English Fill Ups Set 17
We are here with English fill in the blank questions which have become very important with change in pattern of competitive exams. Fill up questions are being regularly asked in all competitive examinations.
Directions (1-5): Four sentences are given with a blank in each. Five words are also given. The blank in each sentence can be filled by one or more of the four words given. Similarly, each word given in the choices can go into any number of sentences. Identify the number of sentences each word can go into and mark as your answer the maximum number of sentences any word can go into.
Q1. A good transport system performing in logistic activities brings benefits not only to service quality _______________.
(a) alone to company’s competition
(b) but also to the competitive company
(c) and also to company competitiveness
(d) but also to company competitiveness
Q2. In pursuance of the _______________ in the Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985, the Administrative Tribunals set-up under it exercise original jurisdiction in respect of service matters of employees covered by it.
(a) conditions entertained
(b) provision contained
(c) requirements list
(d) provisions adjusted
Q3. By 2009, less than half of the passenger car production by the largest six Japanese producers _______________ in Japan.
(a) was undertaken
(b) had been operated
(c) were pursued
(d) was executed
Q4. Over 90 percent of coal is _______________ the electricity sector.
(a) won by
(b) earmarked by
(c) consumed by
(d) retained on
Q5. _______________ can arise out of Off-market Trades or Market Trades.
Sol. ‘but also to company competitiveness’. “Not only- but also” is correlative conjunction and always used in pairs.
Sol. ‘provision contained’.
Sol. ‘was undertaken; singular verb will be used for the word ‘production’.
Sol. ‘consumed by’ is correct phrasal verb in the given context of the sentence.
Sol. Transfers-is correct word in the given sentence.