Discussion Zone – 25 January 2017

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258 Thoughts to “Discussion Zone – 25 January 2017”

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      gd eveng maam 🙂

    2. Purvi

      gud eve mam 🙂

      1. KALYAN ADHYA

        gd eveng purvi 🙂

    3. Hemant ahuja?

      Hello mam

  1. I have read these news yesterday.
    (1) have read this news
    (2) read these news
    (3) read this news
    (4) have read that news
    (5) No correction required.

  2. ^^^Jaga^^^....

    It has been shown that (A)/ very high doses of vitamin C actually (B)/ causes cancer cells to grow. (C)/ No Error (D).

    1. in 1st part
      ‘shown’ is not apt here

  3. A higher exchange rate will cause Indians to choose locally made goods because the foreign ones are now more expensive, and make our exports cheaper.
    (1) locally made goods because the foreign
    (2) local made goods because the foreign one
    (3) local made good because the foreign one
    (4) locally made good because the foreign one
    (5) No correction required

    1. (5) No correction required

      1. Hemant ahuja?

        Locally word kbhi suna nhi

    2. Hemant ahuja?

      If possible explain also

      1. wherever u have doubt, ask to explain

      2. KALYAN ADHYA

        foreign ones hoga hi karan .. yaha foreign ones ke bad “are” hai.. so 1 2 3 4 cancelled

  4. Purvi

    kuch dikhayi nhi de rha aaj 🙁

    1. Hemant ahuja?

      Disqus prob

  5. Most people see the RBI’s measures as to little, to late, and largely ineffective, arguing that it shouldn’t try and defend the rupee.
    (1) too little, to late
    (2) too little, too late
    (3) to little, too late
    (4) neither little nor late
    (5) No correction required

  6. ^^^Jaga^^^....

    When Albert stayed at the African jungle (A) / he chose to put up with many inconveniences such as (B) / wild animals and poisionous insects. (C)/ No Error (D)

  7. Purvi

    sry mam aaj quiz nhi attend kar paungi because of discuss
    thanku
    gud night

    1. Hemant ahuja?

      Purvi recommend par press kro then open kro

    2. yes disqus problem is there

    3. KALYAN ADHYA

      refresh karo maam …

  8. Law and order in West Bengal today have reached a trouble depth, the economy is wrapped in inertia, and the goons of the ruling party are playing havoc.
    (1) have reached troublesome
    (2) has reached a troubled
    (3) had reached a terrible
    (4) has reached a terrible
    (5) No correction required

    1. (4) has reached a terrible

      1. KALYAN ADHYA

        maam law and order ko singular liya gya hai kya??

        1. yes
          it is singular always

          1. KALYAN ADHYA

            ty 🙂

  9. Hemant ahuja?

    Mam discuss prob. Unable to play quiz. Thk. See u tomorrow

  10. Justice Markandey Katju, Chairman of the Press Council of India (PCI), has spoken of minimum qualifications for journalists whom he thinks doesn’t understand much of what they write about.
    (1) who he thinks do not
    (2) who he thinks doesn’t
    (3) whom he don’t thinks
    (4) whom he doesn’t thinks
    (5) No correction required

  11. Imagine, if Pakistan and India had been together, the Taliban would have spread its poison all across India. Partition is probably one of the best things _______.
    (1) that has to happen
    (2) that had happened
    (3) which had to happen
    (4) that should have happened
    (5) to have happened

      1. KALYAN ADHYA

        plzz explain maam

        1. partition ka effect abi b hai

          so – to have happened

  12. There is a joke that ________ the rest of the world has four seasons, Britain has five, including the August Silly season _______ the entire Westminster village – ministers, MPs – goes on summer holiday ______ newspaper desks struggling to fill pages.
    (1) as, when, putting
    (2) while, when, leaving
    (3) like, while, setting
    (4) unlike, following, allowing
    (5) why, like, ceding

  13. KALYAN ADHYA

    bar bar refresh karo ..

