CET Grammar 7 new type questions

CET Grammar 7 new type questions

Grammar New type questions

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Type 1

In the question given below some of the part has been highlighted. You have to find the part which is not highlighted and is both grammatically and contextually correct. Ensure that the meaning of the statement remains unchanged.

  1. While there is no quibble about the need to deny unscrupulous and wilful defaulters who has put banks and other creditors in substantial financial hardship the opportunity to regain control of corporate assets that have been put under resolution, the category of people barred is too broad and risks the very objectives of the original code.

(a) While there is no quibble about the need
(b) who has put banks and other creditors in
(c) of corporate assets that have been put under resolution
(d) the category of people barred is too broad and risks the very objectives of the original code.
(e) No Error

  1. Our constant usage of the Internet threatens our reading capacity. It results in our decreasing capacity to concentrate, think and understand things as we were used to. And while the decision making part of our brain works in overdrive by clicking, skimming, browsing, liking, sharing, bookmarking, it is true that we are choosing faster, but we are not understanding in depth what we chose and why we chose what we did.

(a) Our constant usage of the Internet threatens our reading capacity
(b) think and understand things as we were used to
(c) in overdrive by clicking, skimming, browsing, liking, sharing, bookmarking, it is true that we are choosing faster
(d) but we are not understanding in depth what we chose and why we chose what we did
(e) No Error

 

  1. Any interruption, by indulging in a conflict with nations small or big, would not only damage but derail the levels of progress that is essential to achieve this objective.

(a) by indulging in a conflict with nations small or big
(b) would not only damage but
(c) progress that is essential
(d) to achieve this objective
(e) No Error

Type 2

Direction (4 – 6): In given sentences phrase 3 words / group of words are represented in bold which may be incorrect so you have to find the correct phrase in place of that if the phrase is correct in the given sentences than mark no correction required as your answer.

4. Basing the 1971 Census figure of 54.81 crore to represent today’s population presents a distorted version of our democratic polity and is contrary to what is mandate under Article 81 of the Constitution.

  1. only A & B
  2. only B & C
  3. only C
  4. only A & C
  5. No correction Needed

5. So when the first Census figure be available after 2026 — that is, in 2031 — a fresh delimitation will have to done which will dramatically alter in present arrangement of seat allocation to the States in Parliament.

  1. only A
  2. only C
  3. only A & C
  4. only A & B
  5. No correction required.

6. First, the concerns expressed by the States in 1976 which necessitated the freezing of seat allocation over the basis of 1971 population figures would appear to hold good even today and to been addressed to the satisfaction of all stakeholders.

  1. only A
  2. only A & B
  3. only A & C
  4. only C & B
  5. No correction required.

 

Type 3
Directions: Which of the following phrases (I), (II) or (III) given below the statement should replace the phrase in bold to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct? If the sentence is correct in its original form, mark (E) ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

1. While the Indian university system has not been immune to government interference, never in the past has it encountered the sorting of kind attack it is facing today.

I. type of resentful attack it metes out today.
II. kind of relentless attack it is facing today.
III. praise of attacks it faces today.

(a) II only (b) I and II only (c) I and III only (d) I only (e) III only

2. The recent announcement of the human resource development minister of implementing “graded autonomy” is a merely pretend to withdrawing public funding from the higher education sector.

I. a mere euphemism for withdrawing public funding from
II. Simply another way of stating it would be reducing the public funding given to
III. another pretext of withdrawing public funding to

3. Progressive judicial activism articulated through the intervention of normative judgments should become the collective expression of society.

I. Progressive judicial activism articulated from the
II. Progressive judicial activism articulated be a
III. Progressive judicial activism articulated with their

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Type 4

Given below is sentences in two parts Match the complete sentence which is grammatically correct.

No. First part of Sentence Last part of Sentence
A The planet’s average surface temperature has risen about 2.0 degrees Fahrenheit since the late 19th century, a change E make it up ideal venue for the meditation camp.
B The serene lush green slope of the hill station F driving largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere.
C By building dams across rivers, which create ponds and eventually change the rivers into G crime must get the mostly severe punishment.
D The man who has committed such a heinous H wetlands, beavers help species to flourish that would otherwise struggle.

