29/07/2017

Twisted Ones English Questions For IBPS RRB PO Exam 2017


Dear Students,

English Questions For IBPS RRB PO Exam 2017

English Section is going to be very challenging and tricky. You need to learn and practice all types of questions including New Pattern English questions. Today, in this post, we are providing Cloze Test. Attempt this quiz and assess your understanding of English language For IBPS RRB PO 2017.

Directions (1-10): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q1. A controversial plan to build an immense dam in Brazil’s rainforest was stalled when it __________ a formidable bloc of __________ in ecologists and indigenous tribes alike.
(a) resulted, hostilities
(b) gained, supporters
(c) attracted, opponents
(d) lead, protesters
(e) drew, proponents
Q2. According to a recent survey, sales figures of high-end cars have seen a __________ growth in the past year, which shows that Indian consumers have __________ the impact of the recession.
(a) unprecedented, negated
(b) unbelievable, suffered
(c) unusual, worsened
(d) insignificant, endured
(e) adequate, proven

Q3. The National Knowledge Commission has said that India will have to bring __________ in education if it has to emerge as the most __________ workforce of the world.
(a) changes, biggest
(b) reforms, talented
(c) alleviation, skillful
(d) quality, brighter
(e) outcomes, demanded

Q4. Norway has stolen a march over other developed countries by __________ that it would reduce 40% of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 and __________ carbon neutral by 2030.
(a) allowing, turn
(b) posing, grew
(c) estimating, exist
(d) perceiving, arising
(e) declaring, become

Q5. According to the language experts, children should begin talking in their mother tongue rather than a foreign language which can __________ affect their comprehension abilities leading to serious language based __________ later in their lives.
(a) significantly, abilities
(b) appropriately, achievements
(c) severely, advantages
(d) adversely, problems
(e) positively, issues

Q6. Drawing attention to the pitfalls of __________ solely on Uranium as a fuel for nuclear reactors, Indian scientists warned that Uranium will not last for long and thus research on Thorium as its __________ must be revived.
(a) using, substitute
(b) believing, replacement
(c) depending, reserve
(d) reckoning, option
(e) relying, alternative

Q7. In an effort to provide __________ for high education to all, most of the universities have been providing education without adequate infrastructure, thus churning our __________ graduates every year.
(a) chances, fresh
(b) platform, capable
(c) opportunities, unemployable
(d) prospects, eligible
(e) policy, incompetent

Q8. The move to allow dumping of mercury __________ an outcry from residents of the area who __________ that high levels of mercury will affect their health and destroy will affect their health and destroy ecologically sensitive forest area.
(a) resulted, insist
(b) provoked, fear
(c) incited, determined
(d) activated, accept
(e) angered, belief

Q9. __________ has been taken against some wholesale drug dealers for dealing in surgical items without a valid license and maintaining a stock of __________ drugs.
(a) Note, overwhelming
(b) Step, impressive
(c) Execution, outdated
(d) Action, expired
(e) Lawsuit, invalid

Q10. Even as the __________ elsewhere in the world are struggling to come out of recession, Indian consumers are splurging on consumer goods and to __________ this growth, companies are investing heavily in various sectors.
(a) economies, meet
(b) countries, inhibit
(c) governments, measure
(d) nations, inflict
(e) companies, counter

Directions (11-15): Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below each statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct. If the sentence is correct as it is given and No correction is required, mark (e) as the answer.

Q11. Soon after the Tsunami had killed thousands of people along the coasts of southern India, Parliament passes a bill that proposed to set up an institutional mechanism to respond promptly to natural disasters.
(a) passed a bill that proposed
(b) passes a bill with proposed
(c) pass a bill proposing
(d) passed a bill which propose
(e) No correction required

Q12. Denial of wages forced scientists and teachers at the agriculture universities throughout the country to go on strike, crippling crucial research that could help the state of agriculture in the country.
(a) from going on strike
(b) which went on strike
(c) on going for a strike
(d) for going to strike
(e) No correction required

Q13. In an attempt to boost their profits many edible oil producing companies have been engaging themselves in propagandas against commonly used oils and promoting exotic and expensive varieties of oils as more healthier options.
(a) as most healthiest options
(b) as less healthy option
(c) as healthier option
(d) as must healthiest option
(e) Non correction required

Q14. Thanks to numerous government initiatives, rural masses which was earlier unaware of the luxuries of urban ways of living are now connected to the same lifestyle.
(a) who was earlier unaware
(b) which were earlier aware
(c) who were earlier conversant
(d) who were earlier unaware
(e) No correction required

Q15. Over the last few months, while most industries are busy in restructuring operations, cutting costs and firing, the Indian pharmaceutical and healthcare industry was adding manpower and given salary hikes.
(a) as many industries are
(b) while most industries were
(c) while many industries is
(d) where many industries were
(e) No correction required

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