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English Daily Quiz : 10 March 2022 – For ESIC MTS | इंग्लिश विषयाचे दैनिक क्विझ : 10 मार्च 2022

दरवर्षी सादर करण्यात आलेल्या विशाल अभ्यासक्रम आणि नवीन प्रश्नसंचांमुळे प्रत्येक विषयाचा पुरेपूर सराव करणे कठीण होते. English Daily Quiz पुनरावृत्तीची प्रक्रिया जलद करतात आणि आपल्याला नियमितपणे अभ्यासात शक्य नसलेल्या प्रश्नांच्या सहाय्याने तो पूर्ण मुद्दा अभ्यासात घेण्यास मदत होते. Daily Quiz चा सराव केल्यास आपला वेळ वाचतो, आपल्याकडे मॉक टेस्टमध्ये समर्पित करण्यासाठी एक किंवा दोन तास नसल्यास आपण English Daily Quiz चा प्रयत्न करू शकता. आपल्या सोयीनुसार आपण या Daily Quiz कधीही घेऊ शकता; आपल्याला फक्त 10-12 मिनिटे वाचण्याची आवश्यकता आहे. English Daily Quiz ने केवळ आपला वेळच वाचवत नाही तर हे आपले सामर्थ्य आणि दुर्बलता दोन्ही प्रतिबिंबित करते.

English Daily Quiz: For ESIC MTS

सर्व विषय आणि विविध परीक्षांच्या विशिष्ट English Daily Quiz चा प्रयत्न केला तर आपण ज्या परीक्षेची तयारी करत आहात जसे की MPSC State Service, MPSC Group B, MPSC Group C, Saral Seva Bharati, Talathi, Police Constable, RRB इ. त्यानुसार दररोज तुम्ही English Daily Quiz बघू शकता. परीक्षेसाठी तयारी वाढविण्यासाठी Daily Quiz  हा एक उत्कृष्ट मार्ग आहे. हे आपला वेग वाढवते आणि फक्त काही आठवड्यांत आपणास आपले गुण आणि क्रमवारीत मोठा फरक दिसेल. Daily Quiz आपली तयारी वर्धित करते. तर चला आजची Quiz पाहुयात.

English Daily Quiz: Questions

Directions (1-5): In the following passage there are blanks and each of them is numbered. The numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are given. One of the words in each option best fits the blank appropriately. Select the appropriate word in each case and mark that as your answer

Q1. Nobody can deny the reality of a sense of _________________ (1) in the celebration of New Year despite the knowledge that the only thing that would have really changed is the calendar. Everything else would remain an unbroken continuity. The idea of a New Year is, indeed, another example of what Jason Silva has called the co-creation of reality by the observer and the observed. We created the calendar; now the calendar is, in a _________________ (2) way, creating our subjective reality.

For the north-eastern states, the same can be said of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, a legislation designed to meet, first, the challenge of Naga insurrection and, then, the _________________ (3) of more such secessionist movements in the region. AFSPA was obviously intended as a temporary measure, and a Supreme Court ruling mandated its review every six months wherever it was imposed. However, AFSPA has lasted 64 years, prompting commentators to say this can no longer be termed a ‘state of exception’ but more a revelation of an inherent character of the Indian State and how it sees those in the _________________ (4) of its core historical stream. Hence, the use of a war machine in dealing with civil strife in these spaces does not seem to trouble the nation’s _________________ (5).

(a) Promulgation

(b) Renewal

(c) Ordinance

(d) Envisage

(e) Stringent

Q2. Nobody can deny the reality of a sense of _________________ (1) in the celebration of New Year despite the knowledge that the only thing that would have really changed is the calendar. Everything else would remain an unbroken continuity. The idea of a New Year is, indeed, another example of what Jason Silva has called the co-creation of reality by the observer and the observed. We created the calendar; now the calendar is, in a _________________ (2) way, creating our subjective reality.

For the north-eastern states, the same can be said of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, a legislation designed to meet, first, the challenge of Naga insurrection and, then, the _________________ (3) of more such secessionist movements in the region. AFSPA was obviously intended as a temporary measure, and a Supreme Court ruling mandated its review every six months wherever it was imposed. However, AFSPA has lasted 64 years, prompting commentators to say this can no longer be termed a ‘state of exception’ but more a revelation of an inherent character of the Indian State and how it sees those in the _________________ (4) of its core historical stream. Hence, the use of a war machine in dealing with civil strife in these spaces does not seem to trouble the nation’s _________________ (5).

(a) Substantive

(b) Conviction

(c) Entrenched

(d) Charred

(e) Unequivocal

Q3. Nobody can deny the reality of a sense of _________________ (1) in the celebration of New Year despite the knowledge that the only thing that would have really changed is the calendar. Everything else would remain an unbroken continuity. The idea of a New Year is, indeed, another example of what Jason Silva has called the co-creation of reality by the observer and the observed. We created the calendar; now the calendar is, in a _________________ (2) way, creating our subjective reality.

