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English Language Quiz For SBI Clerk / RBI Assistant | 14-02-2020

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English Language Quiz For SBI Clerk / RBI Assistant | 10-02-2020

Dear Readers,
Mahendras has started special quizzes for SBI Clerk / RBI Assistant examination so that you can practice more and more to crack the examination. This SBI Clerk / RBI Assistant special quiz series will mold your preparations in the right direction and the regular practice of these quizzes will be really very helpful in scoring good marks in the Examination. Here we are providing you important question of English Language for SBI Clerk / RBI Assistant 2020 Exam.

1. Match the statements of column 1 and column 2 and find out which of the options gives the sense of complete sentences both grammatically and contextually.



   
  
Column I
Column II
   A.  Companies listen to their customers, and design products
      A.  the all-powerful head of the firm had to finally bow down.
      B.   Not just India, but dissenters and protesters around the world have learnt
   B. how to raise a voice against injustice from Mahatma Gandhi.
   C. Despite several threats and pressures, the protests continued
    C. that support customer’s lifestyle and instils brand association.

(1) A-F, B-E, C-D

(2) A-D, B-F, C-E

(3) A-F, B-D, C-E

(4) A-E, B-F, C-D

(5) A-E, B-D, C-F



2. Match the statements of column 1 and column 2 and find out which of the options gives the sense of complete sentences both grammatically and contextually.

Column I
Column II
        A.    The financial sector outgrew all the  real sectors of the economy
      A.    that has occurred during the last four decades.
   B. Financialization is a systemic transformation of capitalism
        B.     and customer service at the tap of a button on their mobile devices.
      C. Challengers are fully digital outfits that offer branch free banking
      C.     and profits were accrued through financial channels rather than productivity and trade.

(1) A-E, B-F, C-D

(2) A-F, B-E, C-D

(3) A-D, B-F, C-E

(4) A-F, B-D, C-E

(5) A-E, B-D, C-F

3. Match the statements of column 1 and column 2 and find out which of the options gives the sense of complete sentences both grammatically and contextually.


Column I
Column II
    A.  The financial sector outgrew all the real sectors of the economy
     A .    that has occurred during the last four decades.
 B. Financialization is a systemic transformation of capitalism
    B.     and customer service at the tap of a button on their mobile devices.
    C.     Challengers are fully digital outfits that offer branch free banking
    C.     and profits were accrued through financial channels rather than productivity and trade.

(1) A-E, B-F, C-D

(2) A-F, B-E, C-D

(3) A-D, B-F, C-E

(4) A-F, B-D, C-E

(5) A-E, B-D, C-F

4. Match the statements of column 1 and column 2 and find out which of the options gives the sense of complete sentences both grammatically and contextually.


 
Column I
Column II
  A. Companies listen to their customers, and design products
    A.    the all-powerful head of the firm had to finally bow down.
    B.  Not just India, but dissenters and protesters around the world have learnt
    B.     how to raise a voice against injustice from Mahatma Gandhi.
   C. Despite several threats and pressures, the protests continued
   C.     that support customer’s lifestyle and instils brand association.

(1) A-E, B-F, C-D

(2) A-F, B-E, C-D

(3) A-D, B-F, C-E

(4) A-F, B-D, C-E

(5) A-E, B-D, C-F

5. Match the statements of column 1 and column 2 and find out which of the options gives the sense of complete sentences both grammatically and contextually.


Column I
Column II
   A. A report cites surveys and other sources to suggest that most millennials
    A. are supposedly inadequate at the moment.
     B. The quantity and quality of engineers that India is producing annually
      B.  which fuels worker discontent.
  C. Many a times there is a vast   mismatch in the expectations of work  and its reality,
       C.   are not too keen on buying homes.

(1) A-E, B-F, C-D

(2) A-F, B-E, C-D

(3) A-D, B-F, C-E

(4) A-F, B-D, C-E

(5) A-E, B-D, C-F

6. In the following question, a word has been given and there are three ways in which the word has been used, in similar or different forms. Choose which of the sentences has/have the given word correctly used and mark your answer accordingly.


BURST

I. Broad beans are positively bursting with health and promise a bumper crop any minute now.

II. No sooner had the child seen his mother than he burst into tears.

III. She got so carried away when arguing with her husband that she bursted into tears.

(1) Only I

(2) Only II

(3) Only III

(4) Both I and II

(5) All I, II and III

7. In the following question, a word has been given and there are three ways in which the word has been used, in similar or different forms. Choose which of the sentences has/have the given word correctly used and mark your answer accordingly.

FORECAST

I. Yields of up to four tonnes an acre had been forecasted before weather broke.

II. The announcer on the radio this morning had forecasted that the storm would last until late this evening.

III. The weather forecast predicts a sunny start on Sunday but showers arriving later in the day.

(1) Only I

(2) Only II

(3) Only III

(4) Both I and II

(5) All I, II and III

8. In the following question, a word has been given and there are three ways in which the word has been used, in similar or different forms. Choose which of the sentences has/have the given word correctly used and mark your answer accordingly.

DELUGE

I. Even a little stream can cause a deluged when it rains heavily for a long duration.

II. At the back window, the oaks and the steep brown hill looked wonderfully romantic in the deluge.

III. Your savings are being eroded by the deluging of bills that arrive every month.

(1) Only I

(2) Only II

(3) Only III

(4) Both II and III

(5) All I, II and III

9. In the following question, a word has been given and there are three ways in which the word has been used, in similar or different forms. Choose which of the sentences has/have the given word correctly used and mark your answer accordingly.

EBB

I. He listened intently to the ebb and flow of these sounds.

II. After frequent failures my enthusiasm was ebbed away.

III. They had been there for a while and kept on swimming till the tide began to ebbed. 

(1) Only I

(2) Only II

(3) Only III

(4) Both I and II

(5) All I, II and III 

10. In the following question, a word has been given and there are three ways in which the word has been used, in similar or different forms. Choose which of the sentences has/have the given word correctly used and mark your answer accordingly.
TEETER

I. She was so mad at him that she teetered after him in her high-heeled sandals"

II. The aircraft continued to teeter absurdly on the edge of the sky.

III. Cows wander the streets, ragged children pester dogs with sticks and tailors teeter past on bicycles balancing bolts of fabric.

(1) Only I

(2) Only II

(3) Only III

(4) Both I and II

(5) All I, II and III


ANSWER:

1. (4)

2. (4)

3. (1)

4. (2)

5. (4)

6. (4)

In sentence I, burst means eruption.

In sentence III, Burst (v) – issue suddenly and uncontrollably. It is used only in its basic form.

7. (3) In sentence I and II sentence, forecast (predict or estimate) is used as a verb and it is used in its base from only.

In sentence I, forecast (n) – a calculation or estimate of future events.

8. (2)
In sentence I and II, deluge (n) – a severe flood, it should be ‘deluge’ as it is the place of a noun and ‘deluge’ is a noun.

In sentence III, it should be ‘deluge’ (n) – a great quantity of something arriving at the same time.

9. (1) In II: ‘ebbing’ is the correct form.

In III: ‘ebb’ is the correct form, according to ‘to’.

10. (5) Teeter (v) – move or balance unsteadily; sway back and forth.






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