English Quiz 13th May-English Quiz for RBI Assistant Mains 2020

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Directions (1-5): Each of the following questions has a paragraph from which one sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

Q1. Hyundai believes that ______________________________. But for some people, even this most basic concept is compromised because their physical movement is hampered through injury, accident or disability. Hyundai wants to give these people the freedom to move and accomplish their aspirations and dreams. Driven by a desire to make mobility accessible to everyone, Hyundai is developing wearable H-MEX exoskeletons.

(a) it caused a legal and political crisis.
(b) the global supply chain for goods is in a state of flux, and this is the time for India to take advantage of it.
(c) everyone should have “freedom of mobility”.
(d) decision would lead to a quantum jump in investments and employment generation.
(e) None of these.

Q2. Climate change is, though, a dire threat to countless people _______________________________. It will displace tens of millions, at the very least; it will disrupt farms on which billions rely; it will dry up wells and water mains; it will flood low-lying places—and, as time goes by, higher-standing ones, too. True, it will also provide some opportunities, at least in the near term. But the longer humanity takes to curb emissions, the greater the dangers and sparser the benefits—and the larger the risk of some truly catastrophic surprises.

(a) one that is planetary in scope if not in its absolute stakes
(b) when the media persons questioned the status of the political alliance with the Shiv Sena
(c) Asia’s rising economic power is remaking the world.
(d) climate models have done a pretty good job of predicting what has happened so far.
(e) None of these.

Q3. Donald Trump named Robert O’Brien as his fourth national security adviser, _______________________________________, working to free American captives in countries such as North Korea and Yemen. He is the author of “While America Slept: Restoring American Leadership to a World in Crisis”. Mr Trump said that his administration would abrogate California’s laws on car emissions, which set higher standards than federal rules.

(a) a Spanish court released from prison Hugo Carvajal, a former chief of Venezuela’s military intelligence service
(b) The United Automobile Workers union held its first strike at General Motors since 2007.
(c) WeWork postponed its IPO amid tepid interest from investors and a drop in its expected stockmarket value.
(d) replacing John Bolton. Mr O’Brien is the State Department’s hostage negotiator,
(e) None of these.

Q4. The merger move demonstrates once again the lackadaisical approach of policy planners in implementing sensible banking reforms in Public Sector Banks (PSBs), first mooted by the Narasimham Committee more than a quarter-century ago. While the committee had cautioned against merging weak banks, the government has ended doing precisely that. __________________________________________ and calibrated exercise resulting in a smaller number of well-capitalised and professionally managed PSBs with a sound governance structure.

(a) a staggering creation of wealth
(b) The consolidation should have been a gradual
(c) The cumulative change jumps out.
(d) But the longer humanity takes to curb emissions
(e) None of these.

Q5. In fact, democracy is the only form of government where rules of scholarly and political debate are supposed to coincide, both among citizens and between governments and citizens. __________________________________________________. There is no anger or sense of humiliation if and when one is shown to be in error. Public arguments are meant to compel citizens to openly acknowledge when proven wrong and force governments to admit their mistakes and change policies. But is any of this possible without proper listening? It is said that it is the privilege of powerful people to speak and the lot of the powerless to listen. The beauty of democracy is that it obliges the powerful to listen.

(a) When scholars talk a matter over with each other, there is a winding-up, an unravelling.
(b) Internet access and digital literacy have implications beyond access to government services.
(c) Inequality is a concept that underpins most interventions focussed on social justice and development.
(d) Debates are meant to be conducted fearlessly and in the ensuing discussion, mistakes are acknowledged and opinions changed.
(e) None of these.

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