English Phrase Replacement Questions – New Pattern (Day-17)

English Phrase Replacement Questions – New Pattern (Day-17):

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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). It is a different matter that the development of a potential Hindu religious plank in Indo-Nepal relations, a key piece in the SanghParivar’s long-cherished dream, was sabotage by events thereafter, including India’s ‘unofficial’ economic blockade of Nepal in 2015.

  1. Sabotaged by
  2. Sabotaging by
  3. Sabotage from
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

2). On the occasion of PM’s visit, UAE Govt decides to allot land for build a temple in Abu Dhabi,” with Mr. Modi following up with another tweet: “I am very thankful to the UAE Govt for their decision to allot land in order to build a Temple in Abu Dhabi.

  1. For building
  2. To be build
  3. To be building
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

3). Wasn’t ensuring that the Indian migrant workers in UAE  not mistreated, as they regularly are, more important than portraying the “land for temple” as a major foreign policy achievement?

  1. Was not mistreat
  2. Are not mistreated
  3. Were not mistreating
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

4). Its 2014 election manifesto was unequivocal in state that “India shall remain a natural home for persecuted Hindus and they shall be welcome to seek refuge here”.

  1. To state that
  2. In stating that
  3. Stated that
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

5). Note that the statement is not one that promise to protect all persecuted minorities in the neighbourhood, as the country has done in the past, but a pointedly Hindutva sentiment.

  1. Promising
  2. Promises
  3. promised
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

6). The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, proposes that Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Parsis and Christians enter India from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan not be considered as “illegal immigrants” — no word on Muslims here.

  1. Entered
  2. Enters
  3. entering
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

7). By not providing any justification whatsoever for discriminating against Muslims (if there can, in fact, be any), given that Hindus and Muslims comprise most refugees turn up at India’s borders, the motivation is clear.

  1. Turning up
  2. Turns up
  3. Turned up
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

8). As on the one hand this appeases the communal vote banks in mainland India, the move also could potentially enhance BJP’s electoral fortunes in the north-eastern borderlands since the proposed law could alter the voter demographics in the region to BJP’s advantage.

  1. Inspite on the one hand
  2. For on the one hand
  3. While on the one hand
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

9). To get a more complete picture, read this together with the recently passed ‘Enemy Property (Amendment and Validation) Bill, 2016’ which potentially dispossess many Muslim families of their inherited property.

  1. could potentially dispossess
  2. Will dispossess potentially
  3. Have dispossessed potentially
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

10). The Modi government has gone way beyond the legitimate exercise of engaging the diaspora to enthusiastically promoting overseas Hindutva/Sangh outfits for ideological ends, couched in sophisticated foreign policy showbiz, of course.

  1. Promoted
  2. Promote
  3. promotes
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required

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