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Friday, 4 August 2017

Bank Quiz : English Language | 04 - 08 - 17

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Bank Quiz : English Language | 04 - 08 - 17

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic 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 (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any)

1. The President embraced a proposal to slash (1)/ legal immigration to the United States in half within (2)/ a decades by sharply curtailing the ability of American citizens and (3)/legal residents to bring family members into the country.(4)/No error(5)

2. The research marks a major milestone (1)/and a long way from clinical use, it raises the prospect that (2)/gene editing may one day protect babies(3)/ from a variety of hereditary conditions. (4)/No error(5)

3. The untenable situation was exacerbated (1)/when Donald Trump appointed his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, (2)/as a senior adviser with uncharacteristically broad responsibilities, (3)/further weakening the jurisdiction to White House’s supposed top-job. (4)/No error(5)

4. The act heralds the end of a 52-year conflict but(1)/ for Colombia to decisively break with its (2)/past, it must be smart in their approach to (3)/reintegrating FARC combatants back into society. (4)/No error(5)

5. The conclusion of the deal marks the (1)/closure of a two-year long process during who(2)/ Gurgaon-based Jasper Infotech had been (3)/trying to monetise its investment in FreeCharge. (4)/No error(5) 

6. A winter-lit room is cramming (1)/with admissions professionals and harried faculty(2)/ members who sit around (3)/a big table covered with files. (4)/No error(5)

7. As a result of excess liquidity pumped by(1)/ the Central Banks, foreign investors are lured(2)/ to Emerging Market Economies along with the prospect (3)/of higher returns, a weak dollar, and low oil prices. (4)/No error(5)

8. Embedded within the abstract (1)/ presence of our consciousness, (2)/the concept functions to stimulate the (3)/ state of our morale the most figuratively. (4)/No error(5)

9. The department ordered(1)/ an accountability court to open (2)/investigations into money-laundering(3)/ allegations against Sharif or his family. (4)/No error(5)

10. When your roommate pulls all-nighters, you’ll(1)/ to glad for the light-blocking Nidra Deep Rest eye(2)/ mask, with deep eye cups that allow your eyes to (3)/flutter during REM and won’t smudge makeup. (4)/No error(5)

Ans 1 – (3) use ‘decade’ instead of ‘decades’

Ans 2 – (5) No error

Ans 3 – (4) – use ‘of’ instead of ‘to’

Ans 4 – (3) use ‘its’ instead of ‘their’

Ans 5 – (2) use ‘which’ instead of ‘who’

Ans 6 – (1) use ‘crammed’ instead of ‘cramming’

Ans 7 – (4) use ‘weaker’ instead of ‘weak’

Ans 8 – (4) remove ‘the’ before ‘most’

Ans 9 – (4) use ‘and’ instead of ‘or’

Ans 10 – (2) use ‘be glad’ instead of ‘to glad’

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