Directions (1-4): In each of the following questions, five options are given and you have to choose the one which has some or any grammatical error in it. In the questions where the fifth option is “all are correct” and all the given four options are correct choose option (E) as your choice. In the question where all the sentences are incorrect and the fifth option is “None is correct” choose option (E) as your correct choice.
Integrity of the state calls for respecting the judiciary and settling disputes not resolved by the courts outside their ambit.Visual observation is limited to the range of frequencies to which our eyes are sensitive.Alex was there in dawn every morning to help with the chores and then they would take off in his truck.The road was rough but not limited to four- wheel drive vehicles like the mountain Jeep roads to the south.All are correctOption C
Among the given sentences, sentence (C) is incorrect since preposition “At” is used in reference to specific times on the clock or points of time in the day. Therefore, “at dawn” should be used to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct. Hence, option (c) is the most viable answer choice.
Half the population of the planet had been decimated by famine and war.There was prejudice in the workplace culminating in her resignation a year ago.Everyone was glued to the TV set as the election results came out.The museum of art comprises of a picture gallery, a collection of casts of Thorvaldsen’s works and a cabinet of engravings.All are correctOption D
Among the given sentence, sentence (D) contains an error. It is to be noted that “comprises” means consist of; be made up of. Therefore, ‘comprises’ does not take the preposition ‘of’ along with it as it stands redundant in reference to its meaning. All the other given sentences are devoid of all grammatical errors; hence, option (d) is the most feasible answer choice.
I suggested to him to adapt himself to his new conditions.Industrialization had a great influence on the development of the economy in Japan.The faint smell of his cologne was disturbing and she stepped back.The media has a lot of influence on the outcome of an election.None is correctOption A
Among the given sentences, sentence (A) contains an error in it. To make the sentence correct “to adapt” should be replaced by “that he should adapt” as sentence structure after the verb ‘suggested’ in an indirect narration should be [that + subject + should + V1]. Therefore, the structure “to + V1” is incorrect in indirect narration while using the verb “suggested/ proposed”.
The workers were furious that management had kept them in the dark about the proposed job cuts.A majority of Japanese workers plan to take more than three consecutive days of summer vacation.Ethnic minorities struggle against prejudice, poverty, and oppression.The local government is stagnant and it is not doing enough to revive the business in the town.All are correctOption E
All the given sentences are grammatically and contextually correct therefore, option (E) becomes the most suitable answer choice
- Mortality among children / according to both the GHI and the NFHS (A) / less than 5 years old has declined (B) / during the same period, (C) / to around 5% from 11% (D),
CDBABDCADABCDCABNone of the aboveOption B
- Nations set / to preserve (A)/ up museums (B)/ for future generations (C)/collective memory (D).
CDABCABDBADCDCABNone of the aboveOption C
- Democracies are / institutions than individuals, (A)/are commemorated for special acts they may have performed (B)/ more about (C)/but often the latter (D).
ABCDCADBCBADDCBANone of the aboveOption B
- The museum / the dominant part (A)/is only a (B)/and is not even (C)/ part of it (D).
ABCDDBCAABDCBDCANone of the aboveOption D
- A/ of the Teen Murti Estate (A)/to other public uses (B)/ has been diverted (C)/substantial portion (D).
DCABACBDCABDDACBNone of the aboveOption D
- The NMML / Teen Murti house (A)/the library and other related units, (B)/ and (C)/ all established after Nehru’s death (D).
ACDBBCDABACDCABDNone of the aboveOption D
Directions (5-10): Given below the sentences each of which has been divided into five parts out of which the first part has been marked and is the starting part. Each of the questions is then followed by the five options which give the sequence of the rearranged parts. You must choose the option which gives the correct sequence of the parts. If the sentence is already arranged or the correct sequence doesn’t match any of the given sequence, mark (E). i.e. “None of the above” as your answer.