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Saturday, 2 September 2017

IBPS PO Quiz For English Language | 02 - 09 - 17

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IBPS PO Quiz  For  English Language |02 - 09 - 17
Q.1-5. Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.

(A) And the state government asking for firm action, future investors in the state may

be saved from such frauds in the future.

(B) With markets regulator SEBI planning to pass an order banning the West Bengal

based Saradha group from collecting any more deposits

(C) Indeed, SEBI also plans to handle other such chit funds in the same manner.

(D) Unless all such schemes that raise funds are brought under either SEBI or RBI,

there’s another Saradha waiting to happen.

(E) While SEBI had come up with the concept of collective

investment scheme many years ago, there are many escape clauses that allow

firms like Saradha to escape SEBI’s attention.

Q.1. Which of the following should be the FIFTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?

(1) A 

(2) C 

(3) E

(4) D 

(5) B

Q.2. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

(1) C 

(2) A 

(3) B

(4) E 

(5) D

Q.3. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

(1) E 

(2) D 

(3) B

(4) A 

(5) C

Q.4. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

(1) C 

(2) A 

(3) E

(4) D 

(5) B

Q.5. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

(1) D 

(2) B 

(3) C

(4) A 

(5) E

Q.6-10.The following questions consists of a single sentence with one blank only. You are given six words denoted by A, B, C, D, E and F as answer choices, from the six choices you have to pick two correct answers, both of which will make the sentence meaningfully complete.

Q.6. From a layman’s ———— inflation happens when there is a mismatch between demand and supply of output.

(A) aptitude (B) process (C) perspective (D) ritual (E) view (F)conceptual

(1) A and D 

(2) C and E 

(3) F and D

(4) D and E 

(5) C and F

Q.7. Increase in income has ————— consumption of high protein items such as meat, milk and eggs.

(A) Contributed to (B) increase (C) decrease(D) decline (E) augment (F) lead to

(1) A and F 

(2) B and D 

(3) C and D

(4) D and F 

(5) A and E

Q.8. The metro rail project that ——— over 72 km is a significant response to the growing transport demand from the rapidly urbanizing.

(A) each (B) extends (C) measures (D) diverses (E) spread (F)spans

(1) A and C 

(2) D and F 

(3) B and D

(4) B and F 

(5) A and E

Q.9. The number of life insurance policies has ————— a decline in the last three years due to fall in sales in the unit-linked insurance segment.

(A) shown (B) witnessed (C) attested (D) bear (E) marked (F) proved

(1) D and E 

(2) B and C 

(3) C and F

(4) E and A 

(5) B and E

Q.10. Usually agricultural ————— is sold through commission agents and the farmer does not know the price at which a deal happens between the agent and the trader.

(A) produce (B) goods (C) crops(D) yield (E) products (F) breed

(1) A and C 

(2) C and E 

(3) A and D

(4) B and C 

(5) D and F


Q.1.(1) ‘after’ should be used as are talking of the post Bhopal gas tragedy.
Q.2.(4) regular - recurring at fixed times/periodic.
For other options :-
fortunate - lucky
global - pertaining to the whole world.
eventual - happening at some indefinite future time.
failing - an act of failure.
Q.3.(1) Either should be used here as we are giving a choice between predicting disaster and dealing
with its aftermath in the passage.
Also the pair either-or should be complete.
Q.4.(2) Prone - having a tendency to something
For other options:-
limited - Confined within limits.
crucial - important
contributed - to give (something) to a common supply.
constraint - limitation
Q.5.(3) Vulnerable - susceptible to being hurt, damaged, wounded etc.
For other options:-

Engaged - involved
Reliable - that may be trusted/relied on.
Dependent - depending on something/influenced or conditioned by.
Leads - to influence or induce; cause.
Q.6.(2) endorsed- approve
For other options
Gives (up) - to surrender. The other options showed, endorse bought are in the past tense so
they should’t be used here.
Q.8.(1) met - past of meet.
For other options:-
Preside - to exercise management or control
Tuned - to bring into harmony.
Paid - past of pay.
Allocate - to set apart for a particular purpose.
Q.9.(2) Operational - functional
For other options:-
resolved - to come to a definite or earnest decision about.
Mature - fully developed.
Coherent - logically connected; consistent
implementing - carrying out something.
Q.10.(5) Cited - mentioned or referred to.
For other options
implies - to signify or mean
achieve - to get or attain by effort
failed - not succeeded.

mention - state/refer briefly to.

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