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Monday, 11 June 2018

English Language For SBI Clerk | 11- 06 - 18

Mahendra Guru : Online Videos For Govt. Exams
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 sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.) 


Q.1- Finance costs for the third quarter of 2016-17 was lowered by 12 percent, (1)/ leading to a PAT of Rs 1 crore(2)/ against a net loss of Rs 226 crore in the corresponding quarter (3)/ in the previous fiscal. (4)/ No Error (5) 

Q.2- A recent report released by (1)/IIT Bombay said that power plants were(2)/ responsible to fly ash, a major (3)/ pollutant in Delhi's environment (4)/ No Error (5) 

Q.3- Central banks of oppressed economies(1)/ use quantitative easing as(2)/ a monetary policy instrument to(3)/ bringing them back on track(4)/ No Error(5) 

Q.4- Breaking all barriers of religion, caste and creed,(1)/ one of the oldest Shiva temples in the city, Mankameshwar Mandir,(2)/ will for the first time be hosting(3)/ a roza iftar for Muslims in the city. (4)/ No Error(5) 

Q.5- Begin by getting connected to the mother(1)/ nature first, that is by spending the nights(2)/ under the stars, breathing the uncured morning air,(3)/ looking at and appreciating the beauty of life. (4)/ No Error(5) 

Q.6- The sense of indemnity that drives discrimination against (1)/ Dalits is at the heart of (2)/ recent demands for the dilution, or even repeal, of the Act for(3)/ prevention in atrocities against SCs and STs(4)/ No Error(5). 

Q.7- Domestic airlines have objected to (1)/ the concurrently closure of runways at two airports (2)/concerned with the business impact of the move at(3)/ a time when demand for air travel is soaring(4)/ No Error(5) 

Q.8- A market is one of the multifarious systems(1)/, institutions, procedures, social(2)/ relations and infrastructures(3)/ whereby parties engage in exchange.(4)/ No Error(5)/ 

Q.9- The holy month of Ramzan also means feast at the food hubs in the evenings,(1)/ where kebabs(2)/ and the choicest of meats(3)/ are on display.(4)/ No Error(5) 

Q.10- The accused was finally handed over to(1)/ his grandfather at night, after his written confession,(2)/ signed by him and his grandfather,(3)/ was submitted with the police station. (4)/ No Error (5) 

ANSWERS

Q.1. (1) use ‘were’ as subject is plural. 

Q.2. (3) Use ‘for’ instead of ‘to’ as ‘responsible for’ is used. 

Q.3. (5) No error 

Q.4. (1) use ‘were’ as subject is plural. 

Q.5. (4) Use ‘around’ instead of ‘at’ 

Q.6. (4) use ‘of’ instead of ‘in’ 

Q.7. (2) use ‘simultaneous’ 

Q.8. (1) use ‘varieties’ 

Q.9. (3) Use ‘feasting at’ in place of ‘feast at’ because gerund is required here. 

Q.10. (5) No error


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