Mixed English Questions Set 47 (New Pattern)

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

Direction (1-5): In each of the following questions a short passage is given with one of the lines in the passage missing and represented by a blank. Select the best out of the five answer choices given, to make the passage complete and coherent.

  1. Financial markets have evolved into a more globally integrated framework as a result of increasing liberalisation of exchange controls and market access.(……………………………………………………………………….), has led to the introduction of new financial instruments with broad market access and lower transaction costs, attracting investors of many nationalities and countries (economies). The expansion of cross-border financial flows has been further accelerated by technological innovations in communications and data processing.
    A) FDI provides a means for creating direct,stable and long-lasting links between economies and
    B) Under the right policy environment, it can serve as an important vehicle for local enterprise development
    C) This integration, accelerated by increasing competition amongst market participants
    D) But global integration is not always possible so easily and
    E) This market which can be assumed to be competition free
    View Answer
    Option C
    Explanation
    : Using the keywords INTEGRATED from the first sentence and FURTHER ACCELARATED from the last sentence Option C is correct
  2. Deregulation of markets, technological innovations and cheaper communication tools have allowed investors to diversify further their participation in competitive markets overseas. In consequence, a significant increase in cross-border capital movements including direct investment (………………………………………………)
    A) has made the investing country more alert in choosing the right partner country.
    B) has affected the cross border trade of many affluent countries.
    C) can be assumed the major factor in deciding the general budget of any country.
    D) has become a key factor in international economic integration, more generally referred to as globalisation.
    E) has further increased the tourism in the country also.
    View Answer
    Option D
  3. An economy consists of all the institutional units that are resident in its territory. Most entities have strong links with only one economy, so their residence is clear, but with increasing international economic openness, (………………………………………………………………)
    A) we have seen that the net effect got cancelled out the there was no visible change.
    B) the constant one economy concept prevailed.
    C) the world has become a better place to live in.
    D) there is a growing number of institutional units that have connections to more than one economy.
    E) each institutional unit is a resident of one and only one economic territory
    View Answer
    Option D
    Explanation
    : Use of BUT means that the mext statement will contradict the previous statement i.e Most entities have strong links with only one economy . So Option D is best suited
  4. Exposure to fungal product, called aflatoxin, is believed to cause up to 80 percent of liver cancer cases in many parts of the world. A new study by MIT researchers have developed a way to determine, by sequencing DNA of liver cells, whether those cells have been exposed to aflatoxin.(……………………………………………………….), potentially many years before tumours actually appear.
    A) It’s really a measure of prior exposure to something that causes cancer
    B) This profile of mutations could be used to predict whether someone has a high risk of developing liver cancer
    C) This approach could also be used to generate profiles for other common carcinogens
    D) Earlier it was difficult to diagnose tumors in liver but
    E) This new research will prove to be a major success in following years
    View Answer
    Option B
    Explanation
    : Option C uses the word Could also.. so it cannot be the answer, because nothing else has been mentioned before it. So option B is the only valid answer.
  5. (………………………………………………………………….). The research, published in the journal Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms, found that study participants had a harder time identifying facial expressions of happiness or sadness when they were sleep deprived versus well-rested. The sleepy participants’ ability to interpret facial expressions of other emotions — anger, fear, surprise and disgust — was not impaired, however. That’s likely because we’re wired to recognize those more primitive emotions in order to survive acute dangers.
    A) Dangers can be well interpreted if we keep ourselves awake at night.
    B) It is difficult to identify your strength and weakness if you keep yourself strained till late night due to work load.
    C) It has been shown in a recent research that the late you sleep the more you become susceptible to disease.
    D) Participants’ baseline responses to the images were compared to their responses after they were deprived of sleep for one night
    E) A recent study has found that a sleepless night impairs your ability to interpret subtle expressions of happiness and sadness
    View Answer
    Option E
    Explanation
    : Option E correctly matches with the passage

Directions (6-10): Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C) and (D) given below should replace the words/phrases given in bold in the following sentences to make it meaningful and grammatically correct. Mark (E) as the answer if the sentence is correct and ‘No correction is required’.

  1. The Supreme Court’s directives that the Centre cannot make Aadhaar mandatory by those whom are beneficiaries of various social sector schemes, should not be taken as a setting back for the Union Government.
    A) decision that, among them who are, back flip for
    B) initiative that, since whom the, setback of
    C) directive that, for those who are, setback for
    D) decision since, by those who are , back stab by
    E) No correction is required
    View Answer
    Option C
  2. It is a well-subscribing point at this point that one of the most inexpensive and effective ways that leaders could be motivating employees is by articulating a compelling depiction of where the organisation is ultimately focusing.
    A) well authorized goal, leaders adopt for the motivation of , challenging

    B) well-articulated subscription, leading team could adopt for, aiming
    C) challenging task, leaders can be motivated by, focusing to go.
    D) well-subscribed view, leaders can motivate, ultimately trying to go.
    E) No correction is required
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    Option D
  3. The history of global development providing abundant evidence that healthier populations grows its incomes and escape from poverty most quickly.
    A) gives huge, is growing its, mostly
    B) provides abundant, grow their, more quickly.
    C) can provide, growing their, faster
    D) proves the, require its, miserably
    E) No correction is required
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    Option B
  4. Accessing the trustworthy information is importance to improving healthcare access and delivery without spiralling costs.
    A) Access to, is critical, and delivery
    B) Having access to the, is of importance, and delivered
    C) Behind the, lies the fact, and because of
    D) Access of, is important, and composed
    E) No correction is required
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    Option A
  5. The recent mob attack by four African people in Greater Noida once against highlighted the racism that exists within our society.
    A) attack again the, highlighted, by our
    B) mob crisis against, highlights, due to the
    C) mob attack against, once again highlights, within our
    D) living attack by, shows, against our
    E) No correction is required
    View Answer
    Option C

 

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