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Directions (1-5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic 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.)

1.India‟s additional scrutiny of imports (A)/from China has disrupted operations (B)/ at plants owns by (C)/Apple supplier Foxconn in India. (D)/ No Error (E)
A. A B. B
C. C D. D
E. No Error

2.India‟s gold imports plunged 86% year-on-year (A)/in June due to record high prices, (B) /international air travel being banned and (C)/many jewellery shops remained shut. (D)/ No Error (E)
A. A B. B
C. C D. D
E. No Error

3.The Agency has urged the Centre(A)/ to develop Udyog Setu, a mobile application, similar (B)/to the Aarogya Setu to bailed out the (C)/micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) (D)/ No Error (E)
A. A B. B
C. C D. D
E. No Error

4.Edelweiss General Insurance (EGI) has joined hands with(A)/web aggregator Policy Bazaar to offer its on-demands (B)/multi vehicle floater policy where the insurance (C)/is calculated on the age and experience of the driver (D)/ No Error (E)
A. A B. B
C. C D. D
E. No Error

5.Karnataka State IT/ITeS Employees Union (KITU) said it had been initiated (A)/ legal action after receiving complaints from (B)/dozens of technology workers who had lost their jobs (C)/ or were faced with the prospect of layoffs at Cognizant. (D)/ No Error (E)
A. A B. B
C. C D. D
E. No Error

Directions (6-10): In the following question, four sentences are given which may or may not be grammatically and contextually correct. You need to find the one which does not have any error and mark that as your answer. If none of the given sentences is correct then mark option E. i.e. „none of these‟ as your answer.

6.(i) The government led by the Telangana Rashtra Samiti has been unwilling to take after the burden.
(ii) The IMF on Tuesday followed the World Bank in reducing its forecast for India‟s economic growth in the current financial year.
(iii) Crucially, the bank and the fund have flagging one area of structural weakness that could undermine any recovery if left unaddressed.
(iv) India has been aggressively expanded its power generation capacity.A. Only (i) B. Only (ii)
C. Only (iii) D. Only (iv)
E. None of these

7.(i) The word lynching in fact originated in the United States in the mid-18th century.
(ii) The TRS government has resorted to “dismissing” nearly the entire units of TSRTC workers.
(iii) The importance of a accurate diagnosis cannot be overemphasised.
(iv) Policy interventions to address the malady must be targeted appropriately to ensured enduring outcomes.
A. Only (i) B. Only (ii)
C. Only (iii) D. Only (iv)
E. None of these

8.(i) Everyone agrees that becalmed domestic consumption demand is the biggest dragged on momentum.
(ii) India aims to have a renewables capacities of 175 GW by 2022 and 500 GW by 2030.
(iii) Today, thermal generation capacity accounts for about two-thirds the install generation capacity in the country.
(iv) Infrastructure projects have an inverse relationship between size and unit cost, indicating economies of scale.
A. Only (i) B. Only (ii)
C. Only (iii) D. Only (iv)
E. None of these

9.(i) China added generation capacity that was equal to a third of India‟s total installed capacity in 2018.
(ii) Declining marginal cost for capacity provides opportunities for replace existing capacity with newer capacity that are more efficient.
(iii) Although the word lynching is of foreign origin, this does not mean that mob killings are alien to India.
(iv) Jhajjar, Khairlanji and Una are just three recent site of ghastly lynching of Dalits.
A. Only (i) B. Only (ii)
C. Only (iii) D. Only (iv)
E. None of these

10.(i) These gestures have only intensifying the struggle even as public transport in Hyderabad and other urban areas has been thrown into disarray.
(ii) In public interest, the government should brought the striking unions back to the negotiating table.
(iii) In the case of a Chinese GDP shock, the onset of the impact on India would likely be delayed but substantially more pronounced.
(iv) The economies of scale in power generation appearing to have been dramatic.
A. Only (i) B. Only (ii)
C. Only (iii) D. Only (iv)
E. None of these

Directions (11-15): Some statements are given below in jumbled fashion. Arrange the parts of the statement. Also, one of the parts may or may not contain grammatical error after the arrangement. Based on these five statements, answer the questions following the statements.
[I] governments “on notice,” promising to direct the intelligent (A)/ community to probe foreign election interference (B)/ Biden announced he is putting the foreign (C)/and put ample resources into quashing such efforts (D)
[II] is supported by stimulus measures (A)/ comfortable for the idea that (B)/ the current economic weakness (C)/ stock investors are feeling (D)
[III] a global network will be costly (A)/ co-working firms can serve local companies (B)/ to build out, but smaller(C)/by providing more flexibility (D)
[IV] schedule for the payment of (A)/telecom dues by 15 entity (B)/ The Supreme Court on Monday agreed (C)/ to consider a staggered (D)
[V] the first day of the lockdown (A)/ Father Aymanathil had been arranging (B)/ and their families from (C)/ ration and meal for the children (D)

