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Directions (1-5): In the following questions, four words are given in bold. One of these words given in bold may be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word that is inappropriate or wrongly spelt, if any. That word is your answer. If all the words given in bold are correctly spelt or appropriate in the context of the sentence, then mark ‘All correct’ as your answer.

  1. The jackal wondered out of the jungle he lived in and reached a deserted battlefield.

(1) wondered                     (2) reached

(3) deserted                       (4) battlefield

(5) All correct

  1. Shaggy, the rude giant, owns a beautiful garden but never allows anyone to play in it.

(1) rude                              (2) giant

(3) beautiful                       (4) allows

(5) All correct

  1. Rohini has to live in a tower and let down her hair whenever the enchantress, who has imprisoned her, wants to climb up.

(1) tower                           (2) enchantress

(3) imprisoned                   (4) climb

(5) All correct

  1. Lucy was surprised to know that her bare could talk and decided to take him on a trip to the market.

(1) surprised                      (2) bare

(3) decided                        (4) trip

(5) All correct

  1. Mandavi was a white flee who lived in the folds of an exquisite white silk sheet that covered the bed of a king.

(1) white                            (2) flee

(3) exquisite                       (4) covered

(5) All correct

  1. Out of the two mules that Roma had, one fall in the well.

(1)Out                                (2) mules

(3) fall                               (4) well

(5) All correct

  1. Snow white is under threat from her evil stepmother who wants to be the fairest in the village.

(1) under                            (2) threat

(3) evil                               (4) fairest

(5) All correct

  1. Nobody realises that over two billion people across the globe now speak this language.

(1) realises                         (2) across

(3) globe                            (4) language

(5) All correct

  1. Tried of seeing the land he lovescluttered with trash, Thurman the turtle decided to take action.

(1) Tried                            (2) cluttered

(3) decided                        (4) action

(5) All correct

  1. During his chase to catch a rabbit, he sprang into a small bush from where he came out not with the rabbit but with a huge Thorne in his palm.

(1) chase                            (2) sprang

(3) throne                           (4) palm

(5) All correct

Directions (11-15): In these questions, sentences with four bold words are given. One from four words given in the bold maybe either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate. If any, that word will be your answer. If all words given in the bold are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence then ‘All Correct’ is your answer.

  1. It is undeniable (1)/ that country has suffer (2)/ from years of economic (3)/sanctions. (4)/All Correct (5)
  2. This was reprihensible (1)/ collective punishment, (2)/ but may have been more political (3)/ than religious.(4)/ All Correct (5)
  3. I looked (l)/behind me, they could (2)/take my picture (3)/ for their flies of enemies (4)/of the state. All Correct (5)
  4. This old man dwells (l)/all alone in a very ancient (2)/house on Water Street (3)/near the sea. (4)/All Correct (5)
  5. Peasants (l)/sneeze(2)/and so do police superintendents, (3)/ and sometimes even privy (4)/ councillors. All Correct (5)

 Directions (16-20): In the following questions, a sentence with four words in bold type is given. One of these words given in bold may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. That word is your answer. If all the words given in bold are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, select ‘All correct’ as your answer

  1. Now one canbye mutual fund, and other financial products such as insurance policies online.

(1) bye                               (2) mutual

(3) products                        (4) insurance

(5) All correct

  1. The economy is on the part to recovery and slowly but surely the banking sector will perform well.

(1) part                               (2) recovery

(3) surely                           (4) perform

(5) All correct

  1. Asset Reconstruction Companies help troubled busyness by providing funds and expertise to manage better.

(1) help                              (2) troubled

(3) busyness                      (4) manage

(5) All correct

  1. The Asian Development Bank has supported the government’s latest efforts to deliver quality health services to all sections of society.

(1) supported                     (2) latest

(3) deliver                          (4) sections

(5) All correct

  1. A case based discussion gives students the chance to diagnose a problem and dibate on solutions to the given situation.

