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Question of the Day (18-Jul-17)

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Each of the following questions has a paragraph from which the last sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

People walking in the streets look out for different things. Bargain sunglasses, for example, or the latest pirated movie or, more practically, for broken pavements and puddles. Me, I look out for bananas . But not any bananas – and certainly not the identically bright yellow, elegantly curved Cavendish variety which is fast predominating with banana sellers in places like Mumbai. Cavendishes, I have to keep reminding myself, are not that bad. They are agreeably sweet, well textured and have a picture perfect banana look – but that is their problem. Cavendishes were developed by the banana industry for the huge American market where they are almost the only banana variety known. ______________
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 1)Thanks to this, American consumers have very definite ideas about what bananas are like, and that is Cavendish and no other.
 2)But this is India where we eat more bananas than anyone else and have a matchless range of local varieties of all shapes, sizes and flavours.
 3)But it is fine if one was unfortunate enough to be American.
 4)The good thing is that some still sell desi varieties, and this is what I look out for while walking.
 5)Cavendish growers are dumping their surplus on the local market, branding it with names like ‘Golden Banana’ to persuade us that it is superior.

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