English: Sentence Corrections Set 45 (SBI PO Mains Pattern)

Direction (1-10): In each question given below a sentence is given and is divided into three parts I, II and III. For each part a correction statement is also given. You have to determine which part requires correction and mark it as your answer.

  1. While the measures are welcome and necessary features of a law aimed / at the protection of the rights of Muslim women against arbitrary divorce, it hardly requires iteration / that the civil character of these aspects of marital law must need to be preserved.
    I. While the measures are welcome and necessary features of a law aimed
    II. to protect the rights of Muslim women against arbitrary divorce, it hardly requires iteration
    III. that the civil character of these aspects of marital law must be preserved.
    A) Only i
    B) Only ii & iii
    C) Only iii
    D) Only ii
    E) None of these
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       Option B
    Explanation:
    While the measures are welcome and necessary features of a law aimed to protect  the rights of Muslim women against arbitrary divorce, it hardly requires iteration that the civil character of these aspects of marital law must need to be preserved.
  2. Disregard of whether instant talaq would fall under any of these forms/ of cruelty or domestic violence, criminalising it risks defeating the objective of preserving /the legal obligations of husband, and the payment of maintenance.
    I. Regardless of whether instant talaq would fall under any of these forms
    II. of cruelty or domestic violence, putting it in crime risks defeating the objective of preserving
    III. the husband’s legal obligations, and the payment of maintenance.
    A) Only ii
    B) Only ii & i
    C) Only iii & i
    D) Only i
    E) None of these
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       Option C
    Explanation:
    Regardless of whether instant talaq would fall under any of these forms of cruelty or domestic violence, criminalising it risks defeating the objective of preserving the husband’s legal obligations, and the payment of maintenance.
  3. The preprint describes the careful process of end with the false positives / and systemic blips before coming up with the true signals — in this case, / these two signals corresponding to Kepler 90i and Kepler 80g.
    I. The preprint describes the careful process of doing away with the false positives
    II. and systemic blips before came up with the true signals — in this case,
    III. the two signals corresponding to Kepler 90i and Kepler 80g.
    A) Only i
    B) Only iii & i
    C) Only iii
    D) Only ii
    E) None of these
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       Option B
    Explanation:
    The preprint describes the careful process of doing away with the false positives and systemic blips before coming up with the true signals — in this case, the two signals corresponding to Kepler 90i and Kepler 80g.
  4. The intervening years had seen dramatic twists and turns in the two criminal cases that had /emerged out from the demolition, each taking its own tortuous course, when evidence/ all with pointed to the filing of a single joint case with a strong criminal conspiracy element.
    I. The intervening years seen dramatic twists and turns in the two criminal cases that had
    II. emerged out of the demolition, each taking its own tortuous course, when evidence
    III. all along pointed to the filing of a single joint case with a strong criminal conspiracy element.
    A) Only iii & i
    B) Only ii & iii
    C) Only ii & i
    D) All iii, ii & i
    E) None of these
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       Option B
    Explanation:
    The intervening years had seen dramatic twists and turns in the two criminal cases that had emerged out of the demolition, each taking its own tortuous course, when evidence all along pointed to the filing of a single joint case with a strong criminal conspiracy element.
  5. If the demolition of the Babri Masjid was shameful whose terrifying social-communal consequences are still unfolding /25 years after the incident, the failure of the law to bring the offenders for justice within a reasonable time stands as/ a reminder to how easily the powerful in this country can subvert the system to suit their own partisan interests.
    I. If the demolition of the Babri Masjid was a shame whose terrifying social-communal consequences are still unfolding
    II. 25 years after the incident, the failure of the law to bring the offenders to justice within a reasonable time stands as
    III. a reminder of how easily the powerful in this country can subvert the system to suit their own partisan interests.
    A) Only i
    B) Only ii
    C) Only iii
    D) All iii, ii & i
    E) None of these
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       Option D
    Explanation: 
    If the demolition of the Babri Masjid was a shame whose terrifying social-communal consequences are still unfolding 25 years after the incident, the failure of the law to bring the offenders to justice within a reasonable time stands as a reminder of how easily the powerful in this country can subvert the system to suit their own partisan interests.
