English: Odd Words for upcoming Exam Set 13

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C) and (D) given below should replace the words/phrases given in bold in the following sentences to make it meaningful and grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (E) as the answer.

  1. In a span of two weeks, almost 300,000 Rohingya have checked over to Bangladesh from the northern Rakhine state in Myanmar, putting Bangladesh under immense stress and compelling the refugees to find shelter in nasty, unsanitary camps scattered along the Myanmar-Bangladesh border.A) hybridized, push, mean
    B) crossed, strain, squalid
    C) parted, wrench, reputable
    D) calmed, race, salubrious
    E) No Correction required
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       Option B 
  2. The flight of the Rohingya has quickened in the past two weeks, but Rohingya refugees have been trying to find a home outside their intrinsic Rakhine for years now, braving human traffickers and repleted conditions on wobbly , overcrowded boats.
    A) exotic, heavy, frail
    B) impure, busy, shaky
    C) self, barren, sturdy
    D) native, fraught, rickety
    E) No Correction required
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       Option D 
  3. On the side of high principle and Aung San Suu Kyi to begin with, New Delhi next courted the Myanmar junta which had  enclosed her for about two decades.
    A) enticed, cuffed, roughly
    B)pursued, liberated, closely
    C) wooed, imprisoned, nearly
    D) ignored, confined, technically
    E) No Correction required
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       Option C 
  4. With the political and military establishment in Myanmar more or less on the same page on the Rohingya question, PM Modi’s frequency of the Rohingya as primarily a security issue rather than a human rights issue of a stateless and saddened minority, must have been a welcome respite to both sides of the Myanmarese leadership, delighted as they are by the blunt international criticism on this front.
    A) iteration, supported, jaunty
    B)  echo, peeved, delighted
    C) reiteration, persecuted, beleaguered
    D) sonorous, afflicted, impertinent
    E) No Correction required
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       Option C 
  5. The government should take advantage of  gaiety in the stock market to  dispatched the disinvestment process and use the proceeds to  subsidized banks and push capital spending.
    A) happiness, hasten, stock
    B) bareness, precipitate, exploit
    C) buoyancy, accelerate, capitalize
    D) boredom, impede, appall
    E) No Correction required
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       Option C 
  6. The book tells when a seventeen-year-old Maria Sharapova became an overnight  famous by defeating the two-time champion preventing Serena Williams to win the prestigious Wimbledon.
    A) as, claptrap, preenting
    B) what, apathy, defending
    C) how , sensation, defending
    D) as, anticipation, preventing
    E) No Correction required
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       Option C 
  7. Although the whole argument behind  traditional restructuring was that with more resources at their escape, states would step up their expenditure, data on state budget allocation for nutrition schemes is not disastrous.
    A) trade, jettison, favourable
    B) fiscal, disposal, encouraging
    C) economical, grouping, bright
    D) financial, sale, propitious
    E) No Correction required
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       Option B
  8. The 9th Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit in Xiamen began conviniently with a big bang, but it was not the kind of noise that host China would have demanded: the unannounced sixth and biggest nuclear test by China’s terrible prosperous ally, North Korea.
    A) dramatically, needed, childish
    B) dramatically, wanted, child
    C) dramatically, needed, baby
    D) dramatically, wanted, enfant
    E) No Correction Required
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       Option D 
  9.  India encourages a significant proportion of the global tuberculosis burden, booking one-fourth of the world’s TB cases.
    A) hauls, proportion, admitting
    B) bears, proportion, harbouring
    C) moves, proportion, adjudging
    D) stands, proportion, booking
    E) No Correction required
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       Option B 
  10. Medical history is full of honest evidence that troughs the role of nutrition in helping patients fade from TB.
    A) separate, emphasizes, recoup
    B) factual, features, salvage
    C) reliable, stresses, recoup
    D) anecdotal, highlights, recover
    E) No Correction required
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       Option D 

 

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