English: Sentence Connectors Questions Set 15

Directions: In each question below statements are given. These statements are connected in the four options given below in each question. You have to determine in which option the statements given have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the statements and mark it as your answer.

  1. in relation to developments in Myanmar ; in stark evidence ; on the common institutional framework was ; the assertion of the democratic will;
    A)  The assertion of the democratic will in relation to developments in Myanmar on the common institutional framework was in stark evidence
    B)  The assertion of the democratic will was in stark evidence in relation to developments in Myanmar on the common institutional framework
    C) The assertion of the democratic will on the common institutional framework was in stark evidence in relation to developments in Myanmar
    D) On the common institutional framework the assertion of the democratic will was in stark evidence in relation to developments in Myanmar
    E) None of these
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      Option C
    Explanation:
    In C , we are considering the framework
    Whereas in D we are making it a basis to decide the development
    Framing of sentence D is incorrect as the phrase “on the common institutional framework’ itself is not signifying a proper meaning. There should be phrase like on the basis of, or on the grounds of….               
  2. the recent incident; Chandigarh is a reminder that; a woman being pursued at night by men in a car; neither law nor public odium is a sufficient deterrent to such crimes
    A) The recent incident of a woman being pursued at night by men in a car in Chandigarh is a reminder that neither law nor public odium is a sufficient deterrent to such crimes
    B) Chandigarh is a reminder that a woman being pursued at night by men in a car in neither law nor public odium is a sufficient deterrent to such crimes in the recent incident
    C) The recent incident of Chandigarh is a reminder that a woman being pursued at night by men in a car in that neither law nor public odium is a sufficient deterrent to such crimes
    D) Neither law nor public odium is a sufficient deterrent to such crimes the recent incident of a woman being pursued at night by men in a car in Chandigarh is a reminder
    E) None of these
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      Option A
    Explanation:
    B) Starting – Chandigarh is a reminder – does not make sense
    In C), it does not tell the reminder of what?   
    In D), “such crimes” are not defined in the sentence           
  3. to extraordinary lengths to eliminate references; to the architect of democratic India, we expect the head of state; though the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone; to stand above partisan party politics
    A) To stand above partisan party politics though the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone to the architect of democratic India, we expect the head of state
    B) Though the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone to stand above partisan party politics to the architect of democratic India, we expect the head of state to extraordinary lengths to eliminate references
    C) Though the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone to extraordinary lengths to stand above partisan party politics to eliminate references to the architect of democratic India, we expect the head of state
    D) Though the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone to extraordinary lengths to eliminate references to the architect of democratic India, we expect the head of state to stand above partisan party politics
    E) None of these
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      Option D Explanation:
    B) we expect the head of state to extraordinary lengths – is incorrect               
  4. a previous Prime Minister from the annals of history; the belittling of Pandit Nehru is odd, because; is not validated by writing out
    A) a previous Prime Minister from the annals of history is not validated by writing out the belittling of Pandit Nehru is odd, because the standing of the current Prime Minister from the annals of history
    B)  the belittling of Pandit Nehru is odd, because the standing of the current Prime Minister is not validated by writing out a previous Prime Minister from the annals of history
    C) a previous Prime Minister from the annals of history the belittling of Pandit Nehru is odd, because the standing of the current Prime Minister is not validated by writing out
    D) the belittling of Pandit Nehru is odd, because a previous Prime Minister from the annals of history the standing of the current Prime Minister is not validated by writing out
    E) None of these
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      Option B
                  
  5. by the market; his conviction that poverty and inequality in India cannot be tackled; remembered by many for his contribution to the institutionalisation of democracy; Nehru continues to
    A)  his conviction that poverty and inequality in India cannot be tackled Nehru continues to be remembered by many for his contribution to the institutionalisation of democracy, establishing institutions of excellence by the market
    B)  Nehru continues to be remembered by many for his contribution to the institutionalisation of democracy, his conviction that poverty and inequality in India cannot be tackled by the market, and establishing institutions of excellence
    C) Nehru continues to be remembered by many for his contribution to the institutionalisation of democracy, by the market, establishing institutions of excellence, and his conviction that poverty and inequality in India cannot be tackled
    D) Nehru continues to be remembered by many for his contribution to the institutionalisation of democracy, establishing institutions of excellence, and his conviction that poverty and inequality in India cannot be tackled by the market
    E) None of these
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      Option D
                  
