Sunday, 23 July 2017

English Questions For IBPS RRB PO Exam 2017

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English Questions For IBPS RRB PO Exam 2017

Be an early bird. Do not wait for an official notification. Start preparing for IBPS RRB exams. Error detection is a very important topic which will surely help you boost up your score. Though the sheer number of concepts and rules in English Section may seem intimidating at first, with discipline and the right approach, it is not difficult to master these concepts and their application to questions. Through such English Quizzes, we will provide you all types of high-level questions to ace the, Error, word usage, new pattern English section of banking and insurance exams.

Direction (1-10): In each of the following questions a short passage is given with one of the lines in the passage missing and represented by a blank. Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences in one. Select the best out of the five answer choices given, to make the passage complete and coherent.

Q1._______________________. Our society is still deeply mired in propagating caste and religious prejudices; rather than take up the issue in isolation, we need to strike at the root cause — caste prejudice. I wonder how this marginalized community will be able to attain some kind of social mobility even with reservation when there is a growing anti-reservation sentiment. We need to do something for them which is sustainable and helps them in achieving a social status on their own.

 (a)Because there is no support by society to eliminate the most inhuman of professions, manual scavenging still persist which is the basic reason
(b)Because there is despicable practice of manual scavenging which still persist in India, society support inhuman profession
(c) The basic reason why the despicable practice of manual scavenging still persists in India is because there is negligible or no support by society to eliminate this most inhuman of professions.
(d)No support by society to eliminate this most inhuman of professions manual scavenging still persist in India which is a despicable practice
(e)Why the despicable practice of manual scavenging still persists in India is negligible and no support by society.

Q2.  ___________. More than half of the are under cultivation does not have access to irrigation. Agriculture income generated at average size of land holding is not adequate to meet farmers’ needs.
Modern agriculture requires investment in farm machinery and use of purchased inputs like seed, fertiliser,agri-chemicals, diesel and hired labor. Most often, savings generated from unremunerative crop enterprise are inadequate for such investments. Rising expenses on health, education, social ceremonies and non-food items put additional financial demand on farm families.

(a)Indian agriculture low scale and low productivity. About 85% of the operational land-hold the country below 5 acre and 67% farm house hold one acre.
(b)Indian agriculture is known by low scale and productivity. Operational land –holding in country below 5 acre and 67% farm households survive average.
(c)About 85% of the operational land-holding is below 5 acres and 67% households Indian survive on average landholding on one acre.
(d)About 85% of the operational land-holding in country are below 5 acre and 67% average landholding on one acre.
(e) Indian agriculture is characterized by low scale and low productivity. About 85% of the operational land-holdings in the country are below 5 acres and 67% farm households survive on an average landholding of one acre.

Q3___________. However, with the declaration of peace, there was a need to do something about the installed capacity. And so, in 1946, Tupperware company came into being.
At present, the use of plastic has become so ubiquitous that even birds, animals and fish have unwittingly made it part of their diet. Disposed plastic degrades slowly, its chemicals getting leached into surroundings. Further, it breaks down into smaller components over time, entering our food chain and landing up on our plates.

(a)The first synthetic plastic was called Bakelite and was derived from fossil fuels. Large scale production during second world war, was directed for war effort.
(b) Plastics had their origin in cellulose derivatives. The first synthetic plastic was called Bakelite and was derived from fossil fuels. During the Second World War, large-scale production of plastic was directed towards the war effort.
(c)Plastic originates from derivatives. Bakelite was derived from fossil fuels. Large-scale production of plastic was directed towards war effort.
(d)During the second world war, large-scale production of plastic was for war effort. The first plastic Bakelite.
(e)During Bakelite was call first synthetic plastic, was derived from fossil fuel. Plastic had origin in cellulose derivatives. Large-scale production of plastic towards war.

Q4. _____________. The concept, cred-
ited to British economist John Maynard Keynes, has been heavily criticized for its assumption that people are naïve. The theory of rational expectations, which among other things states that people learn from experience and can reset their earlier beliefs, was a response to the idea of money illusion.

(a)The people care about the nominal value money rather than its real value. Workers, for instance, would be impressed if their wages double in a year if real money drop more than half
(b)The notion that people care about drop by more than half during the same period. According to this idea, workers, for instance, would be impressed if their wages gets double.
(c)The notion that people care  more about the nominal value , would be impressed if their wages double than its real value. Real value of their money were to drop by more than half during the same period.
(d) The notion that people care more about the nominal value of money rather than its real value. According to this idea, workers, for instance, would be impressed if their wages double in a year even if the real value of their money were to drop by more than half during the same period.
(e)The notion were to drop by more than half during the same period. According to this idea, workers, for instance, would be impressed if its wages double.

Q5. ___________. Down the ages, man has tried to discover life’s meaning, the purpose of living, whether there is a God or release from suffering… and to attain to some spiritual state where all the questions are understood by some experience, a transcendent mystical union with the ultimate.

