Directions (Q. 1- 5): In the following questions, a sentence has been given with some of its parts in bold. To make the sentence correct, you have to replace the bold part with the correct alternative given below. If the sentence is correct as it is, please give 5) as your answer (ie No correction required).

1. As Congress stood its ground, refusing to concede the opposition’s demand for the scalps of Prime Minister and two of his cabinet colleagues, the BJP scaled for its vociferous call for Mr. Singh’s resignation.

Scaled on

Scaled down

Scaled out

Scaled in

No correction required


2. He too the party by surprise when he walked into its parliamentary party meeting and attacked the leadership for having being soft about the UPA government on the corruption issue.

Having been soft about

Being soft for

Being soft about

Being soft on

No correction required


3. With the Supreme Court giving the green signal, the first reactor of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project is thinking to go critical any time this month.

is likely to go

Likes to go

Thinks to go

Imagining to go

No correction required


4. There was never a quo pro quid between dismantling of structures put up by the Indian army and the withdrawal by Chinese troops after three weeks of camping on a disputed plateau in eastern Ladakh.

pro quo quid

pro quid quo

quid pro quo

quo quid pro

No correction required


5. He said it also violated the guidelines of the UGC, as it is mandatory that changes in the course structure have to get its nod.

Has to gets nod

Has to get its not

Have to receive its concession

Have to follow its permission

No correction required


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