Directions(1-5): In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
(A) Reports are emerging of the Cooum restoration project,
(B) For many rural communities, the village commons and forests
(C) Poor urban planning and rampant encroachment by developers
(D) bringing back lost plant species and coastal vegetation.
(E) have turned the ecologically-rich zone into an eyesore over the years.
(F) yield the only easy available source of protein.B-E and C-FA-E, B-D and C-FA-F and B-DC-EA-E and C-FOption D
A. The tribal society has umpteen examples of camaraderie, strong societal bonds
B. The terrain of Garhwal is a mosaic of forest patches and short-statured crops
C. During the period the Sahara started losing its vegetation
D. further bisected by fast-flowing streams
E. studies have shown that this demise of the Green Sahara
F. and mutual help through exchange of labourB-E and C-FA-E, B-D and C-FA-F and B-DB-FA-E and C-FOption C
(A) Calcutta provides the largest number of industrial safety leather gloves
(B) The higher education department has extended the last date of admission
(C) The condition is rare, but serious, and experts said
(D) that findings even one case among thousands of trial could be a red flag.
(E) in India, follows by Chennai, said industry sources.
(F) to undergraduate colleges from September 25 to September 30 as the seats are vacant.B-E and C-FA-E, B-F and C-DA-F and C-DB-FA-E and C-FOption D
A. The Delhi government has deployed marshals in buses
B. The decision has welcomed a debate on
C. The initiative promises to rationalize
D. to implement it at present.
E. to ensure women safety.
F. for make public transport free.A-E & C-DA-EC-D & B-EB-DC-EOption B
A. As railway lines continue expanding and intruding into their habitats,
B. With the economic crisis continuing on the one hand and the health system crumbling
C. Kerala, once a model for the rest of the country, has been unable to stop
D. more than 60 elephants have been mowed down by trains over the past four years
E. travellers from other Indian states bringing the virus with them
F. to revive demand in the economy and create employment, it is absolutely essentialA-D and C-EA-E, B-D and C-FA-F and B-DB-FA-E and C-FOption A
(Its estimated that most than) 15,000 children are trafficked into Europe every year with false hopes of making it as professional footballers.It’s estimates that more thanIts estimated that much thanIts estimated that more thanIt’s estimated that more thanNo correction requiredOption D
- The minister dismissed the Central Board of Direct Taxes’ claim that (it has not issued any information to Durga Puja committees this year).
it did not issued no notice to Durga Puja committees this yearit did not issued any information to Durga Puja committees this yearit had not issued no notice to Durga Puja committees this yearit had not issued any notice to Durga Puja committees this yearNo correction requiredOption D
- According to local authorities, the (typhoon reported drowned thousand trees) and forced more than a million people to evacuate their homes.
typhoon reportedly downed thousands of treestyphoon reportedly dawned thousand of treestyphoon reported drowned thousands treestyphoon reportedly downed thousand of treesNo correction requiredOption A
- The crowd (is lighter than yesterday), due to the heavy snowfall that made not only climbing difficult but also viewing a wet and laborious task.
Are lighter than yesterdayHave been lighter than yesterdayWere lighter than yesterdayWas lighter than yesterdayNo correction requiredOption D
- Unless we were confident of success, we (would not had) even tried the experiment.
Shall not haveHave notCannotWould not haveNo correction requiredOption D
Directions(6-10): In the given question, a part of the sentence is printed in bold. Below the sentence, alternatives to the emboldened part are given as (A), (B), (C) and (D), which may help improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative out of the given five options. In case the given sentence is correct, your answer will be option (E), i.e., “No correction required”.