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Monday, 16 September 2019

English Language Quiz For IBPS PO/Clerk | 16- 09 - 19

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English Language Quiz For IBPS PO/Clerk | 16- 09 - 19
Dear Readers,

As IBPS has released the much-awaited vacancies for the post of Probationary Officers & Clerk, we have launched 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 IBPS 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 PO/CLERK  2019 exam.

Directions (1-5): Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.

(A) That they are widely read. What happened to Rushdie

(B) Surely the extremists, irrespective of the group they represent

(C) And Taslima Nasreen proved no exception to that rule

(D) Then why do they target books and authors? 

(E) Know that as well as anyone

(F) Efforts to silence books and authors normally end up making sure

Q-1 Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

01. B 

02. F 

03. C 

04. E 

05. D 

Q-2 Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

01. F 

02. B 

03. A 

04. D 

05. C 

Q-3 Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

01. B 

02. C 

03. E 

04. D 

05. F 

Q-4 Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

01. E 

02. F 

03. A 

04. C 

05. B 

Q-5 Which of the following would be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?

01. A 

02. D 

03. E 

04. F 

05. C 

The arrangement is FACBED. The final paragraph describes how the freedom of thought is not given to authors and writers by criticizing their writing by the extremists. What happened to Tasleema Nasreen is the same thing.

Directions (1-5): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Sachin Tendulkar, if he is given to such fancies, might have felt a sense of déjà vu over the past year-a sense of experiencing his glittering career in miniature. Hardly had the Little Master enjoyed his most prolific year (2010) in Test cricket and savoured the heady success of a World Cup win when the familiar constricting pressure reappeared. The national obsession with him hadn't dimmed; it had merely been distributed among the members of a resurgent Team India. But with expectations of a 100th international hundred raised to fever pitch, and India's standards - and his own, to a lesser extent - sliding, the 38-year-old genius from Mumbai will have been reminded of the time every innings of his affected the country's mood. Typically, Tendulkar has handled the period of 12 months and 33 innings with dignity. He has said little; but he has always maintained that he plays not for records but because he loves the game. Yet it's his numbers that help put his greatness in perspective. So while a 100th hundred is no more or less significant than a 101st or 99th - indeed, it's an artificial landmark as some critics have suggested - the roundness of the figure allows us to stand back and comprehend its staggering enormity.

Longevity is the gold standard of greatness. Over the course of a long career - particularly one such as Tendulkar's, which has spanned cricket eras - every facet is subjected to the strictest scrutiny. It takes a singular individual to survive change: in his 23 years in international cricket, the great man has seen the game evolve both subtly and significantly. But it takes no less than a defining figure to dictate the course of change. As a constant presence, but not an unchanging one, Tendulkar has been a major part of the evolution, his batsmanship and the bowlers' reaction to it altering cricket. He laid down the template for greatness across formats, art customised to canvas. Cricket hasn't seen a better Test and One-Day International batsman. Sir Vivian Richards was a dominant master of both formats - and he's Tendulkar's only competitor for the honour - but the Indian has done it for longer and with greater consistency than the illustrious West Indian. Tendulkar himself will debate the point, for he holds Richards in the highest esteem. 

Q-6 For how many years, has Tendulkar been playing international cricket?

01. 38 years 

02. 23 years 

03. 12 months 

04. 33 years 

05. None of these

Q-7 Why has Sir Vivian Richards been called a competitor of Tendulkar?

01. His looks are similar to that of Tendulkar 

02. His contribution to the game of cricket has been more than that of Tendulkar 

03. He is as famous as is Tendulkar 

04. He has played both one-day international and test cricket as efficiently as has Tendulkar 

05. All of these 

Q-8 What is meant by déjà vu, according to the passage?

01. His role in the Indian cricket team 

02. His memorable winning of world cup 

03. Remembering his entire cricket career 

04. His struggle to perform well in every match 

05. None of these 

Q-9 Which of the following is True according to the passage?

01. Tendulkar has always been against evolution of cricket 

02. Tendulkar is known for his love for cricket 

03. Tendulkar has never given respect to Sir Vivian Richards 

04. Tendulkar has played only one day international matches 

05. Tendulkar has played most of his matches against Indian team 

Q-10 The author has ---------------- Tendulkar's career in cricket.

01. mentioned 

02. Criticized giving reasons 

03. Blamed 

04. appreciated wholeheartedly 

05. Divided

Answers

Q.1 (2)

Q.2 (4)

Q.3 (1)

Q.4 (3)

Q.5 (3)

Q.6 (2) 

Q.7 (4)

Q.8 (3)

Q.9 (2)

Q.10 (4)

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