Small Quiz

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QUESTION 1

Choose the correct rearrangement that makes a contextually correct and meaningful sentence. 

(A) about the unattractive task of cleaning the footpath

(B) anyone who has ever walked on an north Indian 

(C) and sweeping the dust to its margins 

(D) street could not have missed a sweeper going

 

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QUESTION 2

In each of the following questions four statements are given as A, B, C and D. Below each question, five options are given that give the rearrangement of the given sentences. Choose the correct rearrangement that makes a contextually correct and meaningful sentence. 

(A) when I looked myself in a mirror for more 

(B) first time in all my born days 

(C) it was an evening two years ago 

(D) than a minute at a time for the

 

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QUESTION 3

In each of the following questions four statements are given as A, B, C and D. Below each question, five options are given that give the rearrangement of the given sentences. Choose the correct rearrangement that makes a contextually correct and meaningful sentence. 

(A) or the blemishes that took turns 

(B) she never coloured her eyelids black, 

(C) the arch heights of her eyebrows 

(D) lips red. Neither did she bother about

 

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QUESTION 4

In each of the following questions four statements are given as A, B, C and D. Below each question, five options are given that give the rearrangement of the given sentences. Choose the correct rearrangement that makes a contextually correct and meaningful sentence. 

(A) it is common to see children 

(B) dogs and cats though these do 

(C) pelting stones at stray 

(D) not come in their path

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QUESTION 5

In each of the following questions four statements are given as A, B, C and D. Below each question, five options are given that give the rearrangement of the given sentences. Choose the correct rearrangement that makes a contextually correct and meaningful sentence. 

(A) towards fellow human beings,

(B) as kindness and compassion not only

(C) but to all creatures, however small 

(D) learning should inculcate values such

 

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QUESTION 6

British government systematically (A)/ Nayyar described how the (B)/ strangulated Indian entrepreneurship (C)/ in his book The mission of India, (D)/

 

 

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QUESTION 7

seat for free to complete a web check-in (A)/ there was much outrage on social media last (B)/ Spicejet was not allowing him to pick any (C)/ week when a lady passenger discovered that (D)/

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QUESTION 8

with airfares getting weaker, (A)/ aspects of flying being monetized (B)/ we will only see more and more (C)/ to keep the bottom line competitive (D)/

 

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QUESTION 9

the right kind of financer to enjoying (A)/ ups and downs, from finding (B)/ a corporate’s job is full of (C)/ the sudden success of a business (D)/

 

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QUESTION 10

career, but in both places (A)/ from the challenges in financial sector (B)/ you end up learning (C)/ challenges in the start-up are different (D)/

 

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