13/05/2017

एसबीआई पीओ और बॉब पीओ 2017 के लिए नई पैटर्न पर आधारित अंग्रेजी प्रश्नोतरी

New Pattern English Questions for SBI PO and BOB PO 2017

SBI PO और NIACL Assistant की परीक्षा के लिए अब केवल कुछ ही दिन शेष हैं. यह समय SBI PO Prelims और NIACL Assistant Prelims 2017 की परीक्षा के लिए अपनी तैयारी में तेजी लाने का है. यह अंग्रेजी के प्रश्न आपको BOB PO और NICL AO 2017 recruitment examination में भी बेहतर अंक प्राप्त करने में सहायता करेंगे. हम व्याकरण अनुभाग के लिए study notes भी प्रदान कर रहे है. और आप New Pattern English Questions का भी अभ्यास कर सकते है. 


Directions (1-10): In each of the following sentences, five options are given. You are required to identify the best way of writing the sentence in the context of the correct usage of standard written English. While doing so, you have to ensure that the message being conveyed remains the same in all the cases. Option A repeats the given sentence as it is. If the given sentence is correct, then choose option A as correct.

Q1. When one travels by Air Lahara, you often find that the prices are high and that the journey experience is extremely poor.
(a) When one travels by Air Lahara, you often find that the prices are high and that the journey experience is extremely poor.
(b) When you travel by Air Lahara, one often finds that the prices are high and that the journey experience is extremely poor.
(c) As you travel by Air Lahara, you often find that the prices are high and that the journey experience is extremely poor.
(d) If you travel by Air Lahara, you often find that the prices are high and that the journey experience is extremely poor.
(e) Whenever you are travelling by Air Lahara, you find the prices are high and the journey experience is extremely poor.


Q2. Ever since the sting operation, there has been much opposition from they who maintain that it was an unauthorized act.
(a) Ever since the sting operation, there has been much opposition from they who maintain that it was an unauthorized act.
(b) Ever since the sting operation, there has been much opposition from they who maintain that it had been an unauthorized act.
(c) Ever since the sting operation, there has been much opposition from those who maintain that it was an unauthorized act.
(d) Ever since the sting operation, there has been much opposition from those maintaining that it was an unauthorized act.
(e) Ever since the sting operation, there has been much of an opposition from them who maintain that it was an unauthorized act.

Q3. Having stole the money, the class teacher searched the student’s pocket.
(a) Having stole the money, the class teacher searched the student’s pocket.
(b) Having stolen the money, the student’s pockets were searched by the class teacher.
(c) having stolen the money, the class teacher searched the student’s pockets.
(d) Having stole the money, the class teacher was searched by the student.
(e) While stealing the money, the class teacher had searched the student’s pockets.

Q4. The child is neither encouraged to be critical or to examine all the aspects of his opinion.
(a) The child is neither encouraged to be critical or to examine all the aspects of his opinion.
(b) The child is neither encouraged to be critical nor to examine all the aspects of his opinion.
(c) The child is either encouraged to be critical or to examine all the evidence for his opinion.
(d) The child is either encouraged to be critical not to examine all the aspects of his opinion.
(e) None of these

Q5. Although I calculate that my girlfriend will be here any minute, I cannot wait much longer for her to arrive.
(a) Although I calculate that my girlfriend will be here any minute, I cannot wait much longer for her to arrive.
(b) Although I reckon that my girlfriend will be here any minute, I cannot wait much longer for her to arrive.
(c) Because I calculate that my girlfriend will be here any minute, I cannot wait much longer for her to arrive.
(d) Although I think that my girlfriend will be here any minute, I cannot wait much longer for her to arrive.
(e) Because I think that my girlfriend will be here any minute, I cannot wait any longer for her to arrive.

Q6. The process by which the community influences the actions of its members is known as social control.
(a) The process by which the community influences the actions of their members is known as social control.
(b) The process by which the community influences the actions of its members is known as social control.
(c) The process by which the community goes about influencing the actions of its members is known as social control.
(d) The process by which community influence the actions of his members is known as social control.
(e) The process by which the community influences the actions of its members could be known by social control.

Q7. To be sure, there would be scarcely no time left over for other things if school children would have been expected to have considered all sides of every matter on which they had opinions.
(a) There would be scarcely no time left over for other things if working people would have been expected to have considered all sides of every matter on which they had opinions.
(b) To be sure, there would be scarcely any time left for other things if working people should be expected to have considered all sides of every matter on which they had opinions.
(c) To be sure, there would be scarcely any time left over for other things if school children were expected to consider all sides of every matter on which they had opinions.
(d) To be sure, there would be scarcely no time left over for other things if school children will be expected to have been considering all sides of every matter on which they had opinions.
(e) Sure enough, scarcely there would be any time left for other things if school children were expected to consider all sides of the matters on which they had opinions.

