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Shivangi Srivastava VERIFIED Electronic and communication engineering from RTU |Cleared written of Bank of Maharashtra 2016 I SBI PO 20171 Published national papers also 32,947 Views in last 30 days 169,405 Lifetime Views Follow 62 Courses 7.8k Followers 15 Following
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MATCH THE FOLLOWING Directions (1-5): In each of the following questions given below, a sentence is given with some bold words which may contain errors. Below each of the sentence, a table is given with two columns in which column 'A' contains the list of bold words, and in column 'B' the suggested corrections are listed. You have to choose the best alternate among the four given options. If no correction is required against the given bold words, mark (e) i.e. None of the above" as your answer.
Q1. The Indian telecom sector has witnessed a Paranoid shift-crossing the billion-user mark and rolling out new technologies along with other leading markets. Just four years ago, it faced multiple challenges-falling revenues and increasing debt were wreaking triumph. COLOUMN A (1) Paranoid (2) Rolling (3) Faced (4) Triumph COLOUMN B (5) Paradigm (6) Rolled (7) Face off (8) Havoc (a) Both (1) (5) and (4) (8) (e) None of the above
The sentence is describing about a shift in the technology in the telecom industry. It has also mentioned about the challenges faced by the industry few years ago. Therefore, to adhere to the context of the sentence "paranoid" should be replaced by "paradigm" while "triumph" should be replaced by "havoc". Hence, option (a) is the most suitable answer choice. Paranoid means unreasonably or obsessively anxious, suspicious, or mistrustful. Triumph means a great victory or achievement. Paradigm means a typical example or pattern of something; a pattern or model. Havoc means widespread destruction.
Q2. The government launched Tarang Sanchar portal to correct mislead around electromagnetic emissions from towers. It allows people to check emission (EMF) consensus status of mobile towers, giving information about any site, on request, via email COLOUMN A (1) Mislead (2) Emissions (3) Consensus (4) Information COLOUMN B (5) Misconceptions (6) Eminences (7) Compliance (8) Informed (d) Both (1) - (5) and (3-7) (e) None of the above
Words "mislead" and "consensus" create a contextual error in the sentence and thus should be replaced by "misconceptions" and "compliance" respectively Hence, option (d) is the most suitable answer choice. Emissions means the production and discharge of something, especially gas or radiation. Consensus means a general agreement. Eminences means to fame or acknowledged superiority within a particular sphere. Compliance means the action or fact of complying with a wish or command.
Q3. India has told messaging platform WhatsApp to get serious about hawking the purveyors of fake news and variance rumours. In a meeting with one of its top hosts, the law minister stressed that over 20 lives had been lost in India due to this umour-mongering COLOUMN A (1) Hawking (2) Variance (3) Hosts (4) Stressed COLOUMN B (5) Tracking (6) Vicious (7) Honchos (8) Guessed (d) (1) - (5), (2) - (6) and (3-7) (e) None of the above
The words given in bold "hawking", "variance" and "hosts" create either grammatical or contextual error in the sentence. To correct the sentence, replace these words by "tracking", "vicious" and "honchos" respectively. Hence, option (d) is the most suitable answer choice. Hawking means (of a person) hunt game with a trained hawk. Variance means the fact or quality of being different, divergent, or inconsistent. Vicious means deliberately cruel or violent. Honchos means a leader or manager, the person in charge.
Since the sentence is describing about the developments and advancements made in the recent time, the bold words "preserving" and "raising" create grammatical as well as contextual errors in the sentence To make the sentence correct, replace these words by "urbanization" and "rising" respectively. Therefore, option (c) becomes the most suitable answer choice.
The words given in bold "had" and "compete" create either grammatical or contextual error in the sentence. To correct the sentence, replace these words by "having" and "competitive" respectively The sentence is given in the present tense [...can give paint manufacturers], it requires a gerund [Havingl that works as a subject in the sentence, therefore, "had" should be replaced to frame a grammatically correct structure of the sentence. Moreover, to describe the quality of "pricing" an adjective [competitive] is required rather than a verb [compete]. Hence, option (c) is the most suitable answer choice.