Mixed English Questions Set 9 (New Pattern)

Questions (1-5): In each of the questions below two statement are given with a blank in each, followed by some options. You have to determine which of these words will fit in both the statement to make a meaningful sentence. Mark E) as your answer if none of the word fits both the blank.

  1. (i) Billionaires get go-ahead to _____ the MOON for trillions of pounds worth of gold and platinum.
    (ii) The boy rowing the boat is a friend of _____.
    A) benefit
    B) act
    C) mine
    D) social
    E) None of these
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    Option C

    In the first sentence mine means to search/explore. In the second sentence mine means my.
  2. (i) Apple is working on a new chip to _____ functionality that doesn’t require a lot of computing power.
    (ii) They took on more than they could _____.
    A) handle
    B) withdraw
    C) allow
    D) respond
    E) None of these
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    Option A

  3. (i) Tom opened the trunk of his car and took out the _____ tire.
    (ii) Because they had no time to _____ , they hurried back to town.
    A) back
    B) reserve
    C) destroy
    D) spare
    E) None of these
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    Option D

  4. (i) Vineet wouldn’t _____ to thieving.
    (ii) I had to _____ to go into the room.
    A) stop
    B) speed
    C) back
    D) stoop
    E) None of these
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    Option D

  5. (i) The _____ is a result of bad behavior on the part of Russia.
    (ii) Because the detectives do not have enough evidence against their suspect, the judge will not _____ an arrest warrant.
    A) withdraw
    B) event
    C) sanction
    D) regret
    E) None of these
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    Option C

    In the first sentence Sanction means penalty. IN the second sentence Sanction means approval

Question (6-10): Each question has 5 alternatives. You have to find out which option is grammatically correct and expresses the idea of the sentence in the best possible way and mark it as your answer. If none of the options is correct then mark E) “None is Correct as your answer”.

  1. A) The challenges after Indian diplomacy is, however, offset by opportunities.
    B) The challenge before Indian diplomacy is, however, offseted by opportunities.
    C) The challenges before Indian diplomacy are, however, offset by opportunities.
    D) The challenges before Indian diplomacy are, however, offset in opportunities.
    E) None is Correct
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    Option C

  2. A) Brazil has the second large cattle herd in the world, coming after India, and most of it derives from Indian breeds.
    B) Brazil has the second largest cattle herd in the world, coming after India, and most of it derives from Indian breeds.
    C) Brazil has the second largest cattle herd in the world, coming after India, and much of it derives from India breeds.
    D) Brazil has a second largest cattle herd in the world, coming since India, and most of it derives from Indian breeds.
    E) None is Correct
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    Option B

  3. A) A robust intellectual property (IP) rights framework encourage investment in innovation and promotes the development from new product and processes.
    B) A robust intellectual property (IP) rights framework encourages investment from innovation and promotes the development of new product and processes.
    C) A robust intellectual property (IP) rights framework encourages investment in innovation and promotes the development of new product and processes.
    D) A robust intellectual property (IP) rights framework encourages investment in innovating and promotes the development of new product and processes.
    E) None is Correct
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    Option C

  4. A) Life-saving drugs are necessary for combating life-threatening diseases, but patients also need new treatments for ever-changing disease profiles.
    B) Life-saving drugs are necessary for combat life-threatening diseases, but patients too need new treatments for ever-changing disease profiles.
    C) Life-saving drugs is necessary to combat life-threatening diseases, but patients too need new treatments for ever-changing disease profiles.
    D) Life-safer drugs are necessary for combating life-threatening diseases, hence patients also need new treatments for ever-changing disease profiles.
    E) None is Correct
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    Option A

  5. A) The government should redesign the so-called gold monetisation scheme for make it attractive to investors.
    B) The government should be redesigned the so-called gold monetisation scheme to make it attractive to investors.
    C) The government should redesign the so-calling gold monetisation scheme to make it attractive to investors.
    D) The government should redesign the so-called gold monetisation scheme to make it attractive to investors.
    E) None is Correct
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    Option D

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