Sentence Connectors Practice Set 1

Sentence Connectors Practice Set 1
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Sentence Connectors Practice Set 1



Directions (Q1 to Q10): Select the phrase/connector from the given options which can be used in the beginning (to
start the sentence) to form a single sentence from the sentences given below, implying the same meaning as
expressed in the statement sentences.


1. Statements :
1. This hotel has the best rooms in town.
2. Its staff is quite rude.
(i) However (ii) Even though (iii) Apart
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) All three E) None


2. Statements :
1. Sachin Tendulkar made a century.
2. He was not well.
(i) Even though (ii) However (iii) Although
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (iii) E) All


3. Statements :
1. Cricketers’ salary has risen substantially.
2. Ground staffs’ pay has actually fallen.
(i) Whereas (ii) On the one hand – On the other hand (iii) Despite
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (ii) E) All


4. Statements :
1. He is clever.
2. He is handsome.
(i) Moreover (ii) Therefore (iii) Furthermore
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (iii) E) All


5. Statements :
1. This food is very tasty.
2. That food is quite tasteless.
(i) While (ii) Whereas (iii) yet
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Both (i) and (iii) D) Both (i) and (ii) E) Both (ii) and (iii)


6. Rajeev will contribute immensely to accelerating our growth journey. He has a vast experience across a range of
developing markets.
(i) With his contribution……
(ii) With his vast experience across…….
(iii) Accelerating our growth journey……..
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (ii) E) Both (i) and (iii)


7. The government and RBI are focusing on rural areas. It is to ensure that the cash problem is resolved in the rural
area.
(i) The government’s and RBI’s focus on rural areas………
(ii) To ensure that the …….
(iii) While the rural area……
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (ii) E) Both (ii) and (iii)

8. The government may hike deduction limit on interest paid on home loans. It aims to boost demand in the housing
sector.
(i) Aiming to boost……..
(ii) Deduction limit aims to………
(iii) Demand in the housing sector……….
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (ii) E) None of them


9. Poultry exports to Saudi Arabia contribute less than 1% of India’s Poultry industry. The Impact of Saudi Arabia’s
a ban may not be significant.
(i) With poultry exports contributing………..
(ii) Poultry export may not be significant….…….
(iii) Saudi Arabia’s ban on poultry export……….
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) None E) All


10. Hero Motor Corp reported a 34 percent drop in two-wheeler sales. As a result, the stock of the company was
down by 1.4 percent.
(i) By bringing down the stock by……….
(ii) The Hero Motor Corp stock was down…………
(iii) Since the stock…………
A) Only (i) B) Only (ii) C) Only (iii) D) Both (i) and (ii) E) All

ANSWERS:


1. (A) This hotel has the best rooms in town; however, its staff is quite rude.
“However” is used to introduce a statement which is in contradiction to the previously said statement.
2. (D) Even though/Although – used for despite/in spite of.
Even though Sachin Tendulkar was not well, he made a century OR Sachin Tendulkar made a century even though he
was not well.
Although Sachin Tendulkar was not well, he made a century OR Sachin Tendulkar made a century although he was
not well.
3. (D) Whereas – used for comparing two things, people, situations etc. and showing that there is an important
difference between them.
Cricketers’ salary has risen substantially whereas ground staffs’ pay has actually fallen.
On the one hand cricketers’ salary has risen substantially; on the other hand, ground staffs’ pay has actually fallen.
4. (D) Moreover and Furthermore – besides/in addition to – both are Conjunctive Adverbs. When a conjunctive
adverb connects two independent clauses in one sentence, it is preceded by a semicolon and followed by a comma.
Example: He is clever; moreover, he is handsome. OR He is clever; furthermore, he is handsome.
If a conjunctive adverb is used in any other position in a sentence, it is set off by commas.
Example: Moreover, it has been observed that boiling the water kills the germs.
5. (D) This food is very tasty whereas that food is quite tasteless.
This food is very tasty while that food is quite tasteless.
6. (B) With his vast experience across a range of developing markets, Rajeev will contribute immensely to
accelerating our growth journey.
7. (D) The government’s and RBI’s focus on rural areas is to ensure that the cash problem is resolved there.
To ensure that the cash problem is resolved in the rural area the government and RBI are focusing on them.
8. (A) Aiming to boost demand in the housing sector, the government may hike deduction limit for interest paid on
home loans.
9. (A) With poultry exports contributing to less than 1% of India’s Poultry industry, the Impact of Saudi Arabia’s ban
may not be significant.
10. (B) The Hero Motor Corp stock was down 1.4 percent after the company reported a 34 percent drop in two-wheeler sale.
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