1. One or more of the sentence(s) is/are grammatically incorrect. You have to identify the incorrect sentence(s).
I. It began with acquisitions in information technology and related services sector. II. In pharmaceuticals, Wockhardt has bought C.P. Pharma of the United Kingdom for $ 10.85 million. III. Tata Tea has taken over Tetley of the UK, the world’s biggest tea bag maker, for $ 430 million. IV. With the processes, it has become the world’s second largest tea company.
(a) II and IV (b) IV only (c) II and III (d) I, II and IV
2. One or more of the sentence(s) is/are grammatically incorrect. You have to identify the incorrect sentence(s).
I. There are two main reasons for that predatory mood. II. Having established a domestic presence, the component makers are now looking for an international presence. III. Second, having improved their productivity, quality and reliability, Indian companies feel more confident about spreading their wings abroad. IV. Various other factors are being attributed to this Indian penchant for the takeover game in all sectors.
(a) I only (b) I and II (c) II only (d) III and IV
3. One or more of the sentence(s) is/are grammatically incorrect. You have to identify the incorrect sentence(s).
I. Moving one by one step away from the expected with the graphics and photography can also create reader’s interest. II. Try using a conceptual image or photo to highlight your main message versus very first thing to come to mind when thinking about your product of services. III. Another form of contrast is in the actual design.
IV. An unusual fold in a brochure or direct mail piece can add excitement.
(a) I and II (b) II and III (c) I and IV (d) No error
4. One or more of the sentence(s) is/are grammatically incorrect. You have to identify the incorrect sentence(s).
I. The typeface that you choose for your print project is an important piece of the foremost overall design process. II. First, narrow down your choice by selecting the tone you want to present. (III) Typefaces can convey personality. III. For instance, if you are in the banking industry you might choose a classic serif font, such as Garamond, to convey dependability.
(a) I only (b) II only (c) III only (d) IV only
5. One or more of the sentence(s) is/are grammatically incorrect. You have to identify the incorrect sentence(s).
I. Readability is crucial. II. Be sure of the font we choose is legible and logical. III. With all of the newest and interesting typefaces available today, it is tempting to pick one that you think looks “cool”. IV. This can work if you are going for an edgy look that will appeal to a youngaudience, but your copy still needs to be easily understood.
(a) I and IV (b) II only (c) III only (d) II and III
6. Unless he …………. this office , I will not say anything.
(a) Left (b) Did not leave (c) Leaves (d) Had left
7. …………, I would help all the poor people.
(a) If I am rich (b) If I was rich (c) If I were rich (d) In case I am rich.
8. I .…….. the news an hour ago.
(a) Have heard (b) Heard (c) Was hearing (d) Have been hearing
9. I waited for ………………………….. hour and then I went home.
(a) a (b) an (c) the (d) No article
10. The boy is not interested in playing …………?
(a) Doesn’t he? (b) Isn’t he? (c) Didn’t he? (d) Shouldn’t he?
11. He told us that we should never live beyond ……… means.
(a) His (b) Their (a) c) Our (c) Her
12. May I request ……… you again to consider my case favourably.
(a) To (b) Onto (c) Of (d) No proposition required
13. Known as devout and serious person, she also has …….. sense of humour.
(a) Better (b) Quick (c) Good (d) Beautiful
14. Galileo said, ’The Earth …….. around the sun’.
(a) Revolved (b) Is revolving (c) Revolves (d) Is revolved
15. We ….. our work before the guests arrived at our house.
(a) Shall finish (b) Have finished (c) Had finished (d) Shall have finished.
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