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Saturday, 2 June 2018

English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 02- 06 - 18

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English Language For SBI Clerk Prelims | 02- 06 - 18
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Q.1-10. Which of the Phrases (1), (2) (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrases 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. 

Q.1. Weather experts predicted a hot summer and said a further rise in day temperatures was on the cards

1. Are on the cards 

2. Is in the cards 

3. Was into the cards 

4. Were of the cards 

5. No correction required 

Q.2. The debate on what it takes to make a good politician could stretch endlessly but most people would agree on the importance for outward appearances

1. Agreed on the important of outward appearances 

2. Agree on the importance of outward appearances 

3. Agrees in the importance of outward appearances 

4. Agree of the important off outward appearances 

5. No correction required 

Q.3. If the accused was guilty for the crime, he should be punished. 

1. was guilty in 

2. has been guilty for 

3. was in guilty 

4. is guilty of 

5. No correction required 

Q.4. He told the police that he had been robbed of all his money by a stranger. 

1. had been robbed off all his money 

2. had to be robbed from all his money 

3. had robbed of all the money 

4. had been rob off all the money 

5. No correction required. 

Q.5. His changed attitude did not go well within his family. 

1. had not gone well within 

2. has not go well with 

3. did not go well with 

4. could not go well within 

5. No correction required 

Q.6. Hundreds of thousands of people are take routine medicines that increase their risk of dementia by up to a third. 

1. are taken routine medicines that 

2. are taking routine medicines who 

3. are taking routine medicinal that 

4. are taking routine medicines that 

5. No correction required 

Q.7. One of the characteristic of an officer is to make decision in the most critical situation. 

1. One of the characteristics of an officer is 

2. Most of the characteristics of an officer are 

3. Some of the characteristics of an officer are 

4. One of the characteristics of an officer are 

5. No correction required 

Q.8. Globally, ‘mapping’ is the latest and the most effective scientific tool for preventive and prediction policing

1. Prevention and prediction policing 

2. Preventive and predictive police 

3. Preventive and predictive policing 

4. Prevention and predictive policing 

5. No correction required 

Q.9. The Gentleman asked the old man why was he looking so depressed

1. why was he looking so depress. 

2. why he looked depressing. 

3. why he was looking so depressed. 

4. that why he looked so depresses. 

5. No correction required 

Q.10. Asia is facing the brunt of climate change and will see severe stressed on water resources and food-grain production in the future 

1. See severe stress on 

2. Saw severe stresses on 

3. Seen severe stressed in 

4. Saw severely stress in 

5. No correction required 


Q.1. (5) 

Q.2. (2) 

Q.3. (4) 

Q.4. (5) 

Q.5. (3) 

Q.6. (4) 

Q.7. (1) 

Q.8. (3) 

Q.9. (3) 

Q.10. (1) 

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