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 automobile industry employs 37 million
  (D)
and it was a lovely sight.
(B)
Suddenly the lights went out
  (E)
people and contributes to seven percent of the country's GDP.
(C)
The waves were crashing on the shore
  (F)
dust finally settled.
» Explain it
D
Checking B-F:

Suddenly the lights went out dust finally settled.

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

Checking A-E:

The automobile industry employs 37 million people and contributes to seven percent of the country's GDP.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-D:

The waves were crashing on the shore and it was a lovely sight.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option D is hence the correct answer.
2
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
The International Monetary Fund has already
  (D)
dancer than a singer.
(B)
She has started to gain weight suddenly
  (E)
pared India's growth projections citing lowered domestic demand.
(C)
I would rather be a
  (F)
the wild elephant was no longer sane.
» Explain it
D
Checking B-F:

She has started to gain weight suddenly the wild elephant was no longer sane.

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

Checking A-E:

The International Monetary Fund has already pared India's growth projections citing lowered domestic demand.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-D:

I would rather be a dancer than a singer.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option D is hence the correct answer.
3
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
Entering into parallel pecuniary relationships with stakeholders can be detrimental
  (D)
was summoned for a hearing.
(B)
We thought he loved her but it
  (E)
to the interests of a company, given that such parties influence decision making.
(C)
She always speaks to him
  (F)
turned out that he loved another girl.
» Explain it
C
Checking C-D:

She always speaks to him was summoned for a hearing.

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

Checking A-E:

Entering into parallel pecuniary relationships with stakeholders can be detrimental to the interests of a company, given that such parties influence decision making.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-F:

We thought he loved her but it turned out that he loved another girl.

The above sentence is also correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option C is hence the correct answer.
4
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
The US had given a conditional waiver
  (D)
than I had initially thought it would be.
(B)
The scores are low because the
  (E)
task is cognitively demanding.
(C)
Writing a list of random sentences is harder
  (F)
to eight nations to keep buying oil from Iran.
» Explain it
B
Explanation: 

Checking A-F:

The US had given a conditional waiver to eight nations to keep buying oil from Iran.

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-E:

The scores are low because the task is cognitively demanding.

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

Checking C-D:

Writing a list of random sentences is harder than I had initially thought it would be.

The above sentence too is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option B is hence the correct answer.
5
Column (1)   Column (2)
(A)
Trade secrets could be anything ranging from
  (D)
she wanted to buy a jumpsuit.
(B)
Despite knowing that it won’t suit her
  (E)
and he went to the theatre instead.
(C)
He was supposed to go to school
  (F)
designs and processes to methods or information.
» Explain it
D
Checking A-F:

Trade secrets could be anything ranging from designs and processes to methods or information. 

The above sentence is correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking B-D:

Despite knowing that it won’t suit her she wanted to buy a jumpsuit.

The above sentence is also correct both grammatically and contextually.

Checking C-E:

He was supposed to go to school and he went to the theatre instead.

Here, as the sentence implies contrast in ideas, usage of the conjunction 'and' is absurd. Instead of 'and' 'but' should have been used. Hence, the sentence doesn't make any sense. The pair C-E is hence invalid.

Option D is hence the correct answer.