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Friday, 11 May 2018

English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 11- 05 - 18

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English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 11- 05 - 18
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Q.1-10. Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic 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, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any. 

Q.1. Hockey is India’s (1)/ national sport but (2) / has being relegated (3)/ to the sidelines.(4)/ No Error (5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.2. Higher fruit, vegetable (1)/ and specifically vitamin C (2) / intake are associated (3)/ with reduced stroke risk.(4)/ No Error (5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.3. The right-handed (1)/ player batted (2) / with maturity (3)/ and flair.(4)/ No Error (5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.4. There is widespread (1)/ speculation that petrol (2) / and possibly diesel prices (3)/ are like to be hiked.(4)/ No Error (5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.5. The documents will be (1)/ send to the crime branch (2) / of the CBI at New Delhi (3)/ where they will be scanned.(4)/ No Error (5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.6. In one of the issues, (1)/they told us how mutual funds (2)/brought in a high degree of (3)/ equality in the investment space.(4)/ No error(5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.7. The supreme court has (1)/ faulted the development (2)/authority for allowing mixed use in residential areas in (3)/callous breach for the Master plan and regulations. (4)/No error(5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.8. The most exciting part of (1)/the political theatre that was (2)/played out in parliament centered around (3)/ the inclusion of minorities. (4)/No error(5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.9. An explicit change (2)/ the markets (3)/failed to show no enthusiasm. (4)/No error(5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.10. Indian fund managers are (1)/again changing defence(2)/to put a cap on (3)/mounting wealth erosion. (4)/No error(5). 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

ANSWERS 

Q.1. (3) Explanation: ‘Has been regulated’ should be used- present perfect tense is to be used. 

Q.2. (3) Explanation: ‘Is’ should replace ‘are’- according to ‘intake’ singular verb is to be used. 

Q.3. (5) 

Q.4. (4) 

Q.5. (2) Explanation: ‘Sent’ should be used- ‘Third’ form of verb is to be used. 

Q.6. (3) Explanation: Bring- should be used in place of brought as the sentence given is in indefinite tense. 

Q.7. (4) Explanation: Of should replace for. 

Q.8. (5) 

Q.9. (4) Explanation: Any -it is used with uncountable or plural nouns in negative sentence and question, after if or whether, and after some verb such as prevent, ban,forbid, etc.To refer to an amount or a number of something,however large or small. 

Q.10. (2) Explanation: Defensives -should be used in place of defence. 

Reason:- 

Defensives- means protecting somebody /something against attack. 

Defence -the act of protecting somebody/something from attack, criticism,etc. 

Eg:- When her brother was criticized she leapt to his defence. 


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