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Bank PO :: Test 47
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1-7): In each of the following sentences there are blank spaces. Below each sentence there are four pairs of words denoted by the numbers 1,2,3, and 4. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

The Indian hospitality industry, which has been__________ a prolonged slump, is now entering a new_______________ phase.

A.    witnessing, ambitious B.    observing, listless
C.    recovering, debt D.    demonstrating, efficient
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2 .

The new policy seeks to______________ a process of widespread participation of people___________, the way for more effective implementation.

A.    amend, opening B.    halt, propelling
C.    generate, paving D.    diagnose, resulting
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3 .

Journalism is a__________ for truth, a crusade to____________injustice and wrongdoing.

A.    product, limit B.    soon, justify
C.    travesty, attack D.    quest, expose
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4 .

How would you__________ your action to your senior officers so that they can support you ?

A.    define B.    justify
C.    deplore D.    judge
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5 .

___________financial and industrial problems the company__________achieved good export orders.

A.    Through, could B.    Though, yet
C.    Despite, has D.    Although, had
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6 .

We have written to the authorities and are____________ for their clearance.

A.    according B.    standing
C.    hopeful D.    waiting
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7 .

The leader assured that_____________is______________ guilty in this matter will be punished.

A.    whichever, said B.    whenever, located
C.    whatsoever, detected D.    whosoever, found
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8 .

Direction (Q. 8-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical 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) Tell Mr Singh /2) shortly what the speaker /3) has said for he /4) has little time.

A.    Tell Mr Singh B.    shortly what the speaker
C.    has said for he D.    has little time.
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9 .

Q. 1) They are very /2) senior to him /3) so he dare not play /4) a joke on them.

A.    They are very B.    senior to him
C.    so he dare not play D.    a joke on them.
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Q. 1) They appeared /2) no too soon; /3) however, we were none the worse /4) for their appearance

A.    They appeared B.    no too soon
C.    however, we were none the worse D.    for their appearance
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