Monday, 8 August 2016

Bank English On New Pattern


Directions (Q.1-10): In each of the following questions, five options are given, of which one word is the most nearly the same or opposite in meaning to the given word in the question. Find the correct option having either same or opposite meaning.

Q.1 pragmatic
(A) prelude 
(B)millennium 
(C) abstemious
(D)impractical,
(E) nemesis

Q.2 Preposterous 
(A) farcical
(B) premonition 
(C) wastrel 
(D) assiduous 
(E) astute 

Q.3 Aspersion 
(A)ascribe 
(B)assimilate 
(C)palliate 
(D)pallid 
(E)defamation

Q.4 proscribe 
(A) propensity 
(B) precocious 
(C)embargo
(D) wheedle
(E) chagrin 

Q.5 sardonic
(A) scion 
(B) satirical
(C) satiate
(D) amity 
(E) amuck

Q.6 notorious
(A) collate 
(B) colossal 
(C) novice 
(D)anonymous
(E) nubile


Q.7 ramshackle 
(A) rakish 
(B) rancid 
(C) sturdy
(D) censure 
(E) chaff

Q.8 listless 
(A) censor 
(B) novice 
(C) amateur 
(D)lackadaisical
(E) amble 

Q.9 onerous
(A) burdensome
(B) alimony
(C) alleviate 
(D) solvent 
(E) sporadic 

Q.10 sonorous 
(A) specious 
(B) sojourn 
(C)melodious 
(D) orator 
(E) spurious 


 



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