English Questions – Fill in the Blanks Set – 92

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  1. BRI is a reasonably big deal in the region and being looked at as an____________which can recharge economic____________.
    1) indifference, susceptibility
    2) clearance, probability
    3) vulnerability, virulence
    4) initiative, momentum
    5) lethargy, blessing

    Answer & Explanation

    Explanation: initiative, momentum
    initiative – the ability to assess and initiate things independently.
    momentum – the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity.

  2. We cannot____________that we are a pro-connectivity country while continuing to create____________in trade talks.
    1) frailty, assistance
    2) foible, advantage
    3) originality, punch
    4) dynamism, energy
    5) claim, obstacles
    Answer & Explanation
  3. Realising i had no idea what anti-malware is, here i am, with a Bengali____________about how Kolkata has been____________over the years by the malware community.
    1) ranting, destroyed
    2) leadership, moxie
    3) ambition, drive
    4) armor, survive
    5) attribution, beef

    Answer & Explanation

    Explanation: ranting, destroyed
    ranting – a long, angry, and impassioned speech.
    destroyed – end the existence of (something) by damaging or attacking it. 

  4. A glance at them justifies the____________the city has earned for being the home to stylish and well groomed people; the____________gets more obvious to those coming from the South.
    1) impeachment, imputation
    2) steam, vigor
    3) distinction, peculiarity
    4) insinuation, treason
    5) resourcefulness, spunk
    Answer & Explanation
  5. Since they were out of sight for so many years, I____________thought the profession had slipped into oblivion with many other____________professions, never to rise again.
    1) ingenuously, fading
    2) enterprise, enthusiasm
    3) complaint, incredulity
    4) citation, prospering
    5) rumble, flourish
    Answer & Explanation
  6. Although it was my maiden trip to the capital city, I felt confident and secure when I____________out to____________the place and its people, with an air of familiarity.
    1) astonishment, uncertainty
    2) censure, consternation
    3) squawk, stink
    4) gumption, inventiveness
    5) ventured, discover
    Answer & Explanation
  7. In that____________, the Centre’s____________that it will come up with a new law if the apex court strikes down triple talaq as unconstitutional doesn’t add up.
    1) indictment, perplexity
    2) denunciation, fascination
    3) context, proclamation
    4) recrimination, roar
    5) prosperous, roaring
    Answer & Explanation
  8. If____________RBI with a formal goal of targeting inflation was a landmark, reviving the debate on the related issue of fiscal____________is no less important.
    1) mandating, profligacy
    2) arraignment, curiosity
    3) flourishing, palmy
    4) thrive, expand
    5) marveling, skepticism
    Answer & Explanation
  9. Even if it was partially caused by special borrowing to deal with a struggling power sector, the____________in terms of repayment____________will squeeze future budgets.
    1) bewilderment, sedition
    2) wonderment, treachery
    3) puzzlement, reverence
    4) turn, brandish
    5) fallout, obligations
    Answer & Explanation
  10. India needs a more robust institutional architecture to____________periodic bouts of loose fiscal policies and____________deficits at both Centre and states.
    1) prevent, ballooning
    2) stupefaction, stupor
    3) perturbation, shrivel
    4) wondering, shrinking
    5) suspicion, deflate
    Answer & Explanation