Sentence Corrections Set – 34

Directions: Which of the phrases A, B, C, and D given below each statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given, mark E as the answer.

Q1. It is in this context of Mr. Trump’s rejection of multilateralism and adherence to a questionable economic philosophy that Chinese President Xi Jinping exhorted other countries to follow the Chinese model as opposed to Western liberalism, in his Make China Great Again speech last week in the party congress.
A) in the congress party
B) at the congress party
C) for the party congress’
D) at the party congress
E) None of these

Answer

 Option D

Q2. While American leadership and ability of arm to twist other countries, including China and Pakistan, have benefited India on occasions, the space for New Delhi’s global ambitions come only from America’s retreat.
A) for twisting arm
B) to arm twist
C) of twisting arm
D) to twist the arm
E) None of these

Answer

 Option B

Q3. Having already demonstrated his inability to lead either America or the world, Mr. Trump still has the means forcing his way on account of having the world’s most formidable military.
A) to make his ways forceful
B) for forcing his way
C) to force his way
D) forced his way
E) None of these

Answer

  Option B 

Q4. Before we get so much attached with the current job market, and feel we must defend it from an eventual robot takeover, we should examine how unfair the labour system has become and how robotics could contribute to change that.
A) so attached with
B) too attached with
C) so attached to
D) too much attached with
E) None of these

Answer

 Option C

Q5. If properly managed, the robotic revolution can be a chance to free millions of people from a system of exploitation of labour which is unprecedentedly inhumane.
A) would be
B) could be
C) might be
D) should be
E)  None of these

Answer

 Option B

Q6. The focal question here is: as labour is being transformed at its roots, should economic forces be the only thing which matters?
A) that
B) for
C) what
D) those
E) None of these

Answer

 Option A

Q7. There might be a lot of jobs for our new cyborg selves out there, which is called the aug-mediated reality.
A) that
B) for which is
C) in what is
D) that is
E) None of these

Answer

 Option C 

Q8. To refine conversation skills, a digital AI assistant needs to be told over and over after being failed.
A) after failing
B) being failed
C) when it has failed
D) has been failed
E) None of these

Answer

 Option C 

Q9. A socially sensitive policy should consider this a chance for the government to gather advantages from higher robotisation and distribute them to the work force after creating job alternatives.
A) when creating
B) by creating
C) while creating
D) towards creating
E) None of these

Answer

 Option B 

Q10. The Industrial Revolution and the continuous automation of work have morphed us for become increasingly less human workers.
A) for becoming
B) to become
C) into becoming
D) in becoming
E) None of these

Answer

 Option C 

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