English Phrase Replacement Questions – New Pattern Day-14

English Phrase Replacement Questions – New Pattern Day-14:

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Practice English Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Phrase Replacement)

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Direction (1-10): In given sentences phrase is 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.

1)With around four million people employ directly or indirectlyby the telecom sector, any majorchanges in the industry will proportionally impact the country’s economy.

  1. Employed directly
  2. Employ direct
  3. Employed direct
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

2)After investing over Rs. 9 lakh crore, the sector is struggling to manage its debt of ~4.5 lakh crore, with are venue of just ~1.8 lakh crore — a figure that is declining — despite servicing most than a billion subscribers.

  1. Most than the
  2. More than a
  3. More than the
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

3)Service providers were just recover from the upheavals of the past -expensive spectrum auctions and debilitating tariff wars — when the new phase of hyper-competition hit them.

  1. Recover to
  2. Recovering from
  3. Recovered at
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

4)Hyper-competition has had such a adverse impact on the sector that questions have risen about whether some telecom service providers would survive the next few years.

  1. Such the
  2. Such as
  3. Such an
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

5)The last phase of hyper-competition that start in 2009 ended with four operators exiting the business five to seven years later.

  1. Started in
  2. Starting at
  3. Start on
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

6)The industry has had almost no time to recover, with the spectrum auctions following almost immediately, follow by license renewals and other additional expenses.

  1. Followed by
  2. Following by
  3. Follow up by
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

7)New tourism minister AlphonsKannanthanam had disclosed,perhaps unwittingly, that his party has no plans to dictate food habits.

  1. Is disclosing
  2. Has disclosed
  3. Have disclosed
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

8)Using the example of his home state, the minister said Kerala will continue at eat beef and BJP doesn’t have a problem with that.

  1. To eating
  2. At eating
  3. To eat
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

9)We need a national mission for promoting self-employment, start with skill,business and entrepreneurial training,followed by start-up financing and handholding until the self-employed persons stabilise their enterprises.

  1. Started by
  2. Starting by
  3. Starting with
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

10)Congress has now been reduced to a party which clings to memories of the past, invoking its heroism of long ago to seek solace in its bleak present and infuriate by the Modi strategy of appropriating the heritage of the freedom movement for BJP with much panache.

  1. Infuriating by
  2. Infuriated by
  3. Infuriate from
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required