Directions (next 5 questions): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) That too along with recovery and inter-operable storage management set-ups.
(B) It really depends on the nature of the business.
(C) What will determine if spending on technology is an inextricable part of the investment strategy?
(D) And such would be financial, banking and telecommunications sectors.
(E) Also, in the wake of WTC disaster, they have become more aware of the need for seamless data.
(F) Businesses that rely heavily on technology would be more receptive to allocate technology budgets.
Question: After rearrangement, which of the following sentences will come ‘SIXTH’?
Question: After rearrangement, which of the following sentences will come ‘SECOND’?
Question: After rearrangement, which of the following sentences will come ‘FOURTH’?
Question: After rearrangement, which of the following sentences will come ‘THIRD’?
Question: After rearrangement, which of the following sentences will come ‘FIFTH’?
Directions (next 2 questions): Choose the word that is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in bold.
(c) Foreign intervention
Direction (next 8 questions): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical 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 (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
Question: (a) Sadly, this year / (b) the monsoon has / (c) failed, causing a famine when the state / (d) is still reeling from the economic crunch. / (e) No error
Question: (a) Whether the fundamentalists like it or not, / (b) the demand of human rights groups / (c) to put an end to discriminations / (d) against women is becoming even more shrill. / (e)No error
Question: (a) The driver had / (b) sounded the / (c) horn thrice / (d) before she came./(e)No error
Question: (a) The course of events / (b) took a turn for the worst / (c) when the policy to be implemented / (d) was negated by the House. / (e) No error
Question: (a) We lost twenty precious minutes / (b) having to change a tyre, / (c) otherwise we would have made it / (d) well on time. / (e) No error
Question: (a) He is / (b) a better / (c) statesman than / (d) politician. / (e) No Error
Question: (a) Though I had set out / (b) to buy a new car / (c) I did not as I was interested in a red one / (d) but they had only blue. / (e) No error
Question: (a) When we reached / (b) the station, the / (c) train arrived / (d) before time. / (e) No error
Directions (next 2 questions): Select the word which is most nearly the OPPOSITE in meaning of the word as used in the passage.
Directions (next 6 questions): Fill up the blanks with the most suitable word or pair of words from the options given to make a meaningful sentence.
Question: When I am autocratic, I am… in the extreme. My direct method is to… power and control.
(a) technical, explore
(b) objective, develop
(c) dominant, impose
(d) possessive, reject
Question: I am not a___ who easily___ under pressure conditions.
(a) being, looks
(b) pessimist, shatters
(c) manager, getting
(d) force, stimulate
Question: Books___ the dark clouds of gloom and___ our happiness.
(a) disappear, multiply
(b) fight, make
(c) dispel, increase
(d) hit, instill
Question: Coercion sometimes leads to the___ but its drawbacks ____ its advantages.
(a) appreciation, magnify
(b) accomplishment, crumble
(c) route, cost
(d) destination, limit
Question: Professionals focus their____ on fulfilling their responsibilities and achieving results, not on_____ particular image.
(a) planning, devilsing
(b) leadership, attributing
(c) abilities, contributing
(d) skills, obtaining
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Question: Building castles in the air means ______ in daydreams.
Question: A sound _____ is the most ____ treasure man can cherish.
(a) habit, healthy
(b) health, appropriate
(c) body, perishable
(d) action, important
Start hereDirections (next 5 questions): Read the following sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The number of that sentence is the answer.
Question: (a) It is not easy to vanquish one’s rival.
(b) This is the same book that I wanted.
(c) Rice is the stapled diet in most of the Asian countries.
(d) The star turnout is going to overwhelm you.
Question: (a) The criminal was fortunately put behind the bars.
(b) His plan was rather nebulous.
(c) It was she, he knew.
(d) He was once a professor here.
Question: (a) This house has a kitchen and two bedrooms.
(b) He not only found a shelter but also a warm welcome.
(c) Neither of these chairs is good.
(d) There are trees on either side of the road.
Question: (a) The child was advised to take bed rest.
(b) Who has been lying in my bed?
(c) The post was delivered as quick as possible.
(d) She got through the class with the minimum marks.
Question: (a) Have you found your watch?
(b) Effectual measures need to be taken.
(c) Leave aside money, I don’t even have some food to give you.
(d) The curd tasted sour.
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