For the north-eastern states, the same can be said of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, a legislation designed to meet, first, the challenge of Naga insurrection and, then, the _________________ (3) of more such secessionist movements in the region. AFSPA was obviously intended as a temporary measure, and a Supreme Court ruling mandated its review every six months wherever it was imposed. However, AFSPA has lasted 64 years, prompting commentators to say this can no longer be termed a ‘state of exception’ but more a revelation of an inherent character of the Indian State and how it sees those in the _________________ (4) of its core historical stream. Hence, the use of a war machine in dealing with civil strife in these spaces does not seem to trouble the nation’s _________________ (5).

(a) Fidelity

(b) Tenuous

(c) Enshrine

(d) Obfuscation

(e) Proliferation

Q4. Nobody can deny the reality of a sense of _________________ (1) in the celebration of New Year despite the knowledge that the only thing that would have really changed is the calendar. Everything else would remain an unbroken continuity. The idea of a New Year is, indeed, another example of what Jason Silva has called the co-creation of reality by the observer and the observed. We created the calendar; now the calendar is, in a _________________ (2) way, creating our subjective reality.

For the north-eastern states, the same can be said of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, a legislation designed to meet, first, the challenge of Naga insurrection and, then, the _________________ (3) of more such secessionist movements in the region. AFSPA was obviously intended as a temporary measure, and a Supreme Court ruling mandated its review every six months wherever it was imposed. However, AFSPA has lasted 64 years, prompting commentators to say this can no longer be termed a ‘state of exception’ but more a revelation of an inherent character of the Indian State and how it sees those in the _________________ (4) of its core historical stream. Hence, the use of a war machine in dealing with civil strife in these spaces does not seem to trouble the nation’s _________________ (5).

(a) Conscription

(b) Disservice

(c)Periphery

(d) Dichotomy

(e) Contentious

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Q5. Nobody can deny the reality of a sense of _________________ (1) in the celebration of New Year despite the knowledge that the only thing that would have really changed is the calendar. Everything else would remain an unbroken continuity. The idea of a New Year is, indeed, another example of what Jason Silva has called the co-creation of reality by the observer and the observed. We created the calendar; now the calendar is, in a _________________ (2) way, creating our subjective reality.

For the north-eastern states, the same can be said of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, a legislation designed to meet, first, the challenge of Naga insurrection and, then, the _________________ (3) of more such secessionist movements in the region. AFSPA was obviously intended as a temporary measure, and a Supreme Court ruling mandated its review every six months wherever it was imposed. However, AFSPA has lasted 64 years, prompting commentators to say this can no longer be termed a ‘state of exception’ but more a revelation of an inherent character of the Indian State and how it sees those in the _________________ (4) of its core historical stream. Hence, the use of a war machine in dealing with civil strife in these spaces does not seem to trouble the nation’s _________________ (5).

(a) Conscience

(b) Arbitration

(c) Ostensible

(d) Bolster

(e) Fraught

Directions (6-10): In the following passage there are blanks and each of them is numbered. The numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are given. One of the words in each option best fits the blank appropriately. Select the appropriate word in each case and mark that as your answer.

Q6. It has been a long time coming but the Tata Group finally regained control of Air India, seven decades after the government had _________________ (6) the carrier. The handover marks the Narendra Modi government’s first successful privatization effort, eight years into its stint in power. It is a _________________ (7) moment for Air India, the country’s aviation sector, and the government’s role in running businesses. For the airline, which J.R.D. Tata launched in 1932, the homecoming promises to be filled with emotion and challenges. The Tatas had attempted to buy a 40 per cent stake in the airline at the turn of the century in partnership with Singapore Airlines, but the Southeast Asian firm _________________  (8), killing those plans. This time, with the whole of Air India up for sale, the Tatas decided to go all out on their own. It worked, for a price tag of Rs 18,000 crore. Now, it must deal with a series of air pockets — from a pandemic that refuses to go away and will likely _________________ (9) the already debt-ridden Air India further, to an experienced, unionized workforce that is not accustomed to a corporate culture. India’s flag carrier relies on an aging fleet of planes and will need fresh ones to _________________ (10) its recovery.

