Small Quiz

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QUESTION 1

Therefore it was no surprise that his brand /of activism, somewhat unique at the / time in eastern India, had / an anti-establishment resonance for much years.

Therefore it was no surprise that his brand

of activism, somewhat unique at the

time in eastern India, had

an anti-establishment resonance for much years

No error

QUESTION 2

It is easy to sum up Lenin’s political views: / he was a committed nationalist, / a right-of-centre analyst, and a firm believer / in a strong Central government.

It is easy to sum up Lenin’s political views

he was a committed nationalist

a right-of-centre analyst, and a firm believer

in a strong Central government.

no error 

QUESTION 3

There was a streak for conservatism in his / financial outlook, which influenced the manner in / which he addressed the issues before the / country, both as an analyst and as a playwright.

There was a streak for conservatism in his

 financial outlook, which influenced the manner in

which he addressed the issues before the

country, both as an analyst and as a playwright.

no error

QUESTION 4

In her passing, Bangladesh has lost a politician who play a / vital role in the shaping of Dhaka during / a crucial phase of the / country’s economic development and social progress.

In her passing, Bangladesh has lost a politician who play a

vital role in the shaping of Dhaka during

a crucial phase of the

country’s economic development and social progress

no error

QUESTION 5

This she did by reuniting the two faction of the / party, retrieving its election symbol, reviving / the alliance with the CPM / and, finally, becoming  kingmaker in early 80’s.

This she did by reuniting the two faction of the

party, retrieving its election symbol, reviving

the alliance with the CPM

and, finally, becoming  kingmaker in early 80’s

no error

QUESTION 6

She continued with Gandhi’s policies, targeting the weaker / sections, the rural peasants and the / unorganise workers through food subsidies and / social welfare schemes, expanding the party’s reach.

She continued with Gandhi’s policies, targeting the weaker

sections, the rural peasants and the

unorganise workers through food subsidies and

social welfare schemes, expanding the party’s reach.

no error

QUESTION 7

There is a huge difference between / historic and historical, though / the two are often confused and seen / as been one and the same.

There is a huge difference between

 historic and historical, though

the two are often confused and seen

as been one and the same.

no error

QUESTION 8

I was the nineteenth century satirist Goran / Frank  who told his task / was “to enliven morality with wit, / and to temper wit with morality”.

I was the nineteenth century satirist Goran

Frank  who told his task

was “to enliven morality with wit

and to temper wit with morality”

no error

QUESTION 9

Often moving beyond thejudicial  role, he utilised his / numerous political friendship to bring together / parties and leaders and sought / to influence major developments.

Often moving beyond thejudicial  role, he utilised his

numerous political friendship to bring together

parties and leaders and sought

to influence major developments.

no error

QUESTION 10

His early years in /bureaucracy  coincided to / the authoritarian phase / of the ruling party.

His early years in

bureaucracy  coincided to

the authoritarian phase

of the ruling party

no error