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Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 1

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Tuesday’s multi-city police raids leading ________ the arrests of five people ________ alleged Maoist links has once again brought the debate on the concept of Urban Naxalism.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 1

Tuesday’s multi-city police raids leading ________ the arrests of five people ________ alleged Maoist links has once again brought the debate on the concept of Urban Naxalism.

We know that the verb 'lead' is followed by the preposition 'to'. Therefore, the preposition 'to' should be filled in the blank 1.

Lead (Verb):
To culminate or result in (a particular event or consequence).

Ex. Closing the plant will lead to 300 job losses.

Now, if we observe we can find that there is no other option in which 'to' is given as a choice for the blank 1. Thus, all other options can get eliminated.

Option B is hence the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 2

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

This idea is also the explanation of his government’s policy ________ Jammu and Kashmir, as reflected _________ his own pronouncements.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 2

This idea is also the explanation of his government’s policy ________ Jammu and Kashmir, as reflected _________ his own pronouncements.The noun 'policy' in general is followed by the preposition 'on'. 
 Ex. The government is to introduce new liquor policy on October 1 in Vijayawada.
 This confirms 'on' as the preposition for the blank 1. 
 For the blank 2 the only choice that seems most appropriate among all is 'in'.
 This confirms option D as the correct answer.

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Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 3

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s bluster _________ Kashmir and the implied threat of a nuclear war were irresponsible and ________ the top.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 3

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s bluster _________ Kashmir and the implied threat of a nuclear war were irresponsible and ________ the top.

'Bluster' means 'loudly boastful or threatening speech' and the only preposition that should follow it is 'on'. This eliminates options A, C and E.

For the blank 2, the preposition 'over' is the most appropriate choice as the phrase 'over the top' must have been used here in the given context of the sentence. 

Over the top (Adverbial phrase):
to an excessive or exaggerated degree.

Option B is hence the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 4

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

The global financial institution has advocated _________ reforms that favour agribusiness and ignore peasants and indigenous peoples whose livelihoods depend _________ traditional land use.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 4

The global financial institution has advocated ________ reforms that favour agribusiness and ignore peasants and indigenous peoples whose livelihoods depend _________ traditional land use.

In the context of the sentence, the preposition following the verb 'advocated' must be 'for'.
Advocate (Verb):
to speak in support of an idea or course of action.
Ex. The organization advocates for human rights.
Now, as we know that the verb 'depend' is followed by the preposition 'on', 'on' is the perfect choice for the blank 2.

Option C is hence the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 5

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

The company hopes that its initiative will provide a major source of revenue, ________ fears over the impact of placing thousands of satellites _________ orbit.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 5

The company hopes that its initiative will provide a major source of revenue, ________ fears over the impact of placing thousands of satellites _________ orbit.

If we read the sentence carefully, we can infer that the company is positive about its initiative though there are fears over the impact of an action. Evidently, the preposition that best suits for the blank 1 is 'despite' or 'inspite of'. This eliminates options B, C and E.

For the blank 2, the most appropriate preposition is 'in' as satellites are placed 'in' orbit. 

Option A is hence the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 6

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

A slew __________ new problems emerged directly __________ the government policies.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 6

A slew __________ new problems emerged directly __________ the government policies.

In the given sentence, ‘slew’ means ‘a large number or quantity of something’.

Evidently, the preposition that makes perfect sense in blank 1 is ‘of’.

This eliminates options A and D.

The sentence talks of problems arising out of government policies.

Hence, ‘from’ is the most appropriate preposition for blank 2.

So, option C is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 7

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Farmers played a role in the loss of the NDA government in 2004, and the first UPA regime sought to meet some of their concerns __________ an increase in public spending in rural areas, __________ through agricultural plans in each state, a focus on agricultural credit and enhanced extension activities, and the rural employment guarantee scheme.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 7

Farmers played a role in the loss of the NDA government in 2004, and the first UPA regime sought to meet some of their concerns __________ an increase in public spending in rural areas, __________ through agricultural plans in each state, a focus on agricultural credit and enhanced

extension activities, and the rural employment guarantee scheme.

The sentence talks about agrarian crisis and the government initiatives to tackle this crisis. It talks about a process through which the problems will be addressed.

Evidently, the preposition that best suits for the blank 1 is ‘through’.

This eliminates options C, D and E.

After the first blank, the sentence talks of different government schemes.

