actions at the least

Their actions in the least

All their actions on the least


2. There is a urgent need to look at alternative sources of potable water in places where water quality has deteriorated sharply.

An urgency to look on

An urgent needs to look for

An urgent need to looking at

An urgent need to look for

Always urgent need to look for and at


3. TISCO had begun to produce __________ steel in the early twentieth century, but the  British Chief Commissioner of the  Indian Railways had sworn to 'eat every  pound of steel rail'  they made, if it were to meet British Specifications.

if it ever met British specifications

As it never ever met British specifications

Provided if it were to meet British specifications

Unless it were to meet British specifications

only if they tried to meet British specifications


4. Not only does children have fewer chances of surviving and are underfed they also lack educational opportunities.

Not only did children have

Not only does the child have

Not only does the child has

Not do children have only

Not only do children have


5. But equally, it should be made clear that there is no escape for those who take justice to their own hand.

Take justice onto the own hands.

Take justice onto their own hand.

Take justice into their own hands.

Take justice into their own hands.

Took justice into their own hand.


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