JIPMAT Question Paper 2021 | JIPMAT Verbal

JIPMAT Question Paper | JIPMAT Verbal Question Paper

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    Read the following passage and answer the question that follows.
    Earth is the only planet so far know with the suitable environment for sustaining life. Man has been tampering with the ecosphere for a long time and is forced to recognize that environmental resources are scarce. Environmental problems are really social problems. They begin with people as cause and end with people as victims. Unplanned use of resources has resulted in the depletion of fossil fuels, pollution of air and water, deforestation which has resulted in ecological imbalance and draining away of national wealth through heavy expenditure on oil and power generation.

  1. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Depletion of fossil fuels, pollution of air and water and deforestation will never occur in case of

    1. improper use of resources
    2. over use of resources
    3. planned use of resources
    4. unplanned use of resources
    Choice C
    planned use of resources

  2. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Choose the word which is most nearly the same in meaning to the word ‘VENERATE’.

    1. Abuse
    2. Accuse
    3. Defame
    4. Respect
    Choice D
    Respect

  3. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the word ‘AUDACIOUS’

    1. Cowardly
    2. Manifest
    3. Obvious
    4. Venture
    Choice A
    Cowardly

  4. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Fill in the blanks by the proper preposition in the sentence
    What is the time __________ your watch?

    1. by
    2. in
    3. on
    4. with
    Choice A
    by

  5. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Fill in the blanks by the same proper word from the given option in both the sentences.
    A. The manager is not __________ for his position.
    B. In a __________ of anger, the teacher turned him out of the class.

    1. capable
    2. fit
    3. qualified
    4. true
    Choice B
    fit

  6. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, out of the four options choose the one which can be substituted for the sentence. One who feels at home in every country

    1. Citizen
    2. Cosmopolitan
    3. Denizen
    4. Metropolitan
    Choice B
    Cosmopolitan

  7. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, four options are given for the idiom underlined in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom.
    For his alleged involvement in espionage, he is under a cloud these days.

    1. enjoying favourable luck
    2. experiencing cloudy weather
    3. under observation
    4. under suspicion
    Choice D
    under suspicion

  8. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    The following phrase is followed by four options. One of the options best describes its meaning. Select the correct option.
    A thing of little or no importance

    1. trifle
    2. twinkling
    3. useless
    4. vague
    Choice A
    trifle

  9. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Select the word which is correctly spelt.

    1. VIOLANCE
    2. VIOLENCE
    3. VOILANCE
    4. VOILANCE
    Choice B
    VIOLENCE

  10. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a sentence has been given in Active voice. From the given options, choose the one which best expresses the given statement in Passive voice.
    The cat drank all the milk.

    1. All the milk had been drunk by the cat.
    2. All the milk has been drunk by the cat.
    3. All the milk was drank by the cat.
    4. All the milk was drunk by the cat.
    Choice D
    All the milk was drunk by the cat.

  11. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a sentence has been given in Direct form. Out of the four options, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect form.
    He said, “I must go at once”.

    1. He asked to go at once.
    2. He said that he had gone at once.
    3. He said that he had to go at once.
    4. He told if he had to go at once.
    Choice C
    He said that he had to go at once.

  12. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    From the given options, identify the tense used in the sentence
    “Welcome to the ceremony”.

    1. Past indefinite tense
    2. Past perfect tense
    3. Present Indefinite tense
    4. Present perfect tense
    Choice C
    Present Indefinite tense

  13. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, six words are given which are denoted by I, II, III, IV, V and VI. By using all the six words, each only once, you have to frame a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence. The correct order of the words is your answer, to be chosen by you from the given options.
    I. it; II. wanted; III. not; IV. you; V. is; VI. what

    1. V, I, III, VI, IV, II
    2. VI, IV, II, V, I, III
    3. VI, V, II, I, III, IV
    4. VI, V, III, IV, I, II
    Choice A
    V, I, III, VI, IV, II

  14. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a pair of words is given with certain relationship followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair. MAN : HUMANITY

    1. Drop : Ocean
    2. Flower : Fragrance
    3. Frame : Picture
    4. Scholar : Books
    Choice A
    Drop : Ocean

  15. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a sentence has been split into four parts denoted as P, Q, R and S. These parts are jumbled up. Rearrange the jumbled parts to make a meaningful sentence.
    P. far beyond that any minory communalism can
    Q. that in a democratic set­up like India,
    R. and this for the simple reason
    S. majority communalism can acquire power

    1. Q R S P
    2. R Q P S
    3. R Q S P
    4. S R P Q
    Choice C
    R Q S P

  16. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Certain parts in the following sentence are underlined. One of the parts has an error. Identify that part from the given options.
    She is not one of those who is so foolish.

    1. one of
    2. She is not
    3. so foolish
    4. who is
    Choice D
    who is

  17. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, there are two sentences I and II, each having a black, followed by four words. Select only one word which fills both the blanks.
    I. The company has agreed in __________ to our suggestion.
    II. The equipment works on the __________ of Archimedes.

