Phrase Replacement Exercises with Answers

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Phrase Replacement Exercises with Answers

In this we have provide, High Quality Phrase Replacement Exercises for Bank, SSC, RRB Exams. Candidates can practice with these exercise questions. We have provide the detailed explanations and answer for the Phrase Replacement ExercisesSurely this will give detailed knowledge about Phrase Replacement Skills.

Directions (1-109): Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) And (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no change is required, mark (5) as the answer.

  1. He has emphatic always opposed to the proposals.
  • (a) Emphatically always oppose
  • (b) Always emphatically opposed
  • (c) Always emphatic oppose
  • (d) Emphatically opposed always
  • (e) No change required
  1. Sometimes taking the most basic ingredients and using the simple for cooking technique can produce marvellous taste.
  • (a) simplest of cooking techniques
  • (b) simple for cooking technique
  • (c) simplest of cooking technique
  • (d) simplest of cooking techniques
  • (e) No change required
  1. To lie anytime is a sin and it is worse to utter a lie while per-forming a yoga.
  • (a) Sometime was a sin
  • (b) Anytime is sin
  • (c) Anytime has a sin
  • (d) Always has a sin
  • (e) No change required
  1. The flyovers of city was built by ensuring smooth traffic flow.
  • (a) was built for ensuring
  • (b) were built by ensuring
  • (c) were built to ensure
  • (d) was built to ensure
  • (e) No change required
  1. The technologies may astonished, its social and   economic value is less so.
  • (a) may astonishing
  • (b) may be astonishing
  • (c) will astonished
  • (d) will be astonished
  • (e) No change required
  1. A man convicted by stealing goods from the godowns.
  • (a) was convicted of stealing
  • (b) is convicting of stealing
  • (c) was convicted of stolen
  • (d) was being convicted for steal
  • (e) No change required
  1. A devotee pays obeisance for God on the occasion of festival
  • (a) obeisance by God
  • (b) Obeisance with God
  • (c) Obeisance to God
  • (d) obsession of God
  • (e) No change required
  1. A generous king once announced that he would gave gifts by the deserved.
  • (a) gave gifts to the deserving
  • (b) give gifts to the deserving
  • (c) given gifts to the deserving
  • (d) give gifts by the deserving
  • (e) No change required
  1. Renewable can play a greater role for a sustained energy by future prospects
  • (a) in a sustainable energy for
  • (b) by a sustained energy to
  • (c) in a sustained energy for
  • (d) in a sustained energy by
  • (e) No change required
  1. The ministry will be soon launched a communication strategy for Amaranth Yatra to spread awareness among pilgrims.
  • (a) will be soon launching
  • (b) will have soon launching
  • (c) will have soon been launched
  • (d) shall have soon been launched
  • (e) No change required
  1. The latest UN report places India’s maternal mortality as the high in a world at 17% of global maternal mortality.
  • (a) higher in a world
  • (b) as the highest in the world
  • (c) as higher of the world
  • (d) for the highest in the world
  • (e) No change required
  1. India is country where the human sound has carried meaning, often deep, for millennia.
  • (a) sound have carried mean
  • (b) sound have carried meaning
  • (c) sound will have carried meaning
  • (d) sound has been carried away meaning
  • (e) No change required
  1. It certainly is annoying to living for a street with odd or offensive name such as sewer road.
  • (a) to live for a street with even
  • (b) live on a street with odd
  • (c) live on a street for odd
  • (d) living on a street with odd
  • (e) No change required
  1. The unit for inter sector interventions should block, and not the district as the former is more compact
  • (a) sector interventions should be block
  • (b) sector interaction should block
  • (c) sectoral interventions should be block
  • (d) sectoral interventions should be blocked
  • (e) No change required
  1. Many Indian art forms are ritual as well as enriched with artistic flavor.
  • (a) is ritual as
  • (b) are ritualistic as
  • (c) is ritualistic as
  • (d) are ritualistic that
  • (e) No change required
  1. Whether people change or not is largely determines by ‘why’ they change.
  • (a) large determinant of
  • (b) largely determined by
  • (c) large determination by
  • (d) larger determinant for
  • (e) No change required
  1. With the night mentoring at the top, everyone stands to gain.
  • (a) for gain
  • (b) to gaining
  • (c) of gained
  • (d) to gained
  • (e) No change required
  1. The best leaders know how to kept moving forward even in ambiguous situations.
  • (a) know how to keep
  • (b) knows how to keep
  • (c) know how for keeping
  • (d) knowing what to keep
  • (e) No change required
  1. Asking questions helps us better understand what has been say.
  • (a) has being said
  • (b) has been said
  • (c) have been say
