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Wednesday, 30 May 2018

English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 30- 05 - 18

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English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 30- 05 - 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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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. A human rights group is urging the (1)/ nearly one million US citizens whom live in (2)/ Mexico to vote in hopes of (3)/ keeping Republican Trump out of the White House.(4)/No Error (5) 

(1) 1         (2) 2        (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.2. With little over the month to go before the general elections, (1)/ Republican presidential male nominee (2)/ has appointed Indian-Americans into s (3)/ Asian Pacific American Advisory Committee.(4)/No Error (5) 

(1) 1         (2) 2        (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.3. There are huge scope for (1)/ Indian players (2) / to leave a mark (3)/ at the international level (4)/ No Error(5) 

(1) 1         (2) 2        (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.4. Constant dry atmosphere has (1)/ caused the mummify (2) / of some of the bodies (3)/ that lie in open coffins (4)/ No Error (5) 

(1) 1         (2) 2        (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.5. A British tried (1)/ to move the pillar in an (2) / unsuccessful attempt to uncover (3)/ the secret of its support. (4)/ No Error (5) 

(1) 1         (2) 2        (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.6. There’s a waterfall nearby (1)/ and the soothe sound of the (2) / watering the rocks (3)/ can be heard all the time.(4)/ No Error (5) 

(1) 1         (2) 2        (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.7. He feels that many colleges in India (1)/ that claim to teach biotechnology tend (2) / to focus on theory and (3)/ neglect research and practical training.(4)/ No Error (5

(1) 1          (2) 2       (3) 3           (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.8. Australia trade minister will (1)/ lead the country’s first business delegation (2)/ to visit Iran in 14 years after sanctions over (3)/ Tehran’s nuclear program were eased.(4)/No Error 

(1) 1           (2) 2      (3) 3            (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.9. Unicef’s Ban Ki-moon lauded India for its (1)/ "swift action" over the decision to ratify the Paris pact on climate change,(2)/ saying he is looking forward to receive (3)/ New Del’s instrument of accession.(4)/No Error (5) 

(1) 1           (2) 2      (3) 3            (4) 4         (5) No Error 

Q.10. China will continue to get shrouded by light to medium smog (1)/ over the next two days, (2)/ the country’s national observatory has forecasted, (3)/ asking people to avoid outdoor activities. (4)/No Error (5) 

(1) 1           (2) 2      (3) 3             (4) 4         (5) No Error 

ANSWERS 

Q.1. (2) 

Explanation: (2) Replace ‘whom’ with ‘who’ 

Q.2. (1) 

Explanation: (1) Replace ‘the month’ with ‘a month’. 

Q.3. (1) 

Solution: ‘Is’ should replace ‘are’- For scope singular verb should be used. 

Q.4. (2) 

Explanation: ‘Mummification’ should be used- a noun is required. 

Q.5. (4) 

Explanation: ‘Its’ should replace ‘s’- possessive pronoun for the pillar is to be used. 

Q.6. (2) 

Explanation: ‘Soothing’ should be used-soothe should serve as an adjective here. 

Q.7. (5) 

Explanation: No Error 

Q.8. (1) 

Explanation: (1) replace ‘Australia’ with “Australia’s”. 

Q.9. (3) 

Explanation: (3) Replace ‘receive’ with ‘receiving’ 

Q.10. (3) 

Explanation: (3) Replace ‘forecasted’ with ‘forecast’

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