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Wednesday, 10 October 2018

English Language For IBPS Clerk | 10- 10- 18

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English Language For IBPS Clerk | 08- 10- 18
Dear Aspirants,

As IBPS has released the official notification of the Common Recruitment Process for selection of personnel for Clerical cadre Posts and the exam is tentatively scheduled to be held December 2018 & January 2019. 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 Clerk 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 Clerk 2018 exam.



Q.1-10.In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, One of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case. 

While (1) common parlance, the word ‘Purusha’ is taken to mean a male, it (2) a more significant meaning in the context of Sri Vaishnava philosophy. ‘Puru’ means (3). Purusha is the One (4) gives abundantly. The Purusha is Lord Narayana, and He gives plentifully because of His Consort. She is the One who (5) Him give. Without her to intercede on our behalf, Lord Narayana would not be the generous giver that He is. 

When a child wants something, the child (6) its mother, who then asks her husband to get for the child what it wants. A mother (7) more readily than a father, who is (8) indulgent towards the children. In the (9) way, the Lord is the One who gives, but He gives only (10) Goddess Mahalakshmi asks Him to. 

Q.1. (1) in (2) at (3) upon (4) into (5) with 

Q.2. (1) have (2) has (3) had (4) one (5) is 

Q.3. (1) middle (2) many (3) plenty (4) less (5) excitement 

Q.4. (1) that (2) which (3) for (4) who (5) whom 

Q.5. (1) make (2) making (3) made (4) has made (5) makes 

Q.6. (1) approaches (2) see (3) approach (4) seeing (5) saw 

Q.7. (1) run (2) talk (3) gives (4) scold (5) feed 

Q.8. (1) more (2) most (3) mostly (4) less (5) little 

Q.9. (1) same (2) some (3) pattern (4) only (5) on 

Q.10. (1) which (2) afterward (3) because (4) before (5) till 

Answers: 

Q.1.(1) In - preposition to show while referring something. 

At - indicates direction 

eg. The train is arriving at the platform 

eg. He is at the gate 

Upon - used to dynamic thing. 

eg. The cat jumped upon the table. 

Into - used for Dynamic thing. 

eg. He jumped into the river 

with - used in the company or presence of a person. 

He was going to market with his father. 

Q.2.(2) 

Q.3.(3) Plenty - enough or more 

Q.4.(4) Who - Relative pronoun is appropriate because it indicates a person here. 

That - Relative pronoun used after such word - only, nothing, all, any, the superlative degree of an adjective. 

eg. 1- All that glitters is not gold. 

2 - This is the best that he could do. 

Which - a Relative Pronoun used two Non-living things 

Eg. This is a pen which yesterday he had bought 

For co-ordinate conjunction used to express the reason. 

eg. I could not come for I was busy. 

Whom - Relative pronoun used as an object. 

eg. I saw a man whom some police men beat mercilessly. 

Q.5.(5) ‘Makes’ is appropriate here because the sentence has been given in present Indefinite tense. 

Making - is the ing form of made. 

made - made is the past participle form of make. 

Q.6.(1) Approaches - To come near or nearer to something or some one. 

See- To view some one 

Eg. He saw his visitors at the door 

Q.7.(3) gives - To provide something. 

Eg. He gave his younger brother five rupees. 

run - To move along, faster than walking. 

Eg. I can run a mile in five minutes. 

Talk- conversation between two people. 

Eg. They were talking to solve the problem. 

Scold- to rebuke some one. 

1 - He scolded his son for shirking the work. 

Feed - To give food to a person. 

Eg. lets feed the kids first 

Q.8.(4) 

Q.9.(1) 

Q.10.(3)

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