Mixed English Questions for Upcoming exams — Set 109

Direction (1-5): In each question below four statements are given. These four statements are connected in the four options given below in each question. You have to determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the statements and mark it as your answer.

  1. the court’s verdict will have a bearing on other issues; the issues are the criminalisation of homosexuality; the court is aware; the criminalisation of the abortion rights of women
    A) Because the issues are the criminalisation of homosexuality and the criminalisation of the abortion rights of women that’s why the court’s verdict will have a bearing on other issues
    B) The court having been aware that the verdict will have a bearing on other issues and the criminalisation of homosexuality and the criminalisation of the abortion rights of women are the issues.
    C) As the court is aware  of its verdict so the bearing of verdict on other issues like the criminalisation of homosexuality and the abortion rights of women.
    D) The court is aware that its verdict will have a bearing on other issues such as the criminalisation of homosexuality and the abortion rights of women.
    E) None of these.
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      Option D
    Explanation:
    A- “bearing on OTHER issues” nothing about other issues are mentioned
    B and C are incorrectly connected, hence doesnot convey a precise meaning.
  2. the right to privacy inheres; appear to be “amorphous”; almost all the rights and freedoms; guaranteed by the Constitution
    A) Being appeared such “amorphous”, the right to privacy inheres in almost all the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
    B) the right to privacy may appear to be “amorphous”, but it inheres in almost all the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
    C) The right to privacy, as it appears “amorphous”, is inheres in almost all the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
    D) As the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution appears to be “amorphous” and inheres these.
    E) None of these.
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      Option B
    Explanation:
    A-  “such” is incorrect;
    C- “is” does not precede V1(+s/es);
    D – sentence structure is incorrect.
  3. the practices do not violate fundamental rights; deprive any section of the followers of any faith of; rights enshrined in the Constitution.; Courts and legislative bodies can be watchful to ensure
    A) As the Constitution do not violate fundamental rights and deprive any section of the followers of any faith of rights so Courts and legislative bodies can be watchful to ensure
    B) To ensure the practices not to be voilated, courts and legislative bodies needed to be watchful, any section of the followers of any faith of rights enshrined in the Constitution.
    C) Courts and legislative bodies can be watchful to ensure that the practices do not violate fundamental rights and deprive any section of the followers of any faith of rights enshrined in the Constitution.
    D) Courts and legislative bodies needed to be watchful for the ensurance of the practices that do not violate fundamental rights and deprive any section of the followers of any faith of rights enshrined in the Constitution.
    E) None of these.
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      Option C
  4. a state occupied pride ; place on industrial map of india; a state is starving for new investment; agrarian distress has been forgotten;
    A) In view starvation of new investment and the pride of place which was on industrial map of India, Agrarian distress has been forgotten.
    B) Agrarian distress has been forgotten and a State which once occupied pride of place on the industrial map of India is now starving for new investment.
    C) Because the Agrarian distress hass been forgotten, a State, being proud for its , place on indian map is starving for new investment.
    D) To forget Agrarian distress, a State which once occupied pride of place on the industrial map of India is now starving for new investment
    E) None of these.
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      Option B
  5. devote all its energy; to get its house in order; to running the government effectively; the unified party would do well
    A) to get its house in order the unified party would do well to running the government effectively devote all its energy.
    B) the unified party would do well to running the government effectively and to get its house in order devote all its energy
    C) to running the government effectively and to get its house in order, the unified party would do well devote all its energy.
    D) the unified party would do well to get its house in order and devote all its energy to running the government effectively.
    E) None of these.
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      Option  D

Direction (6-10): In each of the following questions four statements with a blank in each are given. You have to choose a word from the given option that can fill all the blanks. Mark that option as your answer.

  1. i. She radiated ___ that even humans could feel.
    ii. There is no such thing as a device that functions without ___.
    iii. You must ___a remote with batteries before you can use it to control the functions of your television.
    iv. I want to ___this clock with a potato for my science fair, and it turns out that it is easier to do than I expected.
    A) debility
    B) failure
    C) power
    D) lethargy
    E) atrophy
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      Option C
    Explanation:
    power = the ability or capacity to do or act in a particular way; leverage; prerogative
    atrophy = waste
    lethargy = inactivity
    debility = weakness
  2. i. Our government believes it can use military force to overthrow the brutal ___ that is terrorizing the small nation.
    ii. During the dictator’s ___, he killed thousands of people who rebelled against his rule.
    iii. The football player’s nutritional ___ requires him to eat several large servings of proteins each day.
    iv. Under the country’s military___, criminal offenders were punished harshly and swiftly.
    A) discord
    B) regime
    C) entropy
    D) sway
    E) execute
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      Option B
    Explanation:
    regime = a govt. Especially an authoritarian one; dominion;
    sway = oscillate
    execute = accomplish
    entropy = disorder
    discord = conflict
  3. i. The ___young man was not sure which fork to use during the appetizer portion of the meal.
    ii. The uncultured young woman made several ___ mistakes during the formal dinner.
    iii. Not expecting the comedian’s ___ jokes, I left the venue when he made a number of indecent remarks.
    iv. The soldiers’ ___ dialogue put the waitress in an uncomfortable position.
    A) fluffy
    B) polished
    C) good
    D) coarse
    E) sophisticated
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      Option D
    Explanation:
    rough or harsh in texture; bristly; scratchy
  4. i. If you put one more book on that wobbly bookshelf,” the mother told her husband, “it will ___ to the floor.”
    ii. When the children stacked their crackers one on top of the other, it eventually would ___ over for them to rebuild it.
    iii. Placing the bowling ball onto the flimsy table caused it to ___ over onto the floor
    iv. At first, the blocks in the Jenga game only began to lean until a small wind made the block tower ___down.
    A) accurate
    B) drop
    C) topple
    D) straighten
    E) buttress
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      Option C
    Explanation: topple = overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall; tumble; keel; plunge
    buttress= prop
  5. i. Adding vitamins to a food is a common way to ___ it and make it healthier.
    ii. Modern clothing often uses nylon to ___ cotton and make it tougher.
    iii. The stone wall was the first step, but they needed more to properly ___ the city.
    iv. With the enemy approaching, they worked to ___their defenses.
    A) cripple
    B) drain
    C) enfeeble
    D) dispirit
    E) fortify
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      Option E
    Explanation:
    fortify = provide(a place) with defensive works as protection against attack; secure; protect; etc
    enfeeble = weaken
    dispirit = dishearten

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