1. Very soon (a)/ I realised (b)/ that he is at fault (c)/ no error (d)/
Ans-c, was is used in the place of is
2.Are you (a)/ used to get (b)/ up early? (c)/ no error (d)/
Ans-b, getting is used in the place of get
3.She didn’t prepare (a)/ her (b)/ breakfast yet (c)/ no error(d)/
Ans-a, hasn’t is used in the place of didn’t as yet is generally used with present perfect negative tense.
4.I have passed (a)/ the examination (b)/ two years ago (c)/ no error(d)/
Ans-a, have is not used as the sentence is in simple past tense.
5.The river is in spate (a)/ and it has overflown (b) its bank (c)/ no error(d)/
Ans-b, Third form of overflown is used and it is replaced by overflowed.
Choose the correct spelling of the word.