    1. basis
    2. general
    3. principle
    4. view
    Choice C
    principle

  18. Read the following passage and answer the question that follows.
    There are many types of protein molecules in the body, and each type is specific to its function. For example, proteins such as keratin and collagen give strength and elasticity to hair, as well as to skin and tendons; haemoglobin and myoglobin are the oxygen­binding proteins of the blood and the muscle respectively; and ovalbumin, the principal protein off egg white is responsible for setting and foaming properties of eggs. A particularly important group of proteins know as enzymes, direct all the body cells to produce chemical reactions. These reactions provide the basis of every type of cell activity, including growth, repair, the production of energy and the excretion of waste products.

  19. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Proteins are classified according to

    1. the number of molecules
    2. the part of the body they are found in
    3. their functions
    4. their names
    Choice C
    their functions

  20. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, each option has a pair of words. Each pair consists of words which are more or less similar in meaning (synonyms). However, one pair of words may be wrong. Select the pair which is wrong.

    1. Danger
    2. Indulge
    3. Infringe
    4. Luxury
    Choice B
    Indulge

  21. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, word pairs consist of words which are opposite in meaning to each other (antonyms). Select the pair which consist of words which are not opposite in meaning.

    1. Excitable : Calm
    2. Exquisite : Delicate
    3. Numb : Active
    4. Obnoxious : Free
    Choice B
    Exquisite : Delicate

  22. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Fill in the blanks by the proper preposition in the sentence
    I have not seen him __________ a long time.

    1. by
    2. for
    3. from
    4. since
    Choice B
    for

  23. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Fill in the blanks by proper word in the sentence.
    He was frightened __________.

    1. for being killed
    2. from being killed
    3. of being killed
    4. to be killed
    Choice C
    of being killed

  24. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, Out of the four options choose the one which can be substituted for the sentence.
    A general pardon granted by the Government to political offenders

    1. amnesty
    2. excuse
    3. honesty
    4. pardon
    Choice A
    amnesty

  25. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In the following sentence, an idiom is underlined and is followed by four options of the words. Select from the options, the one which is nearest to the underlined idiom.
    He was all at sea when he began his new job.

    1. happy
    2. puzzled
    3. sad
    4. triumphant
    Choice B
    puzzled

  26. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In the following sentence, a phrase is underlined and is followed by four options of the words. Select from the options of the words. Select from the options, the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined phrase.
    Those who work by fits and starts seldom show good results.

    1. disinterestedly
    2. irregularly
    3. rarely
    4. regularly
    Choice B
    irregularly

  27. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, select the word which is incorrectly spelt.

    1. CURRICULER
    2. DIAGNOSIS
    3. DIFFICULTIES
    4. ESSENTIALLY
    Choice A
    CURRICULER

  28. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In the question, a sentence has been given in Active voice. Out of the four options, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive voice.
    Who wrote it?

    1. By who will it be written?
    2. By who would it be written?
    3. By whom might it be written?
    4. By whom was it written?
    Choice D
    By whom was it written?

  29. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a sentence has been given in Indirect form. Out of the four options suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Direct form. He says that he is very sorry.

    1. He said, “He is very sorry”.
    2. He said, “He was very sorry”.
    3. He says, “I am very sorry”.
    4. He told me, “I felt sorry”.
    Choice C
    He says, “I am very sorry”.

  30. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    From the given options, identify the tense used in the sentence “Everyone shall be reaching by tomorrow.”

    1. Future continuous tense.
    2. Future Indefinite tense
    3. Future perfect continuous tense.
    4. Present continuous tense
    Choice A
    Future continuous tense.

  31. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, six words are given which are denoted by I, II, III, IV, V and VI. By using all six words, each only once, you have to frame a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence. The correct order of the words is your answer, to be chosen by you from the given options.
    I. development; II. are; III. routes; IV. there; V. of; VI. three

    1. III, V, I II, IV, VI
    2. III, V, I II, IV, VI
    3. IV, II, VI, III, V, I
    4. VI, II, IV, III, V, I
    Choice C
    IV, II, VI, III, V, I

  32. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a related pair of words is followed by four pair of words. Select the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair.
    LIQUEFY : PETRIFY

    1. Blend : Separate
    2. Cash : Invest
    3. Melt : Freeze
    4. Soften : Frighten
    Choice C
    Melt : Freeze

  33. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, a sentence has been split into four parts denoted as P, Q, R and S. These parts are jumbled up. Rearrange the jumbled parts to make a meaningful sentence.
    P. among ordinary people to see health as a
    Q. is that there is an increasing tendency
    R. right and responsibility
    S. the only hopeful sign in such a situation

    1. P R S Q
    2. R Q S P
    3. S Q P R
    4. S Q R P
    Choice C
    S Q P R

  34. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    Certain parts in the following sentence are underlined. One of the parts has an error. Identity that part from the given options.
    Mr. Gupta, our Chairman, accompanied by his secretary have arrived at the office.

    1. accompanied
    2. at the office
    3. have
    4. his secretary
    Choice C
    have

  35. JIPMAT 2021 Question Paper - Verbal

    In this question, there are two sentences I and II, each having a black, followed by four words, Select only one word which fills both the blanks.
    I. The child sat __________ through the long sermon.
    II. We have __________ to receive the documents.

    1. out
    2. quiet
    3. quietly
    4. still
    Choice D
    still

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