  14. “It’s only when the ride goes out that you learn who’s been swimming naked.” That statement from investment guru Warren Buffett ______________ describes the current _______ of the Indian economy.
    (1) badly, attitude
    (2) aptly, state
    (3) certainly contingency
    (4) formally, estate
    (5) clearly, occurrence

      1. estate does not make sense here

        Its a term about properties n land

  15. Ramesh is _______ than all the members of his family.
    (1) as good if not better
    (2) as better if not more better
    (3) as good as if not better
    (4) as much good as better
    (5) so much better if not less better

    1. (3) as good as if not better

  16. With elections around, politicians could be forgiven for making promises they cannot keep. But when a minister pushes a provocative idea at a public forum, it’s ________.
    (1) start to bound alarm bells ringing
    (2) alarm bells ringing bound to be started
    (3) bound to start the bells ringing
    (4) bound to start alarm bells ringing
    (5) None of these

    1. (4) bound to start alarm bells ringing

  17. 1) The values of dignity and equality of all members of/ 2) the human race, like many/ 3) other basic principle, is found/ 4) in virtually every culture and civilization, religion and philosophical tradition./ 5) No error

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      33// principles

    2. 3; replace ‘ is ‘ with ‘ are ‘

      are is used for values of dignity and equality

  18. 1) The white House claimed Russia had a ‘clear legal basis’ / 2) to extradite Snowden after the US revoked/ 3) his passport and brought espionage/ 4) charges on him./ 5) No error

    1. 4; replace ‘on ‘ with ‘ against ‘

  19. 1) Like in health, government performance / 2) in providing education/ 3) for all has/ 4) charges on him./ 5) No error

      1. KALYAN ADHYA

        kaise maam

        1. what error u saw in d part ?

          1. KALYAN ADHYA

            has charged??

          2. here charge does nor mean that

          3. i mean charge is not verb here

          4. KALYAN ADHYA

            oh sorry..

  20. 1) The international law of human rights comprises of more than/ 2) eighty universal and regional conventions, which have/ 3) binding force of state parties and therefore/ 4) form so-called hard law./ 5) No error

    1. 1; delete ‘ of ‘ used after ‘ comprise ‘

    2. after comprise of s not used

  21. 1) Decentralization has become a very fashionable term / 2) and all countries, whatever the mode of government,/ 3) are vying with each other/ 4) in experimenting with it./ 5) No error

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      44// one another

    2. 3; replace ‘ each other’ with ‘ one another’

      each other refers to two people and one another refers to more than two people

  22. The essays (1)/given on page ten (2)/are relevant(3)/to your topic (4)/No error (5)

        1. KALYAN ADHYA

          which is

          1. KALYAN ADHYA

            then no error

        2. MiMi

          given on page ten sunne me i think thik nhi lag raha hai

          1. its correct

            given on page 10 or given on 10th page – correct

      1. essays is used so are is correct

        1. M@st@n!

          ok den no error

  23. Both India (1) /as well Russia (2)/are participating (3)/ in the games (4)/No error (5)

    1. 3; are => is

      as well as is used
      so verb according to 1st subject

      1. M@st@n!

        yes but 2 error is der?

          1. M@st@n!

            maam are u typing?

          2. no, i m not

            sometimes disqus shows that someone is typing, but actually no one is typing

          3. M@st@n!

            mam i mean r u typing the sentence or doing copy paste?

          4. ok ok
            copy paste

            why ??

          5. M@st@n!

            becoz sentences seems to be more than 2 error :/

          6. no there are not

            if u find any tell me, i ll see
            I am reading sentences too

          7. copying the questions

            but typing the answers

  24. He behaves (1) /as if he (2)/ was the chief (3)/of the organization (4)/No error (5)

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      2 times he//// he were

    2. M@st@n!

      omit 1 he
      no error

  25. There was (1)/ a number of conferences (2)/which produced a little (3)/ of practical value (4)/ No error (5).

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      33// a lot

  26. The girl who (1)/met you (2) /yesterday(3) /is my cousin sister (4)/No error (5)

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      44// only cousin

    2. MiMi

      only cousin or sister eksath nhi hoga

      1. yesterday – past ki baat ho rhi hai to met

    3. 4; delete cousin

      there is nothing like cousin sister or cousin brother in ENglish

  27. There were screams, chills and thrills __________at the discotheque the other night as the director along with the producers hosted a party to__________ the success of their latest horror flick.
    (1) combined, downplay
    (2) alike, mourn
    (3) experiences, mark
    (4) galore, celebrate
    (5) risen, generate

    1. M@st@n!

      discotheque??

  28. Obesity and alcohol__________ together to__________ the risk of liver disease in both men and women.
    (1) act, increase
    (2) result, aggravate
    (3) taken, arrest
    (4) put, heighten
    (5) mix, lower.

