Thursday, 11 May 2017

ENGLISH QUIZ:BASED ONNEW PATTERN

Directions (1-5): In each problem below, either part or the whole sentence is underlined. Below the sentence are different ways of writing the underlined part. Answer choice (A) repeats the original; the other answers vary. If you think that the original phrasing is best, choose (A). otherwise choose other given options.

Q1. During the summer of 2001, when it looked like parts of New Delhi and Mumbai were going to run short of water, many businesses and homes were affected by the stringent restrictions on the use of water.
(a) it looked like parts of New Delhi and Mumbai were going to run
(b) It looked as if parts of New Delhi and Mumbai would have run
(c) It appeared that parts of new Delhi and Mumbai would run
(d) appearances were that parts of New Delhi and Mumbai would run
(e) it was the appearance that parts of New Delhi and Mumbai would be running

Q2. Before the independence of India the books of Dr P.K. Yadav presented a fundamental challenge to the accepted ideas of race relations that, two generations later, will be true of the writings of the radical writers of the 1970s.   
(a)  that, two generations later, will be true of
(b) that, two generations later, would be true of 
(c) as, two generation latter, would be true off 
(d) as, two generations later, would be true of 
(e) just in way that, two generations later, did

DI QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg. in five different states)
 
1). In which state is the difference between the cost of one kg of Banana and cost of one kg of Water Melon second lowest?
a)   Andra Pradesh
b)   Karnataka
c)   Kerala

INPUT OUTPUT BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-5): Study the given information and answer the questions:
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and rearrangement.
Input:   23 walking 19 our 15 streets 16 match point 13
Step I:    streets 23 walking our 15 16 match point 13 19  
Step II:  point streets 23 walking our 15 match 13 19 16
Step III: walking point streets our 15 match 13 19 16 23 
Step IV: match walking point streets our 15 19 16 23 13
Step V:  our match walking point streets 19 16 23 13 15