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Directions:(1-5) In the given passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. Against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

1.
The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

2.
The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

3.
The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

4.
The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

5.
The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

Directions:(6-10) In the given passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. Against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

6.
It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

7.
It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

8.
It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

9.
It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

10.
It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

 

 

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Directions:(1-5) In the given passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. Against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

 Ans: 2
the correct answer for the blank will be ‘mainstream’ which means prevailing or dominant.

2. Question

The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

Ans: 1
the correct answer for the following blank will be ‘explicitly’ which means clearly or certainly

3. Question

The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

Ans: 4
 the correct answer for the blank will be ‘eliminate’ whose meaning is to remove or omit.

4. Question

The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

Ans: 2
the correct answer for the blank will be ‘suppress’ whose meaning is to restrain or hold in check. Here, it is used for minimizing the use of cryptocurrencies.

5. Question

The hope that private crypto currencies would become ……….(1)………. money suffered a setback last week. In his Budget speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the first time ……….(2)………. said that crypto currencies such as bitcoin are not legal forms of money in India and that the government would take steps to……….(3)………. their use. Mr. Jaitley is not the only politician worldwide to consider crypto currencies a danger to the status quo. Under the guise of protecting investors, governments in China and South Korea recently took steps to ……….(4)……….the use of crypto currencies, thus adding to the extreme ……….(5)………. of their price moves. Why are governments so keen to destroy private crypto currencies?

Ans: 3
the correct answer for the blank will be ‘volatility’ whose meaning is instability and unpredictable nature.

Directions:(6-10) In the given passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. Against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
6. Question

It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

Ans: 4
the correct answer is ‘midst’ whose meaning is middle or core.

7. Question

It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

Ans: 3
the correct answer is ‘promising’ whose meaning is hopeful, which is appropriate in the context.

8. Question

It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

Ans: 1
the correct answer is ‘outcomes’ whose meaning is consequence or result.

9. Question

It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

Ans: 2
the correct answer is ‘focus’ whose meaning is center of attraction or target.

10. Question

It is clear that we are in the……….(6)………. of an agrarian and rural crisis. The budget has addressed part of this – the farm crisis – by ……….(7)……….returns of 50% over the cost of production (by increasing the minimum support price, or the price at which the government picks up grain from farmers). It has also announced a spend of 14.3lakh Crore on rural infrastructure, which, it hopes, will set off a virtuous cycle that will, among other ……….(8)………., create jobs (back of the envelope calculations show a full year of work for around 10 million people being created).The ……….(9)………. on the farm and rural economy didn’t come as a surprise, though. What did was the government’s ……….(10)………. in the health insurance space.

Ans: 5
the correct answer is ‘intervention’ whose meaning is the act of intervening i.e., interference.

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