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Banking Pathway : English Quiz

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Directions (Q. 1-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

Studies (1) the impact of computer models to support policy—making processes in organizations have (2) that client involvement in the model-building process is often a (3) for effective model-building. One important reason is that the process
of model-building is frequently more important than the resulting model. Model-building itself is largely a (4) process about the problem. Most (5) about the characteristics of an ill- structured problem are gained during the (6) process of designing a computer model, rather than after the model is finished. Another important reason is that most information in an organization (7) in the mental models of organization members. To support policy- making in organization it is this knowledge which needs to be (8) and represented in the model. An important topic in client-oriented or (9) model building thus becomes the (10) of relevant knowledge contained in the mental models of participants.


1. 
1) evaluating
2) focusing
3) projecting
4) advocating
5) directing

2. 
1) devised
2) exhibited
3) convinced
4) attributed
5) indicated

3. 
1) support
2) valuation
3) prerequisite
4) material
5) blueprint

4. 
1) valuable
2) durable
3) tedious
4) learning
5) critical

5. 
1) thinking
2) insights
3) planning
4) appreciation
5) opinion

6. 
1) elongated
2) concentrated 3
3) iterative
4) evolving
5) consummate

7. 
1) resides
2) follows
3) settles
4) lies
5) committed 

8. 
1) extended
2) bisected
3) subjected
4) captured
5) attributed

9. 
1) revolving
2) interactive
3) dogmatic
4) accentuated
5) formative

10. 
1) demarcation
2) formation
3) proliferation
4) association
5) elicitation

Directions(11- 15): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

11. 1) The third season of / 2) the popular television show will ends/ 3) on a grand note with / 4) celebrities dancing and having fun / 5) No error.

12. 1) The website which does not / 2) accept advertisements and is funded / 3) entirely by donations, describes itself / 4) as fifth most popular website on the planet / 5) No error.

13. 1) As sharing crime- statistics for / 2) the year 2011, the Commissioner admitted that / 3) there had been an undue delay in / 4) the setting up of an anti- narcotics cell. / 5) No error.

14. 1) The moon may be the best place / 2) to look for aliens as there / 3) footprints on their surface would / 4) last far longer than radio signals 5) No error.

15. 1) The company aims / 2) to nearly double / 3) its revenues on the back / 4) of a strongest product pipeline / 5) No error.

Answers..

1. (1)
2. (5)
3. (3)
4. (4)
5. (2)
6. (3)
7. (4)
8. (4)
9. (2)
10. (5)
11. (2); Replace 'ends' with 'end'.
12. (4); Replace 'website' with 'one.'
13. (1); Replace 'as' with 'while'.
14. (3); Replace 'their' with 'its'.
15. (4); Replace 'Strongest' with 'Strong'.
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