English Questions: Sentence Connectors Set 41

Directions(1-10): Select the phrase/connector from the given options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences in one.

  1. Often there is one key client sponsoring or requesting the evaluation. The needs of this client will largely shape the evaluation.
    I. often the needs of the
    II. but the needs of the client
    III. the key client sponsoring
    Only II
    Only III
    Both II and III
    Both I and III
    None of these
    Option D
    New Sentences –
    • Often the needs of the key client sponsoring or requesting the evaluation largely shape the said evaluation.
    • The key client sponsoring or requesting the evaluation will largely shape the evaluation based on their needs.

     

  2. Plastics play a major role in several industries, notably in the automotive, pharmaceutical, health care and construction sectors. It is the fast-moving consumer goods sector that poses a higher-order challenge.
    I. Although
    II. Despite the fact that
    III. It is known that
    Only I
    Both I and II
    Only III
    All I, II and III
    Both I and III
    Option B
    The new sentences will be:
    Although plastics play a major role in several industries, notably in the automotive, pharmaceutical, health care and construction sectors, it is the fast-moving consumer goods sector that poses a higher order challenge.
    Despite the fact that plastics play a major role in several industries, notably in the automotive, pharmaceutical, health care and construction sectors, it is the fast-moving consumer goods sector that poses a higher order challenge.

     

  3. Importing became an unviable option for manufacturers due to rising costs. They would be forced to produce their merchandise in India.
    I. The idea was that as
    II. For the reason that
    III. Since
    Only I
    Both I and III
    All I, II and III
    Only III
    Both II and III
    Option C
    The new sentences will be:
    The idea was that as importing became an unviable option for manufacturers due to rising costs, they would be forced to produce their merchandise in India.
    For the reason that importing became an unviable option for manufacturers due to rising costs, they would be forced to produce their merchandise in India.
    Since importing became an unviable option for manufacturers due to rising costs, they would be forced to produce their merchandise in India.

     

  4. Reservation aims at providing equitable access to opportunities, based on the degree of social, educational and the economic deprivation of different sections of population. There often has to be a trade-off between equity and merit, especially in the context of very limited opportunities.
    I. While an affirmative action like
    II. Speaking of
    III. Considering the fact that
    Only I
    Both I and III
    Only III
    All I, II and III
    Both I and II
    Option B
    the new sentences will be:
    While an affirmative action like reservation aims at providing equitable access to opportunities, based on the degree of social, educational and the economic deprivation of different sections of population, there often has to be a trade-off between equity and merit, especially in the context of very limited opportunities.
    OR
    Considering the fact that reservation aims at providing equitable access to opportunities, based on the degree of social, educational and the economic deprivation of different sections of population, there often has to be a trade-off between equity and merit, especially in the context of very limited opportunities.

     

  5. Satyajit Ray directed 36 films, including feature films, documentaries and shorts. He was also a fiction writer, publisher, illustrator, calligrapher, music composer, graphic designer and film critic.
    I. But he is also known for
    II. Besides being a
    III. Although he is known as a director
    Only I
    Only II
    Only III
    Both I and II
    None of these
    Option B
    The correct sentence is – Besides being a film director, who directed 36 films including feature films, documentaries and shorts, Satyajit Ray was also a fiction writer, publisher, illustrator, calligrapher, music composer, graphic designer and film critic.

     

  6. Socialists attribute the vast disparities in wealth to the private ownership of the means of production by a class of owners, creating a situation where a small portion of the population lives off unearned property income. The vast majority of the population is dependent on income in the form of a wage or salary.
    I. While on the one hand
    II As a matter of fact
    III. And a small portion
    Both I and II
    Only II
    Only I
    Both II and III
    None of these
    Option
    New Sentence:
    While on the one hand, socialists attribute the vast disparities in wealth to the private ownership of the means of production by a class of owners, on the other, the vast majority of the population is dependent on income in the form of a wage or salary.

     

  7. By the early 17th century, England was a centralized state in which much of the feudal order of Medieval Europe had been swept away. This centralization was strengthened by a good system of roads and by a disproportionately large capital city, London.
    I. And additionally, this centralization
    II. Although this centralization
    III. Therefore, this centralization
    Only I
    Only II
    Only III
    Both II and III
    None of these
    Option A
    The new sentence is – By the early 17th century, England was a centralized state in which much of the feudal order of Medieval Europe had been swept away and additionally, this centralization was strengthened by a good system of roads and by a disproportionately large capital city, London.

     

  8. The hotel chain has been declared as the best in the city. The staff is not properly trained to greet the customers.
    I. Albeit
    II. Contrasting
    III. Though
    Only I
    Only II
    Only III
    Both I and III
    None of these
    Option D
    The new sentences would be:
    1. Albeit the staff is not properly trained to greet the customers, the hotel chain has been declared as the best in the city.
    2. Though the hotel chain has been declared as the best in the city, the staff is not properly trained to greet the customers.

     

  9. The students have given up on preparations for examinations now. They are now busy trying to spend most of their time playing sports.
    I. Due to
    II. Having
    III. For
    Only I
    Only II
    Only III
    Both I and II
    None of these
    Option B
    The correct sentence would be:
    ‘Having given up on preparations for examinations now, the students are busy trying to spend most of their time playing sports’.

     

  10. As per the rule of that Church, women could not become the Head. The nun nominated herself to fight for the elections.
    I. Although
    II. Therefore
    III. Going against
    Only I
    Only II
    Only III
    Both I and III
    None of these
    Option D
    The new statements are:
    1. Although the Church did not allow women to become the Head, the nun nominated herself to fight for the elections.
    2. Going against the rule of the church, which did not allow women to become the Head, the nun nominated herself to fight for the elections.

     

 

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