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Monday, 25 December 2017

English Language Test For IBPS Clerk Mains | 25 - 12 - 17

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Q.1-10. Read each part of the sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, mark your answer as (5).

Q.1. The Election Commission was yet to take a call on (1)/ when the Lok Sabha by-poll would be hold as the security scenario (2)/ in the Jammu and Kashmir district there was (3)/ not considered conducive.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.2. A bill to repeal 131 redundant laws, (1)/ including the one dealing with transfer of money deposits of people (2)/ to Pakistan who had leave India after the partition,(3)/ was introduced in Lok Sabha.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.3. The Centre is looking at doubling (1)/ the nuclear power generation capacity to about 14,000 MW, (2)/ Union minister said that even as he (3)/ ruled out its becoming the main source of energy for the country.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.4. Over 200 Kashmiri students in a private university (1)/ were allegedly forced to leave the varsity hostel as the institute (2)/ did not received the scholarship amount provided to (3)/ them by the central government.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.5. Senior army officials from India and China held (1)/ a flag meeting at Nathu La mountain pass in Sikkim (2)/ and extensively discussed the Doklam standoff (3)/ but the “deliberations remained inconclusive”.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.6. A most populous nation called for restraint after North Korea test-launched (1)/ missiles, criticizing the move(2)/ but also suggesting that South Korea (3)/ and the United States were to be blamed too.(4)/No Error (5)

Q.7. The former minister ruled himself out(1)/ as an alternative candidate for his party (2)/ who campaign has been thrown into chaos(3)/ by a scandal.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.8. The fraud office said  that (1)/ a country owes the European Union budget(2)/ seven billion euros after turn a blind eye(3)/ to a major scam by some importers.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.9. More than 9,000 students (1)/ has rallied,(2)/ urging the government to take action against (3)/ all those people who are posting profane content.(4)/ No Error (5)

Q.10. They could scale back cooperation (1)/ with famous security services(2)/ if the government go ahead with plans to transform its security force into(3)/ an army.(4)/ No Error (5)

Answers :

Q.1. Option (2) Replace would be held with would be held

Q.2. Option (3) who had leave India with who had left India

Q.3. Option (3) Add the before Union minister

Q.4. Option (3) Replace did not received with did not receive

Q.5. Option (5) No Error

Q.6. Option (5) No Error

Q.7. Option (3) Replace ‘who’ with ‘whose’.

Q.8. Option (3) replace ‘after turn’ with ‘after turning’.

Q.9. Option (2) Replace ‘has’ with ‘have’.

Q.10. Option (3) Replace ‘go ahead’ with ‘goes ahead’.

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