English Questions for LIC AAO 2019 | Sentence Connectors Quiz 20 for LIC AAO and SBI PO 2019 Exams

Directions: In the following questions two columns are given containing three Sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options given forms a correct sentence after combination, mark option (E), i.e. “None of these” as your answer.
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Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) The TDB, however, will provide all possible facilities   (D) to stand in the queue for over 17 continuous hours on a particular day.
(B) It will be very difficult and challenging   (E) for women devotees which will reach the shrine from October 16.
(C) During the last annual pilgrim season, devotees had   (F) to the Board to provide any special amenities for devotees in the present context.
» Explain it
C
The TDB, however, will provide all possible facilities for women devotees which will reach the shrine from October 16. 

Fragment A of column 1 is matched with fragment E of column 2 to make the sentence contextually correct but it has a grammatical error regarding use of 'which'. "Which" is used for non-living things, whereas here it is used for female devotees which represents a class of living-beings. Thus instead of 'which', use of "who" is preferred. Correct sentence – The TDB, however, will provide all possible facilities for women devotees who will reach the shrine from October 16.

It will be very difficult and challenging to the Board to provide any special amenities for devotees in the present context. 

Fragment B of column 1 is matched with fragment F of column 2 to make the sentence contextually correct but grammatically wrong preposition is being used over here. The phrase should be reframed as "for the Board" instead of 'to the board'. Board is the authority that whill provide amenities to the devotees, thus this will be a challenge for the board. Thus the correct sentence is – It will be very difficult and challenging for the Board to provide any special amenities for devotees in the present context. 

During the last annual pilgrim season, devotees had to stand in the queue for over 17 continuous hours on a particular day.

Fragment C of column 1 is matched with fragment D of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

Therefore only C-D makes valid combination.

Hence option C is correct.
2
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) The air violation was noted around 12.10 p.m.   (D) the Pakistani troops exchanged fire on the LoC in north Kashmir's Kupwara district.
(B) The Pakistani military helicopter flew for nearly five minutes   (E) within 250 m of the LoC and hovered over the Gulpur sector before turned back.
(C) The incident comes a day after the Indian and    (F) or it was committed by a Pakistani helicopter in the Poonch sector.
» Explain it
A
The air violation was noted around 12.10 p.m. or it was committed by a Pakistani helicopter in the Poonch sector. 

Fragment A of column 1 is matched with fragment F of column 2 to make the sentence contextually correct but it has a grammatical error regarding use of 'or'. "or" is used to define a choice between two related things but the circumstances are entirely different to each other. One talks about the time of incidence and another describes the doer of incidence. Correct sentence – The air violation was noted around 12.10 p.m. and it was committed by a Pakistani helicopter in the Poonch sector. 

The Pakistani military helicopter flew for nearly five minutes within 250 m of the LoC and hovered over the Gulpur sector before turned back. 

Fragment B of column 1 is matched with fragment E of column 2 to make the sentence contextually correct but grammatically wrong form of verb is being used over here. The phrase should be reframed as "turning back" instead of 'turned back'. Thus the correct sentence is – The Pakistani military helicopter flew for nearly five minutes within 250 m of the LoC and hovered over the Gulpur sector before turning back.  

The incident comes a day after the Indian and the Pakistani troops exchanged fire on the LoC in north Kashmir's Kupwara district. 

Fragment C of column 1 is matched with fragment D of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

Therefore only C-D makes valid combination.

Hence option A is correct.
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Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) Majority decisions in the court    (D) personal law practices, usages and customs which were considered taboo.
(B) Triple talaq is against the basic tenets of    (E) continues to take cover behind legal technicalities.
(C) The court has not shied away from confronting age-old   (F) the Holy Quran, and consequently, it violates Shariat.
» Explain it
D
Major decisions in the court continues to take cover behind legal technicalities.

Fragment A of column 1 is matched with fragment E of column 2 to make the sentence contextually correct but it has a grammatical error regarding use of verb. Here subject is plural (decisions) thus the verb should also be plural i.e. continue rather than continues. Correct sentence – Major decisions in the court continue to take cover behind legal technicalities.

Triple talaq is against the basic tenets of the Holy Quran, and consequently, it violates Shariat.

Fragment B of column 1 is matched with fragment F of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.  

The court has not shied away from confronting age-old personal law practices, usages and customs which were considered taboo.

Fragment C of column 1 is matched with fragment D of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

Therefore B-E and C-D make valid combination.

Hence option D is correct.
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Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) Our car moved forward and   (D) Sana Khan home when the incident take place.
(B) The victim was dropping his colleague   (E) , if needed, the case will also be sent to CBI. 
(C) Prima facie the guilty have been arrested and    (F) collided with the wall of an underpass.
» Explain it
B
Our car moved forward and collided with the wall of an underpass.

Fragment A of column 1 is matched with fragment F of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

The victim was dropping his colleague Sana Khan home when the incident take place.

Fragment B of column 1 is matched with fragment D of column 2 to make the sentence contextually correct but it has a grammatical error of wrong tense. The sentence is in past tense , thus instead of take, its second form "took" is correct to be used here. Correct sentence – The victim was dropping his colleague Sana Khan home when the incident took place.

Prima facie the guilty have been arrested and if needed, the case will also be sent to SBI. 

Fragment C of column 1 is matched with fragment E of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

Therefore C-E and A-F make valid combination.

Hence option B is correct.
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Column (1)   Column (2)
(A) Even after they got back home after the rescue operation,    (D) take up fishing and support his two younger brothers.
(B) The irony is, his name does not even   (E) Jineesh and group were in constant touch with those rescued, over phone.
(C) Jineesh had given up on his studies after completing Plus Two, to   (F)  appear in the official list of rescuers.
» Explain it
B
Even after they got back home after the rescue operation, Jineesh and group were in constant touch with those rescued, over phone.

Fragment A of column 1 is matched with fragment E of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

The irony is, his name does not even appear in the official list of rescuers.

Fragment B of column 1 is matched with fragment F of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.  

Jineesh had given up on his studies after completing Plus Two, to take up fishing and support his two younger brothers.

Fragment C of column 1 is matched with fragment D of column 2 to make the sentence contextually and grammatically correct.

Therefore A-E , B-F and C-D make valid combination.

Hence option B is correct.
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