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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

English Language Test For IBPS Clerk Mains | 27- 12 - 17

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Developing a solid foundation in English will not only help you to increase your knowledge but will also help you to score better in the exam. English is a major section in exams which candidate fears a lot. To boost your preparation, MahendraGuru is providing English Quiz for RBI Assistant/IBPS Clerk Mains and IBPS SO Exams exams.

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In the following sentence, four parts i.e. (A), (B), (C) and (D) are given, one of the parts is highlighted which is grammatically correct, you will have to choose the incorrect part(s) of the sentence and mark your answer accordingly. 

Q.1 The president of the opposition party (A)/ launched a front attack on the current prime minister and his government, (B)/ accusing them of sabotaging the winter session of Parliamentary on flimsy (C)/ grounds for locking the temple of democracy. (D) 

(1) Only C 

(2) Only B and C 

(3) Only B, C and D 

(4) Only C and D 

(5) No error 

ANS : Use ‘frontal’ instead of ‘front’ in the statement (B), use ‘Parliament’ instead of ‘Parliamentary’ in the statement (C) and use ‘by locking’ instead of ‘for locking’ in the statement (D) 

Q.2 The Myanmar leader said that the world (A)/ is facing instability and conflict in some parts because illegal immigration spread terrorism, (B)/ as his country faces accusations of violently pushing (C)/ down hundreds of thousands of unwanted gentry of people.(D) 

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B and D 

(3) Only A, B and D 

(4) Only A and B 

(5) No error 

ANS : Use ‘spreads’ instead of ‘spread’ in the statement (B) and use ‘out’ instead of ‘down’ in the statement (D)

Q.3 High-stakes talks to form a new German government (A)/ collapsed as the pro-business FDP party walked out, (B)/ plunging Europe's biggest economy on a political crisis and (C)/ potentially precipitating the end of the Chancellor’s career.(D) 

(1) Only C 

(2) Only C and D 

(3) Only A, C and D 

(4) Only A and D 

(5) No error 

Use ‘into a political’ instead of ‘on a political’ in the statement (C)

Q.4 With a 30 per cent increase in an international passengers at the Delhi (A)/ airport in the last two years, the government is planning (B)/ to increase manpower for the immigration desks which (C)/ have been witnessing serpentine queues of late.(D) 

(1) Only B 

(2) Only A and C 

(3) Only A, B and C 

(4) Only B and C 

(5) No error 

ANS: Remove ‘an’ before ‘international passengers’ in the statement (A) and use ‘at the immigration desks’ instead of ‘for the immigration desks’ in the statement (C) 

Q.5 The National Green Tribunal has directed the state governments (A)/ and Central Pollution Control Board for submitting a (B)/ status report on the sealing of illegal industrial (C)/ bore wells in Ghaziabad and Hapur district.(D) 

(1) Only B 

(2) Only B, C and D 

(3) Only B and C 

(4) Only B and D 

(5) No error 

ANS : Use ‘to submit’ instead of ‘for submitting’ in the statement (B) and use ‘districts’ instead of ‘district’ in the statement (D) 

Q.6 The US President called for elephant hunting a horror (A)/ show and indicating that he would block imports of (B)/ elephant trophies from two African nations despite (C)/ of his administration's earlier approval of the practice.(D) 

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B and D 

(3) Only A and D 

(4) Only A, B and D

(5) No error

ANS : Remove ‘for’ in the statement (A), use ‘indicated’ instead of ‘indicating’ in the statement (B) and remove ‘of’ in the statement (D)

Q.7 The State government has wisely dropped the clause (A)/ of imprisonment for medical negligence in the final (B)/ draft of the amendment Bill, avoiding a possible delay in (C)/ broadening the scope of the Karnataka Private Medical Establishments Act, 2007. (D) 

(1) Only A and C 

(2) Only B 

(3) Only B and C 

(4) Only A, B and C 

(5) No error 

ANS : Use ‘on’ instead of ‘of’ in the statement (B)

Q.8 Auto and home loans have been seen a marginal increase in (A)/ the ratio of delinquent accounts, which is failure to (B)/ make timely payment over the last two years, however, (C)/ gold loans and two-wheeler loans have witnessed a reduce in delinquencies.(D) 

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B and D 

(3) Only B and D 

(4) Only A, B and D 

(5) No error 

ANS: Use ‘have seen’ instead of ‘have been seen’ in the statement (A), use ‘a’ before ‘failure’ in the statement (B) and use ‘reduction’ instead of ‘reduce’ in the statement (D) 

Q.9 Workers have started excavating mercury-contaminated soil (A)/ from gardens and private land from the small (B)/ town of this country, mercury waste was discharged by a local chemical (C)/ firm in a nearby canal between 1930-1976 and seeped into the ground. (D) 

(1) Only B 

(2) Only B, C and D 

(3) Only B and C 

(4) Only B and D 

(5) No error 

ANS: Use ‘in’ instead of ‘from’ in the statement (B) and use ‘into’ instead of ‘in’ in the statement (D) 

Q.10 The Belt and Road projects are financed by a Chinese institution (A)/ at high rates not typically found in the development context (B)/ conducted by Chinese corporations that are (C)/ often state-owned enterprise and Chinese labour. (D) 

(1) Only B 

(2) Only B and D 

(3) Only B, C and D 

(4) Only B and D 

(5) No error 

Answers: 

Ans 1- (3) Remove ‘an’ before ‘international passengers’ in the statement (A) and use ‘at the immigration desks’ instead of ‘for the immigration desks’ in the statement (C) 

Ans 2- (2) Use ‘spreads’ instead of ‘spread’ in the statement (B) and use ‘out’ instead of ‘down’ in the statement (D) 

Ans 3- (1) Use ‘into a political’ instead of ‘on a political’ in the statement (C) 

Ans 4- (2) Remove ‘an’ before ‘international passengers’ in the statement (A) and use ‘at the immigration desks’ instead of ‘for the immigration desks’ in the statement (C) 

Ans 5- (4) Use ‘to submit’ instead of ‘for submitting’ in the statement (B) and use ‘districts’ instead of ‘district’ in the statement (D) 

Ans 6- (4) Remove ‘for’ in the statement (A), use ‘indicated’ instead of ‘indicating’ in the statement (B) and remove ‘of’ in the statement (D) 

Ans 7- (2) Use ‘on’ instead of ‘of’ in the statement (B) 

Ans 8- (4) Use ‘have seen’ instead of ‘have been seen’ in the statement (A), use ‘a’ before ‘failure’ in the statement (B) and use ‘reduction’ instead of ‘reduce’ in the statement (D)

Ans 9- (4) Use ‘in’ instead of ‘from’ in the statement (B) and use ‘into’ instead of ‘in’ in the statement (D)

Ans 10- (5) No error

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