  • (d) has been saying
  • (e) No change required
  1. A high performer is four hundred times much productivity than the average performer.
  • (a) more produce
  • (b) productive more
  • (c) more productive
  • (d) much products
  • (e) No change required
  1. Some countries that missing the first Green Revolution due to poor policies are now witnessing a change and are becoming more self-sufficient.
  • (a) that were missing
  • (b) have missing
  • (c) which missed out on
  • (d) being missing
  • (e) No change required
  1. Online shopping is projected to increase by 350 percent during peak festival seasons on account of the unbelievably low prices offered by retailers.
  • (a) unbelievable low price
  • (b) lowest unbelievable price
  • (c) unbelievably lowering price
  • (d) prices being unbelievably low.
  • (e) No change required
  1. Asian firms need to spend 50 percent more than the research and development and coming with breakthrough innovations to be competitive.
  • (a) came into
  • (b) have come through
  • (c) are having
  • (d) come up with
  • (e) No change required
  1. An audit of private electricity distribution companies will be undertaken before the government announces to hike up to tariffs.
  • (a) hike tariffs
  • (b) a hiking tariff
  • (c) on hiking tariffs
  • (d) any hike in tariffs
  • (e) No change required
  1. Sustain level growth required to lift millions of people out of poverty will require rethinking of country’s economic policy.
  • (a) To sustain level
  • (b) Sustaining the level of
  • (c) Sustainable levels through
  • (d) If we sustain levelling
  • (e) No change required
  1. Whether people change or not is largely determines by ‘why’ they change.
  • (a) large determinant of
  • (b) largely determined by
  • (c) large determination by
  • (d) larger determinant for
  • (e) No correction required
  1. With the night mentoring at the top, everyone stands to gain.
  • (a) for gain
  • (b) to gaining
  • (c) of gained
  • (d) to gained
  • (e) No correction required
  1. The best leaders know how to kept moving forward even in ambiguous situations.
  • (a) know how to keep
  • (b) know how to keep
  • (c) know how for keeping
  • (d) knowing what to keep
  • (e) No correction required
  1. Asking questions helps us better understand what has been say
  • (a) has being said
  • (b) has been said
  • (c) have been say
  • (d) has been saying
  • (e) No correction  required.
  1. A high performer is four hundred times much productivity than the average performer.
  • (a) more produce
  • (b) productive more
  • (c) more productive
  • (d) much products
  • (e) No correction required
  1. It is important to teach children that discriminating on any particular culture is not acceptable.
  • (a) discrimination for
  • (b) discriminating against
  • (c) to discriminate towards
  • (d) discriminated of
  • (e) No correction required
  1. Although official orders, work of re-survey of out- of-school children has not yet been undertaken en in many parts of the State.
  • (a) Even though
  • (b) In spite of
  • (c) While
  • (d) However
  • (e) No correction required
  1. Ayurveda believes that herbs when ingested bring about changes in the energy of a human body.
  • (a) When it is ingest
  • (b) ingested when
  • (c) while being ingest
  • (d) when one ingesting
  • (e) No correction required
  1. The owners of commercial establishments in the city were given orders to furnished detailed in formation of their tenants.
  • (a) furnished orders
  • (b) ordered for furnishing
  • (c) ordered to furnish
  • (d) orderly furnished
  • (e) No correction required
  1. Traffic snarls along the highway have started again, despite the area is declared a ‘no parking zone’.
  • (a) declaration on
  • (b) has been declared
  • (c) being declared
  • (d) has to declare
  • (e) No correction required
  1. Your tone of voice is as important as the content for which you have to say.
  • (a) for what
  • (b) of what
  • (c) to what
  • (d) by which
  • (e) No correction required
  1. It is impossible to say at what point along the continuum a dialect became a separately language.
  • (a) becomes a separate
  • (b) becomes separately
  • (c) becomes a separate
  • (d) becomes separated
  • (e) No correction required
  1. The number of cheating and forgery cases in disguise of running private commercial establishments has increased significantly.
  • (a) disguising as
  • (b) under the guise of
  • (c) in guise for
  • (d) disguised in
  • (e) No correction required
  1. It is not very difficult to dishing out a simple recipe for your child’s lunchbox.
  • (a) for dishing about
  • (b) to dish out
  • (c) in order to dish
  • (d) to out dish
  • (e) No correction required
  1. The city’s IT hub isn’t just decoding data or counting its export figures these days, but is rather aggressively beefed up ex-security both online and offline.
  • (a) beefing
  • (b) beef up
  • (c) is beefing up
  • (d) was beefing
  • (e) No correction required

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