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"To err is human; to forgive, divine."
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Bank PO :: Test 136
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5) : In the following questions the first and the last parts of the sentence are numbered as 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence and find out which combination is correct.

1. In spite of the earlier
P. it may now be considered natural for them
Q. uneasy relationship between India and the US
R with a common danger such as
5. to nurture a collaborative relationship in dealing
6. international terrorism.

A.    QPSR B.    RQSP
C.    PRQS D.    SQPR
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2 .

1. The scars left behind by
P. and thousands of families
Q. breadwinners have not been able to
R insurgency have not yet healed
5. who lost their sons and
6. fill the void caused in their lives.

A.    SRQP B.    PQSR
C.    RQPS D.    RPSQ
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3 .

1. There is a lot of weight in the
P. world under its suzerainty
Q. by the West to keep the Islamic
R is a byproduct of intrigues
5. thesis that the modern Jehadi Islam
6. devoid of any kind of democratic processes.

A.    PQRS B.    QRPS
C.    RQSP D.    SRQP
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4 .

1. It should be remembered
P. that the longer the grain
Q. the more likely it will
R eventually become unfit
5. stays in the godowns
6. for human consumption.

A.    PSQR B.    SPRQ
C.    RQSP D.    QRPS
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5 .

1. This judgement has significant
P. role that governors may play
Q. while appointing chief ministers
R implications for the discretionary
5. the scope of which
6. has been considerably expanded.

A.    SRQP B.    PQRS
C.    RPQS D.    QPRS
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6 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (4). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q. 1) It was the first opportunity /2) for mostly of t h em /3) to learn about  /4) Islamic movements in other countries.

A.    It was the first opportunity B.    for mostly of them
C.    to learn about D.    Islamic movements in other countries.
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7 .

Q. 1) Unless the beneficiaries /2) is identified, the launch /3) of one scheme after another  /4) serves little purpose.

A.    Unless the beneficiaries B.    is identified, the launch
C.    of one scheme after another D.    serves little purpose.
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8 .

Q. 1) It is left to the /2) world community to /3) respond and prosecute  /4) the alleged terrorists.

A.    It is left to the B.    world community to
C.    respond and prosecute D.    the alleged terrorists.
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9 .

Q. 1) In all this /2) there is always /3) the fear as of  /4) being misunderstood.

A.    In all this B.    there is always
C.    the fear as of D.    being misunderstood.
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10 .

Q. 1) The clouds of legal doubt /2) paint a shadow over /3) the legitimacy of  /4) her assuming the office.

A.    The clouds of legal doubt B.    paint a shadow over
C.    the legitimacy of D.    her assuming the office.
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