  6. the country’s powerful armed forces ; Pakistan know that it is not the prime minister; observers of civil-military relations in Pakistan; dictate policy towards key regional and global actors, including India, China and the US
    A) Pakistan know that it is not the prime minister, but the country’s powerful armed forces observers of civil-military relations in, that dictate policy towards key regional and global actors, including India, China and the US
    B) observers of civil-military relations in Pakistan know that it is not the prime minister but the country’s powerful armed forces, that dictate policy towards key regional and global actors, including India, China and the US
    C) the country’s powerful armed forces observers of civil-military relations in Pakistan know that it is not the prime minister,that dictate policy towards key regional and global actors, including India, China and the US
    D) Pakistan know that it is not the prime minister,the country’s powerful armed forces, that dictate policy towards key regional and global actors, including India, China and the US observers of civil-military relations
    E) None of these
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      Option B
                  
  7. was aided immensely by the pragmatism in Beijing, especially that of Deng Xiaoping, whose emphasis; was on creating a peaceful external environment; the slow but definitive normalisation of relations; for the economic modernisation of China
    A) The slow but definitive normalisation of relations was aided immensely by the pragmatism in Beijing, especially that of Deng Xiaoping, whose emphasis was on creating a peaceful external environment for the economic modernisation of China
    B) For the economic modernisation of China the slow but definitive normalisation of relations was aided immensely by the pragmatism in Beijing, especially that of Deng Xiaoping, whose emphasis was on creating a peaceful external environment
    C) The slow but definitive normalisation of relations was on creating a peaceful external environment ,was aided immensely by the pragmatism in Beijing, especially that of Deng Xiaoping, whose emphasis for the economic modernisation of China
    D) The slow but definitive normalisation of relations was on creating a peaceful external environment for the economic modernisation of China ,was aided immensely by the pragmatism in Beijing, especially that of Deng Xiaoping, whose emphasis
    E) None of these
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      Option A
                  
  8. the core of the issue; to ensure that minority institutions are not discriminated against; is whether this clause is meant as ; an anti-discriminatory and protective clause;
    A)  to ensure that minority institutions are not discriminated against the core of the issue is whether this clause is meant as an anti-discriminatory and protective clause
    B)  the core of the issue is whether this clause is to ensure that minority institutions are not discriminated against meant as an anti-discriminatory and protective clause
    C) the core of the issue is whether this clause is meant as an anti-discriminatory and protective clause, to ensure that minority institutions are not discriminated against
    D) whether this clause is meant as an anti-discriminatory and protective clause, to ensure that minority institutions are not discriminated against the core of the issue
    E) None of these
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      Option C
                  
  9. withdraw all its troops from an area; based on historical treaties; Beijing has time and again; to avoid conflict all India needs to do
    A) Based on historical treaties Beijing has time and again sent the message that to avoid conflict all India needs to do is withdraw all its troops from an area
    B)  To avoid conflict all India needs to do is withdraw all its troops from an area that based on historical treaties Beijing has time and again sent the message
    C) Beijing has time and again sent the message that to avoid conflict all India needs to do is withdraw all its troops from an area that based on historical treaties
    D) Beijing has time and again withdraw all its troops from an area sent the message that to avoid conflict all India needs to do is based on historical treaties
    E) None of these
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      Option C
    Explanation:
    In A), the sentence is not complete- There is need of closing words after – from an area
    In B), sentence does not make any sense here-   on historical treaties || Beijing has time and again   
    In D) first ‘withdrew’ should be there instead of ‘withdraw’ and also after area, sentence does not make sense       
  10. in the backdrop are two large issues in education ; over minority educational institutions cannot be fully understood; the stakes in the debate; we recognize;
    A)  the stakes in the debate over minority educational institutions cannot be fully understood unless we recognise that in the backdrop are two large issues in education
    B)  the stakes in the debate we recognise in the backdrop are two large issues in education over minority educational institutions cannot be fully understood
    C) we recognise the stakes in the debate over minority educational institutions cannot be fully understood unless that in the backdrop are two large issues in education
    D) the stakes in the debate over minority educational institutions cannot be fully understood in the backdrop are two large issues in education we recognise
    E) None of these
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      Option A
    Explanation:
    Stake here means financial or other support.
    In B), it says – the stakes are two larger issue, – is incorrect    
    in C) – unless || that in the backdrop – incorrect here
    D), sentence does not make sense         

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9 Thoughts to “English: Sentence Connectors Questions Set 15”

  1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

    6/10 ty:(

    1. _/_

      share ur logic
      how do u do?

  2. Shubham Gupta

    6th wii be

    Observers of civil-military relations in Pakistan know that it is not the prime minister, but the country’s powerful armed forces, that dictate policy towards key regional and global actors, including India, China and the US

  3. ENGLISH expert

    thks mam
    3/10

  4. anurag agarwal

    Thanks subhra mam

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