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Thursday, 14 March 2019

English Language For All Banking Exams | 14- 03 - 19

Mahendra Guru
English Language For All Banking Exams | 14- 03 - 19
Dear Aspirants,

As IBPS has released its official calendar of Online CWE for RRBs and PSBs examinations 2019, so its high time to start preparations for the coming year. Looking at the calendar, 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 all the upcoming competitive exams 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 all banking exams.

Q.1-5. Read each part of the sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, mark your answer as (5). 

Q.1. The number of people (1)/ applying were so large (2)/ that the college had to (3)/ stop issuing application form (4)/ No error.(5) 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.2. She asked me to look (1)/ at the dreadful letter (2)/ she has got and (3)/ asked how she should answer it (4)/ No error. (5). 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.3. I congratulated (1)/ her for her (2)/ success in the (3)/ civil services entrance examination (4)/ No error.(5). 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.4. If neither of them (1)/ are to be trusted (2)/ it is not at all (3)/ advisable to invest further (4)/ No error (5). 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.5. As a student of English (1)/ literature he often reads (2)/ novels written by (3)/ the famous English novelist (4)/ No error.(5). 

1. 1 

2. 2 

3. 3 

4. 4 

5. 5 

Q.6-10. Which of the Phrases (1), (2) (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrases printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer. 

Q.6. Asia is facing the brunt of climate change and will see severe stressed on water resources and food-grain production in the future 

1. See severe stress on 

2. Saw severe stresses on 

3. Seen severe stressed in 

4. Saw severely stress in 

5. No correction required 

Q.7. Weather experts predicted a hot summer and said a further rise in day temperatures was on the cards. 

1. Are on the cards 

2. Is in the cards 

3. Was into the cards 

4. Were of the cards 

5. No correction required 

Q.8. Globally, ‘mapping’ is the latest and the most effective scientific tool for preventive and prediction policing. 

1. Prevention and prediction policing 

2. Preventive and predictive police 

3. Preventive and predictive policing 

4. Prevention and predictive policing 

5. No correction required 

Q.9. The debate on what it takes to make a good politician could stretch endlessly but most people would agree on the importance for outward appearances

1. Agreed on the important of outward appearances 

2. Agree on the importance of outward appearances 

3. Agrees in the importance of outward appearances 

4. Agree of the important off outward appearances 

5. No correction required 

Q.10. Hundreds of thousands of people are take routine medicines that increase their risk of dementia by up to a third, researchers have warned. 

1. are taken routine medicines that 

2. are taking routine medicines who 

3. are taking routine medicinal that 

4. are taking routine medicines that 

5. No correction required 

ANSWERS 

Q.1. (2) ‘was’ should be used in place of were the number of takes singular verb. 

Q.2. (3) ‘had’ should be used in place of ‘has’. 

Q.3. (2) ‘on’ should be used in place of ‘for’ 

Q.4. (2) ‘is’ should be used in place of ‘are’. 

Q.5. (3) 'when' should be used in place of ‘then’ conjunction when is used with hardly. 

Q.6. (1) 

Q.7. (5) 

Q.8. (3) 

Q.9. (2) 

Q.10. (4) 

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