Verbal Ability Test Questions

Q.  In the following question, a part of the sentence has been underlined. Replace the underlined part with the most appropriate choice from the four options provided below. In case no improvement is required, choose the option marked ‘no improvement needed’.

Having given up smoking, he had no utilize of a lighter.


a. use of
b. use for
c. utility
d. no improvement needed


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