(1) problem                         (2) dibate

(3) solutions                       (4) situation

(5) All correct

  1. The government has permitted foreign direct investment in detail service providersupto a limit of 50 percent.

(1) permitted                      (2) digitail

(3) service                          (4) percent

(5) All correct

  1. A bank gift card is usually a prepaid card which can be used inan ATM to cheque the

balance but one cannot withdraw cash.

(1) usually                         (2) prepaid

(3) cheque                         (4) withdraw

(5) All correct

  1. He first joinned the Board of Directors two years ago and hasexpressed his concerns at various global debates

(1) joinned                         (2) ago

(3) various                         (4) global

(5) All correct

  1. The waste amount of information available today has created a more knowledgeable public.

(1) waste                            (2) amount

(3) information                    (4) public

(5) All correct

  1. Some of the steps taken over the late few months have made the tax return filing process simpler.

(1) steps                             (2) late

(3) filing                             (4) simpler

(5) All correct

  1. The RBI governor is the newly appointed vice Chairman of the Bank for International Settlements and will ocuppy the post for three years.

(1) governor                       (2) newly

(3) appointed                     (4) ocuppy

(5) All correct

  1. In his new book the author argues that firms should generate value for socletie as well as

shareholders.

(1) argues                           (2) generate

(3) value                            (4) societie

(5) All correct

  1. You do not need to be a customer of a specific bank in order to purchase a gift card from that bank.

(1) need                             (2) customer

(3) specific                          (4) purchase

(5) All correct

  1. To deal with the grievances of tax payers the department will set up locale committees in every region.

(1) deal                              (2) locale

(3) committees                   (4) region

(5) All correct

  1. The government has eased foreign direct Investment norms crossed 15 sectors.

(1) eased                            (2) foreign

(3) norms                           (4) crossed

(5) All correct

  1. Career choices are not obvius or simple to make.

(1) Career                          (2) choices

(3) obvius                          (4) make

(5) All correct

  1. The government formally announced the extension of its power subsidy scheme for next finance year.

(1) formally                                   (2) extension

(3) subsidy                                     (4) finance

(5) All correct

  1. It is a common practice nowdays in households for parents to ration out device use for specific timelimits.

(1) nowdays                       (2) households

(3) ration                            (4) specific

(5) All correct

  1. Physical remoteness, high rates of malnutrition and poor living conditions contribute to the vulnerability of people to TB.

(1) remoteness                   (2) malnutrition

(3) contribute                     (4) vulnarability

(5) All correct

  1. He was equally well know for his temper and his generosity.

(1) equally                         (2) know

(3) temper                         (4) generosity

(5) All correct

Directions (36-40): In each of the following questions, a sentence with four words in bold type is given. One of these four words given in bold may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. That word is your answer. If all the words given in bold are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark ‘All correct’ as your answer.

  1. Investors (1)/ have become more confedint (2)/ about economic recovery (3)/ because the government has announced reforms. (4)/ All correct (5)
  2. It is expected (1)/ that RBI will slash (2)/ interest rates (3)/ before the government presence(4)/ the budget. All correct (5)
  3. Though all stories of courage are unique (1)/ and touching, his story especially has left (2)/ a lasting (3)/ impression (4)/ on me. All correct (5)
  4. My experience (1)/ has shown(2)/ that one can achiefe (3)/ whatever we want in life if we are motivated. (4)/ All correct (5)
  5. One of the responsibilities (1)/ of the finance commission is to make recommendations (2)/ on the distribution (3)/ of expenditure between the centre and the state. (4)/ All correct (5)
  6. Solving the energy challange (1)/ requires behaviour (2)/ change and new technological (3)/approaches (4)/ All correct (5).
  7. Political (1)/ decisions (2)/ ought (3)/ to have a rationale. (4)/All correct (5).
  8. The accomodation (1)/ though (2)/ was in a good locality (3)/ the construction (4)/ work was not good. All correct (5).
  9. We also gained (1)/ ample (2)/ expereince (3)/ in the banking sector. (4)/ All correct (5)
  10. I have lived (1)/ happili (2)/ in my village (3)/ for several years now. (4)/ All correct (5).

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