Quiz-38

1. Which of the phrases given a after the sentence should
replace the word/phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically
correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required,
select ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

Rich mineral resources and the government present willing to build
infrastructure will attract plenty of foreign investment.

 
 
 
 
 

2. Which of the phrases given a after the sentence should replace the word/phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, select ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

Regulators in America have plans to increase the amount of capital that its eight
largest banks can hold and banks will have until 2018 to comply.

 
 
 
 
 

3. Which of the phrases given a after the sentence should replace the word/phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, select ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

If we revise the school curriculum, colleges will not only get more quality of
students but companies will also get skilled employees.

 
 
 
 
 

4. In the following questions two columns are given containing three sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark (e), i.e. “None of these” as your answer.

Column (1)
(A)the apprehension was that this would bar a successful businessperson
(B)about 50% of the ailing group’s assets were already on the block
(C)merely because two persons are brothers or relatives you can’t be disqualified
Column (2)
(D) differentiated from other similar animal species due to many years of isolation on
the island.
(E) of it comes from statutory functions it has to perform as a regulator.
(F) differentiate his compositions from other works of late 18th century music.

 
 
 
 
 

5. In the following questions two columns are given containing three sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark (e), i.e. “None of these” as your answer.

Column (1)
(A) Looking ahead, with Saudi Arabia committed to deepening its production cuts
(B) The tissue-cultured seedlings of two dwarf hybrid varieties of areca nut developed
by CPCRI
(C) As a result the vital public-watchdog role of the press
Column (2)
(D) that Indian businesses plan to curb outlays on hiring and capital spending
(E) cannot be compatible with Article 10 of the Convention unless it is justified
(F) are likely to be commercially available to farmers from January next.

 
 
 
 
 

6. In the following questions two columns are given containing three
sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the
second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first
column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column
to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five
options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be
joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options
given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark (e), i.e. “None of these” as your
answer.

Column (1)
(A) What drove me towards taking up farming
(B) the author’s inability to take a side on the issue
(C) The ordinance allows for compensation
Column (2)
(D) programmes right from pregnancy until the child reaches five years of age
(E) was my love for plants, inculcated in me by my mother
(F) that the contemnors had incurred the court’s displeasure.

 
 
 
 
 

7. Which of the phrases given a after the sentence should replace the word/phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, select ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

One of the city’s advantages including a good education system, attractive
quality of life and a good transport system which can cope with its rising population.

 
 
 
 
 

8. In the following questions two columns are given containing three sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark (e), i.e. “None of these” as your answer.

Column (1)
(A) With farmers switching more of their acreage to a cane variety with a higher sugar
yield
(B) While courts are indeed empowered to decide
(C) A sustained revival on this vital front may
Column (2)
(D) have served as important instruments of saving for people in the unorganised
sector.
(E) ISMA expects mills to produce a record 350-355 lakh tonnes of sugar next year, even
higher than the 322 lakh tonnes produced this year
(F) also gives little cause for cheer

 
 
 
 
 

9. In the following questions two columns are given containing three sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark (e), i.e. “None of these” as your answer.

Column (1)
(A)having developed an interest in native varieties
(B)The first principle in investigative journalism is to protect your sources
(C)The foundation plans to promote native varieties of paddy
Column (2)
(D) to identify the source of information contained in his 2006 book
(E)by identifying interested farmers and expanding area under these.
(F)he went on a quest for almost a year looking for such paddy varieties

 
 
 
 
 

10. Which of the phrases given a after the sentence should replace the word/phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, select ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

By running small dairy farms and selling milk to factories, the women of the
village takes care the needs of their families.

 
 
 
 
 

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