Model Practice Set MCQ - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Directions (1–10) : Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it . Certain words have been underline to help you locate  them while answering some of the question.

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Which of the following can be said about the girl?

(A) She was brought up by her father as her mother had died when she was a baby. 
(B) She was a talented singer who had learnt to sing at an early age.

(C) She was only allowed to sing with the master’s permission.

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. What was the girl’s reaction to leaving home ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. What task was entrusted to the girl by the queen ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. What was the master’s reaction to the girl’s decision to marry his disciple ? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Which of the following is  not true in the context of the passage?
(A) The girl was leaving the master and going  to Kambhoj once she was married.
(B) The king sent for the girl because she was a good singer.
(C) The master did not  let the girl study any other subject except music.

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Why was the princess going on a journey ?
(A) She was going to her prospective husband’s home to get engaged.
(B) Her parents wanted her to visit the kingdom of which she would be the future queen .
(C) To take expensive gifts for the rules of the Kambhoj who were well known to her parents.

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Why was the master afraid?

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Directions (8–10) : Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning to the word underline as used in the passage.

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Fortunate

Solution:

The meaning of the word Fortunate (Adjective) as used in the passage is : having or bringing an advantage, an opportunity, a piece of good luck etc; lucky.
Look at the sentence ;

I have been fortunate enough to visit many parts of the world as a lecturer.
Hence, the words fortunate and lucky are synonymous.

QUESTION: 9

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Raised

Solution:

The meaning of the word Raise (Verb) as used in the passage is : to move or lift something to a higher level; to increase; to care for a child or a young animal until it is able to take care of itself.
Look at the sentences :
He raised his eyes from his work.
Ram was raised by his grand parents.
Hence, the words raised and nurtured are synonymous. 

QUESTION: 10

There was a  girl who sang beautifully at the temple every morning. The music master used to happily recall, “One day when I went into the woods to pluck flowers, I found this baby under a pipal tree”. He picked her up carefully, raised her lovingly as if she were his daughter and taught her to sing before she spoke her first word.  

The music master grew old and didn‘t see too well. The girl tended to him caringly. Many people including young men travelled from far and wide to hear her sing . This made the music master’s heart quake with fear. “You will choose one of them as your husband. What is to become of me ?” The girl replied ,“I shall not be apart from you ”. But on a full moon night during the harvest festival, the master’s chief disciple touched his feet reverently and said, “Master, grant me your permission for  your daughter has agreed to marry me.”  The master’s tears flowed freely,“ She has chosen well. Go and fetch her let me hear you sing the first of many melodies that you will sing together.” The two began to sing in harmony. But the song was interrupted by the arrival of the royal messenger. “Your daughter is very fortunate- the king has sent for her,” the messenger said. At the palace the queen summoned the girl to her and said, “I place upon you the honour of making sure my daughter is never unhappy at her husband’s home.” There wasn’t a single tear in the girl’s eyes but she thought of the master and her heart was heavy.  

That very night the princess began her journey to Kambhoj. The princess’s royal chariot led the procession and the girl’s palanquin followed close behind carrying trunks of silk, jewellery and precious stones. It was covered with a velvet sheet and had soldiers on the both sides. As the procession passed, the master and his disciple Kumarsen stood still by wayside. A collective sigh escaped the crowd gathered there wishing that the princess wouldn’t feel homesick in her faraway home. 

Q. Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning to the word collective as used in the passage.

Solution:

The meaning of the word Collective (Adjective) as used in the passage is : done or shared by all members of a group of people; used to refer to all members of a group.
Look at the sentences :
The collective name for mast, boom and sails on a boat is the ‘rig’.
It is our collective responsibility to think for betterment of the poor. 
The word Single (Adjective) means : solitary; only one.
Look at the sentences :
He sent Rita a single red rose.
All these jobs can now be done by one single machine.   
Hence, the words collective and single are antonymous.

QUESTION: 11

Directions (11–15) : Read each sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

Q. In present the (a)/ prices of food grains (b)/ are high all  (c)/ over the world. (d)/ No error (e)

Solution:

eplace ‘in present the’ by ‘at present the’ The idiom ‘at present’ means now.
Look at the sentence :
I am sorry he is out at present 
(= now).

QUESTION: 12

Find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

Q. Majority of the banks (a)/ today uses technology (b)/ to reach out to those (c)/ living in rural areas. (d) No error (e)

Solution:

Look at the following structure :
Indefinite number + of + Noun 
The Noun that comes after ‘of’ is the Subject of the sentence and the Verb is used accordingly. Here, ‘banks’ is Plural, hence a Plural Verb should be used.

Look at the sentences

Hence, Majority of the banks today use...... will be a correct sentence.

QUESTION: 13

Find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

Q. I will give (a)/  you the advance (b)/ if you repay it as (c)/ soon as possibly. (d)/ No error (e)

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

Q. Though he is very (a)/ wealthy and powerful (b)/ he has any (c)/ concern for the poor. (d)/ No error (e)

Solution:

According to the sense of the sentence, ‘he has any’ should be replaced by ‘he has no’.

