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Directions (Q. 1-5): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) A person enrolled as an advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961, is entitled to practice law throughout the country.
(B) In India, the law relating to legal profession is governed by the Advocates Act, 1961 and the rules framed there under by the Bar Council of India.
(C) An advocate on the role of a State Bar Council may apply for transfer to the roll of any other State Bar Council in the prescribed manner.
(D) It is a self-contained code of law relating to legal practitioners and provides for the constitution of State Bar Councils and Bar Council of India.
(E) An advocate with his consent, may be designated as a senior advocate, if the Supreme Court or a High Court is of the opinion that by virtue of his ability, he deserves such distinction.
(F) There are two classes of advocates, namely, senior advocates and other advocates.
(G) No person can be enrolled as an advocate on the rolls of more than one State Bar Council.

Q1. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
a) F              b) G                c) E              d) B             e) C

Q2. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
a) C               b) D                  c) E               d) F             e) G

Q3. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
a) E               b) D             c) C               d) B             e) A

Q4. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
a) C              b) D                c) E               d) F             e)

Q5. Which of the following should be the LAST (SEVENTH) sentence after rearrangement?
a) D               b) B                  c) E                 d) C             e) A

Directions (6-10) : In the following questions, a sentence has been given with some of its parts in bold. To make sentence grammatically correct, you have to replace the bold part with the correct alternative given below. If the sentence is correct as it is, give (e) as you answer (i.e. No correction required).

Q6. Justice Markandey Katju, Chairman of the Press Council of India (PCI), has spoken of minimum qualifications for journalists whom he thinks doesn’t understand much of what they write about.
(a) who he thinks do not             (b) who he thinks doesn’t             (c) whom he don’t thinks
(d) whom he doesn’t thinks             (e) No correction required

Q7. Law and order in West Bengal today have reached a trouble depth, the economy is wrapped in inertia, and the goons of the ruling party are playing havoc.
(a) have reached troublesome             (b) has reached a troubled             (c) had reached a terrible
(d) has reached a terrible             (e) No correction required

Q8. Most people see the RBI’s measures as to little, to late, and largely ineffective, arguing that it shouldn’t try and defend the rupee.             (a) too little, to late             (b) too little, too late             (c) to little, too late
(d) neither little nor late             (e) No correction required

Q9. A higher exchange rate will cause Indians to choose locally made goods because the foreign ones are now more expensive, and make our exports cheaper.
(a) locally made goods because the foreign             (b) local made goods because the foreign one
(c) local made good because the foreign one             (d) locally made good because the foreign one
(e) No correction required

Q10. I have read these news yesterday.
(a) have read this news             (b) read these news             (c) read this news             (d) have read that news
(e) No correction required.



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