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Directions (1-3): In these questions some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and indicate it corresponding to the appropriate letter. If there is no error, indicate corresponding to the last option.
Q1. Too many customers are alienated by (A)/ our miser attitude to compensation (B)/ for the mistakes that we made. (C)/ No Error (D)
Q2. It proves year after year (A) / that when it comes into judging new writing (B) / we are on slippery ground (C) / No Error (D)
Q3. Good people will make good laws (A) / but good laws passed by a few does not (B) / necessarily make a good society (C) / No Error (D)
Directions (4-5): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.
Q4. Cut a rug
(a) To lose one’s temper
(b) To dance
(c) To argue to hide one’s wrong deeds
(d) To face a loss
Q5. Tip off
(a) To take a bribe
(b) Supply with secret or private information.
(c) To be threatened
(d) Boosting the claims of
Directions (6-10): In the following passage some words have been deleted. Fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given. Select the most appropriate option for each blank.
Justice in any civilised society is not just about ________, but also about deterrence, and in less serious crimes, rehabilitation of the offenders. The heinous rape and murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad in late November shook the collective conscience of India and resulted in an ______ for justice for the victim and outrage over the persisting lack of safety for women in public spaces. Such societal pressure for justice invariably weighs upon legal institutions, as the police are required to find the culprits with _________ and the judiciary to complete the legal process without undue delay. But these institutions must _______ the rule of law and procedure even in such circumstances. The killing of the four accused of the rape and murder of the veterinary doctor by the Cyberabad police raises disturbing questions. The police claim that two of the accused snatched their weapons and fired at them when the four had been taken to the crime scene to reconstruct the sequence of events late after midnight, and that they killed them in self-defence. The claim stretches credulity. The National Human Rights Commission has ________ a fact-finding team to Hyderabad to probe the incident. The guidelines set by the Supreme Court to deal with such events, including the need for an independent investigation, must be strictly observed to get to the bottom of this sordid episode.
Q6. Justice in any civilised society is not just about ________, but also about deterrence,
Q7. shook the collective conscience of India and resulted in an ______ for justice for the victim
Q8. as the police are required to find the culprits with _________ and the judiciary to complete the legal process without undue delay.
Q9. But these institutions must _______ the rule of law and procedure even in such circumstances.
Q10. The National Human Rights Commission has ________ a fact-finding team to Hyderabad to probe the incident.
Sol. Replace noun ‘miser’ with adjective ‘miserly’. As noun ‘attitude’ will be qualified by an ‘adjective’ not by an another noun.
Miserly (adjective): of or characteristic of a miser.
Sol. Correct preposition to use here is ‘to’.
Hence replace ‘into’ by ‘to’.
Sol. Replace ‘does not’ by ‘do not’ as ‘Good laws’ i.e. subject is plural.
Sol. Retribution: punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a wrong or criminal act.
Sol. Outcry: an exclamation or shout.
Sol. Alacrity: brisk and cheerful readiness.
Sol. Uphold: confirm or support (something which has been questioned).
Sol. Deputed: appointed or instructed (someone) to perform a task for which one is responsible.
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