QUESTION: 15

Find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

Q. Mala has the  (a)/ ability to handle (b)/ many tasks at  (c)/ the same time. (d)/ No error (e)

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

Directions (16 – 20) : Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in underline in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (e) as the answer.

Q. Finding himself in financial difficulty, he came forward me for help and advice.

Solution:

Replace ‘came forward’ by ’came to’.

QUESTION: 17

Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in underline in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (e) as the answer.

Q. Deepak having been over eighteen years of age, is entitled to vote.

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in underline in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (e) as the answer.

Q. The magazine that we subscribed to is published monthly.

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in underline in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (e) as the answer.

Q. Among of his many good qualities, that I remember is his honesty.

Solution:

Here, there is mention of one of the qualities of a person. Hence, ‘one of his’ should be used for ‘among of his’.

QUESTION: 20

Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in underline in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (e) as the answer.

Q. Many of our clients have deposit of this foreign bank.

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

Directions (21–25) : Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D),  (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph ; then answer the questions given below them.

(A) The sailor was told it was placed there as a warning signal to sailors to warn them of danger.
(B) He returned to the spot a few years latter as captain of his own ship.
(C) The ship was at sea for many days and finally anchored near the coastline.
(D) The night was stormy and without a warning signal his ship was wrecked on that very rock.
(E) One of the sailors on board saw a bell tied to a dangerous submerged rock.
(F) As a joke the sailor decided to steal the bell and hide it despite being informed of this.

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

(A) The sailor was told it was placed there as a warning signal to sailors to warn them of danger.
(B) He returned to the spot a few years latter as captain of his own ship.
(C) The ship was at sea for many days and finally anchored near the coastline.
(D) The night was stormy and without a warning signal his ship was wrecked on that very rock.
(E) One of the sailors on board saw a bell tied to a dangerous submerged rock.
(F) As a joke the sailor decided to steal the bell and hide it despite being informed of this.

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

(A) The sailor was told it was placed there as a warning signal to sailors to warn them of danger.
(B) He returned to the spot a few years latter as captain of his own ship.
(C) The ship was at sea for many days and finally anchored near the coastline.
(D) The night was stormy and without a warning signal his ship was wrecked on that very rock.
(E) One of the sailors on board saw a bell tied to a dangerous submerged rock.
(F) As a joke the sailor decided to steal the bell and hide it despite being informed of this.

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

(A) The sailor was told it was placed there as a warning signal to sailors to warn them of danger.
(B) He returned to the spot a few years latter as captain of his own ship.
(C) The ship was at sea for many days and finally anchored near the coastline.
(D) The night was stormy and without a warning signal his ship was wrecked on that very rock.
(E) One of the sailors on board saw a bell tied to a dangerous submerged rock.
(F) As a joke the sailor decided to steal the bell and hide it despite being informed of this.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 25

(A) The sailor was told it was placed there as a warning signal to sailors to warn them of danger.
(B) He returned to the spot a few years latter as captain of his own ship.
(C) The ship was at sea for many days and finally anchored near the coastline.
(D) The night was stormy and without a warning signal his ship was wrecked on that very rock.
(E) One of the sailors on board saw a bell tied to a dangerous submerged rock.
(F) As a joke the sailor decided to steal the bell and hide it despite being informed of this.

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

Directions (26–30) : In each question below a sentence with four words in underline type is given. These are numbered as (a), (b), (c) and (d). One of these four words in underline may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word, which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. The number of the word is your answer. If all the words in underline are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark (e) i.e. ‘All correct’ as your answer.

Q. We have incurred (a)/ an expense (b)/ of over fifty thousands (c)/ this year alone. (d)/ All correct (e)

Solution:

Replace ‘thousands’ by ‘thousand’. We say one, two etc thousand without a final ‘s’ on thousand.
Look at the sentences :
Four thousand people are expected to attend.  
Four thousands people are expected to attend.    (×)

QUESTION: 27

Find out the word, which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. The number of the word . If all the words in underline are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark (e) i.e. ‘All correct’

Q. World Earth Day is celeberated (a)/ as a means (b)/ to make people aware (c)/ about the environment. (d)/ All correct (e)

Solution:

The correct spelling is celebrated.

QUESTION: 28

Find out the word, which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. The number of the word . If all the words in underline are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark (e) i.e. ‘All correct’

Q. The key issue (a)/ discused (b)/ at the meeting was how to resolve (c)/ the food crisis. (d)/ All correct (e)

Solution:

The correct spelling is discussed.

QUESTION: 29

Find out the word, which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. The number of the word . If all the words in underline are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark (e) i.e. ‘All correct’

Q. He deserves (a)/ some recognition (b)/ for working diligently (c)/ for the passed (d)/ five years. All correct (e)

Solution:

Replace ‘passed’ by past or last.

QUESTION: 30

Find out the word, which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. The number of the word . If all the words in underline are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark (e) i.e. ‘All correct’

Q. There are many employment (a)/ opportunities (b)/for fresh graduates (c)/ in the market (d)/ today. All correct (e)

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Directions (31–40) : In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are underline below the passage and against each five words are suggested one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 32

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

Solution:
QUESTION: 40

I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.

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