Which of the phrases (a),(b),(c), and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in the brackets in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically correct. If the sentence is correct and needs no improvement, select option(e),i.e., “No correction required” as your answer.
#1. Taxes are high in this country, (aren't they?)
#2. They did not respond to the medicine. I ( did not neither).
#3. This is the first time I ( had ever used) foreign phone for communication.
#4. We agreed (to go to) Chennai and staying there for a month.
#5. Success, according to many people, (are making) more and more money.
#6. To succeed in a difficult task, ( persistent is needed.)
#7. Roja ( would have been looked ) elegant in a sari.
#8. (Having had) in the Railways for a long time, Manohar has visited all the Indian cities.
#9. My brother is ill ( of fever and so I am.)
#10. Not knowing the language and ( with having no ) friends in the country, he found it impossible to get a job.