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Saturday, 18 March 2017

English Language Questions | NIACL Assistant 2017 | 18.03.2017

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English Questions | NIACL Assistant 2017

Directions (1-15): In the following questions, some have errors. Find out the error, If the given sentence is grammatically correct, select “No error” as your correct option.

1. Disposal mentality has been the key (1)/ behind the setting up and working of fast-track (2)/ courts and judges are judge solely by (3)/ the number of cases disposed of in a month. (4)/No error (5)

(3) Use 'judged' instead of 'judge'

2. The promises made to the people (1)/ of the region at the time of the (2)/ formation of the state (3)/ have been systematically threw to the winds. (4)/No error (5)

(4) Use 'thrown' instead of ‘threw’

3. The Cabinet has once (1)/ again decided that the Petroleum Ministry (2)/ must ensure mandatory blending of (3)/ 5 per cent ethanol with petrol. (4)/ No error (5)

(4) Use ‘ethanol’ instead of ‘ethanolable’ as there is no word like ‘ethanolable’

4. The task force has said that the nodal agency (1)/ would help in the synchronised functioning (2)/ of the industry through effective coordination (3)/ across various ministries and government department. (4)/ No error (5)

(4) 'departments' should be used

5. The lack of respect for patients and their right(1)/ to make decisions are often evident,(2)/ leading one to believe that doctors(3)/ put their own interests before those of their patients.(4)/No error(5)

(2) 'is' should be used in the place of 'are'

6. Unless (1)/ the government machinery is made (2)/ more accountable by courts, judicial area (3)/ will continue to mount. (4)/ No error (5)

(3) Use ‘arrears’ (which means- debt or savings) instead of ‘area’

7. We have already expanded (1)/ our efforts to India but there is lots more we could do (2)/ here with both the public and the private sector (3)/ and the money will be very well investment. (4)/No error (5)

(4) Use 'invested' instead of ‘investment’

8. Extinction of (1)/ plant and animal species is like a (2)/ unshackle deadlier and nastier (3)/ infections, says new research. (4)/No error (5)

(3) ‘likely to’ should be used in the place of ‘like a’

9. Reducing consumption of an specific protein (1)/ found in fish, meat and certain nuts could (2)/ slow the ageing process and increase (3)/ life expectancy, according to the research. (4)/No error (5)

(1) Use ‘a’ instead of ‘an’

10. Convener of the computerised Common Admission Test (CAT) (1)/ said the test for entry to the IIMs, (2)/ was running with smoothly after initial glitches (3)/ and there were no reasons to scrap it. (4)/No error(5)

(3) Remove ‘with’

11. Martin Luther King, who led (1)/ Gandhian Movement against racial (2)/ discrimination, brought considerable amount of (3)/ justice and equality for the blacks in the US. (4) No error (5)

(2) Use ‘the’ before ‘Gandhian Movement’

12. With a view to cleaning the Yamuna (1)/ the National Green Tribunal restrained (2)/ any person or authority from throwing (3)/ debris of any kind of the banks of the Yamuna. (4) No error (5)

(4) Use ‘on the banks’

13. The effects are producing on the mind (1)/ by travelling depends entirely (2)/ on the mind of the traveller and (3)/ on the way in which he conducts himself. (4) No error (5)

(1) Use ‘produced’ instead of ‘are producing’

14. The dominant modern (1)/ thinking is that the (2)/ soundest foundation of (3)/ peace would be universal prosperity. (4) No error (5)

(2) Use ‘belief’ instead of ‘thinking’

15. Claim repudiation ratio (1)/ in insurance provides (2)/ us with the percentage (3)/ of total claims rejected with the insurer. (4)/ No error (5)
(4) Use ‘by’ instead of ‘with’

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