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Wednesday, 27 September 2017

SSC Quiz | English Language | 27 - 09 - 17

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REARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES

1.1- The massive pollution cloud enveloping northern India every year

S-Is a good example of the disconnect between

Q-Official policy and ground realities.

P-It has been known for long that burning of agricultural waste in the northern States significantly contributes

R-To the poor air quality in large parts of the Indo-Gangetic Basin,


6- With local and cascading impacts felt from Punjab all the way to West Bengal.

(A) PQRS

(B) SQPR

(C) QRPS

(D) RPQS

2. 1- Tamil Nadu should show greater

Q-Understanding of the plight

S-Of the Sri Lankan Tamil fishermen,

P-Who are economically weaker and

R-Yet to fully recover from a devastating war,

6- And agree to a more reasonable phase-out period.

(A) PSRQ

(B) QSPR

(C) QPSR

(D) RPQS

3. 1- The last major mass extinction event took place

Q-Around 66 million years ago, when a massive asteroid is thought to

P-Have hit the Earth, an impact of as much energy as millions

S-Of nuclear weapons detonating simultaneously.

R-Poor dinosaurs, they copped it then.

6- But so did three-quarters of the rest of the plant and animal species.

(A) SPQR

(B) PQRS

(C) QSRP

(D) QPSR

4. 1- Every measure to curb the release of pollutants

R-Is important since the weather pattern

Q-In the post-monsoon months causes smog to persist.

P-The capital experiences the inversion

S-Effect of air pressure retarding

6- The dispersal of the foul cloud.

(A) RQPS

(B) PQRS

(C) RQSP

(D) PSRQ

5- 1. How long does an average human live?

Q-In 1900 the average life expectancy of humans across the world was 31 years, and today it is about 68.

P-This improvement is largely due to the fact that death-causing infection can now be won over by medicines that did not exist back then.

S-Proper nutrition, exercise and “good habits” are known to do so. Ayurveda,

R-Yoga, natural medicines and tonics are some of the “classical” methods in this context.

6- The more we learn about each of these, the more we understand the basis behind how they help (or hinder) the body in keeping fit.

(A) SPQR

(B) SPRQ

(C) QPSR

(D) PSRQ

6.1- Mumbai-based researchers have identified two microRNA biomarkers present in serum samples
Q-That could potentially be used for TB diagnosis and TB disease prognosis.
S-It could be used both for drug-sensitive pulmonary TB and multi-drug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) patients.
P-The results were published in the journal Tuberculosis.
R-The use of these biomarkers may expedite the diagnosis of MDR-TB.
6- In India, generally patients are first started on drug-sensitive TB drugs.
(A) PSRQ
(B) QSPR
(C) QSRP
(D) QPSR 
7. 1- Mridula Srinivasan is a marine biologist, presently, she is chief of

Q-Protected Species Science Branch at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, USA.

P-At NOAA, she advocates for and provides scientific advice on issues related to

S-Protected species such as dolphins, whales, corals, sea turtles and sea birds.

R-In this interview, she speaks of the importance of the scientific approach in

6- Conserving marine mammals such as dolphins and how it may be implemented in India.

(A) PSRQ

(B) RSQP

(C) QRSP

(D) QPSR

8. 1- This is the new thinking that the state government is now promoting among farmers across

R-The State, training them in as many as 150 villages under the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programme originally conceived by Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

S-The logic is simple: pests feeds only on plants,

Q-Whereas the beneficial insects -- such as the spider, ground beetle, wasp,

P-Assassin bug and damsel bug -- destroy the pests.

6- By using pesticides, you only end up killing the enemies of the pest.

(A) RSQP

(B) PSRQ

(C) QPSR

(D) QSPR

09-1. Transplantations of cells, tissues or even a whole organ

R-Have now becomes standard methods of repairing body parts.

P-Advances in cell biology today have made researchers attempt to

S-Build such body parts - cells, tissues, and organs.

Q-Cells of various types can be, and are now being, made in the lab using stem cell-based methods, though not tissues yet.

6- But in the not-too-far future, tissues and simple organs are on the cards.

(A) QPSR

(B) PSRQ

(C) RPSQ

(D) SRPQ

10- 1.Increased movement of people and traffic

S-In Srinagar and other main towns of Kashmir

R-Hinted at return of normalcy in the Valley

P-Where separatists have called for a meeting

Q-Of all stakeholders to chalk out the future course of

6- Action with regard to the current unrest.

(A) QPSR

(B) QRSP

(C) SRPQ

(D) SQPR

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