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Directions (1-5): There are some statements in question given below which when connected using the correct sentence structure and sequence forms a complete single sentence without altering the meaning of the sentences given in the question. There are four options given below the question, choose the sentence that forms the correct formation of single sentence which is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful. If none follows, choose (e) as your answer.

Q1. We took into account the 6-18 age group; considered to be the most appropriate; to estimate out-of-school children; the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act; covers only the 6-14 age group.

(a) We took into account the 6-18 age group considering to be the most appropriate for estimating out-of-school children under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act to cover only the 6-14 age group.

(b) The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act considered to be the most appropriate to cover only 6-14 age group for estimating out-of-school children while we took into account the 6-18 age group.

(c) The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act covers only the 6-14 age group to estimate out-of-school children, we took into account the 6-18 age group considering it to be the most appropriate.

(d) We took into account the 6-18 age group, which we consider to be the most appropriate for estimating out-of-school children, even though the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act covers only the 6-14 age group.

(e) None of these

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Q2. The Narendra Modi government; with the GDP growing at 8.2 per cent in the April to June quarter of FY 19; compared to 5.6 per cent in the first quarter of the previous year; got a leg up on the fiscal front.

(a) Compared to 5.6 per cent in the first quarter of the previous year with the GDP growing at 8.2 per cent in the April to June quarter of FY 19 got a leg up on the fiscal front by the Narendra Modi government.

(b) The Narendra Modi government has got a leg up on the fiscal front with the GDP growing at 8.2 per cent in the April to June quarter of FY 19 compared to 5.6 per cent in the first quarter of the previous year.

(c) The Narendra Modi government got a leg up on the fiscal front during comparing to 5.6 per cent in the first quarter of the previous year with the GDP growing at 8.2 per cent in the April to June quarter of FY 19.

(d) The Narendra Modi government, compared to 5.6 per cent in the first quarter of the previous year with the GDP growing at 8.2 per cent in the April to June quarter of FY 19 got a leg up on the fiscal front.

(e) None of these

Q3. The climate is getting warmer; communities need to be prepared for an increase in the severity;  frequency of prolonged heat waves ; causes dry conditions and fire, cyclones, very heavy downpours; in short periods of time leads to flooding; the failure of seasonal rains leads to droughts.

(a) With the climate getting warmer, communities need to be prepared for an increase in the severity and frequency of prolonged heat waves causing dry conditions and fire, cyclones, very heavy downpours in short periods of time leading to flooding, and the failure of seasonal rains leading to droughts.

(b) Since the climate is getting warmer, communities need to be prepared for an increase in the severity due to frequency of prolonged heat waves causing dry conditions and fire, cyclones, very heavy downpours in short periods of time leads to flooding and the failure of seasonal rains leads to droughts.

(c) Having the climate warmer communities need to be prepared for an increase in the severity and frequency of prolonged heat waves causes dry conditions and fire, cyclones, very heavy downpours in short periods of time leads to flooding, and the failure of seasonal rains leading to droughts.

(d) Due to the climate getting warmer, communities need to be prepared for an increase in the severity having frequency of prolonged heat waves causing dry conditions and fire, cyclones, very heavy downpours in short periods of time leading to flooding, and the failure of seasonal rains leading to droughts.

(e) None of these

Q4. Short-term solutions demonstrate; some action is being taken; they also match the political cycle of four to five years; they do not generally take local ecology and the landscape into consideration; they do not address long-term changes taking place as a result of climate change.

(a) The short-term solutions demonstrate that some action is being taken if they also match the political cycle of four to five years then they do not generally take local ecology and the landscape into consideration and they do not address long-term changes taking place as a result of climate change.

(b) Some action is being taken on the short-term solutions that demonstrate the political cycle of four to five years, but they do not generally take local ecology and the landscape into consideration and do not address long-term changes taking place as a result of climate change.

(c) Short-term solutions demonstrate that some action is being taken, and they also match the political cycle of four to five years, but they do not generally take local ecology and the landscape into consideration and do not address long-term changes taking place as a result of climate change.

