Tuesday, 30 May 2017

देना बैंक पीओ परीक्षा 2017 के लिए अंग्रेजी की प्रश्नोतरी


English Questions for Dena Bank PO Exam 2017


प्रिय छात्रों, यह परीक्षा का समय है. SBI PODena Bank PORBI Grade- B की परीक्षाएं आने वाले दिनों या महीनों में होने वाली है. हल ही में, कई परीक्षाओं में  New Pattern English Questions पूछे गए है. अत: हम आपको कठिन स्तर के 15 English Questions प्रदान कर रहे है, उनका अभ्यास कीजिये.

Directions (1-10): Replace the highlighted words in the given sentences with the appropriate synonym.

Q1. The intent of the innovation is to obviate the time spent in converting writing to speech and vice versa in class.
(a) actuate
(b) aggregate
(c) preclude
(d) occlude
(e) decimal 

Q2. The concept of punishment has become a virtual taboo; it is regarded as primitive, atavistic, an uneducated desire for vengeance, and a throwback to an uncivilized age.
(a) regressive
(b) deficient
(c) emergent
(d) fallible
(e) entrenched

Q3. Dissociation is a method by which the personality utilizes one part of the organism independently of the antagonistic trends of the personality.
(a) hypocritical 
(b) illimitable
(c) litigious
(d) adversarial
(e) maudlin

Q4. Her family is a storied one, albeit the kind of stories that involved yellow journalism, character assassination, political manipulation and gossip mongering.
(a) mettlesome
(b) chronicled
(c) sinuous
(d) privileged
(e) initiating

Q5. Mill’s concern for the status of women dovetails with the rest of his thought-it is not a disconnected issue.
(a) interlocks
(b) cuts
(c) intersects
(d) stultifies
(e) resonates


Q6. Picasso is generally considered in his technical virtuosity, enormous versatility, and incredible originality and prolificity to have been the foremost figure in 20th–century art.
(a) tenacity
(b) utility
(c) temerity
(d) veracity
(e) fecundity

Q7. The persistence of explicit bias in contemporary culture has led some critics to maintain that implicit bias is of secondary concern. But hundreds of studies of implicit bias show that its effects can be equally insidious.
(a) veracity 
(b) tremulous
(c) vacuous
(d) stealthy
(e) harmless

Q8. Humid weather will also ratchet up the sweating rate—but in high humidity, sweat typically drips off the body rather than evaporating, thus providing no cooling effect.
(a) pawl
(b) tinge
(c) subsist
(d) tarry
(e) notch

Q9. Borrowing principles from industries like aviation, the matrix of systems Volvo and other carmakers are working on will interact to start crash prevention and mitigation hours, rather than milliseconds, before impact.
(a) template
(b) proxy
(c) progeny
(d) mural
(e) forces

Q10. It matters to us what happens to us after we die. This statement is a truism to most reflective adults, and it is confirmed rather than contradicted by the contemporary culture of death-denial.
(a) truncation
(b) anarchism
(c) platitude
(d) fruition
(e) nemesis


Directions (11-15): 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 there is no correction required, select option A.  

Q11. With the exception of Dipanjan and I, everyone in the class finished the assignment before the teacher came.
(a) With the exception of Dipanjan and I, everyone in the class finished the assignment before the teacher came.
(b) With the exception of Dipanjan and me, everyone in the class finished the assignment before the teacher came.
(c) With the exception of Dipanjan and me, everyone in the class had finished the assignment before the teacher came.
(d) With the exception of Dipanjan and I, everyone in the class had finished the assignment before the bell rang.
(e) With the exception of Dipanjan and I, everyone in the class finished the assignment before the teacher comes.

Q12. Familiar with the terrain from previous visits, the explorer’s search for the Big Monkey’s abode was a success.
(a) Familiar with the terrain from previous visits, the explorer’s search for the Big Monkey’s abode was a success.
(b) Familiar with the terrain from previous visits, the success of the explorer’s search for the Big Monkey’s abode was a mere formality.
(c) Familiar with the terrain from previous visits, the explorer succeeded in finding the Big Monkey’s abode.
(d) Familiar with the terrain from previous visits, the search by the explorer for the Big Monkey’s abode was successful.
(e) Familiar of the terrain with previous visits, the explorer succeeded in searching the Big Monkey’s abode.

Q13. Liberalisation has gone hand in hand and has offered incentives for things as personal initiative, ambition, loyalty, hard work, and resourcefulness.
(a) Liberalisation has gone hand in hand and has offered incentives for such things as personal initiative, ambition, loyalty, hard work, and resourcefulness.
(b) Liberalisation has gone hand in hand with and has offered incentives for such things as personal initiative and ambition, loyalty, hard work, and resourcefulness.
(c) Liberalisation had going hand in hand with and has offered incentives for such things as personal initiative and ambition, loyalty, hard work, and resourcefulness.
(d) Liberalisation has gone hand in hand and is offering incentives for such things as personal initiative ambition, loyalty, hard work, and resourcefulness.
(e) Liberalisation has gone hand in hand while and providing incentives for such things as personal initiative and ambition, loyalty, hard work, and resourcefulness.

Q14. I am not to eager to go to this movie because it did not get good reviews.
(a) I am not to eager to go to this movie because it did not get good reviews.
(b) Because of its poor reviews, I am not too eager to go to this movie.
(c) I am not too eager to go to this movie because the critics did not give it good reviews.
(d) I am not too eager to go to this movie because of its poor reviews.
(e) I am not too eager to go to these movie because of its poor reviews.

Q15. May I venture to say that I think this batting performance is the most superior I have ever seen?
(a) May I venture to say that I think this batting performance is the most superior I have ever seen?
(b) May I venture to say that this batting performance is the most superior I have ever seen?
(c) May I say that this batting performance is the most superior I have ever seen?
(d) I think this performance is superior to any I have ever seen.
(e) May I venture to say that this batting performance is more superior to anyone I have ever seen.


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