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English Questions : Sentence Correction(Phrase Replacement) Set 112

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Directions(Q.1-10) : – Which of the pair of phrases 1,2,3,4 given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct . If the sentence is correct as it is and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer.

  1. Intellectual authority is defined as the authority of arguments that prevail by squirm of good reasoning and do not depend on traverse or convention. A contrasting hanker, institutional authority, refers to the power of social institutions to enforce acceptance of arguments that may or may not possess drudge authority.
    1. capacity, faculty, talent, skill
    2. virtue , coercion , notion , intellectual
    3. admit, own, avow, confess
    4. agonize, excruciate, rack, torment
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 2)
    Explanation :
    Virtue- behaviour showing high moral standards
    Coercion- he action or practice of persuading someone to do something by using force or threats
    Notion- a conception of or belief about something
    Intellectual- relating to the intellect

  2. The United States Supreme Court has not always gusto legal issues of concern to Native Americans in a manner that has pleased the Indian nations. Many of the Court‘s decisions have been products of political feeble that looked more to the ramble of the times than to enduring principles of law. But accommodation is part of the judicial system in the United States, and judicial decisions must be habitual with this fact in mind.
    1. debase, doctored, load, sophisticate
    2. self-denial, temperance, sobriety, continence
    3. conformed, harmonize, accord, corresponded
    4. resolved , compromise , temper , assessed
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 4)
    Explanation :
    Resolved- firmly determined to do something
    Compromise- an agreement or settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions
    Temper – a person’s state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm
    Assessed – evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of

  3. It has become something of a truism in folklore studies that until recently the lore was more often studied than the folk. That is, folklorists concentrated on the folklore—the songs, tales, and proverbs themselves—and ignored the people who transmitted that lore as part of their oral culture.
    1. furious, indignant, irate, ireful
    2. afield, astray, awry, wrong
    3. equivocal, obscure, recondite, abstruse
    4. too, likewise, besides, moreover
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 5)
    Explanation :
    The sentence is correct.

  4. A vast blatant of lava in India coincided with the extravagant that occurred at the end of the Cretaceous period, and the release of carbon dioxide from this episode of volcanism could have caused the climatic change responsible for the meander of the dinosaurs. Such outpourings of lava are caused by instability in the lowest layer of the Earth‘s stringent, located just above the Earth‘s core.
    1. eruption , extinctions , demise , mantle
    2. foreboding, presentiments, misgiving , cherish
    3. evident, manifestations , obvious, patent
    4. agree, subscribe, acquiesce, consent
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 1)
    Explanation :
    Eruption – an act or instance of erupting
    Extinctions- the state or process of being or becoming extinct
    Demise – a person’s death
    Mantle – cloak or envelop

  5. A second consumption of the judicial system is the protection that has been provided against artery by the states into tribal affairs. Federal judges are not pose to view favorably efforts to extend states powers and jurisdictions because of the direct threat that such triumph poses to the exercise of federal powers.
    1. mediocre, fair, middling, indifferent
    2. cognizant, sensible, watchful, vigilant
    3. achievement , encroachment , inclined , expansion
    4. clumsy, maladroit, inept, gauche
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 3)
    Explanation :
    Achievement – a thing done successfully with effort, skill, or courage
    Encroachment- intrusion on a person’s territory, rights
    Inclined- be favourably disposed towards or willing to do something
    Expansion – the action of becoming larger or more extensive

  6. However, because such rapacious suits have not yet been a problem, there is little basis for Burke‘s concern. In fact, the proposed legislation would establish too many multifaceted barriers to the location and recovery of stolen objects. The main barrier is that the bill considers the announcement of an art gluttonous in a museum publication to be adequate evidence of an attempt to impose a possible owner.
    1. manner, demeanor, mien, presence
    2. endure, stand, abide, suffer
    3. bombard, pepper, shower , chaff
    4. reclamation , unjustifiable , transaction , notify
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 4)
    Explanation :
    Reclamation – the process of claiming something back or of reasserting a right
    Unjustifiable- not able to be shown to be right or reasonable
    Transaction- an instance of buying or selling something
    Notify- inform (someone) of something, typically in a formal or official manner

  7. Kolchin points out that sapient owning serfs in Russia constituted only a tiny fragile of the population, while in the southern United States, about a quarter of all White people were members of slave-owning families. And although in the southern United States only 2 percent of refractory worked on boisterous where more than a hundred slaves worked, in Russia almost 80 percent of the serfs worked for nobles who owned more than a hundred serfs.
    1. nobles , proportion , slaves , plantations
    2. charitable, eleemosynary, philanthropic , genesis
    3. beleaguer, blockade, invest, siege
    4. bellicose, pugnacious, contentious, quarrelsome
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 1)
    Explanation :
    Nobles- a person of noble rank or birth
    Proportion – part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole
    Slaves – person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them
    Plantations – an estate on which crops such as coffee, sugar, and tobacco are grown

  8. A special nugatory coating that serves as a chemical opiate allows clown fish to live among the deadly aplomb of the unsuspecting sea anemone. Utterly dependent on this unlikely host for protection from sensitivity, clown fish have evolved in isolated communities, a pattern that has led to unusual behavioral adaptations.
    1. tedious, irksome, tiresome, handrum
    2. mucous , camouflage , tentacles , predators
    3. hide, obscure, obstruct, screen
    4. nictitate, twinkle, wink , vaunt
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 2)
    Explanation :
    Mucous – relating to, producing, covered with, or of the nature of mucus
    Camouflage- the disguising of military personnel, equipment, and installations by painting or covering them to make them blend in with their surroundings
    Tentacles- something resembling a tentacle in shape or flexibility
    Predators- an animal that naturally preys on others

  9. Relational arguments have a major whirl: because they underline women‘s physiological and psychological distinctiveness, they are often appropriated by political churn and used to endorse male exhort . But the individualist approach, by attacking gender roles, denying the significance of physiological difference, and emanating existing familial institutions as hopelessly patriarchal, has often simply treated as irrelevant the family roles important to many women.
    1. blight, dash, nip, wreck
    2. barbarian, churl, lout, vulgarian
    3. pitfall , adversaries , privilege , condemning
    4. cinch, pushover, snap, walkway
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 3)
    Explanation :
    Pitfall- a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty
    Adversaries- one’s opponent in a contest
    Privilege- a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group.
    Condemning- express complete disapproval of; censure

  10. Most large corporations in the United States were once run by individual capitalists who owned enough stock to dominate the board of directors and dictate company policy. Because putting such large amounts of stock on the market would only depress its value, they could not sell out for a quick profit and instead had to concentrate on improving the long-term productivity of their companies.
    1. affliction, cross, trial, tribulation
    2. scorch, singe, sear, char
    3. tranquil, placid, serene, halcyon
    4. radiant, lustrous, lambent, incandescent
    5. no correction required
    Answer : 5)
    Explanation :
    The sentence is correct.