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NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 1

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B1___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 2

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B2___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 3

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B3___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 4

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B4___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 5

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B5___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 6

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B6___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 7

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B7___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 8

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B8___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 9

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B9___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 10

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

___B1 ___ stringent antipollution mass awareness levels in India about the need to ___B2 ___ the environment are low. Which is ___B3many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we ___B4 ___need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in the context that the University’s ___B5 ___ to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level ___B6 ___ significance. There was some ___B7 ___ initially about who would teach the paper because financial ___B8 ___ make it impossible for colleges to ___B9 ___ approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants Commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. ___B10__ with this problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q. Appropriate word at ___B10___ is

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 11

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Why had the King not eaten his food?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 12

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Who was not well on that particular day?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 13

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following describes Birbal?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 14

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following is TRUE in the context of the passage?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 15

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following is/are NOT TRUE in the context of the passage?
(I) Akbar worried too much after meeting the poor man.
(II) Akbar had eaten his food with the poor man.
(III) Akbar decided to execute the poor man

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 16

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. What was Birbal's initial reaction when he heard that the poor man would be executed?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 17

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following cannot be said about the poor man?
(I) The people of his own place cursed him.
(II) He was living in Agra.
(III) He was executed because of his unlucky face.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 18

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Why did the King decide to execute the poor man?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 19

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Birbal was rewarded because ..................

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 20

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heard of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Find the Synonym of REPUTATION.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 21

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
Waking at three o'clock, I heard the........of thunder

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 22

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
The chief guest's speech was so.........that I was all ears.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 23

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
I listened, but I had no idea what he was ........about.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 24

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
Since one cannot read every book, one should be content with making a .....selection.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 25

 Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
At one point, it looked as if an area of agreement would......., specially over the issue of productivity linked wages.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 26

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) To address these issues Indian corporate are increasingly turning eco-friendly. 
(Q) At present however there are only a dozen green buildings in the private sector. 
(R) However though an eco-friendly building may cost more upfront however it is cost effective because of lower operating costs in the long run. 
(S) Today there is growing concern about global warming, energy and water crises. 
(T) The reason is the construction cost of an eco-friendly building is 15% to 20% more than putting up a conventional building. 
(U)Planting trees, using energy saving lighting systems and constructing eco-friendly green buildings are some of the measures they are taking.

Q. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 27

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) To address these issues Indian corporate are increasingly turning eco-friendly. 
(Q) At present however there are only a dozen green buildings in the private sector. 
(R) However though an eco-friendly building may cost more upfront however it is cost effective because of lower operating costs in the long run. 
(S) Today there is growing concern about global warming, energy and water crises. 
(T) The reason is the construction cost of an eco-friendly building is 15% to 20% more than putting up a conventional building. 
(U)Planting trees, using energy saving lighting systems and constructing eco-friendly green buildings are some of the measures they are taking.

Q. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 28

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) To address these issues Indian corporate are increasingly turning eco-friendly. 
(Q) At present however there are only a dozen green buildings in the private sector. 
(R) However though an eco-friendly building may cost more upfront however it is cost effective because of lower operating costs in the long run. 
(S) Today there is growing concern about global warming, energy and water crises. 
(T) The reason is the construction cost of an eco-friendly building is 15% to 20% more than putting up a conventional building. 
(U)Planting trees, using energy saving lighting systems and constructing eco-friendly green buildings are some of the measures they are taking.

Q. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 29

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) To address these issues Indian corporate are increasingly turning eco-friendly. 
(Q) At present however there are only a dozen green buildings in the private sector. 
(R) However though an eco-friendly building may cost more upfront however it is cost effective because of lower operating costs in the long run. 
(S) Today there is growing concern about global warming, energy and water crises. 
(T) The reason is the construction cost of an eco-friendly building is 15% to 20% more than putting up a conventional building. 
(U)Planting trees, using energy saving lighting systems and constructing eco-friendly green buildings are some of the measures they are taking.

29. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 30

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) To address these issues Indian corporate are increasingly turning eco-friendly. 
(Q) At present however there are only a dozen green buildings in the private sector. 
(R) However though an eco-friendly building may cost more upfront however it is cost effective because of lower operating costs in the long run. 
(S) Today there is growing concern about global warming, energy and water crises. 
(T) The reason is the construction cost of an eco-friendly building is 15% to 20% more than putting up a conventional building. 
(U)Planting trees, using energy saving lighting systems and constructing eco-friendly green buildings are some of the measures they are taking.

Q. Which of the following will be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 31

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. After the heavy rains last week, the water in the lake RAISED ANOTHER TWO FEET.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 32

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. It was quite clear that the runner COULD BE ABLE to improve upon his own record.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 33

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. With a thundering roar the huge rocket SOARED UP from the launching pad.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 34

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. My elder sister and her daughter HELPS ME IN my domestic work.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 35

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. I complimented him FOR his success in the examination.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 36

Spot the error.

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 36

replace ‘go’ with ‘going’

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 37

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NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 38

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 39

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager English Mock Test 3 - Question 40

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