English: Odd Sentence Set 9

Choose the odd sentence out of the given five sentences in each question.

  1. A) Almost all cows in India are injected with Oxytocin to increase their milk yield.
    B) for several months at a stretch – continuously.
    C) The only difference – Indian Cows go through this pain
    D) While Cows residing in Urban areas like Mumbai and Delhi, spend most of their lives, tied to a small rope, standing on piles of their own dung
    E) This results in a pain similar to the sufferings that all mothers go through, during labor.
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      Option D
    AECB. D is comparing Urban area cows , and is incomplete sentence hence doesn’t form a part of the arrangement.
  2. A) It keeps the arteries open in the treatment of coronary heart diseases.
    B) Emergency angioplasty is the treatment of choice during an acute heart attack, wherein the clot is crushed with a balloon and a stent is placed.
    C) A coronary stent is a tube-shaped device placed in the arteries that supply blood to the heart.
    D) The devices save thousands of lives globally, every year.
    E) Price control of stents is a positive step, but more needs to be done.
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      Option E
    CADB. Sentences ABCD entails the function of Stent where as Option E says about its price. Hence, not coherent with the arrangement
  3. A) Some might argue that technology is only an intermediary tool that enables certain things, both good and bad.
    B) The public-private binary does not function in any useful sense as far as the governing class is concerned.
    C) Today, almost all politicians are rich entrepreneurs and hold powerful business interests.
    D) Thus, privacy is not only open to manipulation by the government but even more so by the private sector.
    E) The government has begun to look more and more like the private sector.
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      Option A
    ECBD. Option E says about the view of the government and followed by C which says abouut the trend in politics now-a-days. And B & C concludes why a combo of both the sectors is not viable.
  4. A) The only two rulers over the centuries who tried autocracy are Aurangzeb and Indira Gandhi.
    B) India is not a country to be easy ruled by a dictatorship.
    C) Even the British Raj was careful and tried various means to get people’s inputs.
    D) Aurangzeb ended up demolishing the Mughal empire as the rebellion rose everywhere to oppose his stringent laws.
    E) It didn’t go well for either of them.
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      Option C
    BAED. British raj is nowhere mentioned in the preeceding staements. Hence discarded.
  5. A) In 1999 India and Pakistan were fighting a border tussle [Kargil War]
    B) In the decade before India did its first nuclear test, it fought 3 full wars and 1 medium scale war.
    C) The Day A Nuclear Conflict Was Averted
    D) What stopped that conflict was the presence of nuclear weapons on both sides
    E) It was to get into a full blown war with all the dazzling weaponry.
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      Option B
    AEDC. Option B does not fit with the arrangement.
  6. A) They are the key ingredient to the ecology of the region.
    B) Thus, linking diverse rivers is a pretty stupid and a wasteful idea.
    C) Each of them carry different minerals, in different quantities and pass through different sets of biological habitats.
    D) Rivers are not mere water pipes.
    E) They support different fishes and different types of soils.
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      Option B
    DACE. Subject River , which is option D, is being discussed here which will ultimately be followed by A as, Rivers are prime component of our environment.  Option C considers it a habitat. Thus E comes in the last.
  7. A) The real power was underneath
    B) We often overemphasize kings and dynasties in Indian history.
    C) However, the political systems seldom mattered.
    D) Most people lived in villages and small towns
    E) and their life was hardly touched by who was ruling Delhi.
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      Option A
    BCDE. Option A donot clarifies about Real Power ?
  8. A) Meghavarana was the king of these crows.
    B) Its unnumerable branches were home to a large number of crows.
    C) There was a cave nearby, which was home of a large number of owls.
    D) As time went by, many crows were killed.
    E) There was a huge Banyan tree near a city called Mahilaropyam.
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      Option D
    EBAC. (E)Banyan tree—-(B) Branches; Crows—–(A)King of crows—–(C)Nearby. In Option D, the cause of the death of crows is unkown.
  9. A) the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down.
    B) The first day, the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence.
    C) The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence.
    D) He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence
    E) Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger
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      Option C
    BEAD. The first day followed by Next few weeks. After which hammered nails starts descending and lastly the conclusion. Option C is superfluous.
  10. A) There are plenty of skincare gimmicks out there
    B) most of them are ridiculously expensive.
    C) With so many options it’s only natural for you to be skeptical about the results,
    D) so we don’t want to promise our readers anything
    E) you will get the lowest possible shipping price as well.
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      Option E

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15 Thoughts to “English: Odd Sentence Set 9”

  1. Ittu Si Barbie (。♥‿♥。)

    Thanku AZ 🙂

    1. Shubham Gupta

      aaj question confusing nhi lge tumhe kafi

      1. Ittu Si Barbie (。♥‿♥。)


  2. Jeetesh Chandra

    ty AZ..

    1. thinker

      Marks kese mile itne confusing questions me 00/10 mujhe aaj chsme mile

      1. deteminedd

        kya confusion ha bhai ?

  3. Lee64

    Thnks AZ
    Sme sentences r vry confusing & needs all of our concentration

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