15/09/2017

English Questions For IBPS RRB 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 Sentence Improvement questions based on new pattern English section of banking exams.

Directions (1-15): 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. There has to be efficiently and accountable functioning of the administrative machinery, eradication of corruption, protection of the academic interests of youth, and the early conduct of pending elections to self-governing bodies.

(a)There has to be efficient and accountable functioning of the administrative machinery
(b) There has to be an efficient and accountable functioning of the administration machinery
(c) There have to be efficient and accountable function of the administrative machinery
(d) Their has to be efficient and accountable functioning of the administrative machinery
(e) No correction required

Q2. Contrary to the apprehensions raised, instead, a few districts cornering the bulk of medical seats, the year saw much equitable distribution, with districts considered backward gaining substantial seats compared to the previous years.
(a) instead of  few districts cornering the bulk of medical seats, the year saw more equitable distribution
(b) instead of the few districts corner the bulk of medical seats, the year saw more equitable distribution
(c) instead of a few districts cornering the bulk of medical seats, the year saw more equitable distribution
(d) instead of a few districts cornering the bulk of medical seats, the year saw more equitably  distribution
(e) No correction required

Q3. The paradox of aid emphasizes the importance of good institutions to achieve better economic conditions in the developing world, and the ineffectiveness of foreign aid to achieve a substantial improvement in living standards in the absence of the right institutions.
(a) and the ineffectiveness of foreign aid to achieving a substantial improvement in living standards in the absence upon the right institutions.
(b) and the ineffectiveness of foreigner aid to achieving a substantial improvement on living standards in the absence of the right institutions.
(c) and the ineffectively of foreign aid at achieve a substantially improvement in living standards in the absence of the righteous institutions.
(d) and the ineffectiveness of foreign aid to achieving a substantial improvement in living standards in the absence of the right institutions.
(e) No correction required

Q4. It is time the country embark over a new estimation of the pantheon of modern India’s nation builders.
(a) It is time the country embarks on a new estimation of the pantheon
(b) It is time the country embarking in a new estimation of the pantheon
(c) It is time the country embarked at  new estimation of the pantheon
(d) It is time the country embarked on a new estimation of the pantheon
(e) No correction required

Q5. Generations that living under British rule had a more equanimous and sympathetic view of the times though people fought for its end.
(a) Generations that lived under British rule have had a more equanimously and sympathetic view
(b) Generations that lived under British rule had had a more equanimous and sympathetic view
(c) Generations that lived under British rule has had a more equanimous and sympathetically view
(d) Generations that live under British rule had had a much equanimous and sympathetic view
(e) No correction required

Q6. Fortunately, the constant reappraisal of history taking place, not upon the behest of some government agency but by common people.
(a) the constant reappraisal of history is taking place, not at the behest of any governance agency
(b) the constant reappraisal of history is taking place, not on the behest of some governance agency
(c) the constant reappraisal of history is took place, not upon the behest of some government agency
(d) the constant reappraisal of history is taking place, not at the behest of some government agency
(e) No correction required

Q7. We are living in a world where technology is the need of the hour and India cannot afford to miss out on such projects. 
(a) technology was the need of the hour and India cannot afford to miss out on such projects.
(b) technology is the need of the hour and India could not afford to miss out on such projects.
(c) technology is the need of the hours and India cannot afford to missing out on such projects.
(d) technology is the need of the hour and India did not afford to miss out over such projects.
(e) No correction required

Q8. It will create thousands of employment opportunity, directly and indirect, in the long run .
(a) thousand of employment opportunities, directly and indirectly, in the long run .
(b) thousands of employment opportunities, directly and indirectly, in the long run .
(c) thousands of employment opportunities, directly and indirectly, on the long run .
(d) thousands of employment opportunities, direct and indirect, in the long run .
(e) No correction required

Q9. Those who oppose the high-speed rail corridor project citing poverty and the extravagant cost of the project should realise that it is a long-term dreaming scheme of the nation, be funded at a meagre interest rate of 0.1%.
(a) project should realise that it is a long-term dream scheme of the nation, being funded on at meagre
(b) project should realise that it is a long-term dreaming scheme of the nation, be funded at a meagre
(c) project should realise that it is a long-term dream scheme of the nation, being funded at a meagre
(d) project should realise that it is an long-term dream scheme of the nation, being funded at a meagre
(e) No correction required

Q10. It is true that no democratic country has achieved what India have achieved on adopting 100% non-violence.
(a)  It is true that no democratic country has achieved what India has achieved by adopting
(b)  It is true no democratic country achieved what India has achieved on adopting
(c)  It is true that no democratic country have been achieved what India has achieved by adopting
(d) It is true that no democracy country had achieved what India has achieved by adopting
(e) No correction required

Q11. With its very poor safety record, the Indian Railways would do well to concentrate on strengthening the existing track system and adopting coach technology that ensures safe and comfortable travel.
(a) With its very poor safety record, the Indian Railways would do well on concentrating of strengthen the existed track
(b) With its very poor safe record, the Indian Railways would do well to concentrate at strengthen the existing track
(c) With its very poor safety record, the Indian Railway would do well to concentrate about strengthen the existed track
(d) With its very poor safety record, the Indian Railways would do well to concentrate on strengthening the existing track
(e) No correction required

Q12. Large farmers of Maharashtra typically has accessed to modern pumps, consumed a huge amounts of water and leaving hardly anything for small and marginal farmers.
(a) farmer at Maharashtra typically have access to modern pumps, consume huge amounts
(b) farmers in Maharashtra typically has access to modern pumps, consuming huge amounts
(c) farmers in Maharashtra typically have accessed to modern pumps, consuming huge amounts
(d) farmers in Maharashtra typically have access to modern pumps, consuming huge amounts
(e) No correction required

Q13. The introduction of a nationwide agriculture loan waiver in 1990 had a deleterious impact over the provision of rural credit, provide a short-term palliate while breeding credit indiscipline among farmers and leading to a shortfall in rural credit growth.
(a) impact in the provision of rural crediting, providing a short-term palliative while as
(b) impact at the provision of rural credits, providing a short-term palliate while
(c) impact on the provision of rural credit, providing a short-term palliative while
(d) impact on the provisioning of rural credit, providing a short-term palliative on while
(e) No correction required

Q14. There is more to the proposition that some persons are poor beyond beliefs, and others is rich beyond belief in India.
(a) some persons is poor beyond belief, and others are rich
(b) some persons are poor beyond belief, and others are rich
(c) some persons are poor beyond beliefs, and others are richer
(d) some persons are poor beyond belief, and other are richer
(e) No correction required

Q15. The Election Commission have told the Supreme Court that a plea by a Gujarat Congress leader challenging the use of None of the Above (NOTA) option in the Rajya Sabha polls in the State is not maintainable
(a) has told the Supreme Court that a plea by a Gujarat Congress
(b) had tell the Supreme Court that a plea by a Gujarat Congress
(c) has said the Supreme Court that a plea by a Gujarat Congress
(d) has tells the Supreme Court that a plea by a Gujarat Congress
(e) No correction required



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