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Sujoy Das
21/02/2018 0 0


WU Type II

  • He’ll surely try to get in touch with her, whereof (A) / whereupon (B) she’ll succumb to his pressure and sign the divorce papers.
  • When (A) / If (B) I manage to get to Argentina next year, I'll come and visit you.
  • The shopkeeper against who (A) / whom (B) you have filed a case has been arrested.
  • The woman who (A) / whom (B) all of you considered to be obnoxious, is considered by her wards as their saviour.
  • He was slurring (A) / (B) lisping his words because he had drunk far too much alcohol.
Option 1.
Whereof – (formal) of which, of what
Whereupon – upon or after, as a consequence of which.
Here she will succumb to his pressure as an effect of his getting in touch with her. Hence whereupon is correct.

If it is certain that something has happened, is happening or will happen, we have to use when: When I arrived back home, Sandra was no longer there.
If it is uncertain that something has happened or will happen, we have to use if: He'll be here soon, if he caught the 1.30 train
Here the word manage tells you that there is an uncertainty of my getting to Argentina. Hence if is the correct answer.

Who is a nominative pronoun, which is a pronoun that performs an action rather than receives an action.
Whom is an objective pronoun, which is a pronoun that receives the action of a verb
Prepositions are followed by the objective pronouns - hence whom is correct option here.

Lisp means a speech defect consisting in pronouncing s and z like or nearly like the th- sounds of thin and this, respectively.
Slur means to pronounce indistinctly
Here, because the person is drunk he is speaking indistinctly or unclearly. Hence slur.
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