English: Fill in the Blanks — Set 35

Directions: Pick out the most appropriate pair of words to complete the given sentences.

  1. Data is the ___of today’s digital economy and is driving new businesses that challenge conventional wisdom ___markets.
    A) core, of
    B) soul, about
    C) dilution, of
    D) lifeblood, about
    E) backbone, of
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      Option D
    Explanation:
    lifeblood = the indispensable factor/about = shows relationship; core = fundamental;
  2. Any debate on data privacy must recognise the need for a ___data privacy law, which not only contributes to and complements the constitutional right to privacy but also enables data subjects to harness the ___of technological advances.
    A) comprehensive, altruism
    B) comprehensive, benevolence
    C) comprehensive, grace
    D) comprehensive, blight
    E) comprehensive, malevolence
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      Option B
    Explanation:
    benevolence= kindness; altruism = selfless concern
  3. Although drafting a legislation that is applicable to both the private sector and the Government alike is a ___task, it may be a streamlined method of ensuring that data subjects are ___ safeguarded.
    A) appalling, satisfactorily
    B) encouraging, decently
    C) daunting, adequately
    D) appealing, awfully
    E) convenient, grimly
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      Option C
    Explanation:
    daunting = difficult to deal with; appalling = causing shock
  4. Another ___ of worry is that renewable energy is ___.
    A) haunch, detonating
    B) flank , exploding
    C) ham, popping
    D) fringe, shattering
    E) surround, bursting
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      Option B
    Explanation:
    flank= side; haunch = rear/detonating = cause to explode
  5. The ___ of oxygen cylinders, which led to 30 children dying on August 10 and 11 according to official reports, seems to have been the ___factor.
    A) penury, immediate
    B) meager, immediate
    C) sparsity, immediate
    D) paucity , immediate
    E) defalcation, immediate
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      Option D
  6. While encephalitis is considered ___to the region, there is no evidence that an epidemic ___broken out this time.
    A) epidemic, was
    B) endemic, has
    C) epidemic, is
    D) epidemic, has
    E) epidemic, will
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      Option B
    Explanation:
    endemic = (of an area) in which a particular disease is regularly found.; epidemic = widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time.
  7. Consumers will come into the formal financial sector and embrace the new opportunities ___that if they change their behaviour and exert the effort to get into the new world then certain specific pains will___.
    A) maintaining, fade
    B) trusting, leave
    C) believing, disappear
    D) presuming, perish
    E) accepting, escape
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      Option C
  8. Entrusted with ___whether her conversion to Islam and marriage to a Muslim man were voluntary acts, the Supreme Court has embarked on a roving inquiry into whether Hindu women in parts of Kerala are being___.
    A) deciding, radicalised
    B) adjudicating, radicalised
    C) sentencing, radicalised
    D) mediating, radicalised
    E) interceding, radicalised
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      Option B
    Explanation:
    adjudicating = make a formal judgemment; deciding = bring to a resolution; radicalised = cause to adopt radical position
  9. The High Court held that the purported marriage was only a ruse to ___the proceedings and ___ the marriage as a “sham”.
    A) scoot, expunged
    B) rush, eradicated
    C) scuttle, annulled
    D) flee, dignified
    E) hustle, obliterated
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      Option C
    Explanation:
    scuttle = deliberately cause to fail; annulled = declare invalid
  10. The last Vice President of India Hamid Ansari’s observation just before he___ office that “more recently, an alternative view point of purifying exclusivism has tended to intrude into and take over the political and cultural landscape” is an unconcealed attack on the ideological ___ of the RSS and the Narendra Modi government.
    A) demitted, cords
    B) demitted, quays
    C) demitted, berths
    D) demitted, moorings
    E) demitted, anchors
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      Option D
    Explanation:
    moor= make fast a boat by attaching it with a rope

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21 Thoughts to “English: Fill in the Blanks — Set 35”

  1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

    6/10 ty

    1. heena

      Konsa khajana hath lag gya h…har quiz me chhaye hue ho..hame b bta do!

      1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

        6 no mila h us pr bhii yee bol rahi ho…:(((

        1. heena

          Are vo quiz tough tha..usme 4 b bhut h..isse phle Vale quiz k b result dethe h mene

          1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

            hahahaha…..

          2. heena

            Achha bus English k liye bta di

    2. mohd bilal

      thoda khazana idhar bhi donate kar do… condition is getting worse day by day for me….

  2. Jeetesh Chandra

    9/10..

  3. mohd bilal

    6/10.. how to make more marks in these types of quizes

    1. Srishti

      Try elimination method. With this method you will easily eliminate 3 out of 5 options. And for the rest 2 options you need to have a strong command over the vocabulary. Read. Read. Read. Read. Read. That’s all can help you 🙂

      There are no shortcuts. You need to work on it.

      1. mohd bilal

        thanx…. i m not using elimination previously..

  4. _/_

    tyyyyyyyy
    awesome
    keep it up

  5. Jellyfish

    7/10 ty mam

  6. Navya

    9th mai C hai na

  7. जय तिवारी ™

    60%

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