(d) While the short-term solutions demonstrate that some action is being taken, and they also match the political cycle of four to five years, but they do not generally take local ecology and the landscape into consideration and do not address long-term changes taking place as a result of climate change.

(e) None of these

Q5. A just code; universal principles of equality, non-discrimination; avoidance of taboos and social assumptions are applicable; in equal measure within every community’s set of laws.

(a) A just code is one in which universal principles of equality, non-discrimination and avoidance of taboos and social assumptions are applicable in equal measure within every community’s set of laws.(b) A just code had universal principles of equality, non-discrimination and avoidance of taboos and social assumptions are applicable in equal measure within every community’s set of laws.

(c) A universal principles of equality, non-discrimination in a just code of avoidance of taboos and social assumptions are applicable in equal measure within every community’s set of laws.

(d) A universal principles of equality, non-discrimination and avoidance of taboos and social assumptions are applicable in equal measure within every community’s set of laws to a just code.

(e) None of these

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Directions (6-10): In the following passage, certain parts of the paragraph are highlighted which suggest that the given expression may be grammatically incorrect. Choose the most appropriate expression among the four options given against each number which makes the sentence grammatically correct and contextually meaningful. If the given expression does not require any correction, choose option (e) i.e., “No correction required” as your answer.

(6) For roads, bridges, and houses, there was another set of ‘assets’ that the Kerala floods swept away: toys in the State’s anganwadis. But toys, however, are not part of the materials being distributed in official rehabilitation efforts. So, a group of officers from-at Mumbai’s Mazagon Dock, a public-sector shipyard, (7) had collected toys for the flood-hit anganwadis.

Thanks to their goodwill, at least 100 anganwadis in Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta districts, which had lost their play equipment to the floods, (8) was set to receive fresh sets of toys and games. “We are trying (9) For putting the smile back on the faces of at least a few children,” said Ramesh Babu, a former Navy Captain who is a general manager at the shipyard.

(10) As soon as the floodwaters receded, Mr. Babu, a native of Thiruvalla, along with a team of seven executives, began the cleaning of public premises, schools, anganwadis and public health centres with the support of the National Service Scheme volunteers from Mar Thoma College and cadets of the 15 Kerala NCC Battalion.

Q6. (a) To roads, bridges, and houses

(b) With roads, bridges, and houses

(c) Before roads, bridges, and houses

(d) Along with roads, bridges, and houses

(e) No correction required

Q7. (a) has been collecting toys for the flood-hit anganwadis

(b) will collect toys for the flood-hit anganwadis

(c) has been collecting toys on the flood-hit anganwadis

(d) will be collecting toys on the flood-hit anganwadis

(e) No correction required

Q8. (a) is set to receiving fresh sets of toys and games

(b) are set to receive fresh sets of toys and games

(c) are set on receiving fresh sets of toys and games

(d) are set to receiving fresh sets of toys and fames

(e) No correction required

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Q9. (a) on putting the smile back on the faces

(b) to putting the smile back on the faces

(c) to put the smile back on the faces

(d) to putting the smile back across the faces

(e) No correction required

Q10. (a) As soon as the floodwaters recedes, Mr. Babu, a native of Thiruvalla, along with a team of seven executives

(b) With the floodwater recedes, Mr. Babu, a native of Thiruvalla, with a team of seven executives

(c) On the receding of the floodwaters, Mr. Babu, a native of Thiruvalla, for a team of seven executives

(d) For the receding of the floodwaters, Mr. Babu, a native of Thiruvalla, on a team of seven executives

(e) No correction required

Directions (11-15): In the following questions a sentence is given, some parts of the sentence are given in bold which may have grammatical or spelling error or they may be contextually incorrect. Two columns (A) and (B) are given, column (A) consists of bold parts of the sentence and column (B) consists of the appropriate replacement for the bold parts. Match the correct replacements. If the sentence is correct mark no error as your answer.