(a)Nationalized

(b) Embarked

(c) Modicum

(d) Cumbersome

(e) Ceasefire

Q7. It has been a long time coming but the Tata Group finally regained control of Air India, seven decades after the government had _________________ (6) the carrier. The handover marks the Narendra Modi government’s first successful privatization effort, eight years into its stint in power. It is a _________________ (7) moment for Air India, the country’s aviation sector, and the government’s role in running businesses. For the airline, which J.R.D. Tata launched in 1932, the homecoming promises to be filled with emotion and challenges. The Tatas had attempted to buy a 40 per cent stake in the airline at the turn of the century in partnership with Singapore Airlines, but the Southeast Asian firm _________________  (8), killing those plans. This time, with the whole of Air India up for sale, the Tatas decided to go all out on their own. It worked, for a price tag of Rs 18,000 crore. Now, it must deal with a series of air pockets — from a pandemic that refuses to go away and will likely _________________ (9) the already debt-ridden Air India further, to an experienced, unionized workforce that is not accustomed to a corporate culture. India’s flag carrier relies on an aging fleet of planes and will need fresh ones to _________________ (10) its recovery.

(a) Peripheral

(b) Unrelenting

(c) Pivotal

(d) Convening

(e) Indolent

Q8. It has been a long time coming but the Tata Group finally regained control of Air India, seven decades after the government had _________________ (6) the carrier. The handover marks the Narendra Modi government’s first successful privatization effort, eight years into its stint in power. It is a _________________ (7) moment for Air India, the country’s aviation sector, and the government’s role in running businesses. For the airline, which J.R.D. Tata launched in 1932, the homecoming promises to be filled with emotion and challenges. The Tatas had attempted to buy a 40 per cent stake in the airline at the turn of the century in partnership with Singapore Airlines, but the Southeast Asian firm _________________  (8), killing those plans. This time, with the whole of Air India up for sale, the Tatas decided to go all out on their own. It worked, for a price tag of Rs 18,000 crore. Now, it must deal with a series of air pockets — from a pandemic that refuses to go away and will likely _________________ (9) the already debt-ridden Air India further, to an experienced, unionized workforce that is not accustomed to a corporate culture. India’s flag carrier relies on an aging fleet of planes and will need fresh ones to _________________ (10) its recovery.

(a) Call back

(b) Abide by

(c) Bump into

(d) Staved off

(e)Pulled out

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Q9. It has been a long time coming but the Tata Group finally regained control of Air India, seven decades after the government had _________________ (6) the carrier. The handover marks the Narendra Modi government’s first successful privatization effort, eight years into its stint in power. It is a _________________ (7) moment for Air India, the country’s aviation sector, and the government’s role in running businesses. For the airline, which J.R.D. Tata launched in 1932, the homecoming promises to be filled with emotion and challenges. The Tatas had attempted to buy a 40 per cent stake in the airline at the turn of the century in partnership with Singapore Airlines, but the Southeast Asian firm _________________  (8), killing those plans. This time, with the whole of Air India up for sale, the Tatas decided to go all out on their own. It worked, for a price tag of Rs 18,000 crore. Now, it must deal with a series of air pockets — from a pandemic that refuses to go away and will likely _________________ (9) the already debt-ridden Air India further, to an experienced, unionized workforce that is not accustomed to a corporate culture. India’s flag carrier relies on an aging fleet of planes and will need fresh ones to _________________ (10) its recovery.

(a) Bleed

(b) Excite

(c) Acquit

(d) Outlandish

(e) Restive

Q10. It has been a long time coming but the Tata Group finally regained control of Air India, seven decades after the government had _________________ (6) the carrier. The handover marks the Narendra Modi government’s first successful privatization effort, eight years into its stint in power. It is a _________________ (7) moment for Air India, the country’s aviation sector, and the government’s role in running businesses. For the airline, which J.R.D. Tata launched in 1932, the homecoming promises to be filled with emotion and challenges. The Tatas had attempted to buy a 40 per cent stake in the airline at the turn of the century in partnership with Singapore Airlines, but the Southeast Asian firm _________________  (8), killing those plans. This time, with the whole of Air India up for sale, the Tatas decided to go all out on their own. It worked, for a price tag of Rs 18,000 crore. Now, it must deal with a series of air pockets — from a pandemic that refuses to go away and will likely _________________ (9) the already debt-ridden Air India further, to an experienced, unionized workforce that is not accustomed to a corporate culture. India’s flag carrier relies on an aging fleet of planes and will need fresh ones to _________________ (10) its recovery.

(a) Comply

(b) Antagonism

(c) Insurrection

(d) Depict

(e) Turbocharge

 

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English Daily Quiz : Solutions.

S1. Ans. (b)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘resuming something after an interruption’ or ‘the replacement or repair of something’. ‘Renewal’ will fit in the blank (1)

Promulgation: Promulgation is the formal proclamation or the declaration that a new statutory or administrative law is enacted after its final approval.

Ordinance: an order or rule made by a government or somebody in a position of authority

Envisage: to think of something as being possible in the future; to imagine

Stringent: (used about a law, rule, etc.) very strict

Hence, option (b) is the right answer choice.

S2. Ans. (a)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘in a separate and independent existence’ or ‘having a firm basis in reality and so important, meaningful, or considerable.’. ‘substantive’ will fit in the blank (2).

