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)
Indian stock markets are expected to continue to rise following liquidity
  (D)
to share is no longer coherence.
(B)
The Red Cross constantly supplies
  (E)
food to the disaster areas.
(C)
The memory we used
  (F) support by Reserve Bank of India and firm global cues.
» Explain it
C
Checking C-D:

The memory we used to share is no longer coherence.

The above sentence is grammatically incorrect because the adjective ‘coherent’ should have been used instead of the noun ‘coherence’.

Checking A-F:

Indian stock markets are expected to continue to rise following liquidity support by Reserve Bank of India and firm global cues. 

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-E:

The Red Cross constantly supplies food to the disaster areas.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option C is hence the correct answer.
2
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
Crude oil prices recovered some ground
  (D)
we realise we are all the same.
(B)
His blue coat was dirty
  (E)
after significant losses the previous day.
(C)
Let’s all be unique together until
  (F) neatly folded and kept.
» Explain it
C
Checking A-E:

Crude oil prices recovered some ground after significant losses the previous day.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and  contextually.

Checking B-F:

His blue coat was dirty neatly folded and kept.

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

Checking C-D:

Let’s all be unique together until we realise we are all the same.

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

Option C is hence the correct answer.
3
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
Global markets had been roiled at the start of the
  (D)
glass else you’ll hurt yourself.
(B)
He wasn't looking forward
  (E)
week by new tariffs from the world’s two largest economies.
(C)
Don't step on the broken
  (F)
to this meeting but putting on his best behaviour anyway.
» Explain it
C
Checking B-F:

He wasn't looking forward to this meeting but putting on his best behaviour anyway.

The above sentence is incorrect grammatically as ‘put’ should have been used instead of ‘putting’.

 Checking A-E:

Global markets had been roiled at the start of the week by new tariffs from the world’s two largest economies.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-D:

Don't step on the broken glass else you’ll hurt yourself.

The above sentence is also correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option C is hence the correct answer.
4
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
RBI in its third Bi-monthly Monetary Policy review has reduced its
  (D)
so as to get really good seats.
(B)
Paraphrasing is all well and good as long
  (E)
as you don't have the original sentence in sight when you seek to paraphrase.
(C)
They arrived early
  (F) key policy rate by an unorthodox 35 basis points.
» Explain it
B
Checking A-F:

RBI in its third Bi-monthly Monetary Policy review has reduced its key policy rate by an unorthodox 35 basis points.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-D:

Paraphrasing is all well and good as long as you don't have the original sentence in sight when you seek to paraphrase.

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

Checking C-E:

They arrived early so as to get really good seats.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option B is hence the correct answer.
5
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
Tom couldn't care
  (D)
is focusing on reskilling teaching workforce.
(B)
In a bid to boost education and employment, HRD Ministry
  (E)
they would take your teeth and leave chocolate for you.
(C)
If the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy had babies
  (F) less than the previous one.
» Explain it
C
Checking A-F:

Tom couldn't care less than the previous one.

The sentence doesn't make any sense. The pair A-F is hence invalid.

Checking B-D:

In a bid to boost education and employment, HRD Ministry is focusing on reskilling teaching workforce.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-E:

More and more parents are encouraging their children to play and seek a career of sports.

If the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy had babies they would take your teeth and leave chocolate for you.

Option C is hence the correct answer.