Mixed English Questions Set 46 (New Pattern)

This set contains important New Pattern English Questions for Bank and Insurance exams SBI PO, IBPS PO, Clerk , NIACL Assistant and other upcoming exams. New Pattern English Odd Sentence and Word Usage. Please read the instructions very carefully.

Direction (1-5): Five statements are given below, labelled A, B, C, D and E. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit with the other statements in the passage.

  1. A) Glivec will now be available to local producers who can manufacture copies of that drug at drastically lower costs and sell it at affordable prices.
    B) A lot of money and time goes into the development of new drugs and medicines, and it is only fair that those who invest billions get to enjoy the benefits of selling a profitable product.
    C) In developing countries such as India, it is these relatively low-cost generic drugs that make life-saving treatment accessible to the poor.
    D) The Supreme Court’s rejection of multinational pharmaceutical company Novartis AG’s plea for patent protection to its life-saving cancer drug Glivec, marks a huge victory for patients in the country.
    E) For example, nine years ago when Glivec was being sold abroad at $2600, its generic versions were available at about $200 in India.
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    Option B
    : The correct sequence is: DACE. The passage speaks that drugs should be sold at low cost. All except B) talks in favour of customers.
  2. A) Elected representatives should also details of one-time expense exceeding, say, Rs50,000.
    B) Salaries and perks of MPs can be withheld till the parliamentarians submit all the above mentioned details. The benefits should also be held back if the details which the elected members submit are found to be false or incomplete.
    C) Parliamentarians should be required to provide all their particulars in their bio-data, including the name of spouse/s, to be put in the public domain through the websites of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.
    D) Their wealth and assets must be declared to their respective heads.
    E) The terms of Assemblies can be extended by up to one year to hold simultaneous elections.
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    Option E
    : The correct sequence is: ADCB. The passage is about the transparency in details of elected representative.
  3. A) Several booths refused to issue receipts, others tried to pass off candies instead of change.
    B) There has always been petty corruption across India, from parking attendants to toll booths; yet if we have to tackle corruption, one of the best tools we have today is technology.
    C) It is very peculiar why a nationwide system for monitoring traffic offences has not been initiated.
    D) And while some innovative use of technology is being made, India needs to use technology more intelligently to tackle corruption.
    E) Recently on a dive across northern India, at several toll booths one noticed a very strange thing.
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    Option C
    : The correct sequence is: EABD
  4. A) Most often we use charity to avoid recognising the problem and finding the solution for it.
    B) When we want to help the poor, we usually offer them charity.
    C) But charity is no solution to poverty. Charity only perpetuates poverty by taking the initiative away from the poor.
    D) But charity begins at home.
    E) Charity becomes a way to shrug off our responsibility.
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    Option D
    : The correct sequence is: BAEC
  5. A) If the country is serious in boosting the investment climate, it has to have a stable and sensitive system.
    B) Investors feel India is an unstable destination, where laws, particularly relating to taxes, are changed on bureaucratic whims.
    C) but policies that harass foreign automobile players, for instance, on the allegation that they “evaded excise duty payment”, is changing the global perception.
    D) India lives in two eras: Socialist, when it comes to realise taxes, and liberalised, when it is benefitting some near and dear one.
    E) India has the capacity to draw billions of dollars
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    Option D
    : The correct sequence is: BAEC

Directions (6-10): In each of the following questions, a word has been used in sentences in four different ways. Choose the option corresponding to the sentence in which the usage of the word is INCORRECT or INAPPROPRIATE.

  1. Pressure
    A) The gate was buckling under the pressure of the crowd outside.
    B) The government refuses to bow to public pressure.
    C) His pressure was firm enough to keep her still.
    D) Since Arohi has been ill, she has been in a pressure mood.
    E) All are correct
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    Option D
    : pressure does not makes any sense here.
  2. Search
    A) The police carried out a thorough search of the premises.
    B) If you’re an alcoholic, the temptation to search may seem like a huge abyss.
    C) The advanced search includes options for sorting by date and specifying the news source.
    D) I did a search for creative-writing courses at IIT Bombay and came up with 422.
    E) All are correct
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    Option B
  3. Session
    A) The movie editor used the computer program to give the actress the luminous session of an angel.
    B) The governor called this week’s special session to reconsider the decision.
    C) School was back in session after the holiday recess so the rink was nearly empty.
    D) We gave only limited thought to the upcoming session as our pre wedding trip and plans took precedence in our hectic schedule.
    E) All are correct
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    Option A
    : session can be replaced by appearance.
  4. Even
    A) Even though there were many cookies on the dish, I only ate three
    B) She was known to have an even temper and to be difficult to rile
    C) He knows even less about it than I do
    D) To make the road even, heavy machines were used by the government.
    E) All are correct
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    Option E
  5. Impact
    A) The fractured edge is smoothed by the impact of a gas flame.
    B) Our regional measures have had a significant impact on unemployment.
    C) The city spent considerable sums of money to upgrade its town square in anticipation of the spread of the President.
    D) Car parts were spread by the impact over a wide region
    E) All are correct
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    Option C 


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