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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

English Language Quiz For IBPS Clerk Mains | 14-01-2020

Aditi Mahendras
English Language Quiz For IBPS Clerk Mains | 14-01-2020

Dear Readers,

Mahendras has started special quizzes for IBPS clerk Mains, 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. Here, we are providing you important questions of English Language for IBPS CLERK Mains 2019-20 exam.

Which of the Phrases(1), (2) (3) and (4) given below the sentence should replace the phrase given 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. 

Q1. The last owner of the house was interested in selling the house to the department of tourism but when the department did not shows interest, he sold it to another person. 

1. Did not show interested 

2. Did not show interest 

3. Did not showing interested 

4. Did not showed interested 

5. No correction required. 

Q2. The northwesterly winds coming from the snow clad mountains are lashing the city and the state . 

1. Coming from the snowy clad mountains 

2. Comes from the snowy clad mountains 

3. Come from the snowy clad mountains 

4. Came from the snowy clad mountains 

5. No correction required. 

Q3. The exchange programme was designed especially for the middle class and lower middle class families who most cannot affords to send their children to such trips. 

1. Mostly cannot afford to send 

2. Mostly cannot afford to sends 

3. Mostly cannot afford to sent 

4. Most cannot afford to sends 

5. No correction required. 

Q4. Most of the water tanks in the city are either in a dilapidated conditional or completely dysfunctional. 

1. Dilapidated conditions and complete 

2. Dilapidated condition or completely 

3. Dilapidated condition and completes 

4. Dilapidated condition or completing 

5. No correction required. 

Q5. With the end of Diwali festivities, the trains are once crowded again as the people working in other cities are going back. 

1. Once again crowds 

2. Once again crowded 

3. Once again crowd 

4. Crowd once again 

5. No correction required. 

Direction (6-10): Read he following Passage carefully and answer the given questions. 

The most (A) thing on the JMI wall is the national flag, hundreds of which are strung together in such a way that the tricolour runs (B) with the road. It is a beautiful, moving sight, offering scope for (C) interpretations. The flag as an act of both (D) and (E). 

Q6. Choose the correct option for (A). 

1. Ordinary 

2. Striking 

3. Obscure 

4. Boring 

5. Homely 

Q7. Choose the correct option for (B). 

1. Crooked 

2. Zigzag 

3. Parallel 

4. Skewed 

5. Different 

Q8. Choose the correct option for (C). 

1. Single 

2. Dual 

3. Motley 

4. Various 

5. Multiple 

Q9. Choose the correct option for (D). 

1. Acquisition 

2. Adequate 

3. Patriotism 

4. Both A and B 

5. Both B and C 

Q10. Choose the correct option for (E). 

1. Calmness 

2. Protest 

3. Acceptance 

4. Approval 

5. Flattery 











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