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Noun & Pronoun : IMP Rules Part 3
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Noun & Pronoun : IMP Rules Part 3

Kiran Shinde
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Is subject test present in lifestyle category?
Shradha Gangwar
2 years ago
these were the basic subject in which subject test is given.
Shradha Gangwar
2 years ago
kindly check the admission criteria of the university or college you want to enroll in.
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Kiran Shinde
a year ago
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  1. > One 3 Ta Rua TdaTZT (indefinite pronoun) 1) One cannot be too careful about what one (not he) says. 2) One cannot be too careful of one's (not his) good name. 3) One does not like to have one's word doubted


  2. > One 3 Ta Rua TdaTZT (indefinite pronoun) 1) One must not boast of one's own success. 2) One must use one's best efforts if one wishes to succeed 3) Cannot one do what one likes with one's own?


  3. GTat 1) Did you buy any mangoes? There were none in the market. 2) Have you brought me a letter? There was none for you.


  4. 1. None of these words are now current. 2. None of his poems are well known. 3. None but fools have believed it


  5. 1. She was taller than anyone (not either) of her five sisters.


  6. HIfeII. 1. Each of the scholars has (not have) done well. 2. Each of the men was (not were) paid Rs. 20. 3. Neither of them was invited to the party. Neither of the accusations is true.


  7. HIfeII. 1. Either of the roads leads to the railway station. 2. He asked whether either of the brothers was at home.


  8. 1. There's Mr. Dutt, who (not whom) they say is the best portrait painter in the town. 2. Who (not whom) they were I really cannot specify. 3. I was the man who (not whom) they thought was dead 4. He was the man who (not whom) they determined should be the next mayor.


  9. 1. There are some who (not whom) I think are clever. 2. There are many who (not whom) we know quite well are honest. 3. One evening of each week was set apart by him for the reception of whosoever (not whomsoever) chose to visit him.