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Directions (1-5) :Find out the error, if any. If there is no error, the answer is (e), i.e. No error. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)
Q1. The Indian stock market is (a)/ one of the worse (b)/ performing stock markets (c)/ in the recent times. (d)/ No error (e)
Q2. With inflation at 11 % (a)/ companies need to come up (b)/ with innovative ways to (c)/ get customers to buy its goods. (d)/ No error (e)
Q3. Although the brilliant writer, (a)/ an lying (b)/ pessimism prevails in (c)/ all her novels. (d)/ No error (e)
Q4. Given the current (a)/ market conditions it is (b)/ better for us to invest (c)/ in the infrastructure sector. (d)/ No error (e)
Q5. Many athletes have (a)/ taken on yoga (a)/ to develop their concentration (c)/ and reduce stress. (d)/ No error (e)
Directions ( 6–115): Each question below has two blanks each blank indicating that something has been omit choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meanings of the sentence as a whole.
Q6. The Company was…………with a……….to improve power distribution in rural areas.
(a) initiated, backing
(b) established, aim
(c) promote, priority
(d) started, mandate
(e) acquired, belief
Q7. Excise officials seized pouches of Whisky ______________a bus travelling ____________ Maharashtra.
(a) from, to
(b) in, for
(c) for, towards
(d) Inside, on
(e) through, till
Q8.The Finance Minister is………..that the country will………..a nine percent growth rate.
(a) assured, check
(b) convinced, ensure
(c) confident, post
(d) proposed, achieve
(e) challenged, sustain
Q9. Auroras are natural light displays in the sky, usually……………at night, …………… in the Polar regions.
(a) watch, upward
(b) noticed, peculiar
(c) observed, only
(d) found, most
(e) follows, mainly
Q10. After the board examinations, students are……………..up for the various entrance examinations……….for next month.
(a) ready, timed
(b) gearing, scheduled
(c) prepared, programmed
(d) set, duration
(e) geared, kept
‘One of the’ is followed by superlative degree. So, ‘worse’ should be replaced by ‘worst’.
e.g. He is one of the worst dancers that I have seen so far.
‘Companies’ is a plural subject therefore it should take a plural possessive. Hence, ‘its’ should be followed by ‘their’.
e.g. Organisations need to improve their ways of working.
‘An lying’ is a wrong expression. The correct expression is ‘a lying’ to be used here.
e.g. A lying man can’t be trusted.
e.g. She has a better attitude than her brother.
The sentence has future prospects. So, the expression should read out ‘it will be’.
e.g. With the current advancement in tech. It will be beneficial to upgrade use of technology.
‘started, mandate’ is the correct use.
Mandate means an official order or commission to do something.
‘from, to’ fits the sentence appropriately where ‘from’ is used for a starting point and ‘to’ is used to indicate the direction of something.
‘confident, post’ is the correct use.
‘observed, only’ is the correct use.
‘gearing, scheduled’ is the correct use.
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