11.Identify the correct rearrangement of the phrases given in statement [I].Also identify the phrase which contains grammatical error.
A. ACBD; B B. CABD; D
C. BCDA; B D. CABD; A
E. BCDA; No error

12.Identify the correct rearrangement of the phrases given in statement [II].Also identify the phrase which contains grammatical error.
A. CABD; D B. CABD; C
C. DBCA; B D. BDCA; C
E. BDCA; NO ERROR

13.Identify the correct rearrangement of the phrases given in statement [III].Also identify the phrase which contains grammatical error.
A. ACBD C B. CDAB; B
C. ACBD; A D. DBAC; D
E. None of these

14. Identify the correct rearrangement of the phrases given in statement [IV].Also identify the phrase which contains grammatical error.
A. ACBD; C B. CDAB; B
C. ACBD; A D. DBAC; D
E. None of these

15.Identify the correct rearrangement of the phrases given in statement [V].Also identify the phrase which contains grammatical error.
A. CABD; D B. CABD; C
C. DBCA; B D. BDCA; C
E. BDCA; NO ERROR

Direction (16-20): A sentence is divided into three parts I, II and III is given. Determine the part(s) which requires correction and mark it as your answer.
16.Finance companies said that the measures still do not address (I)/ the key problem of getting banks to lends to borrowers who are (II)/not top-rated, pointing to the huge amount parked with RBI as an example of the risk aversion of banks. (III)
A. Only III B. Both I and II
C. Only II D. Only III
E. Both I and III

17.Upon being a corona hotspot almost a month ago, Bhilwara in Rajasthan (I)/ is now in the verge of turning Covid-19-free. (II)/ On Friday, the tests of the district‟s last two patients turned up negative. (III)
A. Only I B. Both I and III
C. Both I and II D. Only III
E. Only II

18.The eyes and faces all turned themselves (I)/onto me, and guiding myself by them, (II)/as by a magical thread, I stepped into the room. (III)
A. Only II B. Both I and III
C. Only I D. Both II and I
E. Only III

19.The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, (I)/ and from pig to man again; but (II)/ already it was impossible to say what was which. (III)
A. Only I B. Only III
C. Both I and II D. Both I and III
E. Only II

20.The state housing department on Friday issued a circular (I)/ enquiring landlord and home owners to postpone (II)/collecting rents from tenants for at least three months due to the lockdown. (III)
A. Only I B. Both I and II
C. Only II D. Only III
E. Both II and I

Direction (21-25): From the options given below, select the option which states the correct combination of incorrect/correct sentences.
21. a. A feline that roams New Zealand‟s capital city and is welcomed into tattoo parlours, hairdressers and office towers has became a social media star, with 30,000 followers who track his every movement online.
b. After repeated encounters with Mittens, an SPCA employee started a Facebook page to reassure locals that the cat wasn‟t lost and didn‟t need to be rescue – he was just adventurous.
c. The page, The Wondrous Adventures of Mittens, also lists a series of rules for interacting with him, including “do not tell Mittens to go home”, “no speculating or asking where Mittens is”, and “no discussing Mittens being picked up”.
d. Owner Silvio Bruinsma says Mittens had similar venturesome habits when they lived together in Auckland but Wellington‟s compact inner city has now made him much easier to track.

A. both a and d are correct
B. both a and c are incorrect
C. all sentences are correct
D. both b and d are incorrect
E. both a and b are incorrect

22. a. In response, the group issued a statement saying it would be “moving forward without Flavor Flav” and thanked him for his years of service.
b. In the interview, Flav said the dispute had nothing to do with Sanders, but with Chuck D for including him in plans for a performance he hadn‟t agreed to.
c. Chuck D said on Twitter that Flav‟s decision to miss the performance came down to money.
d. Tensions between the two rappers date back years; Flav once sued Chuck D and the group‟s management company over unpaid earnings.

A. both a and d are correct
B. both a and c are incorrect
C. all sentences are correct
D. both b and d are incorrect
E. both a and b are incorrect

23. a. We are now facing the global spread of COVID-19, the new coronavirus disease, with confirmed cases being identified in new countries on an almost daily basis.
b. As of March 2, 2020, according to the World Health Organization, there are around 89,000 confirmed cases from 65 countries; 27 countries has reported local transmission.
c. It‟s not so much a question of if this will happen anymore, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how much people in this country will have severe illness.
d. In India, we should anticipate the possibility of a rapid viral spread due to its uniqueness of being a respiratory pathogen with capability of community transmission.

