English Quiz for SIDBI Assistant Manager 2016 – Set 2

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Directions: (Q. 1-5):
Which of the phrases given after the sentence should replace the word/phrase
given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence
is correct as it is given and no correction is required, select ‘No correction
required’ as the answer.
1. Rich mineral resources and the government present willing to build infrastructure will
attract plenty of foreign investment.
1) government willingly present
2) government presence is willing
3) government is present but willing
4) present government’s willingness
5) No correction required
2. One of the city’s
advantages including
a good education system, attractive quality of life
and a good transport system which can cope with its rising population.
1) One of the city’s advantages include
2) Some of the city’s advantages include
3) The city has advantages included
4) Many of the city’s advantages are included
5) No correction required
3. Regulators in America have plans to increase the amount of capital that its eight largest
banks can hold and banks will have until 2018 to comply.
1) increased the amount
2) increase in the amounts
3) which increases the amount
4) by increasing amounts
5) No correction required
4. If we revise the school curriculum, colleges will not
only get more quality of students but companies will also get skilled
1) most quality students
2) good quality of the student
3) students of best qualities
4) better quality students
5) No correction required
5. By running small dairy farms and selling milk to
factories, the women of the village
takes care
the needs of their families.
1) woman of the village caring for
2) woman of a village will care
3) women of the village take care of
4) village women taking care of
5) No correction required
Directions (Q. 6-10):
This sentence has two blanks each indicating that something has been omitted.

Choose the set of words for the blanks
which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
6. Young people may be ________ the ability to read emotions,
as digital devices such as smartphones are ________ their face-to-face social
1) faking, hiding
2) affecting, stopping
3) losing, limiting
4) falling, hindering
5) mastering, providing
7. ________ are the days when consumers were passive passengers
with little or ________ choice over the design of the product.
1) Went, less
2) Past, much
3) Gone, no
4) Extinct, nil
5) Lost, so
8. Researchers ________ that eating less meat would help in
________ water resources in dry areas around the world.
1) opine, conserve
2) said, procuring
3) suggest, removing
4) prove, store
5) believe, preserving
9. The Government is ________ on launching a system to strictly
monitor ________ of industrial wastes.
1) keen, treatment
2) thinking, capturing
3) contemplating, cure
4) interested, disposal
5) eager, healing
10. Scientists from across the country have ________ emphasis
on the need to take immediate steps to ________ the issue of climate change.
1) placed, stop
2) paid, halt
3) given, hold
4) laid, address
5) put, clear


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