|A.||He is neither in|
|B.||favour of arms race|
|C.||or in favour of simple nuclear disarmament|
Explanation:Use ‘nor’ in place of or.
|A.||In despite of his|
|B.||being a small boy|
|C.||he offered to fight the giant.|
Explanation:You can use either ‘in spite of’ or ‘despite. Despite is never followed by ‘of’
|C.||pages after pages of the Bible.|
Explanation:Page after Page is the correct usage.
|B.||supposing if he fails|
|C.||hat he would do.|
Explanation:Three common patterns with ‘if are in vogue which are often called the first, second and third conditionals.
|A.||You must either|
|B.||be regular with your studies|
|C.||and study for longer period before the examination.|
Explanation:Replace ‘and’ with ‘or’. According to grammar rule ‘or’ is used with ‘either’.