Sentence correction MCQ passage 2

Verbal Ability sentence correction MCQ passage 2 is an integral part of CAT exams and GRE preparation and other College Entrance examination. In this section of Sentence correction questions, we will be solving MCQ related to missing words in the given passage.

We have divided verbal ability sentence correction questions into 4 types, in this page we will be covering Type-2. For other types please refer respective links.

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  2. Type 2 (Sentence Correction passage 2)
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Directions for sentence correction MCQ passage 2

In these Sentence correction MCQ , a passage with many blank numbered spaces is given. In case of all the spaces some phrases for filling up are suggested. The candidate is required to pick correct choice for each question among multiple choices given (MCQ) .

Passage 2 – Nature ___(1)___ taken a particular care ____(2)____ disseminate her blessings among the different regions of he world. ___(3)___ an eye to this ___(4)___ intercourse and traffic ___(5)___ mankind, that the natives of the several parts of the globe ____(6)___ a kind of dependence upon one another, and ___(7)___ united together by their common interest. Almost ___(8)___ degree produces something peculiar ___(9)___ it. The food often ___(10)___ in one country, and the sauce in another. the fruits of portugal are corrected by the products of Barbados, and the ___(11)___ of a China plant is sweetened by the pith of Indian cane. the Philippine islands give flavors to our European bowls. the single dress of a Woman ___(12)___ is often the product of hundred climates. The snuff and the fan come together from the different ends of the world. The scarf ___(13)___ from the torrid zone and the tippet from beneath the pole.The brocade-petticoat ___(14)___ of the mines of Peru and the diamond necklace out of the bowles of Indostan.

  1. (A) seems (B) seems to have (C) seemed to (D) seemed to have
  2. (A) for (B) to (C) of (D) in
  3. (A) for (B) of (C) like (D) with
  4. (A) common (B)each other’s (C) mutual (D) dual
  5. (A) in (B) among (C) of (D) through
  6. (A) may (B) may have (C) might have (D) should have
  7. (A)