Q8. Depending on skillful suggestion, argument is seldom used in advertising.
(a) Depending on skillful suggestion, argument is seldom used in advertising.
(b) Argument is seldom used by advertisers, who depend on skillful suggestion instead.
(c) Skillful suggestion is depended on by advertisers instead of argumentation.
(d) Suggestion, which is skillful, is used in place of argumentation by advertisers.
(e) Suggesting skillfully is what advertisers do apart from argumentation.

Q9. When this war is over, no kingdom will either be isolated in war or peace.
(a) When this war is over, no kingdom will either be isolated in war or peace.
(b) When this war is over, no kingdom will be either isolated in war or peace.
(c) When this war is over, no kingdom will either be isolated in war or be isolated in peace.
(d) When this war is over, no kingdom will be isolated either in war or peace.
(e) When this war is over, no kingdom will be isolated either in war nor peace.

Q10. The twelve-hour work day not only has been reduced to one of ten hours but also, in some lines of work, to below eight hours.
(a) The twelve-hour work day not only has been reduced to one of ten hours but also, in some lines of work, to below eight hours.
(b) Not only has the twelve-hour work day been reduced to one of ten hours but also, in some lines of  work, to below eight hours.
(c) The twelve-hour work day has not only been reduced to one of ten hours but also, in some lines of work, to below eight hours.
(d) The twelve-hour work day has been reduced not only to one of ten hours but also, in some lines of work, to below eight hours.
(e) The twelve-hour working day has not only been reduced to ten hours but also, in some cases, to less than eight hours.

Directions (11): In each of the following questions there are sentences that form a paragraph. Identify the sentence(s) or part(s) of sentence(s) that is/are correct in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option.

Q11. A. I did not know what to make of you.
B. Because you’d lived in India, I associate you more with my parents that with me.
C. And yet you were unlike my cousins in Calcutta, who seem so innocent and obedient when I visited them.
D. You were not curious about me in the least.
E. Although you did make effort to meet me.
(a) A only
(b) A and B
(c) A and E
(d) D only
(e) A and D

Directions (12-15: Each of the following questions has a paragraph from which the last sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the sentence that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

Q12. Most people at their first consultation take a furtive look at the surgeon’s hands in the hope of reassurance. Prospective patients look for delicacy, sensitivity, steadiness, perhaps unblemished pallor. On this basis, Henry Perowne loses a number of cases each year. Generally, he knows it’s about to happen before the patient does: the downward glance repeated, the prepared questions beginning to falter, the overemphatic thanks during the retreat to the door.

(a) Other people do not communicate due to their poor observation.
(b) Other patients do not like what they see but are ignorant of their right to g elsewhere.
(c) But Perowne himself is not concerned.
(d) But others will take their place, he thought.
(e) These hands are steady enough, but they are large.

Q13. Trade protectionism, disguised as concern for the climate, is raising its head. Citing competitiveness concerns, powerful industrialised countries are holding out threats of a levy on imports of energy-intensive products from developing countries that refuse to accept their demands. The actual sense of protectionist sentiment in the OECD countries is, of course, their current lackluster economic performance, combined with the challenges posed by rapid economic rise of China and India – in that order.

(a) Climate change is evoked to bring trade protectionism through the back door.
(b) OECD countries are taking refuge in climate change issues to erect trade barriers against these two countries.
(c) Climate change concerns have come as a convenient stick to beat the rising trade power of China and India.
(d) Defenders of global economic status quo are posing as climate change champions.
(e) Today’s climate change champions are the perpetrators of global economic inequity.

Q14. Mattancherry is Indian Jewry’s most famous settlement. Its pretty streets of pastel coloured houses, connected by first-floor passages and home to the last twelve saree-and-sarong-wearing, white-skinned Indian Jews are visited by thousands of tourists each year. Its synagogue, built in 1568, with a floor of blue and white china tiles, a carpet given by Haile Selassie and the frosty Yaheh selling tickets at the door, stands as an image of religious tolerance.

(a) Mattancherry represents, therefore, the perfect picture of peaceful coexistence.
(b) India’s Jews have almost never suffered discrimination, except for European colonizers and each other.
(c) Jews in India were always tolerant.
(d) Religious tolerance has always been only a façade and nothing more.
(e) The pretty pastel streets are, thus, very popular with the tourists.

Q15. Given the cultural and intellectual interconnections, the question of what is ‘Western’ and what is ‘Eastern’ (or Indian) is often hard to decide, and the issue can be discussed only in more dialectical terms. The diagnosis of a thought as ‘Purely Western’ or ‘Purely Indian’ can be very illusory.

(a) Thoughts are not the kind of things that can be easily categorized.
(b) Thought ‘occidentalism’ and ‘orientalism’ are dichotomous concepts.
(c) ‘East is East and West is West’ has been a discredited notion for a long time now.
(d) Compartmentalizing thoughts is often desirable.
(e) The origin of a thought is not the kind of thing to which ‘purity’ happened easily.





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