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Monday, 18 September 2017

IBPS PO Quiz For English Language | 18 - 09 - 17

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 IBPS PO Quiz  For  English Language | 08 - 09 - 17


Direction- In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentences there are five pairs of words denoted by numbers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentences in the same sequence to make the sentence meaningful.

1- The amendments to the Income Tax law __________by the Lok Sabha now offer those with unaccounted ____________a last shot at amnesty.

(1) passed, cash

(2) catch, money

(3) cross, currency

(4) developed, problem

(5) ceased, billing

2- The singing of the national anthem on special occasions, __________in schools and colleges, is sufficient to help citizen’s ___________the anthem with something larger than their daily concerns.

(1) special, know

(2) mainly, describe

(3) especially, identify

(4) preferably, establish

(5) exclusively, confess
Q.3- US President Barack Obama was heckled _________the second consecutive day prompting him to say that the pro-Trump ___________was paid.    
(1) of, attack            
(2) to, slay    
(3) from, enjoy
(4) since, protect                            
(5) forprotester

For Other Options – slay- kill, attack-physical assault
Q.4- India termed as "concocted and baseless" a _________in Pak media that Foreign Secy S Jaishankar in a meeting with German Ambassador had _________there was no surgical strike.    
(1) retreat, cite       
(2) reportadmitted          
(3) support, play
(4) cut, assist                                              
(5) protection, egoist

For Other Options – cite- note, egoist- self-centered person
Q.5- When US hit the subprime crisis, it was _________of the lenient lending norms and baks had _________number of loan defaulters.    
(1) country, great  
(2) divine, smart     
(3) becausehuge
(4) amazing, large                          
(5) due to, less

For Other Options – amazing- astonishing, divine- perfect

Q.6. The Reliance Retirement Fund offers two_____, a Wealth plan with a 65-35 equity-debt allocation and an Income _____plan with a 70-30 debt-equity mix.
(1) clues, creation  
(2) idea, demand
(3) plans, generation         
(4) system, wasting
(5) layout, consistence
Q.7. While NPS scores high _____returns, costs, and transparency, the restrictive _____on the use of final proceeds are a dampener.
(1) to, area          
(2) on, path
(3) of, premises                
(4) on, rules
(5) in, rule
Q.8. The report notes that India has made significant leaps in cleaning up its public _____, increasing transparency in its financial system and _____up its economy to foreign investors/trade in the past year.
(1) hospitals, denying       
(2) institutions, opening
(3) asylum, discover          
(4) places, finishing
(5) house, joint
 Q.9. Chief Economic Advisor has rightly identified procurement as a major _____to ensure that producer prices do not crash towards the _____of 2016, leading to a contraction in acreage in 2017-18.
(1) game, starting  
(2) problem, loss
(3) chance, cajole   
(4) point, opening
(5) challenge, end
Q.10. The depressed oil prices have created stress in the oil-_____ countries in the Middle East which has a _____population of migrant Indians.
(1) demanding, important           
(2) creating, aura
(3) exporting, significant  
(4) wasting, auspicious
(5) refining, grace

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