SBI PO Prelims English Language Quiz
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Directions (1 – 5): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
India’s most sacred river is also its most polluted, with plastic a major culprit. Now moves are afoot to monitor the flow of rubbish and assess its link to poverty. An all-female team of engineers, explorers and scientists is about to find out by undertaking the first expedition to measure plastic waste in one of the world’s most polluted waterways.
Following the Ganges upstream from where it empties in the Bay of Bengal to its source in the Himalayas, the National Geographic-backed expedition aims to better understand how plastic pollution travels from source to sea and provide solutions for reducing the amount that ends up in the world’s oceans. The 2,525 km-long Ganges is a river of extreme paradox: though worshipped by 1 billion Hindus and relied on as a water source for roughly 400 million people, it is contaminated with industrial runoff, untreated sewage and household waste. It is also one of 10 rivers responsible for 90% of the plastic that ends up at sea.
The river is, therefore, a perfect starting point for measuring how plastic travels from land into rivers, and from rivers into the ocean, says National Geographic fellow and University of Georgia associate professor Jenna Jambeck, who is co-leading the expedition. “We know there’s plastic in these river environments and that the plastic is heading into the ocean, but we don’t know how far, for instance, if someone dropped a plastic bottle into the Ganges, where it ends up. How far does it go?” says environmental engineer Jambeck, whose previous research found that 8 million metric tons of plastic waste enters oceans every year.
The team has placed a tracking device inside a plastic bottle, similar to those used on sharks and turtles, and set it adrift into the Ganges to determine how far downriver it goes. Ethically, the team debated whether or not to use plastic devices to track plastic pollution, but concluded that it was necessary for collating data. As a rule, any plastics that the team are bringing into Bangladesh and India they are taking out with them again, whether that’s toiletries, medical packets or technology.
“We’re not trying to demonise plastic – it has a huge role in society – but when you look at the impact of its waste, when there’s no infrastructure to deal with it or the infrastructure is weak, it is causing huge consequences, whether that’s on people, animals, wildlife or the health of the river system,” said Jambeck.
- Why was using tracking devices in plastic bottles an ethical issue?
(a) These devices themselves are made of plastic thus contributing to the plastic pollution
(b) Such devices are placed in plastic bottles thus contributing to the already existent plastic pollution
(c) Because the same devices have been used in animals
(d) Both (a) and (b)
(e) None of these
- What is the objective of this expedition undertaken by the team of engineers and scientists?
(a) To understand how the plastic pollution is interlinked with poverty
(b) To better understand how plastic pollution travels from source to sea
(c) Helping reduce the amount that ends up in the world’s oceans
(d) Both (b) and (c)
(e) All (a), (b) and (c)
- What is the role of Jenna Jambeck in this expedition?
(a) He’s one of the lead researchers of the project
(b) Jenna is an environmental engineer and in charge of monitoring the rubbish that flows in the Ganges
(c) They are responsible for a previous research found that 8 million metric tons of plastic waste enters oceans every year.
(d) She’s an environmental engineer and co-leader of the project
(e) Both (c) and (d)
- Which of the following is TRUE in context of the passage?
(a) Jenna Jambeck is the sole lead researcher of this expedition
(b) The Ganges is 2252 km long
(c) All of those given as options
(d) Ganges alone contributes 90% of the plastic that ends up in sea
(e) None of these
- Which of the following is the most suitable title for this passage?
(a) Plastic Pollution
(b) The Ganges Paradox
(c) Plastic, Poverty and Paradox
(d) Dying Ganges
(e) None of these
Directions (6-10): Answer the following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent paragraph.
(A) They came the day after 43 protesters were charged with rioting and released on bail.
(B) The commander of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) garrison in Hong Kong warned it was “determined to protect national sovereignty, security, stability and the prosperity of Hong Kong”.
(C) The remarks were made by Chen Daoxiang on Wednesday at a reception celebrating the 92nd anniversary of the PLA.
(D) Some of those charged were as young as 16 and included a Cathay Pacific pilot.
(E) The head of the Chinese army in Hong Kong has spoken on the protests in Hong Kong for the first time, saying the unrest has “seriously threatened the life and safety” of the people and should not be tolerated.
- Which of the following should be the SECONDsentence after rearrangement?
- Which of the following should be the FIRSTsentence after rearrangement?
- Which of the following should be the THIRDsentence after rearrangement?
- Which of the following should be the FIFTHsentence after rearrangement?
- Which of the following should be the FOURTHsentence after rearrangement?
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