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This EduRev document offers 20 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from the topic Grammar Revision (Level - 2). These questions are of Level - 2 difficulty and will assist you in the preparation of CAT & other MBA exams. You can practice/attempt these CAT Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and check the explanations for a better understanding of the topic. 

Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: In the given question, the same idea has been expressed in three different ways. Which of the versions is/are grammatically and idiomatically correct?
(A) The International Herald Tribune which is co-owned by the Washington Post and The New York Times, is headquartered in Paris.
(B) The International Herald Tribune, that is co-owned by the Washington Post and The New York Times, is headquartered in Paris.
(C) The International Herald Tribune, co-owned by the Washington Post and The New York Times, is headquartered in Paris.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: A part of the sentence is underlined. Five different ways of phrasing the underlined part are given. Choose the best alternative among the five.
For the reason that gasoline was relatively cheap and twenty-five cents per gallon in the 1960`s, the average American came to view unfettered, inexpensive driving as a right rather than a lucky privilege.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: A part of the sentence is underlined. Five different ways of phrasing the underlined part are given. Choose the best alternative among the five.
The political masters of the healthcare system have not listened to professional health planners because it has not been profitable for them to do that thing.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: In the following sentence, a part (or whole) of the sentence is underlined. Beneath the sentence, five different ways of phrasing the underlined part are indicated. Choose the best alternative among the five.
Such a consensus denotes a remarkable change of attitude for this very measure had run into trouble in the earlier stages.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: In the following sentence, a part (or whole) of the sentence is underlined. Beneath the sentence, five different ways of phrasing the underlined part are indicated. Choose the best alternative among the five.
During the summer of 1981, when it looked like parts of New York and New Jersey were going to run short of water, many businesses and homes were affected by the stringent restrictions on the use of water.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. On reaching the canal, we jumped into the canal and have hearty bath.
B. We were swimming for about an hour.
C. As we came out, we enjoyed the tasty pakoras with tea, made by the servant.
D. We had taken with us a tape recorder and a camera.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. In the early morning, I went to congratulate Ramesh.
B. He said to me, “I am glad that you had come”.
C. He was going to call at me to arrange his birthday party.
D. So, the whole day I had to stay with Ramesh at his house.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. Man is a creator of machineries.
B. He has created them for his convenience and comfortable.
C. As long he maintains mastery over them, all goes well.
D. But as soon as the machines gain mastery over man, they cause havoc.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. It is said that man is a cultural animal.
B. But when there is a fight, the wild animal in him gets the better of the cultural animal.
C. The root cause of most of the quarrels in the world is impatience and lack of sympathy and forbearance.
D. Quarrels of any kind always result in creating disharmony.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. In 1942 British troops scored a notable victory above the German forces in North America.          
B. During World War II, Hollywood films sought to uplift the spirit of Americans at both home and abroad.
C. Successful investors make money in the stock market by a careful study of the movement of prices.
D. In British politics, seldom is possible to accurately predict who will win an election.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. A spa is a spring whose water has the highest temperature than the water in the surrounding area.
B. Carnegie Hall in Pittsburgh is equipped with one of the world`s largest, most powerful and finest organs.
C. Till recently, most magazines were being printed using the letter press process.
D. If you go on to let your dog chasing cars, he will get run over one day.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. Dr. Friedman, who is a leader of the laissez faire school, goes farther than most other observers, particularly in accusing the Fund of laying the ground for the crisis.
B. At the beginning of 1998 the World Bank established a special internal audit committee to examine problems of corruption in its lending policies. 
C. The IMF is still reeling under the shock of the barrage of criticism it received over their handling of the Asian Crisis.
D. It is not too much to say that had there been no IMF; there would have been no East Asia crisis.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. The political system of the allied powers is essentially different from America.
B. Taiwan and Korea had systems originating in government by corrupt oligarchies which left a legacy of malpractice after even the political scenery had changed.       
C. One of the most comprehensive global corruption surveys comes from a joint venture among Goettingen University and Transparency International.   
D. A dangerous coincidence of circumstances laid behind the great Asian Miracle.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentences.
(A) The secret to long life is to abstain from alcohol, daily exercise, healthy food and adequate rest.
(B) The larger the tumour, the more difficult it is for the surgeon to operate upon.
(C) Two out of three diabetics will die from heart diseases or stroke, yet diabetics go under treated for this life- threatening complication.
(D) Lavanya was taking a trip to Jamaica. Her mother indicated that any one of her friends were welcome to come.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentences.
(A) The students who absent from the classes generally cut a sorry figure in the examination.
(B) He was appointed as coach of the national team in 1980.
(C) When I called at him yesterday he was not at home.
(D) We should always prefer poverty than prosperity to live with self-respect.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Select the option that expresses the central idea in the most clear, concise and correct manner.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. I am thankful to you for all the trouble that you took to make my stay at your place enjoyable.
B. Shah Jehan built the great mausoleum Taj Mahal to make him and his queen Mumtaz immortal.
C. A refreshing feature of this sad situation is that many a person accepts responsibility for this debacle.
D. Government is seized of the matter but they would probably wait for some more time before taking remedial measures.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. This - in necessarily sweeping and approximate terms - is what the scientists have been doing since those memorable Thursdays at the Bull-Head Tavern. One stubborn and complicated problem after the other has given way after the evolving techniques of science.
B. As such, it demands answers to the question as to how the state can be made stronger enough to limit the freedom of concentration of private power, to protect the freedom of the many, without becoming so strong as to be able to destroy the freedom of all.
C. There is another trait of American life that has long been the butt of satirical comment even among us, though foreigners have noticed it over and over again. That is a belief in the future, a faith in progress and a rather naïve notion that everything is going to be bigger and therefore better.
D. By the time he had finished his legal study with George Wythe at the age of twenty three or twenty four he was a highly trained and well-stored mind and was a cultivated young gentleman.  He had acquired an education which any body in any age might envy.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Grammar Revision
Try yourself:Directions: Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences.
A. Old people freeze to death every year for want of the wherewithal to pay for adequate heating.
B. The fact that I am a lawmaker does not entail the notion that I cannot be a law– breaker.
C. Armed with make believe Kalashnikovs, a group of Baghdad schoolboys waited besides the Tigris River to greet a busload of foreign peace activists who’d volunteered to come to Baghdad as human shields.
D. Irritated by the noise, the teacher ordered that the class should be quiet.
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