Q11. The courts’ order banning construction in states and Union territories that have failed to inform the Supreme Court of their respective policies to manage solid waste disposal is a lot worst than the headmaster’s cavalier order.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
(A)The courts’ order banning (I) The court’s order banning
(B) that have failed to inform (II) those have failed to inform
(C) of their respective policies (III) of their respectively policies
(D) is a lot worst than (IV) is a lot worse than

(a) D-IV and B-II

(b) B-II and C-III

(c) A-I and D-IV

(d) None of the given options are correct

(e) no error

Q12. A coalition of companies are coming together to set off air mobility services that could ideally change the urban landscape and essentially what we mean by the term ‘city’ itself. Uber, which is bringing this coalition of aircraft manufacturers, battery companies, realty firms and governments, calls it the most radical effort ever to transform urban transportation.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
(A) A coalition of companies are (I) A coalition of companies is
(B) to set off air mobility services (II) to set up air mobility services
(C) which is bringing this coalition (III) which is to bring these coalition
(D) the most radical effort ever (IV) more than radical effort ever

(a) A-I and B-II

(b) D-IV and C-III

(c) D-IV and B-II and C-III

(d) None of the given options are correct

(e) no error

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Q13. The Kerala floods has been attributed to mismanagement of reservoirs, construction at sites that are of-limits, changes in land use patterns, destruction of forests and very heavy rain over weeks. Recently, other parts of the world too experienced extreme events. Sweden and Norway had large number of wildfire that broke out with heat waves this summer.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
(A) has been attributed to (I) have been attributed to
(B) construction at sites that are of-limits (II) construction at sites that are off-limits
(C) the world too experienced extreme events (III) the world to experienced extreme events
(D) had large number of wildfire (IV) had a large number of wildfires

(a) A-I and B-II

(b) D-IV and C-III

(c) D-IV and B-II and A-I

(d) None of the given options are correct

(e) no error

Q14. The Law Commission’s consultation paper on reform of family laws is a progressive document that avoids the advocacy of a uniformly civil code merely for the sake of uniformity. Instead, it adopts an approach that would facilitate movement towards establishing a body of civil law that promotes equality to the law governing each community.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
(A) The Law Commission’s consultation paper (I) The Law Commission consultation paper
(B) the advocacy of a uniformly civil code (II) the advocacy of a uniform civil code
(C) that would facilitate movement (III) than would facilitate movement
(D) that promotes equality to the law (IV) that promotes equality within the law

(a) A-I and C-III

(b) D-IV and C-III

(c) D-IV and B-II and A-I

(d) None of the given options are correct

(e) no error

Q15. While there are disruptions to crude supply from Iran and Venezuela, there is widespread concern that the global oil market will get squeezed over the next few months as US sanctions restrict crude exports from Iran.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
(A) While there are disruptions (I) Moreover, there are disruptions
(B) there is widespread concern (II) there is widespread concernN
(C) will get squeezed over (III) will get squeezed into
(D) restrict crude exports from Iran (IV) restrict crude exports with Iran

(a) A-I and B-II

(b) D-IV and C-III

(c) D-IV and B-II and A-I

(d) None of the given options are correct

(e) no error

Solutions

S1. Ans. (d)

Sol. Among the given options, sentences (b) and (c) are grammatically and contextually incorrect. Sentence (a) is contextually different and structurally incorrect. It is not inferring the same meaning as per the demand of the question. Hence only option (d) forms the correct sentence which follows the sentences given in the question both grammatically and contextually.

S2. Ans. (b)

Sol. Among the given options, sentences (a) and (c) are grammatically and contextually incorrect. Sentence (d) is contextually different and structurally incorrect. It is not inferring the same meaning as per the demand of the question. Hence only option (b) forms the correct sentence which follows the sentences given in the question both grammatically and contextually.

S3. Ans. (a)

Sol. Among the given options, sentences (b) and (c) are grammatically and contextually incorrect. Sentence (d) is contextually different and structurally incorrect. It is not inferring the same meaning as per the demand of the question. Hence only option (a) forms the correct sentence which follows the sentences given in the question both grammatically and contextually.