Evidently, ‘excluding’ cannot fill the 2nd blank.

‘Including’ perfectly fits the 2nd blank.

Hence, option B is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 8

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Kylian Mbappe, who __________ 19 became the youngest to score in the World Cup final since Pele, showed glimpses of his extraordinary potential; he now looks set __________ greater things.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 8

Kylian Mbappe, who __________ 19 became the youngest to score in the World Cup final since Pele, showed glimpses of his extraordinary potential; he now looks set __________ greater things.

The first blank is right before a number that denotes age.

The preposition ‘at’ perfectly fits the blank. The preposition ‘at’ is always used before age.

This eliminates A and B.

‘For’ aptly fills the 2nd blank.

“Set off” and “set in” does not make any sense here.

‘Set off’ means= begin a journey/ to put in action an event or a series of events

‘Set in’ means= (of something unpleasant or unwelcome) begin and seem likely to continue

Hence, option D is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 9

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Kylian Mbappe, who __________ 19 became the youngest to score in the World Cup final since Pele, showed glimpses of his extraordinary potential; he now looks set __________ greater things.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 9

at,for are the most suitable answer here

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 10

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) already has contracts of __________ $1 trillion covering __________ 60 countries.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 10

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) already has contracts of __________ $1 trillion covering __________ 60 countries.

“Across” and “of” are grossly inappropriate in the 2nd blank.

This eliminates options B, D and E.

Between ‘over’ and ‘including’, ‘over’ is the appropriate answer.

“Including” does not make any sense here.

Both the blanks will be filled by the preposition ‘over’.

Hence, option A is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 11

Directions: In the given statements, a blank has been given. This needs to be filled up using the correct combination of words from the three options mentioned, so that the resulting statement is grammatically and contextually correct.

You should not _______________ the streets with rubbish; you should treat the public space the same way you would treat your own home.

I. garbage
II. loiter
III. litter

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 11

Garbage: rubbish or waste, especially domestic refuse
Loiter: stand or wait around without apparent purpose
Litter: make (a place or area) untidy with rubbish or a large number of objects left lying about
The blank demands a verb. “Garbage” is a noun. Hence, it gets eliminated.
“Loiter” makes no sense in the given context. So, it also gets eliminated.
Only ‘litter’ makes perfect sense in the blank both grammatically and contextually. It is also a verb.
Hence, option C is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 12

Directions: In the given statements, a blank has been given. This needs to be filled up using the correct combination of words from the three options mentioned, so that the resulting statement is grammatically and contextually correct.

In the ancient times, remaining alone was dangerous as _______________ animals could easily attack its solitary prey.

I. domesticated
II. wild
III. herbivorous

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 12

Domesticated: (of an animal) tame and kept as a pet or on a farm
Herbivorous: (of an animal) feeding on plants
“Domesticated” and “herbivorous” animals would not attack people. Even if they attack for some
reason, they would not consider humans their ‘prey’.
Hence, these two words get eliminated.
Only the word “wild” fits perfectly in the blank. “Wild” animals would consider humans as ‘prey’ and
attack them too.
Hence, option B is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 13

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

India has strengthened its cellular internet connectivity in the recent years, and it is a milestone in its _______________ rise in the global stage.

I. meteoric
II. stagnating
III. monetary

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 13

Meteoric: (of the development of something) very rapid

Stagnating: ceasing to develop; becoming inactive or dull.

Monetary: relating to money or currency Meteoric fits perfectly in the blank.

“Stagnation” and “rise” are two opposite words. “Stagnating” does not fit in the blank at all.

It is not very clear how development in cellular internet connectivity can lead to economic/ financial growth. Further, the word ‘monetary’ does not sound very appropriate in the blank. Hence, it gets
eliminated.

Therefore, option A is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 14

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

People of different communities should not harbor grudge against each other, rather, they should celebrate fellow-feeling and _______________ amongst each other.

I. friendship
II. fraternity
III. brotherhood

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 14

“Fellow-feeling” means ‘sympathy and fellowship existing between people based on shared experiences or feelings’.
“Fellow-feeling” and the blank is connected by the connector ‘and’. Hence the blank will take a word similar to the word ‘fellow-feeling’. Fraternity: friendship and mutual support within a group “Fraternity”, “friendship” and “brotherhood” are very similar to fellow-feeling.

All the three words fit perfectly in the blank.

