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Tuesday, 17 July 2018

English Language For SBI Clerk/PO Mains | 17- 07 - 18

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English Language For SBI Clerk/PO Mains | 17- 07 - 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. The following sentence is divided into four parts i.e. (1), (2), (3), (4) Among these four parts, the highlighted part is correct and you have to find out one or more incorrect parts among the remaining three parts .The single part or the combination of those incorrect parts will be your answer. If none of the options follow your choice mark (5) No Error as your answer. 

Q1. The Chief Justice noted that the latest travel ban(1)/ was longer and more detailed than(2)/ proclamations issued by earlier presidents and he also appear(3)/ to speak approvingly of a part of the proclamation that called for periodic reports.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 3 and 4 

(3) Both 1 and 4 

(4) Only 4 

(5) No Error 

Q2. A human rights group is urging the (1)/ nearly one million US citizens which live in (2)/ Mexico to vote in hopes of (3)/ keeping Republican nominee out of the White House.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 1 and 3 

(3) Both 1 and 2 

(4) Only 2 

(5) No Error 

Q3. Researchers have developed(1)/ a new method that measured the limit(2)/ to which human skin can be stretched, an advance(3)/ that could help grew new skin for burn victims.(4) 

(1) Only 1 

(2) Both 2 and 4 

(3) Both 1 and 4 

(4) Only 2 

(5) No Error 

Q4. With little over half a month to go before the general elections, (1)/ a male nominee (2)/ has appointed Indian-Americans into his (3)/ Asian Pacific American Advisory Committee.(4) 

(1) Only 2 

(2) Both 1 and 4 

(3) Both 2 and 4 

(4) Only 1 

(5) No Error 

Q5. Germany trade minister will (1)/ lead the country’s first business delegation (2)/ to visit Russia in 5 years after sanctions over (3)/ a nuclear program was eased.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 3 and 4 

(3) Both 1 and 4 

(4) Only 4 

(5) No Error 

Q6. The UN chief lauded India for their (1)/ "swift action" over the decision to ratify an important pact,(2)/ saying he is looking forward to receive(3)/ NCR’s instrument of accession.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 2 and 3 

(3) Both 1 and 3 

(4) Only 1 

(5) No Error 

Q7. Sweden will continue to get shrouded by light to medium smog (1)/ over the next five days,(2)/ the country’s national observatory has forecasted,(3)/ asking people to avoid outdoor activities.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 2 and 3 

(3) Both 3 and 4 

(4) Only 4 

(5) No Error 

Q8. The government’s list of ‘Institutes of Eminence’ (IoEs) was(1)/ awaited and the simple reason for that is find a place in it(2)/ would help a educational institution(3)/ avoid the clutches of a dreaded regulator.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 2 and 3 

(3) Both 3 and 4 

(4) Only 4 

(5) No Error 

Q9. The emphasis must be on engagement;(1)/ it is not necessary that institutions should produces knowledge(2)/ in every field or that its members abide by(3)/ every idea and protocol in the fields chosen.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 2 and 3 

(3) Both 3 and 4 

(4) Only 2 

(5) No Error 

Q10. If the idea behind preparing a list of the IoEs is giving them greater autonomy (1)/ and enhanced financial support, it must be acknowledged(2)/ that until very recently, the IITs were not meddled on;(3)/ neither they were starved of resources.(4) 

(1) Only 3 

(2) Both 2 and 3 

(3) Both 3 and 4 

(4) Only 4 

(5) No Error 

ANSWERS 

Q.1. (1) 

Explanation: 

Part (3)- he also appeared. 

Q.2. (3) 

Explanation: 

The sentence is correct. 

Q.3. (4) 

Explanation: 

Part (2)- who live in 

Q.4. (5) 

Explanation: 

The sentence is correct. 

Q.5. (3) 

Explanation: 

Part (1)-Germany’s trade minister 

Part (4)- were eased 

Q.6. (3) 

Explanation: 

Part (1)-for its 

Part (3)- ‘receiving’ , because certain phrases + v in a ‘ing’ form. 

Q.7. (1) 

Explanation: 

Option (3) ‘forecast’, because forecast is a verb which remains the same in the basic three forms. 

Q.8. (2) 

Explanation: 

Part (2): ‘is finding’ should be used. 

Part (3): ‘an educational institution’ should be used. 

Q.9. (4)

Explanation: 

Part (2): ‘should’ is followed by ‘v1’. 

Q.10. (3) 

Explanation: 

Part (3): meddled with should be used. 

Part (4): ‘neither they were starved of’ with ‘neither were they starved of’ should be used.

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