 

Type 5

1. Find the error in one of the following fragments/parts.
A Russia, under President Vladimir Putin, is well aware of the shifting
B global economic balance of power in favour of Asia,
C and understands that economic integration with this region is the key
D to Russia’s successful long-term economic growth and geopolitical cloud.
E No error

2. Find the error in one of the following fragments/parts.
A NOTA, a choice of negative voting, is based on the
B principle that the spirit of democracy is upheld by giving
C citizens a platform to voice their dissent while
D simultaneously participating in the electoral process.
E No error

Type 6
Directions: In the questions given below, a statement has been divided into 5 parts with one or more parts containing an error (grammatical and contextual). You are required to choose the part/parts which do not have an error and are contextually and grammatically correct.

Recognising the corruption prevailing in 2004, the Supreme Court (A) / passed an order banning private contractors from (B) / being suppliers for the Integrated Child Development (C) / Scheme and encouraging the government to employee (D) / local village organisations, mahila mandals or SHGs instead. (E)
A Only D and E
B Only A, B and C
C Only B, C and D
D Only A, B, C and E
E All are incorrect

The National Forest Policy, 1988 replaced a earlier (A) / 1952 policy who still reflected the colonial approach (B) / of see forests as an economic resource (C) / and instead incorporated an evolving understanding of the (D) / role of natural forests for a country’s environment and ecological balance.(E)
A Only A and C
B Only D and E
C Only A, B and E
D Only B, C and D
E All are incorrect

Type 7

Directions: In the following questions two columns are given containing three Sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none the options given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark option (E), i.e. “None of these” your answer.
Column (1) Column (2)
(A) China’s Alibaba, with its investment in PayTm Mall, (D) causing side-effects.
(B) It emerged that the devise was leaking cobalt, (E) is vying to compete in the Indian ecommerce space.
(C) The process of putting together a regulatory (F) framework for electronic commerce in the country is final speeding up.

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Explanation:

  1. Ans.(b) Sol. Replace “has” with “have”.
  2. (e) Sol. No error
  3. Ans.(c) Sol. There is an error in C option. Replace “is” with “are”. Plural verb should be used here …that ‘are’ essential to achieve this objective. Also do not get confused with “not only” case, there is no error in this. Correct Answer is: C The correct phrase will be ‘mandated under’ because it is about comparison of present and past.
  4. Correct Answer is: B The correct phrase is this because it is about future and alter the present
  5. Correct Answer is: B; A – Correct should be allocation on the basis. B- The event is yet to be occurred, so should be has been addressed

Type 3 solutions
1. Correct Option: A
The original statement is incorrect as it does not sound meaningful. Statement I is incorrect as it implies that the university system itself is attacking the government which is not true. Statement III is incorrect as it seems to imply that the attacks are something to praise about which is absurd. Statement II is correct grammatically and contextually.

2. Correct Option: C
The original statement is absurd and meaningless. Statements I and II are correct and convey that the recent announcement is merely a flowery statement which essentially states that public funding would be reduced/withdrawn from universities. Statement III is incorrect as the funding is being withdrawn from and not to.

3. Correct Option: E. The original statement is correct and does not need any correction.

Type 4

1. AF and CH are correct.

Type 5 solutions
1. Correct Option: D. Fragment D has an error with respect to the word cloud which renders the statement meaningless. The correct word would be clout which means influence/power.
Correct sentence: Russia, under President Vladimir Putin, is well aware of the shifting global economic balance of power in favour of Asia, and understands that economic integration with this region is the key to Russia’s successful long-term economic growth and geopolitical clout.

2. Correct Option: E. The statement is correct in its original form and has no error.

Type 6

1. Correct Option: D. Fragment D: As per the statement, the Supreme Court is encouraging the government to make use of local village organisations, mahila mandals or SHGs instead of private contractors. The correct word to depict this would be employ and not employee which means a person employed for wages or salary. Correct statement: Recognising the corruption prevailing in 2004, the Supreme Court passed an order banning private contractors from being suppliers for the Integrated Child Development Scheme and encouraging the government to employ local village organisations, mahila mandals or SHGs.

2. Correct Option: B
Fragment A: The article an should be used as it is followed by a vowel. Fragment B: Who is used for living entities and thus that should be used here. Fragment C: The correct form of see here would be seeing. Both Fragments D and E are correct. Correct statement: The National Forest Policy, 1988 replaced an earlier 1952 policy that still reflected the colonial approach of seeing forests as an economic resource and instead incorporated an evolving understanding of the role of natural forests for a country’s environment and ecological balance.

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