Remedial English Test Series 69

Remedial English Test Series 69

Identify  the ONE mistake in each line and make corrections    (1 mark for each correct answer. Total score   ___ )

01 Senior BJP leader LK Advani’s anguish over disruption politics taking centre stage is justify as the winter
02 session of Parliament ends today without much business being transact. Both government and opposition
03 are equally to blame, especially in the backdrop of the NDA government having conduct  a major exercise
04 like demonetisation that affect  every aspect of society. Earlier, opposition parties had closed ranks to force
05 the government into a debate on demonetisation that would entails voting. By the time they came around to
06 debate the issue without any rule this week, the government seeming didn’t oblige. This is reminiscent of
07 2010 when the entire winter session was wash out over the 2G spectrum allocation scam during UPA-II.
08 Now the opposition, led by Congress, claim this is the first time in history that treasury benches have
09 disrupted Parliament proceedings, while government has blame opposition for running away from debates.
10 Both sides need to heed elder statesman Advani’s advice, especially when he invoke  Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
11 Prime Minister Narendra Modi too should take inspiration from Vajpayee who thrived on engage debate in
12 Parliament. If Modi had spoke in Parliament on demonetisation, that would have given opposition one less
13 reason to disrupted  it. His predecessor Manmohan Singh sat through debates on 2G spectrum and coal
14 allocation scams and sometimes even participate in them. There was a glimmer of hope when the Rights of
15 Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2014 was pass  in Rajya Sabha, but subsequenty more than 80% of time has
16 be lost to partisan bickering this winter session. Both government and opposition parties agree that GST
17 will be beneficial for the economy. Centre and states now need to finalise three GST legislation  – CGST,
18 IGST and compensation law – so that they can be introduce and passed in Parliament early in the next
19 session if GST is to become a reality by the next finance year. The government cannot afford disruptions of
20 such magnitude which have deal  a severe blow to the institution of Parliament. Government’s crisis
21 managers need to reach out to the opposition and have better floor manage  in the House. Both sides
22 must realise that debate is the only democratic way of make  the government accountable for its actions. If
23 opposition want  to create a favourable public opinion on their view of demonetisation, the best way would
24 be to get the better of the government in a parliament debate.(The Times of India 16 Dec 16)

   KEY TO Remedial English Test Series 69   Note the correct answers below

01 Senior BJP leader LK Advani’s anguish over disruption politics taking centre stage is justified as the winter
02 session of Parliament ends today without much business being transacted. Both government and opposition
03 are equally to blame, especially in the backdrop of the NDA government having conducted a major exercise
04 like demonetisation that affects every aspect of society. Earlier, opposition parties had closed ranks to force
05 the government into a debate on demonetisation that would entail voting. By the time they came around to
06 debate the issue without any rule this week, the government seemingly didn’t oblige. This is reminiscent of
07 2010 when the entire winter session was washed out over the 2G spectrum allocation scam during UPA-II.
08 Now the opposition, led by Congress, claims this is the first time in history that treasury benches have
09 disrupted Parliament proceedings, while government has blamed opposition for running away from debates.
10 Both sides need to heed elder statesman Advani’s advice, especially when he invoked Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
11 Prime Minister Narendra Modi too should take inspiration from Vajpayee who thrived on engaging debate in
12 Parliament. If Modi had spoken in Parliament on demonetisation, that would have given opposition one less
13 reason to disrupt it. His predecessor Manmohan Singh sat through debates on 2G spectrum and coal
14 allocation scams and sometimes even participated in them. There was a glimmer of hope when the Rights of
15 Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2014 was passed in Rajya Sabha, but subsequently more than 80% of time has
16 been lost to partisan bickering this winter session. Both government and opposition parties agree that GST
17 will be beneficial for the economy. Centre and states now need to finalise three GST legislations – CGST,
18 IGST and compensation law – so that they can be introduced and passed in Parliament early in the next
19 session if GST is to become a reality by the next financial year. The government cannot afford disruptions of
20 such magnitude which have dealt a severe blow to the institution of Parliament. Government’s crisis
21 managers need to reach out to the opposition and have better floor management in the House. Both sides
22 must realise that debate is the only democratic way of making the government accountable for its actions. If
23 opposition wants to create a favourable public opinion on their view of demonetisation, the best way would
24 be to get the better of the government in a parliamentary debate.(The Times of India 16 Dec 16)