Hence, option E is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 15

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Change in weather patterns is a definitive signal that climate change is not the _______________ of paranoid scientists, but a very real phenomenon.

I. drivel
II. prattle
III. warnings

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 15

‘Drivel’ means: nonsense talk/ nonsense

‘Prattle’ means: talk at length in a foolish or inconsequential way

These two words perfectly fit in the blank both grammatically and contextually.

But ‘warnings’ does not fit in the blank. “Paranoid” is a negative word. “Warnings” don’t go well with
‘paranoid’ scientists. Logical scientists give ‘warnings’. But the talks of ‘paranoid’ scientists can be
considered ‘drivel’ or ‘prattle’.

Hence, option D is the correct answer.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 16

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Several members of the film and theatre fraternity _______________ his house on Monday as well as on Tuesday morning to mourn his death.

I. Thronged
II. Flocked
III. Hosted

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 16

According to the context of the sentence we are saying that a lot of people went to his house on two days and the word in the blank should represent that meaning.

Among the given words, thronged may be used here to indicate that a lot of people came to his house whereas flocked can also be used to indicate this meaning. Hosted cannot be used in this context due to the fact that it implies arranged an event or something.

Hence III can be eliminated from consideration.

This makes Option A the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 17

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Children from States like Bihar, Assam and West Bengal are usually found, and they are _______________ and reunited with their families or sent to children’s homes.
I. Rescued
II. Saved
III. Retrieved

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 17

According to the given context we can understand that we are talking about children being rescued from the clutches of human trafficking agents and they are then reunited with their families.

Among the given words, rescued and saved can obviously be used to fill in the blank here whereas retrieved is not correct due to the fact it is not going with the context here as it is used to denote to get back or bring something back from somewhere.

This makes Option C the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 18

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

The government is taking several measures to _______________ parents to admit their children in schools instead of sending them for jobs.

I. Motivate
II. Encourage
II. Persuade

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 18

According to the given context we are talking about the fact that the government is taking steps to make sure that the parents send their children to schools rather than sell them for jobs.

All the given words fit in the given context and therefore all of them are correct for the blank given.

This makes Option D the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 19

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Virat Kohli _______________ the world record of being the fastest to score 11,000 oneday international runs, in the last match.
I. Functioned
II. Achieved
III. Cared

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 19

According to the given context we are saying that Virat Kohli became the fastest scoring batsman to reach the milestone of 11000 runs in the last match. It is obviously an achievement for him as a cricketer.
Among the given words, we can definitely use achieved whereas the rest of the two words are not correct as per the given context. Hence they can be eliminated.
This makes Option B the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 20

Directions: The following question has two blanks. In each blank a preposition has been omitted. Choose the set of prepositions for each blank that best fits in the context of the sentence.

Scientist have _______________ an algorithm that helps robot avoid collisions by accurately calculating what path a human is going to take.

I. Determined
II. Fragmented
III. Riled

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 20

According to the given context we are saying that the scientists have discovered something that is going to understand the movement of the human beings.

Both the first two words are incorrect for the blank and therefore they can be eliminated given the context of the sentence. Riled means making someone annoyed or irritated. Hence this is also eliminated based on the context explained above. So, none of the given words fits in the given blank.

This makes Option E the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 21

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

Though a rate cut was a ____________ conclusion ahead of the monetary policy announcement, the ____________ was of either a 25 or 50 basis points one.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 21

According to the context of the sentence it is regarding the decision taken by the RBI to cut the policy rate in order to control the economy of the country. It is said that the rate cut was anyway going to happen but at the same time the expectation was only for a 25 or 50 bps cut by the apex bank. The RBI has taken some other decision and has taken the market by surprise. Among the given words, we can use the pair in B since both the words are correct according to the given context of the blanks in the sentence. In other cases, the words will not fit in the given blanks.

This makes Option B the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 22

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

Arguably, the ____________ for fiscal concessions is limited given the overall revenue scenario, but the government can certainly push for further ____________ to incentivise investment.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 22

According to the given context, it is regarding the fact that the revenue scenario of the country is not going to ensure that further fiscal concessions will be possible but one thing that can be done is to incentivize the investment by the government. That will be the best way forward for our economy. Among the given words in options, the pair in Option B will fit in both the blanks in the given sentence whereas the rest are not correct as per the context of the sentence.

