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English Language Quiz For IBPS PO & Clerk Exam |21-11-2020

Swati Mahendras

 Dear Readers,

Mahendras has started special quizzes for IBPS PO & Clerk Exam so that you can practice more and more to crack the examination. This IBPS PO & Clerk Exam 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 the important question of reasoning ability for the IBPS PO & Clerk Exam.

Q1-5 In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each five pairs of words have been denoted by numbers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled in the blanks inorder to make a meaningful sentence.

Q1 After ————the huge ———the luxury car makers have in the city, the manufacturers opened their showrooms.

01. Maintaining, probable

02. Diverting, implement

03. Stabilizing, available

04. Gauging, potential

05. Focusing, inherent

Q2 A submarine’s chambers are always oxygen —————— and there should have been a proper test before the workers——————.

01. Deficient, entered

02. Deficient, drafted

03. Deficient, volunteered

04. Deficient, recorded

05. Deficient, installed

Q3 With winter set to———, fruit juice corners are ———in business, welcoming a number of consumers.

01. Refuge, back

02. Retreat, back

03. Overcome, back

04. Achieve, back

05. Dwindle, back

Q4 Residents complain that ———-operations using hand-held devices are not ————to control mosquitoes.

01. Fogging, energetic

02. Fogging, forcible

03. Fogging, validity

04. Fogging, effective

05. Fogging, convinced

Q5 Officials refused to ———-details but hinted that some people ———with the tournament wanted high-level hacking done.

01. Admit, identified

02. Discover, blended

03. Divulge, associated

04. Disclose, correlated

05. Impart, divided

Q6-10 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. choosing a policy of ambiguity or suggesting through the media that they possessed a nuclear deterrent.

B. Eighteen years after India and Pakistan tested nuclear devices in Pokhran and Chagai in ‘98, there remains a yawning gap in perception on what this nuclear deterrent spells for the other country.

C. Though nuclear devices were clearly available to Pakistan for some time, the country’s permanent establishment lay low.

D. If a Kargil-type scenario happens in reverse and the conflict escalates to new fronts, India and the world would not want to test the rationality of Pakistan’s nuclear decision-makers.

E. It must be remembered that while India’s decision to test was a proactive one, the Pakistani call to test was a reaction, a response.Had India not gone first, it would have been nearly impossible for Islamabad to test.

F. It’s evident that as we approach the two-decade mark after the Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests, both countries, especially Pakistan, have indulged in acts of conventional military provocation, reflected in the mini Kargil war.

Q6 Which of the following should be the ‘ LAST’ statement?

01. D

02. E

03. A

04. B

05. C

Q7 Which of the following should be the ‘ FOURTH’ statement?

01. A

02. B

03. C

04. D

05. F

Q8 Which of the following should be the ‘ FIRST’ statement?

01. F

02. A

03. B

04. C

05. E

Q9 Which of the following should be the ‘ FIFTH’ statement?

01. C

02. D

03. A

04. F

05. B

Q10 Which of the following should be the ‘ SECOND’ statement?

01. C

02. F

03. B

04. D

05. E

Answers :-

Q.1 (4)

Q.2 (1)

Q.3 (2)

Q.4 (4)

Q.5 (3)

Q.6 (1)

Q.7 (1)

Q.8 (3)

Q.9 (4)

Q.10 (5)


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