Mixed English Questions for Upcoming exams — Set 115

Directions: Select the phrase/connector from the given three options which can be used in the beginning (to start the sentence) to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.

  1. Bangladesh has to provide shelter; Bangladesh finds itself in a situation; Bangldesh is as desperate as the people were; the people were desperate 46 years ago.
    A) Bangladesh finds itself in a situation where it has to provide shelter to a people as desperate as once they were 46 years ago.
    B) Bangladesh finds itself in a situation where it is desperate to provide shelter to a people who were desperate 46 years ago.
    C) Bangladesh was desperate as it finds itself in a situation where it has to provide the desperate people the shelter, 46 years ago.
    D) Bangladesh is in a situtation, for the people who were desparate 46 years ago, to provide shelter to the people.
    E) None of these
    View Answer
       Option A
    Explanation: B= people were not desperate, the govt. was
  2. There is a demonstration of growing disconnection; the idea of demonetization and GST rollout; the idea is considered to be ill-informed; disconnection between policy tools and objectives
    A) there is a growing demonstration of disconnection between policy and objectives regarding the disconnection about the idea of demonetization and GST rollout.
    B) the ill-informed idea of demonetization and the GST rollout is considered to be a demonstration of growing disconnection between policy tools and objectives.
    C) the idea of demonetization and GST rollout which is considered to be ill-informed which is a demonstration of growing disconnection between policy  tools and objectives .
    D) the ill-informed idea of demonetization and the GST rollout demonstrate the growing disconnect between policy tools and objectives.
    E) None of these
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       Option D 
  3. The two months were troubling; Japan was the only country to openly support India; India was in trouble for the two months; japan articulated its support
    A) the two months were troubling for Japan as it wsa the only country which articulated its open support  to India .
    B) Japan was the only country that openly articulated its support for India during the two troubled months.
    C) Japan articulated its open support to India which was in trouble for two months, and was the only country
    D) Jpan was the only country to articulated its open support  to India which was in trouble for two months.
    E) None of these
    View Answer
       Option B 
  4. The Myanmar military callous is putting people at enormous risk; the people live at highly trafficked paths around the border; The military callous is using indiscriminate and deadly weapons;
    A) the Myanmar military’s callous is putting people at enormous risk who are living at highly trafficked paths around the border, by using indiscriminate and deadly weapons.
    B) the Myanmar military’s callous use of indiscriminate and deadly weapons at highly trafficked paths around the border is putting the lives of ordinary people at enormous risk.
    C) the people live at highly trafficked paths around the border are at enormous risk because the Myanmar military’s callous is using indiscriminate and deadly weapons
    D) The Myanmar military callous is putting people at enormous risk and the people live at highly trafficked paths around the border because the military callous is using indiscriminate and deadly weapons
    E)  None of these
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       Option B 
  5. The govt. has launched an innovative scheme; the scheme support patients with TB; the Chattisgarh govt. has been amongst the first; the scheme provides nutrition support to patients
    A) the govt. of Chattisgarh has been amongst the first that launched a scheme which is innovative and supports patients with TB by providing them nutrition.
    B) the government of Chhattisgarh has been amongst the first to launch an innovative scheme to provide nutrition support to patients with TB.
    C)the government of Chattisgarh  has been amongst the first to launch an innovative scheme that supports patients with TB and provide nutrition support too the patients.
    D) the government of Chattisgarh has been amongst the first to launch an innovative Scheme that  provide nutrition support to patients with TB
    E) None of theese
    View Answer
       Option B 

Direction: In each questions below, a Theme has been given followed by three passage. You have to determine which passage is based on the given theme and mark it as your option. More than one passage can be based or not based on the given theme that is highlighted in bold.