          1. obesity and alcohol se risk lower kese ho sakta h ?

          2. KALYAN ADHYA

            ok maam

  29. The Government stated that it had the __________right to use as much force as was necessary to regain control of areas__________ by terrorists.
    (1) free, marked
    (2) practical, left.
    (3) fundamental, infest
    (4) basic, undertaken
    (5) legitimate, dominated

      1. undertaken is not apt here

        undertake means accepted

    1. MiMi

      legitimate=sanction /legalize

    2. (5) legitimate, dominated

  30. The producer is known to__________ with new stars and fresh talent and though there have been a few hits and misses, this filmmaker totally ________for the new breed.
    (1) try, demands
    (2) experiment, vouches
    (3) sign, goes
    (5) produce, promises
    (5) work, supports

  31. What goes into making a marriage can only be__________ by trial and error and couples are best left to___________ out what works.
    (1) discovered, translate
    (2) regulated, find
    (3) learnt, figure
    (4) seen, thrash
    (5) experienced, judge

  32. Suraj

    #Error
    After you will return (A)/ from Mumbai (B) / I will come to meet you. (C) / No error.(D)

    1. Suraj

      a) Remove will. Do not use will after time clause.
      here AFTER YOU WILL RETURN is a time clause…
      Example : I’ll come home when I will finish work.

      in this remove will,, Ill come home when I finish work

  33. Thats all from my side 🙂
    GD NT 🙂

    Suraj sir will continue

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      gd nyt maam 🙂

  34. Suraj

    My father (A)/ has left (B) /for Bombay last Saturday. (C) /No error.(D)

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      bb// left only

    2. Suraj

      the activity is of last Saturday use simple past in part b. So remove has.

        1. Suraj

          not required because of simple past…

  35. Suraj

    I used to study (A) /till 10 pm and (B) /and then I go to bed. (C) /No error. (D)

    1. Suraj

      c) Used to’ is used for past habitual action. In part c change go to went.

  36. Suraj

    Air pollution caused by industrial fumes has been studied (A)/ for years, but only recently has (B)/ the harmful effects of noise pollution become known(C)/. No error.(D)

    1. Suraj

      try to tell error also if possible, it will boost ur confidence,,, if answer is correct… and will give u an opportunity to learn if answer is wrong…

      1. KALYAN ADHYA

        but only recently tin o kuch garbar lag raha hai

        1. Suraj

          its correct because sentence ka meaning ye nikal raha hai ki.. air pollution to pehle se study kiya ja raha tha, but uske harmful effects abhi pata chal paye hai.. means only recently…

          1. KALYAN ADHYA

            ok sir

    2. Suraj

      b) use have instead of has as harmful effects of noise pollution is plural.

  37. Suraj

    The judge asked the man (A)/ if the bag he had lost (B)/ contain five thousand rupees (C)/No error (D)

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      cc// contains

    2. Suraj

      c) Replace contain by contained as the sentence is in past tense.

  38. Suraj

    The ministry was considered several proposals (A)/ for the development of small and medium enterprises (B)/during Budget discussions. (C)/No error (D)

    1. KALYAN ADHYA

      dd // ne

      1. Suraj

        discussions hai,, means kai phases me hua hai discussion,, so The use nhi hoga…

    2. Suraj

      Use simple past tense. (The ministry considered several proposals)

        1. KALYAN ADHYA

          ok sir ..

  39. Suraj

    Having work (A)/ in both public and private sector banks(B)/she is the most suitable person to take over the post of the chairman.(C)/No error(D)

    1. Suraj

      a) work=>worked. as the sentence is of past tense.

    2. KALYAN ADHYA

      taking over??

      1. Suraj

        wo to future continous me use hoga, like he would be taking over as the chairman,,,,

  40. Suraj

    He started a very small business two years ago (A)/ but it grew very fast (B)/as the country is experiencing a boom at that time.(C)/No error(D)

    1. Suraj

      The sentence is of past tense. So use was experiencing.

  41. KALYAN ADHYA

    ok… gd nyt sir … its dinner time..

  42. Suraj

    Ok then we will continue tomorrow….Thankyou

    1. MiMi

      sir app daily error ka quiz karate ho kya? time?

      1. Suraj

        no not daily….but jab karwaunga us din pehle hi bata dunga

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