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Friday, 21 September 2018

English Language For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk | 21- 09- 18

Mahendra Guru
English Language For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk | 21- 09- 18

Dear Readers,

As IBPS has released the official notification of the Common Recruitment Process for RRBs (CRP RRBs VII) for recruitment of Group “A”-Officers (Scale-I, II And III) and Group “B”-Office Assistant (Multipurpose) and the exam is going to be held in the month of August 2018 and September 2018 for both the posts. Looking at the notification, we have now started subject-wise quizzes for the exam. It will include quizzes of all the subjects- Quantitative Aptitude, English, Reasoning and Computer. All these quizzes will be strictly based on the latest pattern of the IBPS RRB exam and will be beneficial for your preparations. So, keep following the quizzes which will provide you a set of 10 questions daily. 

Here, we are providing you important questions of English Language for IBPS RRB 2018 exam.

Q1-5. Find the error in following sentences. 

Q1. India’s post-Olympics medal moaning has (1)/ a sense of urgency this time that can (2)/ induce some grave misjudgements (3)/ among athletes, the most diabolical been resort to doping.(4)/No Error (5) 

Q2. In the US, the Affordable Care Act mandates (1)/ every individual to have healthcare coverage (2)/ or pay a tax penalty, India should take (3)/ a page by Obama care to reform healthcare and make it affordable.(4)/No Error (5) 

Q3. India is now more willing to cough up (1)/ money for sport through the government’s (2)/ budget allocations (3)/ and corporate CSR kittie.(4)/No Error (5) 

Q4. On safe hygiene practises, India’s score (1)/ is even lower at 8. The government has (2)/ done well to focus on getting people (3)/ to use toilets, not just on building them.(4)/No Error (5) 

Q5. The Court for Arbitration of Sport shot (1)/ down this plead after India’s porous (2)/ defence was shredded (3)/ and a ban enforced.(4)/No Error (5) 

Q6-10. Choose the word that can be filled in the blanks. 

The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor has been in the works for a long time and is still marking time. Its website opens with impressive pictures of infrastructure (6) under construction. If you go beyond these and examine things like the reports submitted to the delivery monitoring unit or the number of tenders awarded for this $100-billion project, and if someone were to offer you a bet on whether a snail leaving Dadri , the northernmost location of the project, would reach Dighi , the corridor’s southern extremity, before a quarter of the project gets completed, you would bet on the (7) , not discounting the risk of the gastropod being crushed under a passing truck or tractor or losing its way or getting eaten by a crow or a rat. This will not do. 

The developed world is (8) with surplus savings and spare capacity. As ageing societies save ever more to fund their retirement and companies sit on trillions worth of cash they neither invest nor return to shareholders, the cost of capital declines, quite apart from the monetary policy innovations of central banks seeking to lift their economies out of secular (9). High-tech companies that can build mag-lev trains or plan a honeycomb road network for a city that will never get gridlocked sit twiddling nervous thumbs, without a place to deploy their wares/knowhow. At the same time, countries like India, growing fast and (10) rapidly, desperately need modern, efficient infrastructure, ranging from brand new towns and low-cost renewable power to high-speed rail and road links and energy efficient buildings. What can bridge the gap between repressed supply and unmet demand are projects. Big ones, detailed, with worked out costs, time horizons, implementing structures, freed-up land and planning and regulation in place. 

It is the job of outfits like the Delhi Mumbai Infrastructure Corridor Development Corporation to produce those projects and associated clearances, plans and regulation. They should get on with it, not explain why snails give them an inferiority complex. 

Q6. Choose the correct option for (6) 

1. Falsely 

2. Seemingly 

3. Seems 

4. True 

5. Clearly 

Q7. Choose the correct option for (7) 

1. Rear 

2. Smear 

3. Snail 

4. Truth 

5. Frowning 

Q8. Choose the correct option for (8) 

1. Awash 

2. Aware 

3. Ameliorate 

4. Amecable 

5. Anonyms 

Q9. Choose the correct option for (9) 

1. Unearth 

2. Allied 

3. Familier 

4. Stagnation 

5. Stop 

Q10. Choose the correct option for (10) 

1. Rural 

2. Rapid 

3. Village 

4. Urbanisation 

5. Urbanising 


Q1. (4) Replace been with being 

Q2. (4) Replace by with from 

Q3. (3) Replace budget with budgetary 

Q4. (1) Replace practises with practices 

Q5. (2) Replace plead with plea. 

Q6. (2) 

Q7. (3) 

Q8. (1) 

Q9. (4) 

Q10. (5)

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