This makes Option B the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 23

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

In a country as ____________ as India, it is impossible to ensure that vegetarian and non-vegetarian preferences are ____________ into delivery logistics.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 23

According to the given context of the sentence it is regarding the fact that the vegetarian and non-veg food items cannot be delivered separately in India and the reason given is that India is a very diverse country with so many people with so many choices. There are various types of people and they are so different. Among the given options, the pair of words in Option C will fit in both the blanks to imply that India is a diverse country and the choice of food items by people cannot be factored in delivery logistics by the online food delivery companies. Other words in the options are not correct as per the context of the sentence and can be eliminated from consideration.

This makes Option C the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 24

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

Delivery partners are ____________ made to understand the practical ____________ of the job as they choose to enter the workforce.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 24

According to the given context of the sentence, it is regarding the fact that the delivery partners need to be aware of the practical nature of the job and they join the workforce once they accept the same. That is why it is made a point to them to understand what they have to do and then only they are allowed to enter the workforce. Among the given options, the words in Option D give us the correct pair of words that will fit in the given blanks. Other words do not fit in the blanks and can be eliminated.

This makes Option D the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 25

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

This would be _______________ by a weak phase of the monsoon when rains get _______________ to the foothills of the Himalayas.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 25

According to the given context of the sentence, it is regarding the fact that the present phase would come with another phase of weak monsoon during which the rains are within the foothills of the Himalayas. It is stated that the present phase would be followed by a weak phase of monsoon during which the rains get confined to the hills. Coming to the given options, we can only choose Option D since it provides us the correct implication of the given sentence in both the cases. Other words are irrelevant in the context of the sentence.

This makes Option D the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 26

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

In a _______________ to the exchanges, the company said it intends to _______________ the date of submission of the Q1 results.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 26

As per the given context of the sentence, it is regarding the fact that the company has decided to do something regarding the Q1 results of the company. The company has also informed the same to the exchanges as per the requirement of the regulatory authority. Now for the first blank we can see that filing can be used as the company must have filed something in the exchanges whereas the second blank should be perfect for the word extend. Other words are not relevant in the context of the sentence.

This makes Option C the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 27

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

Rising gold prices over the last few months have been _______________ hitting demand in large consumer _______________ for jewellery including China and India.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 27

According to the given context, it is regarding the fact that the gold prices in the last few months have been on the rise because of the increasing demand in the global markets. The markets such as India and China are actually fuelling this demand and that is why the prices are on the rise in the global market. Among the given options, we can see that Option B can be perfect in this context since both the words here will give us the correct implication of the given statement. The rest are not relevant and hence ruled out from consideration.

This makes Option B the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 28

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

Though Fed Chairman Jerome Powell suggested that a _______________ of rate cuts may not happen, Trump’s action against China in the last few days are suggesting that more rate cuts from the Fed can’t be _______________ out.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 28

According to the given context of the sentence, it is regarding the fact that the Fed is not for further rate cuts in the economy but the tension between USA and China is suggesting that the Fed may not have any other option but to go for rate cuts in the future as well. There should be a number of such rate cut decisions coming in the future. Coming to the given options, we can see that Option A gives us the correct implication of the given sentence whereas the rest can be ruled out for being out of context here.

This makes Option A the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 29

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

This means that rate level is still below _______________ inflation rate of 4 per cent with 2 per cent movement in both the _______________ .

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 29

According to the context of the given sentence we are saying that the inflation rate is within the targeted inflation range and nothing is there to worry about the same. The statements is also regarding the fact that it is expected to move in both the directions here. Among the given options, we can see that only C gives us the correct words for both the blanks in the sentence whereas the rest can be eliminated for being irrelevant in the context of the sentence.

This makes Option C the correct choice among the given options.

Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 30

Direction: In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given with two blanks. From the given options, choose the one that gives the correct combination of words that fit in the blanks.

RTO officials have taken _______________ of the video and plan a massive drive from this week to _______________  out the rogues.

Detailed Solution for Test: Filling in the Blank - 3 - Question 30

Option B: ‘Taken concern’ is grammatically wrong and does not fit.

Option C: Action should be followed by ‘on’ and not ‘of’ so even this option is ruled out.

Option D: The correct phrase is taken issue with the video which means to have a problem with the video. Hence this is incorrect.

Option E: This option may appear correct, but the word remove is self-sufficient and does not need to be followed by ‘out’.

Option A: To take cognizance means to take notice of something. Weed out means to take out or remove something.

Hence, option A is the right answer.

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