English Quiz – New Pattern Error – 31

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here is a set of English Quiz based on New Pattern Error Questions for upcoming bank and insurance exams.

 

  1. Last year, the price of other produce like red chilli, tur dal and tomato witness a similar trending of steep falls compare to the previous season.

(A) witnessed, trending, compare

(B) witnessed, trending, compared

(C) witnessed, trend, compared

(D) no correction required.

 

Answer

Option: C

 

  1. Farmers tends to increase the production at certain crops in response to their high prices during the previous season, which in turn leads to a supply glut who causes prices to crash.

(A) trends, at, who

(B) tend, of, that

(C) tends, at, that

(D) No correction required.

 

Answer

Option: B

 

  1. Given the humanitarian and political costs of agricultural distress, particularly in a year when many big States go to the polls, local governments could turn towards populism to satisfy their rural voter base.

(A) Humanitarian, on, towards

(B) Humanity, to, towards

(C) Humanity, on, into

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: D

 

 

  1. The government has promised $70 million in aid in support the poorer communities in a bid to quell the protesting. But as the opposition Popular Front has set it sights on the withdrawal of the budget, there are few signs of the turmoil subsiding anytime soon.

(A) in, protests, it

(B) to, protesting, its

(C) to, protests, its

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: C

 

  1. Of particular concern is a 2015 security law that has been reviving following the recent death (in) a police official. Civil society groups are apprehensive that the measurement is intended to grant immunity to the police and the military, as well as to penalise critics.

(A) revived, of, measure

(B) reviving, of, measurement

(C) revived, in, measure

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: A

 

  1. European Union nations in particularly have an interest in promotion political and economic stability, on the light of migrant outflows from North Africa to the continent.

(A) particularly, promoting, on

(B) particular, promoting, in

(C) particular, promotion, in

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: B

 

  1. On Wednesday, January 17, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court is scheduled to commence hearings on a slew of petitions that will bring these questions and more to the forefront of a constitutional battle for the ages.

(A) schedule, on, to

(B) scheduled, in, to

(C) schedule, on, of

(D) no correction required

 

Answer

Option: D

 

  1. What it didn’t tell us, though, was that it had barely, if at all, conducted anything resembling a neutral analysis of the costs and gains of the project before launching it.

(A) told, had, resembling

(B) tell, had had, resembled

(C) tell, have, resembled

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: D

 

  1. Seven Pakistani soldiers were killed when the Army opens fire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Monday in retaliation to ceasefire violations in the Mendhar sector, even like Army chief Gen.

(A) opens, on, like

(B) opened, in, like

(C) opened, on, as

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: C

 

  1. However, the Army has denied no casualty. Pakistan summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after the fire by Indian troops.

(A) no, at, firing

(B) any, to, firing

(C) no, to, fire

(D) No correction required

 

Answer

Option: B

 

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Team EP

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