30/11/2017

English Questions for RBI Assistant and IBPS Clerk Prelims 2017

Dear Students,

 English Questions for RBI Assistant and IBPS Clerk Prelims 2017

English Section is a topic that is feared by most of the candidates appearing in the IBPS SO and Clerk 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 for IBPS Clerk, IBPS SO and other upcoming exams, we will provide you with all types of high-level questions to ace the questions based on new pattern English for IBPS Clerk.

Directions(1-10): The following statements have some blanks which are to be filled with the options given below. Each blank can be filled with more than one option. Find the combination/s which can most suitably complete the sentence without altering the meaning of the statement. 

Net neutrality creates rules of the road for a free and open Internet.
It ____(1)____  that barriers should not be created by telecom and Internet service providers for user choice by limiting their power to discriminate between content providers and different classes of content. Through ___(2)____  rules and regulations, the power of access providers to selectively price or create technical imbalances is corrected.

Q1. 
(I)preach
(II) requires
(III) advocating

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both I & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

 Q2.
(I)flexibility
(II)liberating
(III)binding

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both I & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

In its purest economic form, globalisation _____(3)______  free movement of capital, goods and labour across national boundaries. The ____(4)______ , of course, departed from this ideal type. Compared to capital and goods, labour was always allowed lower freedom to move. Moreover, since different countries opted ___(5)____  varying degrees of integration with the global economy, even the movement of capital and goods, while less constrained than before, was not ____(6)_____  free.

Q3.  
(I) negotiate
(II) represents
(III) retrogate

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both I & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

Q4. 
(I)diversity
(II)acknowledgment
(III)reality

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both I & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

Q5. 
(I)for
(II) around
(III) about

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both I & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

Q6.
(I) through
(II)absolutely
(III)entirely

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both II & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

The concepts of equality, reasonableness and liberty which underpin the social contract which gives rise to the Indian Constitution are not __(7)____ black letters of the law. They are more than mere limitations on state power in favour of individuals. By themselves, they are at __(8)___  very best when they are put into motion by positive actions by regulators and governments.
To achieve these _____(9)______ , there is a necessity to popularise the constitutional doctrine in ways and methods which seem immediate and cater to the daily ____(10)_____ of the modern world.

Q7. 
(I)mere
(II)simple
(III)bare

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both II & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

Q8. 
(I)its
(II)their
(III)of

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both II & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

Q9. 
(I)objectives
(II)deal
(III)thought

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both II & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit

Q10. 
(I)without
(II)problems
(III)view

(a)Only I
(b)Only II
(c)Both II & III
(d)Only III
(e)All Combination fit



            

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