Verbal Ability - Completing Statements - Discussion

Discussion :: Completing Statements - Section 1 (Q.No.7)

In each question, an incomplete statement (Stem) followed by fillers is given. Pick out the best one which can complete incomplete stem correctly and meaningfully.


"The food in this hotel is no match to what were forced at late hours in Hotel Kohinoor " means ......

[A]. The food in this hotel is quite good compared to what we ate at kohinoor
[B]. Hotel kohinoor served us good quality food than what we get here
[C]. Both hotels have maintained good quality of food
[D]. Both hotels serve poor quality of food
[E]. it is better to eat food than remain hungry

Answer: Option B


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Srj said: (Feb 4, 2011)  
If the food was good then why use the term "forced".

Nikninja said: (Mar 6, 2011)  
Yes, Srj, I think the option B is the right answer.

Dkm said: (Aug 7, 2011)  
I quite agree, the word "forced" does not fit in his sentence.

Jerry said: (Aug 10, 2011)  
It means to say that - The food in this hotel is worse than that food served at late hours (left overs etc) at hotel kohinoor.

Gopal said: (Dec 12, 2011)  
Here 'forced' indicates that the servers in the hotel kohinoor were asked to prepare the dishes in the late night.

Deepu said: (Jan 6, 2012)  
Sentence here says that as it's been late hours of the day, they were forced to eat even though the food was good.

Sahilsomani said: (Mar 10, 2012)  
I think there is a mistake... I need to be 'served' not 'forced'...

Mahsh said: (Mar 13, 2012)  
It means quality of food at kohinoor is good than what we eat earlier.

Ashish said: (Jan 19, 2014)  
The following sentence indicate that the foot in this hotel does not even better than what they get in the late hours at hotel Kohinoor. The confusing word is no match. Here no match means not even better.

Biksha said: (Nov 14, 2014)  
I think the answer is wrong or the given premises is wrong. Because the word 'forced' change the meaning of the statement such as they were supposed to eat the food served in Kohinoor even it is not good.

Abhishek said: (Jan 5, 2015)  
I think the phrase "no match" in itself explains that the food in hotel Kohinoor is superior to what they ate in that particular hotel.

Shivendra Pandey said: (Dec 18, 2015)  
I am also agree word "forced" shouldn't be used.

Minaxi said: (Feb 5, 2016)  
The word force is not acceptable.

Shubham said: (Jun 23, 2017)  
Why the word forced is used?

Revi Sankar said: (Oct 26, 2017)  
If "Forced to eat " was an act of compulsion because they could not find a better hotel in that late hours, then how can B be the answer? A must be the answer right.

Deven said: (Mar 10, 2018)  
Yes, I do agree that word force is used incorrectly. If the word forced is replaced with the word served then option b is the correct option. Otherwise, it's option an indeed.

Vicky said: (Aug 31, 2018)  
Right @Gopal.

Reetika Maurya said: (Nov 14, 2018)  
Option A is correct.

If food at Kohinoor was good, why use the term "forced"?

Rohit said: (Aug 19, 2020)  
Here forced means that the food was forcefully prepared.

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