RBI ASST ENGLISH QUIZ 2

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Question 1:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words. 


The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Select the most appropriate option for (D). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Question 2:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words. 


The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Select the most appropriate option for (C). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Question 3:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words. 


The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Select the most appropriate option for (B). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Question 4:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words. 


The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Select the most appropriate option for (A). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The role of local institutions of gram panchayat or joint forest management committees is now restricted to be a consultative institution instead of being partners in planning and implementation. This ___A___ and alienation from the participatory planning and implementation of various schemes further affects the ___B___ between Forest Departments and communities, endangering the protection of forests. This is more relevant while ___C___ restoration activities including tree planting outside the designated forest areas where motivation and encouragement of stakeholders (especially panchayats and urban local bodies) are crucial. As committed at Glasgow, India will have to ‘focus much more on climate change and ___D___ strategies and programmes to achieve the net zero target’. Besides reducing the quantum of emissions in a phased manner itself full of challenges the approaches for carbon storage and offsetting through natural sinks such as forests need to be given equal priority.

Question 5:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.


The protests that ___ (A) ___  in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___ (B) ___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___ (C)  ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___  (D)  ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___  (E) ___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___  (F)  ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Select the most appropriate option for (F). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The protests that ___(A)___ in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___(B)___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___(C) ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___ (D) ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___ (E)___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___ (F) ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Question 6:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.


The protests that ___ (A) ___  in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___ (B) ___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___ (C)  ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___  (D)  ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___  (E) ___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___  (F)  ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Select the most appropriate option for (E). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The protests that ___(A)___ in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___(B)___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___(C) ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___ (D) ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___ (E)___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___ (F) ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Question 7:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.


The protests that ___ (A) ___  in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___ (B) ___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___ (C)  ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___  (D)  ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___  (E) ___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___  (F)  ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Select the most appropriate option for (D). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The protests that ___(A)___ in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___(B)___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___(C) ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___ (D) ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___ (E)___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___ (F) ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Question 8:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.


The protests that ___ (A) ___  in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___ (B) ___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___ (C)  ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___  (D)  ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___  (E) ___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___  (F)  ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Select the most appropriate option for (C). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The protests that ___(A)___ in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___(B)___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___(C) ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___ (D) ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___ (E)___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___ (F) ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Question 9:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.


The protests that ___ (A) ___  in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___ (B) ___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___ (C)  ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___  (D)  ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___  (E) ___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___  (F)  ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Select the most appropriate option for (B). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The protests that ___(A)___ in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___(B)___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___(C) ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___ (D) ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___ (E)___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___ (F) ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Question 10:

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.


The protests that ___ (A) ___  in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___ (B) ___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___ (C)  ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___  (D)  ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___  (E) ___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___  (F)  ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.

Select the most appropriate option for (A). 

Direction: In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank three pairs of words are suggested. One option can fit the blank grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

The protests that ___(A)___ in Kazakhstan over a fuel price hike have ___(B)___ into the biggest political crisis the oil rich Central Asian country’s leadership has faced in over three decades. Kazakhstan, which broke away from the Soviet Union to become an independent republic in 1991, has been tightly ruled by “strong men” ever since. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country’s powerful leader, ___(C) ___ as President in 2019, but retained an outsize influence over the government of his cherry picked successor, Kassym­Jomart Tokayev. The capital city was named after Mr.Nazarbayev as Nur Sultan and his statues ___ (D) ___ across the country. Unsurprisingly, Mr. Nazarbayev, who embodies the old regime, was the centre of public anger. The protesters, chanting slogans, such as “old man out”, burned his statues. Shaken by the mass gatherings and violence, Mr. Tokayev took a series of swift measures to ___ (E)___ the unrest. He reversed the fuel price hike, sacked his Cabinet and replaced Mr. Nazarbayev as the Security Council’s chair with himself. He has also ___ (F) ___ the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization for help.