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English Quiz for RBI ASSISTANT MAINS

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Direction (1-6): Rearrange the following sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(B) They flattered acquaintances, calling them “old friends”.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(D)The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will interevene.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

Q1. Considering statement (F) “U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.” as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, then which among the followings fails to become the part of the coherent paragraph?

(a) C

(b) D

(c) B

(d) F

(e) E

Answer & Explanation
Ans. 1.(c)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is FACGHED.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will intervene.

(D) The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

Hence, option (c) is the right answer choice.

Q2. Among the following pairs which one of them is formed with two consecutive statements after the rearrangement?

(a) D – E

(b) C – F

(c) A – B

(d) E- D

(e) A – D

Answer & Explanation
Ans.2. (d)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is FACGHED.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will intervene.

(D) The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

Hence, option (d) is the right answer choice.

Q3. . Considering statement (F) “U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.” as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, which of the following statement should be FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement? (Excluding the incoherent sentence)

(a) D

(b) B

(c) G

(d) C

(e) F

Answer & Explanation
Ans.3. (c)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is FACGHED.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will intervene.

(D) The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

Hence, option (c) is the right answer choice.

Q4. Considering statement (F) “U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.” as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, which of the following statements should follow the last sentence after the rearrangement? (Excluding the incoherent sentence)

(a) A few years later, in 1954, the Chinese made their entry onto the world stage in Geneva.

(b)  Zhou could have thrown down the gauntlet in public but chose to give diplomacy a chance.

(c) China’s self-interest lay in aggravating this war while denying the U.S. a foothold in its backyard.

(d) His watchwords were aggression and show of power.

(e) None of these

Answer & Explanation
Ans.4. (b)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is FACGHED.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will intervene.

(D) The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

Hence, option (b) is the right answer choice.

Q5. Considering statement (F) “U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.” as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, which of the following statement should be the PENULTIMATE sentence after the rearrangement? (Excluding the incoherent sentence)

(a) A

(b) D

(c) E

(d) C

(e) B

Answer & Explanation
Ans.5. (c)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is FACGHED.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will intervene.

(D) The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

Hence, option (c) is the right answer choice.

Q6. Considering statement (F) “U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.” as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, which of the following statement should be the LAST sentence after the rearrangement? (Excluding the incoherent sentence)

(a) D

(b) B

(c) E

(d) G

(e) F

Answer & Explanation
Ans.6. (a)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is FACGHED.

(F)U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt believed that if you “speak softly and carry a big stick: you will go far.

(A)Half a century later and many thousands of miles away, another man practiced it.

(C)His name was Zhou Enlai.

(G)If Mao Zedong represented the crude face of Chinese communism, then Zhou was the epitome of its refinement.

(H)Where Mao preferred to exercise his power from “out of the barrel of a gun”, Zhou preferred to seduce his opponents through word and gesture in the pursuits of national self-interest.

(E)When General Douglas MacArthur’s armies crossed into North Korea, Zhou summoned the Indian Ambassador in Beijing to deliver a message to the Americans that if the US troops cross the 38th parallel, they will intervene.

(D) The manner of the delivery of the message was as subtle as it was blunt.

Hence, option (a) is the right answer choice.

Direction (7-11): Rearrange the following sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

(A)This contradiction can be traced to the deliberate policy of the Pakistani state to create and foster terrorist groups in order to engage in low intensity warfare with its neighbours.

(B)It intensified this with the cooperation of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia after the Marxist coup of 1978.

(C)Pakistan first operationalised this strategy in regard to Afghanistan following the overthrow of Zahir Shah by his cousin Daud Khan in 1973.

(D) But not all military groups acted in this way.

(E)The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.

(F)Analysts of terrorism are well aware of the paradox that Pakistan is both possibly the leading perpetrator of terrorism and a major victim of the same menace.

(G)This has once again brought to the fore the terrorist threat emanating from Pakistan.

(H)The Soviet withdrawal in 1989 left the Pakistani military with a large surplus of Islamist

fighters that it had trained and armed. [/su_spoiler]

Q7. Considering statement (E), “The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.”  as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, then which among the followings fails to become the part of the coherent paragraph?

(a) C

(b) D

(c) B

(d) F

(e) E

Answer & Explanation
Ans.7. (b)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is EGFACBH.

(E)The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.

(G)This has once again brought to the fore the terrorist threat emanating from Pakistan.