  1. “Time is money.”
    i. Time should be used in doing productive works. A person make use of his time by working hard to earn money. On the contrary, if the time is wasted, then it is equivalent to losing money.
    ii. Like money, too, time, once lost, is gone forever. Hence, one should exercise due care while spending time. We should always try to make the best use of time.‘Time and tide wait for no man’, says the proverb. If you use your stock of time rightly, it will hear your rich interest but if you waste this invaluable capital, it will make you poor indeed.
    iii. ‘Take time by the forelock’ so as to reap the fullest benefit out of it. Lost time is gone forever and can never be recovered. It is on our own to use or to waste, and another cannot use it, neither can it he accumulated – ‘Time flies’.
    A) Only i
    B) Both i and ii
    C) Both ii and iii
    D) All of these
    E) None of these
    View Answer
       Option D
  2. Is crime a big problem in your city/country?
    i. Crime is a problem in my city, Hong Kong though is not as serious compared to most western cities. Though movies whether HK or Hollywood would like to portray Hong Kong as a crime ridden city filled with Triad thugs and drug smuggling, the city in reality is very safe especially for tourists.
    ii. Hong Kong crime problems are mostly petty crimes like theft, vandalism. It’s serious crimes are organized crime (triads), drug smuggling/substance abuse, illegal immigration, prostitution and illegal gambling. There are some cases of murder in the city but not as big or serious compared to the west.
    iii. “Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It’s already tomorrow in Australia.”
    A) Both i and ii
    B) Both ii and iii
    C) Both i and iii
    D) All of these
    E) None of these
    View Answer
       Option A
  3. Can you be too young to be in love?
    i. I don’t think Love has anything to do with age. Here, I am only stressing about “Love”, do not confuse it with other emotions such as Lust. People may argue that teenage relationships are simply based on the physical aspects of the partner. However, I do know people who have sincerely loved each other for a decade before getting married to each other.
    ii. There is no “older” way to fall in love, it’s just a matter of wisdom in knowing how to guard your heart and mind and soul.
    iii. I believe love is any age. Kids start to get interested(for serious, not joking around) generally around the age of 14. That is when sexual arousal usually comes to the surface. They experiment, have crushes sometimes, figure out who they like (sexuality((but can occur to the realization when they were very little like 3 or 4 possibly, or older like 20))), have feelings and tough times. But love is love. Any age, you can have feelings for someone.
    A) Only i
    B) Only ii
    C) Only iii
    D) All of these
    E) None of these
    View Answer
       Option D
  4. “Problems don’t matter. Solutions do.”
    i. Problems are the part and parcel of our daily lives. Everybody’s got ’em. No one’s are truly unique compared to anyone else’s. But, without fail, every day, we hear friends tell us about those same exact things they were complaining about 3 years ago.
    ii. When an issue comes up, we may not want it to exist but it does provide us with “now” meaning. A “problem” means “solving.” There’s stuff to figure out. We think about it, day in and day out. We’re engrossed in the problem. The problem gives us meaning. The problem makes us feel “here and now.” The problem makes us feel alive.
    iii. A family member you love shares a freshly invented dilemma that makes you want to say, “So, this is the new thing we’ll discuss for, what, the next week or two?” A colleague discusses a “daunting” obstacle like the desperate need to lose exactly 3 pounds, or the urgent requirement to completely gut and redesign their kitchen.
    A) Only i
    B) Both i and ii
    C) Both ii and iii
    D) Only ii
    E) None of these
    View Answer
       Option D
  5. The future of Virtual Games.
    i. Virtual reality has been the talk of the gaming community, especially since the announcement of the steep $600 price for the Oculus Rift. Last week, supposedly the price of the PlayStation VR leaked on three Swiss retailer websites claiming about a $435-$544 price range, which obviously isn’t much better than the $600 price point. So with all of the hype spreading around, here are some predictions for the future of virtual reality gaming.
    ii. Virtual reality is widely associated with gaming, but some believe it could evolve into the next computing platform, affect all of our senses, and grow into a multibillion-dollar industry — if consumers are willing to adopt it.
    iii. Photos are richer than text; video, much richer than photos. But that’s not the end, right? I mean, it’s like this indefinite continuum of getting closer and closer to being able to capture what a person’s natural experience and thought is, and just being able to immediately capture that and design it however you want and share it with whomever you want.
    A) Only i
    B) Only ii
    C) Both i and ii
    D) Both ii and iii
    E)  None of these
    View Answer
       Option C

 

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4 Thoughts to “Mixed English Questions for Upcoming exams — Set 115”

  1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

    thankuu))

  2. Chotu D(mind) !! {NONSENSE}

    done

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