Sentence Correction

  1. Let he go to the office immediately
    1. let him go by the office immediately
    2. Let him go to the office immediately
    3. Let he go in the office immediately
    4. Let him go into the office immediately
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    A pronoun should be used in objective case in sentences beginning with "Let"

    Correct Option: B

    A pronoun should be used in objective case in sentences beginning with "Let". In this case, the objective case of "He" is "Him"

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  1. It is always prudent to (lay out) some money for unforeseen expenses
    1. lay back
    2. lay over
    3. lay off
    4. lay aside
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    " Lay aside" means To save something for the future

    Correct Option: D

    " Lay aside" means To save something for the future
    "lay off" means a temporary or permanent discharge of a worker
    "lay back" means to put or place in a horizontal position or position of rest
    "lay over" means a brief stay in the course of a journey

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