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English Language Quiz For IBPS & SBI Exam | 03-05-2021

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Dear Readers,

Mahendras has started special quizzes for IBPS & SBI Exam so that you can practice more and more to crack the examination. This IBPS & SBI 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 & SBI Exam.

1-7. 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 or more than one part of the sentence. The number of that part/s is/are the answer. If there is no error, mark your answer as (5).

1 It’s a new century and the country is (A)/ striving to move past the legacy (B)/ to violence and bloodshed, (C)/ stemming from the 1947 Partition, (D)/ towards a future of peace, development and prosperity. (E)

01. Only B

02. Only A and C

03. Only C

04. Only D and E

05. No error

2 The rupee edged up 2 paise to (A)/ 64.55 against the US dollar in early (B)/ trade at the interbank forex market (C)/ on increase selling of the American (D)/ currency by exporters and banks. (E)

01. Only C

02. Only D

03. Only B

04. Only A

05. No error

3 The protests in the Northeast, (A)/ especially in Assam and Tripura, over the Centre’s move (B)/ to push through the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (C)/ in Parliament highlight (D)/ the dangerous pre-election adventurism of the political party.(E)

01. Only A

02. Only B

03. Only C

04. Only D

05. No error

4 Section 295A is a grossly misused section, (A)/ often invoked in trivial ways (B)/ to hounds individuals, (C)/ harass writers and curtail free expression (D)/ and it deserve to be scrapped.(E)

01. Only B, D and E

02. Only C and E

03. Only B and E

04. Only B

05. No error

5 The court’s concern about legal ethics (A)/ and standardising lawyers’ fees has some (B)/ appeal considering the difficulties (C)/ litigants experience with (D)/ lawyers and negotiating slow legal processes. (E)

01. Only B

02. Only C and D

03. Only A

04. Only E

05. No error

6 Investments needed on the score, (A)/ such as more buses for Delhi (B)/ or subsiding ‘happy seeder’ equipment for farmers, (C)/ should not be avoid as (D)/ they will repay themselves many times over. (E)

01. Only D

02. Only B

03. Only C and D

04. Only A

05. No error

7 Thousands of pensioners covered under (A)/ the EPF-95 scheme (B)/ staged a march demanding (C)/ that the minimum monthly pension (D)/ be raised to Rs 7,500. (E)

01. Only A and B

02. Only B and C

03. Only C and D

04. Only D and E

05. No error

7-10. In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered as well as filled with a word which may be appropriate in the context of the passage or maybe not. If the word highlighted is incorrect and needs improvement then choose any one option suggested given below. But if the given word is correct and requires no change then mark (5) i.e. no change required as your answer.

Economic optimism is on the rise around the world. A new survey from the Pew Research Centre, a think-tank, finds that residents of America, Europe and Japan are more confident about their countries’ economies than they were before the financial ____ (X) crisis. Rising spirits partly stem from the return of durable growth. But differences in optimism between countries cannot be accounted for by growth alone—or, indeed, by economic performance.

To take one example, the German economy is take____ (Y) by the IMF to grow at a similar rate to France’s. Yet whereas 83% of Germans believe their economy is doing well, only 21% of French people feel the same way. That suggests some other factor may be at play—perhaps the unemployment rate, which is much lower in Germany than in France.

Moreover, data compiled within specific countries suggest that economic optimism may not have much to do with the economy at all. The Pew report finds that respondents whose firm____ (Z) political party is in power tend to be more optimistic. For example, Venezuela’s GDP is expected to plummet by 7.4% in 2017; food shortages there are so severe that three-quarters of Venezuelans have lost weight involuntarily in the past year.

8 Choose the correct option for (X)

01. nepotism

02. frequent

03. catastrophe

04. stew

05. No change required

9 Choose the correct option for (Y)

01. projected

02. trajectory

03. affirm

04. alluded

05. No change required

10 Choose the correct option for (Z)

01. knows

02. preferred

03. precedent

04. familiarity

05. No change required


Q.1 (3)

Q.2 (2)

Q.3 (5)

Q.4 (2)

Q.5 (5)

Q.6 (1)

Q.7 (5)

Q.8 (5)

Q.9 (1)

Q.10 (2)


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