mahendras

IBPS PO 2018 | IBPS Clerk 2018 | IBPS RRB 2018 | SBI PO 2018 | BOB PO 2018 | SSC CGL 2018 | RPF Constable 2018 | RPF SI | RRB ALP 2018 | RRB Group D 2018

Now Subscribe for Free videos

Subscribe Now

Thursday, 6 December 2018

English Language Quiz For Canara Bank PO | 06- 12 - 18

Mahendra Guru : Online Videos For Govt. Exams
English Language Quiz For Canara Bank PO | 06- 12 - 18
Dear Aspirants,

As Canara Bank has released the notification for the Recruitment Of Probationary Officers In Junior Management Grade Scale-I On successful completion of specially designed Post Graduate Diploma In Banking and Finance (PGDBF) Course and the exam is tentatively scheduled to be held December 2018. 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 Canara Bank PO 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 Canara Bank PO 2018 exam.

Q.1. In the following sentence if part (A) is fixed, rearrange the following sentence. 

Not too far away, a passer(A)/ train chugged across one(B)/ of the several bridges (C)/ that bisect portion’s(D)/ of the water body.(E) 

1. ABDCE 

2. ADECB 

3. AECDB 

4. ACEDB 

5. No change required 

Q.2-6. Read the THREE sentences i.e. (A), (B) and (C) given below respectively and try to find out the sentence(s) which is/are CORRECT among them and mark your Answer. 

Q2. (A)-The State government arrested 18,977 drug peddlers. 

(B)-The State government treated over two lakh drug-dependent individual. 

(C)-Over 3,9 convicts and 5,61 undertrials are in prison. 

1. Only A 

2. Only B 

3. Both B and C 

4. Both A and C 

5. All are correct 

Q3. (A)-Authorities had said that incoming monsoon rains that could increase water levels. 

(B)-I confirm that we are at war with water and time. 

(C)-The most touching note came from one whose name was not clear. 

1. Only A 

2. Only C 

3. Both B and C 

4. Both A and B 

5. All are correct 

Q4. (A)-A tender have been placed for five lakh test kits. 

(B)-We have made dope testing mandatory for a weapons licence. 

(C)-The mechanism and facilities at the district level are in order. 

1. Only A 

2. Only B 

3. Both B and C 

4. Both A and B 

5. All are correct 

Q5. (A)-He was pursuing her masters degree at the University of Missouri. 

(B)-The relatives took up crowd-sourcing for raise funds. 

(C)-City police said the matter was totally unclear. 

1. Only A 

2. Only C 

3. Both B and C 

4. Both A and B 

5. All are correct 

Q6. (A)-Experienced cave rescue experts consider an underwater escape a last resort. 

(B)-Because of twists and turns the path out is considered. 

(C)-The Punjab Cabinet earlier decided to recommend the death penalty. 

1. Only A 

2. Only C 

3. Both B and C 

4. Both A and B 

5. All are correct 

Q.7-8. What is nearly the most similar meaning given in bold. 

Q7. I felt a heavy blow with his fist on my back while walking down the street of London. 

1. clumsy 

2. rummage 

3. thump 

4. cloak 

5. No change required 

Q8. In the middle of the road I saw a small group of trees lying. 

1. clump 

2. rump 

3. trunk 

4. triumph 

5. No change required 

Q.9-10. In each of the following question four words are given of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning. Find the two words which are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning and indicate the number of the correct letter combination.

Q9. (A) Abundance  (B) Incomparable  (C) Projection  (D) Plethora 

1. A -C 

2. A -B 

3. C - D 

4. B - D 

5. A - D 

Q10. (A) Germane  (B) Eccentric  (C) Consent  (D) Abnormal 

1. B – D 

2. A - B 

3. A - D 

4. C - D 

5. B - C 

ANSWERS 

Q1. (5) 

Q2. (4) 

Q3. (5) 

Q4. (3) A tender has been should be used. 

Q5. (2) 

His should be used, in part A. 

For raising funds in part B. 

Q6. (5) 

Q7. (3) 

For other options 

Rummage(v)- search unsystematically and untidily through something. 

Cloak(n)- a sleeveless outdoor over-garment that hangs loosely from the shoulders. 

Q8. (1) 

For other options 

Rum(n)-remainder 

Triumph(v)- achieve a victory 

Q9. (5) A – D 

'Abundance’ and plethora’ words are similar in meaning. 

‘Abundance’ means a great or plentiful amount. 

For other options : 

Incomparable : Being such that comparison is impossible. 

Q10. (1) D-B 

‘Eccentric’ and ‘Abnormal’ are similar in meaning. 

Eccentric a person who deviates from normal forms of behaviour. 

For other options : 

Germane: relevant and appropriate. 

Consent to give assent.

Copyright © 2017-18 www.mahendraguru.com All Right Reserved Powered by Mahendra Educational Pvt . Ltd.