Conviction: a formal declaration by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law that someone is guilty of a criminal offence.

Entrenched: (of an attitude, habit, or belief) firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change; ingrained.

Charred: burnt and blackened.

Unequivocal: leaving no doubt; unambiguous.

Hence, option (a) is the right answer choice.

S3. Ans. (e)

Sol. The context of the blank is rapid increase in the number or amount of something. ‘Proliferation’ will fit in the blank (3).

Fidelity: faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support.

Tenuous: very weak or slight.

Enshrine: place (a revered or precious object) in an appropriate receptacle.

Obfuscation: the action of making something obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.

Hence, option (e) is the right answer choice.

S4. Ans. (c)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘the outer limits or edge of an area or object’. ’Periphery’ will fit in the blank (4).

Conscription: compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the armed forces.

Disservice: a harmful action.

Dichotomy: a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different.

Contentious: causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial.

Hence, option (c) is the right answer choice.

S5. Ans. (a)

Sol. The context of the blank is a person’s moral sense of right and wrong, viewed as acting as a guide to one’s behaviour. ‘Conscience’ will fit in the blank (5).

Arbitration: the use of an arbitrator to settle a dispute.

Ostensible: stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.

Bolster: support and strengthen

Fraught: (of a situation or course of action) filled with or likely to result in (something undesirable).

Hence, option (a) is the right answer choice.

S6. Ans. (a)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘transfer (a major branch of industry or commerce) from private to state ownership or control. ‘Nationalized’ will fit in the blank (6).

Embarked: began (a course of action)

Modicum: a small quantity of a particular thing, especially something desirable or valuable

Cumbersome: large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use; unwieldy.

Ceasefire: a temporary suspension of fighting; a truce.

Hence, option (a) is the right answer choice.

S7. Ans. (c)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘of crucial importance in relation to the development or success of something else’. ‘Pivotal’ will fit in the blank (7).

Peripheral: relating to or situated on the edge or periphery of something.

Unrelenting: not yielding in strength, severity, or determination.

Convening: come or bring together for a meeting or activity; assemble.

Indolent: wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy.

Hence, option (c) is the right answer choice.

S8. Ans. (e)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘withdraw from an undertaking’. ‘Pulled out’ will fit in the blank (8).

Call back: recall sense

Abide by: To respect or obey a decision, a law or a rule

Stave off:  avert or delay something bad or dangerous.

Bump into: To meet by chance or unexpectedly

Hence, option (e) is the right answer choice.

S9. Ans. (a)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘drain (someone) of money or resources’. ‘Bleed’ will fit in the blank.

Excite: cause (someone) to feel very enthusiastic and eager.

Acquit: free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty.

Outlandish: looking or sounding bizarre or unfamiliar.

Restive: (of a person) unable to remain still, silent, or submissive, especially because of boredom or dissatisfaction.

Hence, option (a) is the right answer choice.

S10. Ans. (e)

Sol. The context of the blank is ‘make more powerful, fast, or exciting’. ‘Turbocharge’ will fit in the blank (10).

Comply: act in accordance with a wish or command.

Antagonism: active hostility or opposition.

Insurrection: a violent uprising against an authority or government.

Depict: represent by a drawing, painting, or other art form.

Hence, option (e) is the right answer choice.

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English Daily Quiz  चा सराव का करावा? स्पर्धात्मक परीक्षेत चांगले गुण मिळण्यासाठी सर्व प्रश्नांचा अभ्यास चांगला केला पाहिजे. English Daily Quiz  हे आपले बळकट क्षेत्र बाहेर आणते आणि त्याकडे लक्ष वेधते जेथे काही लक्ष देणे आवश्यक आहे. Daily Quiz चा नियमितपणे प्रयत्न करून, नियमितपणे आपल्या तयारीच्या पातळीचे विश्लेषण करीत आहात. कारण आपल्यासह इतर हजारो इच्छुक रोज त्यांच्या कामगिरीचे मूल्यांकन करण्यासाठी या क्विझचा प्रयत्न करतात.

Daily Quiz in Marathi चे आणखी एक वैशिष्ट्य म्हणजे आपण प्रश्नमंजुषामध्ये विचारलेले तपशीलवार विषयवार प्रश्न तपासू शकता. हे आपणास आपल्या कमकुवत आणि सशक्त क्षेत्राचे विश्लेषण करण्यास मदत करते, नंतर आपण आपल्या कमकुवत भागावर कार्य करू शकता आणि अधिक गुण मिळविण्यासाठी क्विझवर पुन्हा प्रयत्न करू शकता. तसेच तुम्ही Daily Quiz आमच्या Adda247-मराठी App वर सुद्धा प्रयत्न करू शकता. तेथे तुम्ही तुमची Daily Quiz, Quiz ला दिलेल्या वेळेनुसार देऊ शकता.

 

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