Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Sentence Correction English Questions for SBI PO and BOB PO 2017




Hello, Students!! Bank Exam preparation has become quite challenging, especially the English Section. Many types of new pattern English questions has been introduced in previous SBI, IBPS, RRB Exams. Today, In this post, we are providing Sentence Correction Questions. You need to test your grammatical 

Directions (1-15): For each of the following questions, a part or the whole of the original sentence has been highlighted in bold. You have to find the best way of writing the bold part of the sentence. Option A repeats the bold part, if the bold part is grammatically correct then choose option A. 

Q1. The matter was referred back to the expert committee since the solution to the problem was different from the one proposed earlier.
(a) referred back to the expert committee since the solution to the problem was different from the one proposed earlier.
(b) referred to the expert committee since the solution to the problem was different from the one proposed earlier.
(c) referred back to the expert committee since the solution to the problem was different than the one proposed earlier.
(d) referred to committee since the solution to the problem was different than the one proposed earlier.
(e) referred back to the committee since the solution for problem was different than one proposed earlier.

Q2. Completing the physical examination, the tonsils were found to be diseased.
(a) Completing the physical examination, the tonsils
(b) Having completed the physical examination, the tonsils
(c) When the physical examination was completed, the tonsils
(d) The physical examination completed, the tonsils
(e) Completion of the physical examination, the tonsils

Q3. The smaller firms in any industry sell either on a price or quality-of-workmanship basis.
(a) The smaller firms in any industry sell either on a price or quality-of-workmanship basis.
(b) The smaller firms in any industry either sell on a price or quality-of-workmanship basis.
(c) The smaller firms in any industry sell on either a price or a quality-of-workmanship basis.
(d) The smaller firms in any industry sell on either a price or on a quality-of-workmanship basis.
(e) The smaller firms of any industry sell off either on a price or quality-of-workmanship basis.

Q4. Current economic conditions demand that we not only cut jobs and prices but also reduce the rate of interest on PF deposits.
(a) that we not only cut jobs and prices but also 
(b) not only cutting job and prices but also to 
(c) not only to cut jobs and prices but also
(d) not only a cut in jobs and prices but also to
(e) None of these 

Q5. Being in the need for a variety of clothing, he founded Azam Lucman, a Bihari tailor in Patna who could produce any type of uniform in a couple of days.
(a) he founded Azam Lucman, a Bihari tailor in Patna who could produce any type of uniform in a couple of days.
(b) a Bihari tailor Azam Lucman found him in Patna who could produce any type of uniform in a couple of days.
(c) a Bihari tailor Azam Lucman was found by him a couple of days later, who could produce any type of uniform.
(d) he founded Azam Lucman tailors, a Bihari tailor in Patna who could produce any type of uniform in a couple of days.
(e) a Bihari tailor Azam Lucman was founded by him in Patna who could produce any type of uniform in a couple of days.

Q6. Reared in a village where computers and the internet were objects of curiosity, Purty today hardly gives a thought to the immense possibilities that the internet revolution has thrown open to him.
(a) Reared in a village where computers and the internet were objects of curiosity 
(b) Curious to know that computers and the internet were objects of curiosity in the village he was reared up
(c) Being reared in the village where the computers and the internet are objects of curiosity 
(d) Reared in a village where computers and the internet were an object of curiousness 
(e) Rearing in a village where computers and the internet were objects of curiosity.

Q7. In the attempt to destroy them with completeness, the Indian team has launched a coordinated attack on the opposing team.
(a) In the attempt to destroy them with completeness
(b) In attempting to destroy them completely,
(c) In an attempt to destroy them completely,
(d) In the attempt of destroying them completely,
(e) In the attempt to destroy them with completely

Q8. Balancing a home delivery pizza with one hand and gripping a six-pack carton of Coke with another, the young boy Vijay, paused in front of the guard room of the building.
(a) Balancing a home delivery pizza with one hand and gripping a six-pack carton of Coke with another.
(b) Balancing a home delivery pizza with one hand and having gripped a six-pack carton of Coke with another
(c) Having a balance of a home delivery pizza with one hand and gripping a six-pack of carton of Coke with the other
(d) Balancing a home delivery pizza with one hand and gripping a pack of six Cokes with the other 
(e) Balancing a home delivery pizza in one hand and gripping a six-packed carton of Coke with another.

Q9. Armed with the talents of a high intellect, an actor with extraordinary gifts and an ingenious criminal Charles played an overbearing role in the sensationalisation of crime during the later part of the 20th century in the Indian sub-continent.
(a) an actor with extraordinary gifts and an ingenious criminal,
(b) an ingenious actor and an extraordinarily gifted criminal,
(c) a gifted actor and an ingeniously criminal,
(d) an extraordinarily gifted actor and an ingenious criminal,
(e) An actor with extraordinary gifts of an ingenious criminal,

Q10. My middle-class South Asians find that they cannot obtain good medical attention, despite the fact they need it badly.
(a) they need it badly.
(b) they badly need it.
(c) of they need it badly.
(d) that they need it badly.
(e) they need it that badly.

Q11. The world today is totally different that, we have seen in the last century.
(a) than, we have seen
(b) from what we have seen
(c) from what we seen
(d) than what we seen
(e) than from that we have seen

Q12. Start the engine, and then you should press the accelerator.
(a) Start the engine, and then you should press
(b) Start the engine and then press
(c) Start the engine, then go on pressing
(d) starting the engine, then pressing
(e) Starting the engine go on the pressing

Q13. He is an asset to the organisation, although he seems to be an eccentric and is a loner.
(a) He is an asset to the organisation, although he seems to be an eccentric and is a loner.
(b) Although he is eccentric, he is an asset to the organisation and wants to be a loner.
(c) Although he is eccentric, he is an asset to the organisation although he wants to be a loner.
(d) Although he is eccentric and wants to be a loner, he is an asset to the organisation.
(e) He is an asset to the organisation, seeming an eccentric and a loner although.

Q14. During the oil price hike of 2005 caused by the global market conditions, the amount of oil imported by our country decreased markedly.
(a) amount of oil imported by our country decreased markedly.
(b) amount of the oil imported by our country decreased markedly.
(c) amount of oil imported by our country decreased very visibly.
(d) amount of the oil we imported as a country decreased markedly.
(e) amount of oil imports of our country decreases markedly.

Q15. In rural India, many mango trees are planted at the end of a village or at the border of a district, for providing excellent shade during summer, and shelter during winter.
(a) for providing excellent shade during summer, and shelter during winter.
(b) to provide excellent shade in summer, and shelter in winter.
(c) in order to provide excellent shade in summer, and shelter in winter.
(d) so as to excellently provide shade in summer, and shelter in winter.
(e) for providing excellent shading during summer and shelter in winter.






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