15 Jun 2017

Important Practice English Questions on Cloze Test with Detailed Explanation for RBI Grade B/NICL AO & Upcoming Exams 2017

Important Practice English Questions on Cloze Test with Detailed Explanation for SBI PO/RBI Grade B/NICL AO & Upcoming Exams 2017
Important Practice English Questions on Cloze Test with Detailed Explanation for RBI Grade B/NICL AO & Upcoming Exams 2017:
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Directions (Q. 1-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.
Pharmacies across the country went 1.(for/on/to/of)a one-day strike this week to highlight their concerns about the threat from e-pharmacies, and the cost that will be imposed by new regulations on the sale of medicines. The strike, called by the All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists, had the support of well over eight lakh pharmacies. But perhaps the only thing clear2.(through/to/from/by) the AIOCD’s demands is its intention to protect the business interests of traditional brick-and-mortar pharmacies, even if it comes at the cost of the consumer’s interest.3.(old/offline/traditional/conventional) pharmacies have been knocking at the doors of the government for some time now as they face intense competition from e-pharmacies. Their profit margins and market share have 4.(seen/noticed/faced/pointed)pressure in recent years from e-pharmacies that often offer medicines at cheaper prices. While this has improved the accessibility of drugs to a wider population, the concern of traditional pharmacists too is easy to understand. The AIOCD has repeatedly 5.(blamed/accused/alleged/praised) e-pharmacies of a wide range of malpractices, including selling fake drugs and enabling self-medication. The organisation has been citing these issues to seek a ban on the sale of drugs online. At the same time, pharmacies too 6.(had been/have been/was/has been) fighting the government as it tries to tighten the screws on the illegal sale of drugs. In March this year, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare proposed the setting up of an e-portal to track and regulate the sale of drugs across the retail chain. The aim was to prevent the sale of fake and substandard drugs, which are estimated to account for a substantial share 7.(of/to/by/through) India’s drug market. The AIOCD has opposed the proposal, arguing that smaller pharmacies lack the necessary infrastructure to meet the 8.(amenable/stringent/facile/flexible) demands of the Ministry, even as the same rules apply to e-pharmacies. With the strike, pharmacists further upped the ante by temporarily halting the 9.(inventory/supply/need/source) of an essential good. This is unfortunate. The Ministry’s proposal to bring both traditional and e-pharmacies under the ambit of the e-portal to track drugs is a welcome move. The risks 10.(attached/joined/associated/companied) with e-pharmacies, especially when it comes to the dispensation of prescription drugs without the necessary checks, cannot be taken lightly.
1.
for
on
to
of
None of these

1).Correct preposition will be on. Answer: B
2.
through
to
from
by
None of these
2).Preposition used will be from. Answer: C

3.
old
offline
traditional
conventional
None of these
3).Traditional word will be preferred in context of the passage. Answer: C

4.
seen
noticed
faced
pointed
None of these
4).Verb face is more relevant in context of the sentence. Answer: C
5.
blamed
accused
alleged
praised
None of these
5).When one’s blame other than accused will be used. Answer: B

6.
had been
have been
was
has been
None of these
6).Sentence is in present tense so have been will be used. Answer: B

7.
of
to
by
through
None of these
7).Correct preposition will be of. Answer: A
8.
amenable
stringent
facile
flexible
None of these
8).Stringent means strong which suits the sentence. Answer: B
9.
inventory
supply
need
source
None of these
9).In context of sentence supply is the relevant word than other words. Answer: B

10.
attached
joined
associated
companied
None of these
10).We always use word associated with risk. Answer: C



        
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