A. both a and d are correct
B. both a and c are incorrect
C. all sentences are correct
D. both b and d are incorrect
E. both a and b are incorrect

24. a. This is inappropriate because when the court is empowered to pass orders to create extra seats every year for forward-caste students who claims to be affected by reservation, why cannot it direct the state to provide reservation in promotions?
b. The next question is about the necessity of quantifiable data to show an inadequate representation of reserved category people.
c. The Supreme Court has extraordinary powers under Article 142, which empower the Court to pass any order necessary for doing “complete justice in any cause or matter pending before it”.
d. Nothing in this article shall prevent the State from making any provision for the reservation of appointments or posts in favour of any backward class of citizens which, in the opinion of the State, is not adequately represented in the services under the State.

A. both a and d are correct
B. both a and c are incorrect
C. all sentences are correct
D. both b and d are incorrect
E. both a and b are incorrect

25. a. Seen widely in our world and amplified in the electronic media, however, is the collapse of reason.
b. India puts in place reactive policies every time a new case of violent comes to the fore.
c. The country‟s domestic violence policies have ranged from declaring certain offences against women as criminal offences, to setting up all-women police stations, to capital punishment for fatal rape cases.
d. These policies have ignored the affect of trauma on children and the concept of intergenerational transmission of violence.

A. both a and d are correct
B. both a and c are incorrect
C. all sentences are correct
D. both b and d are incorrect
E. both a and b are incorrect

Directions (26-30):Given below are three sentences I, II, III. Each sentence is divided into five parts (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e), where part (e) is no error. Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. You are given five options suggesting which part of each of the sentences together can have a grammatical error. Identify the correct option.

26.I. (a) The Scottish Greens, who obtained the figures/ (b) urged Transport Secretary Michael Matheson /(c) to order an urgent review of /(d) the state of the CalMac fleet /(e).
II. (a) For out of 100 years, the Katrine Aqueduct has brought/(b) water from Loch Katrine to water /(c) treatment works which now supply 1.3 million people across /(d)much of the Greater Glasgow area and beyond /(e).
III. (a) Boris Johnson is also under fire for not convening /(b) a Cobra emergency meetings by the latest chaos /(c) caused by Storm Dennis with thousands /(d) of homes damaged and property destroyed /(e).

A. adc B. bad
C. eab D. aec
E. ccd

27.I. (a) A 125-page paper by Anthony Salamone managing
/(b) director of the Scottish political analysis firm /(c) European Merchants argues the Scottish Government should
/(d) adopt a target of four years to re-join the bloc /(e).
II. (a) Shocked local Iain Mcgeough, 34 /(b) sharing by picture of the moment online – which shows a /(c) woman completely covered by a dog mask/(d) which is being pulled along by a leash /(e).
III. (a) They warned hundreds of jobs risk being lost /(b) at individual councils with many authorities /(c) facing tough decisions over cuts /(d) closures and reduced services /(e).

A. bbd B. dce
C. ebe D. adb
E. cdb

28.I. (a) David McDonald and council leader Susan Aitken were /(b) exonerate with the Standards Commissioner of intervening in a /(c) decision to refuse the club permission to create a fan entertainment area on /(d) Glasgow Life pitches near their home stadium /(e).
II. (a) James Ker-Lindsay a professor of visiting at the London
/(b) School of Economics, said Scotland could /(c) overtake the other countries in short /(d) order and join the EU relatively quickly /(e).
III. (a) Mr Robertson that he will be seeking the SNP‟s /(b) nomination to stand in Edinburgh Central /(c) at the 2021 election to try to overturns with the Tories‟ /(d) 610-vote majority when Ms Davidson stands down /(e).

A. adc B. bac
C. eab D. aec
E. ccd

29.I. (a) Nadar, which means nature in Scottish Gaelic is made from peas /(b) rather than wheat and experts from Abertay University Dundee /(c) say each liter drunk has the potential to cut /(d)the world‟s COs emissions by 2.2 kilograms /(e).
II. (a) The fresh and fruity tipple has a negative carbon footprint because peas, as every gardener knows fix nitrogen
/(b) from the air rather than requiring it to be applied as fertilizer /(c) and because the waste-products of making pea gin are /(d) so rich in protein they can be used as highly- nutritious animal feed /(e).
III. (a) This extends from most Labor Party members who took to social /(b) media to condemn Laura Kuenssberg for being a /(c) Tory spokesperson to the Daily Telegraph which believes the /(d) BBC is owned by Gina Miller and the People‟s Vote campaign /(e).

A. adc B. bbb
C. eab D. ccc
E. eee

30.I. (a) Earlier in the evening he had also taken to the stage
/(b) while drinking a can of Red Stripe as he /(c) picked up the award for Best New Artist /(d) before seemingly having his speech muted by ITV /(e).
II. (a) Panel members behind the Access to Cash Review which published /(b) its final first warnings a year ago are concerned /(c) that there is a lack of action in terms of legislation required /(d) to protect cash for as long as people need it /(e).
III. (a) But you‟d think that there would be just a hint /(b) of contrite for those nominally Scottish institutions which sought so /(c) recklessly to damage Scotland‟s reputation and /(d) national self-confidence five years ago /(e).

A. adc B. bad
C. eab D. aeb

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