Directions: You are required to match statements from columns 1 and 2 and find which of the following pairs of statement make sense meaningfully and grammatically.
1
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
The NCLAT had held that Essar Steel's operational creditors be treated on par
  (D)
So many measures were taken.
(B)
she needs to quit worrying
  (E)
then and now is inflation.
(C)
The biggest differentiator between
  (F) with financial creditors when settling the claims.
» Explain it
D
Checking B-D:

She needs to quit worrying then and now is inflation.

The sentence doesn't make any sense. The pair B-D is hence invalid.

Checking A-F:

The NCLAT had held that Essar Steel's operational creditors be treated on par with financial creditors when settling the claims.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-E:

The biggest differentiator between then and now is inflation.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option D is hence the correct answer.
2
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
Infosys Foundation's FCRA licence now stands
  (D)
only coming out to breathe in air.
(B)
He ran out of money,
  (E)
cancelled after the Ministry agreed to accept its request.
(C)
We went to a Japanese restaurant
  (F)
so he had to stop playing poker.
» Explain it
D
Checking A-E:

Infosys Foundation's FCRA licence now stands cancelled after the Ministry agreed to accept its request.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-F:

He ran out of money, so he had to stop playing poker.

The above sentence is also correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-D:

We went to a Japanese restaurant only coming out to breathe in air.

The above sentence too is incorrect both grammatically and contextually. Hence, the pair C-D is invalid.

Option D is hence the correct answer
3
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
The old power structure of world oil
  (D)
in the clear night sky.
(B)
The stars are twinkling
  (E)
the garbage needed picking up.
(C)
Harry wanted Sally to take out
  (F) markets could be on the verge of a potentially far-reaching shift.
» Explain it
C
Checking A-F:

The old power structure of world oil markets could be on the verge of a potentially far-reaching shift.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-D:

The stars are twinkling in the clear night sky.

The above sentence is also correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-E:

Harry wanted Sally to take out the garbage needed picking up.

The sentence doesn't make any sense contextually. The pair C-E is hence invalid.
 
Option c is hence the correct answer.
4
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
India has been striving to reduce supply risks in the
  (D)
she went to the movie alone.
(B)
Since everyone was busy
  (E)
the main point of what he said.
(C)
I couldn't even understand
  (F) backdrop of rising geopolitical uncertainties.
» Explain it
B
Checking A-F:

India has been striving to reduce supply risks in the backdrop of rising geopolitical uncertainties.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-D:

Since everyone was busy she went to the movie alone.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and
contextually as well.

Checking C-E:

I couldn't even understand the main point of what he said.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option B is hence the correct answer.
5
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
The case filed by it had accused TCS
  (D)
that he was still alive.
(B)
We checked to make sure
  (E)
lose around my waist.
(C)
This is a little bit too
  (F)
of stealing its intellectual property.
» Explain it
D
Checking A-F:

The case filed by it had accused TCS of stealing its intellectual property.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-D:

This is a little bit too lose around my waist.

The above sentence is incorrect. “Loose” should be used instead
of “lose” in order to make it meaningfully correct.

Option D is hence the correct answer.
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