  6. The report had noted that mobilisation of kar sevaks had started well before December 6 / instead the Supreme Court’s instructions to limit activity on the day to a symbolic kar seva, which in turn was / based on an undertaking to the same effect by the State Government, then headed by the BJP’s Kalyan Singh.
    I. The report noted that mobilisation of kar sevaks had started well before December 6
    II. despite the Supreme Court’s instructions to limit activity on the day to a symbolic kar seva, which in turn was
    III. based upon an undertaking to the same effect by the State Government, then headed by the BJP’s Kalyan Singh.
    A) Only ii
    B) Only iii
    C) Only iii & i
    D) Only iii & ii
    E) None of these
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       Option A
    Explanation:
    The report had noted that mobilisation of kar sevaks had started well before December 6 despite the Supreme Court’s instructions to limit activity on the day to a symbolic kar seva, which in turn was based on an undertaking to the same effect by the State Government, then headed by the BJP’s Kalyan Singh.
  7. I can still see the thousands of saffron-clad ‘kar sevaks’ climbing atop/ the 16th century mosque and pounding it shovels, iron rods, /pickaxes and anything they could lay their hands on.
    I. I can still see the thousands of saffron-clad ‘kar sevaks’ clambering atop
    II. the 16th century mosque and pounding it with shovels, iron rods,
    III. pickaxes and anything they could lay on their hands.
    A) Only ii & i
    B) Only ii
    C) Only iii & ii
    D) All iii, ii & i
    E) None of these
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       Option A
    Explanation:
    I can still see the thousands of saffron-clad ‘kar sevaks’ clambering atop the 16th century mosque and pounding it with shovels, iron rods, pickaxes and anything they could lay their hands on.
  8. My senior colleagues knew better and in that frenzied atmosphere insisted of calling me / by a Hindu name so as not to draw the attention of the menacing kar sevaks who were / holding journalists hostage over the terrace of Manas Bhavan, a temple overlooking the Babri Masjid.
    I. My senior colleagues knew better and in that frenzied atmosphere insisted on calling me
    II. by a Hindu name so as not to draw the attention of the menacing kar sevaks who are
    III. holding journalists hostage on the terrace of Manas Bhavan, a temple overlooking the Babri Masjid.
    A) Only ii & i
    B) Only i
    C) Only ii
    D) Only iii & i
    E) None of these
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       Option D
    Explanation:
    My senior colleagues knew better and in that frenzied atmosphere insisted on calling me by a Hindu name so as not to draw the attention of the menacing kar sevaks who were holding journalists hostage on the terrace of Manas Bhavan, a temple overlooking the Babri Masjid.
  9. To bring to the front what we underwent and experienced during the period subsequent to the demolition of Babri Masjid, / it is crucial to elucidate the demographic profile and character of Bradford to give an idea of the setting obtained there, and to show where we located in was / a labyrinth of ethnic diversity, which in its wake evoked various kinds of reactions from the diverse populace there.
    I. To bring to the fore what we underwent and experienced during the period subsequent to the demolition of Babri Masjid
    II. it is crucial to elucidate the demographic profile and character of Bradford to give an idea of the setting obtained there, and to show where we were located in was
    III. a labyrinth of ethnic diversity, which in its awake evoked various kinds of reactions from the diverse populace there.
    A) Only i
    B) Only ii & i
    C) Only ii & iii
    D) All iii, ii & i
    E) None of these
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       Option B
    Explanation:
    To bring to the fore what we underwent and experienced during the period subsequent to the demolition of Babri Masjid, it is crucial to elucidate the demographic profile and character of Bradford to give an idea of the setting obtained there, and to show where we were located in was a labyrinth of ethnic diversity, which in its wake evoked various kinds of reactions from the diverse populace there.
  10. There were those who remained unrepentant and there were those, including among the /leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who felt that in an attempt to use the construction of the Ram Mandir / for electoral purposes or for politically motivated reasons, they had allowed things to go too far.
    I. There were those who remain unrepentant and there were those, including among the
    II. leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who feel that in an attempt to use the construction of the Ram Mandir
    III. for electoral purposes or for politically motivated reasons, they allowed things to go too far.
    A) Only i
    B) Only ii
    C) Only iii
    D) All iii, ii & i
    E) None of these
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       Option E
    Explanation:
    There were those who remained unrepentant and there were those, including among the leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who felt that in an attempt to use the construction of the Ram Mandir for electoral purposes or for politically motivated reasons, they had allowed things to go too far.

 

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