Para jumbles Quiz – 2 (PPC)

Question 1

Time: 00:00:00
(A) Pichai said: “ The internet and digital technology will be an engine of growth for the Indian Economy.

(B) India has 51 million small and large businesses (SMBs) today that contribute 37% to India’s GDP.

(C) Out of these only 32% are online or are leveraging the power of Digital.

(D) It is the balance 68% that Google India wants to digitally empower in 2017, according to global chief executive officer Sundar Pichai.

(E) Pichai, who was on a short trip to India, reaffirmed Google’s commitment to SMBs.

BDCEA

BDCEA

BCDEA

BCDEA

BCEDA

BCEDA

BEDCA

BEDCA

None

None

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Question 2

Time: 00:00:00
(A) Most of the developing countries depend on their own agriculture to provide food to be consumed by their population.

(B) But most developing countries do not have necessary foreign exchange earnings to import food-grains to feed their people

(C) Farmers in these developing countries have to produce food over and above their subsistence needs so as to provide necessary food to their urban population

(D) and therefore have to rely on their own agriculture to produce enough food to meet the consumption needs of their people.

ACBD

ACBD

CBDA

CBDA

ABDC

ABDC

ABCD

ABCD

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Question 3

Time: 00:00:00

  1. The north is bordered by mountain ranges while the remaining site of greece are enclosed by the medetarranean sea.

  2. The people there were called the Greeks.

  3. Greeks therefore, become good navigators

  4. The typical character of Greek civilization is due to the geographic conditions prevailing there.

  5. The name Greece comes from one of the Islands to the south-east of Europe known as Graecia.

AECBD

AECBD

DAECB

DAECB

EABDC

EABDC

ABCDE

ABCDE

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Question 4

Time: 00:00:00
S1: The Indians are found in 136 countries a geographic spread that is unmatched.

P : Many of the Indians besides being leading professionals have also made a mark in the political structures in their host countries.

Q : People of Indian origin constitute more than forty per cent of the population in Fiji, Mauritius, Guyana and Suriname.

R : In forty countries the Indian population exceeds 500000.

S : There are small minorities in countries like Malaysia, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Uganda.

S6 : In the beginning of the millenium there were three Presidents, two Prime Ministers and over 300 legislators of Indian origin all over the world.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?

R S P Q

R S P Q

S P R Q

S P R Q

R Q S P

R Q S P

S P Q R

S P Q R

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Question 5

Time: 00:00:00
S1: April 14 was Good Friday.

(A) Theatres, for example, were open As usual.

(B) It was not observed in the United States with the same general suspension     of worldly activities as in Europe.

(C) His wife and some friends accompanied him.

(D) Lincoln decided that he would attend Ford’s Theatre in Washington that night to see a humorous piece.

S2: They arrived late and were given an ovation.

BADC

BADC

CADB

CADB

BACD

BACD

DABC

DABC

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Question 6

Time: 00:00:00
S1 : The physician must be extremely cautious.

(A) Even a slight misjudgement may result in a permanent affliction or even death.

(B) He must be cautious in his diagnosis and in his treatment of the patient’s malady.

(C) This is why doctors carry malpractice insurance so that if they do make a mistake they do not have to pay the patient out of their pockets.

(D) This is not being mercenary, since doctors are only human, and as the poet says, “to err is human; to forgive divine”.

S6 : No one is perfect.

ADBC

ADBC

BACD

BACD

ADCB

ADCB

CABD

CABD

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Question 7

Time: 00:00:00
S1 : I wanted to avoid violence.

A : I still want to avoid violence.

B : But I had to make my choice.

C : Non-violence is the first article of my faith.

D : It is also the last article of my creed.

S6 : I had either to submit to the tyranny of the British Government or to the fury  of my people.

ACDB

ACDB

ABCD

ABCD

CABD

CABD

DABC

DABC

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Question 8

Time: 00:00:00
(A) We depend on healthy ecosystems for our basic needs from clean air, water, food, energy and materials.

(B) One tenth of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity and one third of freshwater biodiversity has been wiped out since 1970.

(C) It’s easy to agree that with such high stakes, action to protect the diversity of life on earth is vital.

(D) Biodiversity includes all forms of life as well as ecosystems such as forests, oceans and wetlands.

DACB

DACB

BDAC

BDAC

ABDC

ABDC

CBAD

CBAD

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Question 9

Time: 00:00:00
(A) The nucleus controls and directs the activities of all the other parts of the cell.

(B) An animal cell typically contains several types of membrane- bound organs, or organelles

(C) Every cell is surrounded by a membrane or a living covering. Within the membrane is the protoplasm.

(D) The remainder is known as cytoplasm, where any vital activities of the cell take place.

BDAC

BDAC

CADB

CADB

BDCA

BDCA

ADCB

ADCB

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Question 10

Time: 00:00:00
(A) A heart attack, unlike an angina attack, always involves some localized, fairly rapid heart muscle death, or myocardial infarction.

(B) Scientists made a preliminary confirmation of the clinical applicability of nitroglycerin in acute heart attack in human patients.

(C) Nitroglycerin has long been famous for its relief of angina pectoris attacks but ruled out for heart attacks.

(D) The nitroglycerin alone was enough to reduce the magnitude of injury in these five patients.

CADB

CADB

CABD

CABD

BADC

BADC

CBDA

CBDA

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