(a)Trying to be something that you are not is not possible. The very want is no different than any other want that we might have.
(b)The very want is no different than any other want. It is not possible.
(c)Trying to be something that you are not is possible. The vary want is not different.
(d)We might have, something that we are not, is not possible. The very want is no different.
(e)No different than any other want that they might have.

Q6. ___________. However, it is not the case with e-commerce issues. In fact, e-commerce is a misnomer here. What is under discussion is placing great limitations on digital policymaking by any country in the name of promoting e-commerce. Few understand the real nature of the digital issues involved and the relevant policy requirements of the present and the future. In these circumstances, blank cheque could possibly be made out to global digital corporations and the countries backing them.

(a)Negotiate about their implications are many contentious issues involved in the Negotiators for the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership RCEP .
(b)CIssues involved in the Negotiators for the proposed regional comprehensive Economic Partnership RCEP, negotiate.
(c)Many contentious issues involved in Negotiators for the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic partnership RCEP, like implications.
(d)While there are many contentious issues involved in the Negotiators for the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership RCEP, countries at least know what they are negotiating about and their likely implications.
(e) Countries at least know what negotiate about implications, while many contentious issues involved Proposed Regional comprehensive Economic partnership.

Q7__________. No doubt there is still a lot of software code to be written and IT to be pulled together, and India retains some key advantages in core IT areas. But the issues of e-commerce or digital trade are much larger. We face a very new reality today as we stand on the threshold of a digital society, where every major economic and social activity will be underpinned by digital intelligence.

(a) India is still stuck in the IT realities of yesterday. It remains in denial about the major transformations in the sector that are taking place along with unprecedented job losses
(b)IT  Realities of yesterday. Major transformations in the sector that are taking place.
(c)It remains in denial about the major transformations , unprecedented job loses , India is still stuck in the IT reality of yesterday.
(d)India stuck in the IT reality of yesterday. Denial about the major transform the sector
 (e) Taking place along with unprecented job losses, India is still stuck in the IT reality of yesterday

Q8. ____________, may have triggered the current standoff with India in the Sikkim section of the China-India border, says a widely circulated Chinese Internet blog.

(a) China’s decision to complete the construction of a road to a watchtower in the Doklam area, which it had built in 2014
(b)In Doklam area, china decides to complete the construction of a road to watchtover
(c)In 2014 , China decides to complete the construction of road in the Doklam area, built in 2014
(d)Construction of a road to a watchover in Doklam area, trigeered current stand off
(e)China’s decision to complete the construction in Doklam area, build in 2014

Q9. ___________, as fashion designers have discovered to their discomfiture. The very slightest slight to the emblem invites the unwelcome attentions of the police. Even variations in the dimensions of the flag are verboten.
(a)designers discomfort the discoveries, India mightly uptight the tricolor
(b)Tricolour India’s might, wrapping yourself in the flag is offence
(c)Emblem invite the unwelcome tricolor , wrapping yourself has
(d)Wrapping yourself in the falg is offence, India might uprightly about tricolour
(e) India is mightily uptight about the tricolour. Wrapping yourself in the flag is an offence

Q10. _________________ — the first time this has happened in over a decade. While this marks a reversal of the trend till two years back, when states were more fiscally prudent than the central government, it is worrying that the run-rate is likely to continue and possibly worsen — triggered by a combination of revenue and expenditure side issues.

(a) With the gross fiscal deficit- GDP ratio breached 3 percent, combining fiscal position of states deteriorated.
(b)GDP ratio breaching the 3 percent threshold in 2015-2016, last couple of years
(c) The combined fiscal position of states has deteriorated sharply over the last couple of years, with the gross fiscal deficit-GDP ratio breaching the 3 per cent threshold in 2015-16
(d)With the gross fiscal deficit-GDP ratio breached the 3 per cent , sharply over the last couple of year
(e)Breaching the 3 per cent threshold in 2015-2016, combined fiscal position of states has deteriorated sharply

Directions (11-15): In each of the following sentences there are blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by the numbers a, b, c, d and e. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it grammatically correct.

Q11. ______Politicians alone can survive in politics where ___ rules the roost
(a)clever, practical
(b)wily; treacherous
(c)wily; treachery
(d)ideal; prestigious
(e)clever; rude

Q12.I am not___about your success because your ___approach to study is disappointing.
(a)despaired; irresolute
(b) hopeful; regular
(c)happy; reckless
(d)optimistic; perfunctory
(e)satisfied;demanding

Q13.Due to ___rainfall this year, there will be ___cut in water supply.
(a)enough; substaincial.
(b)meager;least
(c)sufficient;no
(d)surplus;abundant
(e)scarce;many

Q14.Radha’s___in athletics yielded rich __as she got a scholarship.
(a)performance;money
(b)defeat;results
(c)behavior; apprecation
(d)excellence;dividends
(e)determination; demand

Q15. The war ___immediately after the cease-fire proposal was ___bilaterally.
(a)receded; exchanged
(b)started;prepared
(c)ended;accepted
(d)extended;mitigated
(e)scheduled;cancelled


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