S4. Ans. (c)

Sol. Among the given options, sentences (a) and (d) are grammatically and contextually incorrect. Sentence (b) is contextually different and structurally incorrect. It is not inferring the same meaning as per the demand of the question. Hence only option (c) forms the correct sentence which follows the sentences given in the question both grammatically and contextually.

S5. Ans. (a)

Sol. Among the given options, sentences (b) and (c) are grammatically and contextually incorrect. Sentence (d) is contextually different and structurally incorrect. It is not inferring the same meaning as per the demand of the question. Hence only option (a) forms the correct sentence which follows the sentences given in the question both grammatically and contextually.

S6. Ans. (d)

Sol. The use of the preposition ‘for’ is incorrect in the context of the sentence. The correct preposition to be used is ‘along with’.

Hence, the correct answer is option (d).

S7. Ans. (a)

Sol. The tense of the preceding sentence suggests that the tense of the sentence containing (107) would be present, present perfect continuous. Among the options, option (a) correctly satisfies the grammatical and contextual requirement of the sentence and would be the correct answer.

S8. Ans. (b)

Sol. The tense of the preceding sentence in the preceding paragraph suggests that the tense of the sentence would be present tense. The subject of the subject ‘at least 100 anganwadis in Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta districts’ is plural. Among the options, option (b) correctly satisfies the grammatical and contextual requirement of the sentence. Hence, the correct answer is option (b).

S9. Ans. (c)

Sol. The phrase ‘for putting the smile back on the faces of at least a few children’ is adding information to the verb ‘trying’. The use of the prepositional phrase ‘for putting’ is wrong. To-infinitive would be used in place of the prepositional phrase. Among the options, options (a), (b) and (d) are prepositional-phrase and hence, incorrect. But option (c) would make a grammatically correct and contextually meaningful sentence. Hence, option (c) is the correct answer.

S10. Ans. (e)

Sol. The given sentence is grammatically and contextually correct. The correct sentence is option (e).

S11. Ans. (c)

Sol. The sentence can be corrected by replacing phrases (A) and (D) by phrases (I) and (IV) respectively. Phrase (A) creates a grammatical error in the sentence, as an apostrophe + S (‘s) must be used to show that one person/thing owns or is a member of something. However, an apostrophe after the “s” to show possession of a plural noun. Therefore, “courts’” should be corrected as “court’s”. Moreover, phrase (D) should be replaced phrase (IV) as phrase (D) in the context of the sentence should be used in comparative degree to apprehend the grammatical syntax of the sentence. All the other highlighted phrases are correct. Hence, option (c) is the most suitable answer choice.

S12. Ans. (a)

Sol. The sentence can be corrected by replacing the phrases (A) and (B) by (I) and (II) respectively. It is to be noted that the phrase “a coalition of companies” means a collective group of companies as a single unit, therefore the verb associated to it should be singular as well. Moreover, in phrase (B) there is an error of phrasal verb. It is to be noted that “set off” means to start a journey while, “set up” means to commence a business. Thus, “set off” should be replaced by “set up” to frame a contextually meaningful sentence. Hence, option (a) is the most suitable answer choice.

S13. Ans. (c)

Sol. The sentence can be corrected replacing the phrase (A), (B) and (D) by (I), (II) and (IV) respectively. It is to be noted that since the plural form “floods” has been used the verb associated to it should be plural as well, therefore, “has” should be replaced by “have” on phrase (A). Next, in phrase (B) instead of “of-limits”, “off-limits” must be used as it means out of bounds. Moreover, in phrase (D) the phrase “a large number” takes plural noun with it. All the other highlighted phrases are correct. Hence, option (c) is the most suitable answer choice.

S14. Ans. (d)

Sol. The sentence can be corrected by replacing the phrases (A) and (B) by phrases (I) and (II). Since all the given combinations are incorrect, option (d) becomes the most viable answer choice.

S15. Ans. (e)

Sol. The given sentence along with the highlighted parts is grammatically correct and contextually meaningful and do not require any replacements and corrections. Therefore, the most suitable answer choice is option (e).

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