30/09/2017

English Questions For IBPS PO and Clerk Exam 2017

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English Questions For IBPS RRB PO Exam 2017

English Section is a topic that is feared by most of the candidates appearing in the IBPS PO Exam. Though the sheer number of concepts and rules 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 questions based on new pattern English section of banking exams.

Directions (Q1-15): Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required (e) as the answer.

Q1. The rising attrition in PSEs should be wake up call for key stakeholders to examining why employees are seeked better opportunities with private companies in India and abroad and find ways to remedy the situation. 
(a) should  be the wake up call for key stakeholders to examine why employees is seeking better
(b) should be the wake off call for key stakeholders to examine why employees are seeking better
(c) should the wake up call for key stakeholders for examine why employees are seeking better 
(d) should be the wake up call for key stakeholders to examine why employees are seeking better
(e) No improvement required.

Q2. A dedicated bunch of volunteers willing to take time out to run education workshops for residents and housekeeping staff.
(a) willing to take time out for run education workshops for
(b) willing to take time out to running education workshops for
(c) willing to take time out to run education workshops of
(d) willing to take time for run education workshops for
(e) No improvement required.

Q3. There has be a lot of controversy over the last few days thanks to the new policy. 
(a) have been a lot of controversy over the last few days
(b) has been a lot of controversy from the last few days
(c) has being a lot of controversy over the last few days
(d) has been a lot of controversies over the last few days 
(e) No improvement required.

Q4. If you build your own isolated telecom companies, it is of no use because customers will have being able to talk to each other only when there is an interconnect. 
(a) it is of no use because customers will be able to talk to each other
(b) it is of not use because customers will be able to talk to each other
(c) it is of no used because customers will been able to talk to each other
(d) it is of no use because customers will being able to talk to one other
(e) No improvement required.

Q5. Unemployment in the worlds biggest develope economies has been falling, at least since the end of the financial crisis.
(a) world's biggest development economies has been falling, at least since
(b) world's biggest developed economy have been falling, at least since
(c) world's biggest developed economies has falling, at least since
(d) world's biggest developed economies has been falling, at least since
(e) No improvement required.

Q6. Indian gold demand typically rises in the last three months of the year as consumers buy more for the wedding season as well as for festivals such as Diwali and Dussehra.
(a) Indian gold demand typical rises in the last three months of the year as consumers buy
(b) Indian gold demand typically been rises in the last three months of the year as consumers buy
(c) Indian gold demand typically will be rises in the last three months of the year as consumers buy
(d) Indian gold demand typically will rises in the last three months of the year as consumers buy
(e) No correction required

Q7. Central acquiescence to the process of an referendum to decided or infer opinions on sovereignty also allows for a true campaign on both sides of the yes/no positions in the referendum.
(a) Central acquiescence to the process of a referendum too decide or infer opinions on sovereignty also will be allows
(b) Central acquiescence to the process of a referendum to decide or infer opinions on sovereignty also allows
(c) Central acquiescence to the process of an referendum to decide or infer opinions on sovereignty also allowed
(d) Central acquiescence to the process of a referendum to decide or infer opinions on sovereignty also has allows
(e) No correction required

Q8. Many tax evaders choose to park their illicit wealth in gold as it is nearly as liquid as currency in the country.
(a) choose to park there illicit wealth in gold as it is nearly as liquid as
(b) choose to park their illicit wealth in gold as it is near as liquid as
(c) choose to park their illicit wealth in gold as it is nearly as liquid 
(d) choose to park their illicit wealth in gold as it is nearly liquid as
(e) No correction required

Q9. Market participants attributed the recent slide to a mix of concerns related on domestic macro-economic factors and global geo-political issues. 
(a) Market participants is  attributed the recent slide to a mix of concerns related to domestic
(b) Market participants attributed the recent sliding to a mixing of concerns relating for domestic
(c) Market participants attributed the recent slide to a mix of concerns related to domestic
(d) Market participants attribution the recent slide to a mix of concerns related to domestic
(e) No correction required

Q10. It is ironical that those who have always been an essential catalyst for a just society have also been those who have been kept at its margins.
(a) who have always being an essential catalyst for a just society has also be that who have been
(b) who have always been an essential catalyst for a just society have also being those who has been
(c) who have always been an essential catalyst for a just society have also been those who has being
(d) which have always been an essential catalyst for a just society have also been those whom have been
(e) No correction required

Q11. A new anti-conspiracy legislation to combat terrorism were criticised for lack of public scrutiny and for incorporating intrusive provisions on individual privacy and free speech. 
(a) was criticised for lack of publically scrutiny and for incorporating intrusive provisions at  individual
(b) was criticising for lack of public scrutiny and of incorporating intrusive provisions on individual
(c) is criticised for lack of publically scrutiny and for incorporating intrusive provisions on individual
(d) was criticised for lack of public scrutiny and for incorporating intrusive provisions on individual
(e) No correction required

Q12. The blockade had severely hit life in the hill districts, and it is clear that local support for the agitation was waning. 
(a) and it will be clear that local support for the agitation has waning. 
(b) and it is clear that local support for the agitation will waning.
(c) and it is clearly that local support for the agitation was waning. 
(d) and it was clear that local support for the agitation had waning. 
(e) No correction required

Q13. Multiple economic indicators and trends emerging from different sectors show that the economic problem is seriously and difficult to ignore.
(a) sectors show that the economic problem is serious and difficulty to ignore.
(b) sectors show that the economic problem is serious and difficult for ignore.
(c) sectors show that the economic problem are serious and difficult to ignore.
(d) sectors show that the economic problem is serious and difficult to ignore.
(e) No correction required

Q14. To clean the country, you have to addressed the problems of that who have spent a lifetime cleaning the country. 
(a) has to address the problems of those who have spent a
(b) have to address the problems of those who have spent a
(c) have to address the problems of those who has spent a
(d) have to address the problems of those who have spend a
(e) No correction required

Q15. In India, their is an inexorable linking between occupation and caste; the occupation of manual scavenging is linked with caste. 
(a) there are an inexorable link between occupation and caste
(b) there is an inexorable link between occupation and caste
(c) their is an inexorable link between occupation and caste
(d) there is a inexorable link between occupation and caste
(e) No correction required

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