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Saturday, 10 March 2018

English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 10 - 03 - 18

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English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 10 - 03 - 18
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 SBI Clerk, RBI Assistant, IBPS Clerk and IBPS SO Exams exams.


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Which of the following phrases (1), (2), (3), (4) given below in the statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and ‘No Correction is required’, mark (5) as the answer.

Q1. An advisory would be issued to all airlines, asking them to tell passengers to either avoid or carry in the switch off mode all Samsung Note smartphones. 

(1) carry into the switch off mode 

(2) carry in the switched of mode 


(3) carried in the switched off mode 


(4) carry in the switched off mode 


(5) No improvement 


Q2. In humans, disease is often used more broadly to refer to any condition that causes pain, dysfunction, distress, social problems, or death to the person afflicted, or similar problems for those in contact with the person. 


(1) use more broadly to refer 


(2) used more broadly to refer 


(3) used more broad to refer 


(4) used more broadly to refer to 


(5) No improvement 


Q3. A broader issue mentioned in the report, which covers besides OECD members, partner-country including India, is the likelihood that states may not be able to realise the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal pertaining to the provision of quality education. 


(1) partner-countries including India, is the likelihood 


(2) partner-country including India, is the likelihood 


(3) partner-countries including India, are the likelihood 


(4) partner-countries included India, is the likely 


(5) No Improvement 


Q4. India has always maintain the right balance between awarding patents to drugs and its commitment to the interests of public health. 


(1) maintaining the right balance between 


(2) maintained the right balance between 


(3) maintains the right balance between 


(4) maintained the right balance among 


(5) No Improvement 


Q5. While the liberty of a person in custody can be curtailed according to ‘procedures established by law’, it cannot be stretched to extinguish life.


(1) can be stretched for extinguish life 


(2) cannot be stretch to extinguish life 


(3) cannot be stretched to extinguisher life 


(4) cannot be stretched to extinguishment life 


(5) No Improvement 


Q6. The Constitution is a portrait of the nation as it would like into be rather than as it actually is. 


(1) would like to been rather than 


(2) will like to be rather than 


(3) would like to be rather 


(4) would like to be rather than 


(5) No Improvement 


Q7. The number of passengers travelling by air equalled the number of passengers which travel in the air-conditioned coaches of the Indian Railways. 


(1) that travelled in the air-condition coaches 


(2) that travel in the air-conditioned coaches 


(3) that travelled in the air-conditioned coaches 


(4) who travel in the air-conditioned coaches 


(5) No Improvement 

Q8. The Lok Sabha could carry out business only to the Question Hour, that too amid the uproar, after which it was adjourned for the day minutes past 12 PM. 


(1) could carry in business only during the 


(2) could never carry out business only during the 


(3) could carry out business only during the 


(4) could carry out of the business only during the 


(5) No Improvement 

Q9. The demonetisation of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes is expected to hit terror funding and counterfeiting as there are additional security features in new notes which are very difficult to replicate, a senior government official said. 


(1) which is very difficult to replicate 


(2) which are very difficult to replicate 


(3) which was very difficult to replicate 


(4) which are very difficult to replicating 


(5) No Improvement

Q10. India has issued demarche to Pakistan on continued ceasefire breach along the LoC and strong condemned increased concentration of terrorists across the border. 


(1) strongly condemn increased concentration 


(2) strongly condemned increase concentration 


(3) strongly condemned increasing concentration 


(4) strongly condemned increased concentration 


(5) No Improvement 







ANSWER:


Q1. (4) 

Q2. (2) 

Q3. (1) 


Q4. (2) 


Q5. (5) 


Q6. (4) 


Q7. (3) 


Q8. (3) 


Q9. (2) 


Q10. (4) 




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