(F)Analysts of terrorism are well aware of the paradox that Pakistan is both possibly the leading perpetrator of terrorism and a major victim of the same menace.

(A)This contradiction can be traced to the deliberate policy of the Pakistani state to create and foster terrorist groups in order to engage in low intensity warfare with its neighbours.

(C)Pakistan first operationalised this strategy in regard to Afghanistan following the overthrow of Zahir Shah by his cousin Daud Khan in 1973.

(B)It intensified this with the cooperation of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia after the Marxist coup of 1978.

(H)The Soviet withdrawal in 1989 left the Pakistani military with a large surplus of Islamist fighters that it had trained and armed.

Hence, option (b) is the right answer choice.

Q8. Among the following pairs which one of them is formed with two consecutive statements after the rearrangement?

(a) D – E

(b) F – H

(c) F – A

(d) E- D

(e) A – D

Answer & Explanation
Ans.8. (c)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is EGFACBH.

(E)The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.

(G)This has once again brought to the fore the terrorist threat emanating from Pakistan.

(F)Analysts of terrorism are well aware of the paradox that Pakistan is both possibly the leading perpetrator of terrorism and a major victim of the same menace.

(A)This contradiction can be traced to the deliberate policy of the Pakistani state to create and foster terrorist groups in order to engage in low intensity warfare with its neighbours.

(C)Pakistan first operationalised this strategy in regard to Afghanistan following the overthrow of Zahir Shah by his cousin Daud Khan in 1973.

(B)It intensified this with the cooperation of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia after the Marxist coup of 1978.

(H)The Soviet withdrawal in 1989 left the Pakistani military with a large surplus of Islamist fighters that it had trained and armed.

Hence, option (c) is the right answer choice.

Q9. Considering statement (E), “The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.”  as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, which of the following statement should be FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement? (Excluding the incoherent sentence)

(a) D

(b) B

(c) G

(d) A

(e) F

Answer & Explanation
Ans.9. (d)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is EGFACBH.

(E)The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.

(G)This has once again brought to the fore the terrorist threat emanating from Pakistan.

(F)Analysts of terrorism are well aware of the paradox that Pakistan is both possibly the leading perpetrator of terrorism and a major victim of the same menace.

(A)This contradiction can be traced to the deliberate policy of the Pakistani state to create and foster terrorist groups in order to engage in low intensity warfare with its neighbours.

(C)Pakistan first operationalised this strategy in regard to Afghanistan following the overthrow of Zahir Shah by his cousin Daud Khan in 1973.

(B)It intensified this with the cooperation of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia after the Marxist coup of 1978.

(H)The Soviet withdrawal in 1989 left the Pakistani military with a large surplus of Islamist fighters that it had trained and armed.

Hence, option (d) is the right answer choice.

Q10. Considering statement (E), “The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.”  as the first sentence of the rearranged paragraph, which of the following statements should follow last sentence after the rearrangement? (Excluding the incoherent sentence)

(a) This narrative makes one thing very clear.

(b)  Pakistan’s ISI has not hesitated to launch terrorist attacks on targets within Pakistan as well.

(c)  Both these factors drive LeT toward greater tolerance in sectarian terms

(d) Islamabad decided to use this “asset” to intensify the insurgency in the Kashmir Valley.

(e) None of these

Answer & Explanation
Ans.10. (d)

Exp. The correct sequence of the given sentences is EGFACBH.

(E)The recent encounter, at Handwara in northern Kashmir, where Indian security forces took on terrorists, left five security personnel, including a colonel, dead.

(G)This has once again brought to the fore the terrorist threat emanating from Pakistan.

(F)Analysts of terrorism are well aware of the paradox that Pakistan is both possibly the leading perpetrator of terrorism and a major victim of the same menace.

(A)This contradiction can be traced to the deliberate policy of the Pakistani state to create and foster terrorist groups in order to engage in low intensity warfare with its neighbours.

(C)Pakistan first operationalised this strategy in regard to Afghanistan following the overthrow of Zahir Shah by his cousin Daud Khan in 1973.

(B)It intensified this with the cooperation of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia after the Marxist coup of 1978.

(H)The Soviet withdrawal in 1989 left the Pakistani military with a large surplus of Islamist fighters that it had trained and armed.

Hence, option (d) is the right answer choice.

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