Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Bank Preparation 229

Directions (Q. 91-95) In each of the following questions, rearrange the given sentences (A), (B), (C)
and (D) and indicate the correct sequence in which these sentences must appear so as to make a
meaningful paragraph.

91. A. By increasing these connections the intelligence is also increased.
B. Classical music has been proved to be very helpful in child development.
C. Many doctors now-a-days use it for therapeutic purposes which are based upon the
findings of this research.
D. The research has demonstrated that listening to classical music increases the rate of
nervous connections in brain.

a) BDCA b) DBAC c) ACBD d) BDAC e) BCAD

92. A. This right however comes along with the responsibility which the press is forced to work
with.
B. It means that the pressmen have every right to expose matters related to public and national
interest.
C. Such responsibilities include not broadcasting matters related to national security and other
sensitive issues.
D. Freedom of press is symbolic of democracy.

a) DBCA b) DBAC c) ABCD d) BDAC e) BCDA

93. A. A popular example of this damage is the TajMahal whose marble has been corroded due to
acid rain.
B. It changes the acidic content of water bodies thus affecting the lives of the living
organisms of this habitat.
C. Acid rain has been a major factor responsible for the degradation of the environment.
D. Along with affecting the living beings, it is also responsible for the corrosion of several
heritage buildings thus causing irreparable damages to them.

a) CBAD b) CDBA c) BADC d) BDAC e) CBDA

94. A. Along with missing their education these children also face life threatening dangers by
working in hazardous chemical factories.
B. Child labour has been interfering with the education of millions of children across India.
C. However, there is a dire need to reinforce these laws strictly throughout the country.
D. Many laws have been framed in order to curb this evil.

a) BADC b) CBAD c) DBAC d) BDAC e) BACD

95. A. Their invention has been proved to be a boon to the society since many diseases caused by
the microbes could be cured by these antibiotics.
B. The scientists therefore face a continuous challenge to keep inventing newer drugs to
counter this problem.
C. A major hurdle in the use of antibiotics, however, is that the microbes develop resistance to
the antibiotics thus rendering these ineffective.
D. Antibiotics are chemical substances produced by microbes which are capable of inhibiting
the growth of other microbes.

a) BACD b) CBAD c) DABC d) DACB e) ABDC