English Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 - Set 3 - Sentence Improvement


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Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence meaningful and grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and no correction is required, mark (e) as the answer.

1. Innovators create products which is an outgrowing of what they imagine, things that help them create a world they would like to live in.
(a) what is an outgrowing of what has been imagined by them
(b) which are an outgrowth of what they imagine
(c) which are outgrowing what they imagine
(d) which outgrew their imagination
(e) No correction required


2. The product-driven organisation has the product as the most important element in everything it does.
(a) does everything to have the product’s most important element
(b) does the most important things to have all elements of importance in its products
(c) had the product as the most important element in everything they do
(d) keeps the most important element in every product they do
(e) No correction required



3. He had always have a full measure of a trait that is a mark of a successful leader—determination.
(a) did always do a full measure of a trait
(b) had always did have a full measure of a trait
(c) had always have a fully measured traits
(d) has always had a full measure of a trait
(e) No correction required




4. Most of the people were dumbfounded and obviously uncomfortable by the performance that was expected of them.
(a) with the performance that they were expecting
(b) by the performance that they were expected with
(c) with the performance that was expected of them
(d) at the performance which had expectations of them
(e) No correction required



5. If he considered you to be a bright, capable and made contribution to his proposed project, he would listen to your criticising him.
(a) are bright, capable and had made contribution to
(b) to be bright, capable and making contribution to
(c) to be bright, capable and had been contributed for
(d) would have been bright, capable and contributing with
(e) No correction required



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