Saturday, 6 August 2016

English Quiz for IBPS exam 2016

Directions (Q.1-5). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is 'No error', the answer is 'e'. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

1.Two students have been arrested by the police who are believed to be involved in the robbery.
(a) Two students have  
(b) been arrested  
(c) by the police who are believed  
(d) to be involved in the robbery 
(e) No error 

2.The price of his bike is higher than your bike.
(a) The price  
(b) of his bike is  
(c) higher  
(d) than your bike
(e) No error

3.No sooner the bell rang than the peon entered the class.
(a) No sooner the bell rang
(b) than the peon  
(c) entered   
(d) the class
(e) No error

4.Shanky was happy that Garima and his sister was going on the same bus next day.
(a) Shanky was happy that Garima and  
(b) his sister was going  
(c) on the same bus
(d) next day 
(e) No error

5.George tested the driver to see if he could read English.
(a) George tested  
(b) the driver to see  
(c) if he could  
(d) read English
(e) No error

Directions(Q.6-10):Substitute the phrases in Inverted commas/Bold by a suitable word from among the given choices.

6.Rajan has a special fascination for his 'alma mater': 
(a) an old mother  
(b) on old lady
(c) the institution where he has been educated 
(d) an old unmarried woman 
(e) an old man


7.Reema was in the 'seventh heaven' when she heard the news of her son’s success.
(a) very happy 
(b) excited 
(c) sing
(d) dreams 
(e) sad


8.Right in the beginning of the discussion he 'got into hot water'.
(a) cooked good food 
(b) took a bath in hot water 
(c) got into trouble 
(d) was very selective 
(e) felt uncomfortable


9.Wherever Ram goes he tries 'to steal a march'.
(a) to outshine others  
(b) to start early 
(c) to overtake 
(d) to command an army 
(e) to look friendly


10. Rohan helps an injured lady and proved to be a 'good samaritan'.
(a) an honest man  
(b) a rich man 
(c) a beggar
(d) a charitable man 
(e) a good priest


for answers, CLICK HERE 


 






No comments:

Post a Comment