Thursday, 21 September 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 Word Usage 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. As part of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) reforms, a new levy called the GST Compensation Cess have been introduced to make good apprehended losses to States in the first five years of GST implementation.
(a)GST Compensation Cess had been introduced to make good apprehend losses in States in the
(b)GST Compensation Cess has been introduced to make good apprehended losses to States in the
(c)GST Compensation Cess had introduced for make good apprehending losses to State in the
(d)GST Compensation Cessis  introduced to making good apprehendlosses to States in the
(e)No correction required

Q 2.A legal personality is usually defined as a subject vested to rights and duties. However, within the parameters of law, it have never been confined to human beings and has even included idols and companies.
(a)as a subject vested over rights and duties. However, within the parameters of law, it had never be confine to
(b)as a subject vested with rights and duties. However, within the parameters of law, it has never been confining to
(c)as a subject vested with rights and duties. However, within the parameters of law, it has never been confined to
(d)as a subject vested at rights and duties. However, within the parameters of law, it isbeen never confined to
(e)No correction required

Q 3.The right to appear in front of the court and plead is different from the rights to integration and equal protection under the law.
(a)before the court and plead is different from the right to integrity and equal
(b)before the court and pleadedare different from the right of integrity and equal
(c)in front of the court and plead is different of the right to integration and equal
(d)before the court and pleadinghas different from the right of integrity and equal
(e)No correction required

Q 4.The biggest challenge India faces have that the groups perceived to be disadvantage consist of very larger segmented of Indian society, while public policies are highly limited in scope.
(a)faceshad that the groups perceived to be disadvantage consisting of a very larger segment of Indian society
(b)faces are that the groups perceiving to be disadvantaged consist of a very large segment of Indian society
(c)faces is that the groups perceiveto be disadvantaged consisting of a very large segmentedabout Indian society
(d)faces is that the groups perceived to be disadvantaged consist of a very large segment of Indian society
(e)No correction required

Q 5.In India, by contrast, the civil and contract related remedies available to consumers suffer from delays and poor recoveries. For this reason, the IBC, which offers a time-bound resolution, may be considered as a mechanism to provide some relief to consumers. However, the pros and cons of the possible designs for doing so need to be considered.
(a)available for consumer suffering from delays and poor recoveries. For this reason, the IBC, which offer a time-bound resolution, might be
(b)availability to consumers suffer from delayed and poor recovery. For this reason, the IBC, that is offering time-bound resolution, could be
(c)available to consumers suffering from delayed and poor recoveries. For this reason, the IBC, which offering a time-bounded resolution, shall been
(d)available at consumers suffered from delays and poor recovery. Due to this reason, the IBC, which offered a time-bound resolution, can be
(e)No correction required

Q6.It is time that all right-thinking citizens, especially professionals, condemned this situations and demanded a more rational, transparent, opening and fair process of the design and construction.
(a)condemning  this situation and is demand a more rational, transparent, open and fair process in the design
(b)condemned  this situation and are demanding  a more rational, transparent, open and fair processed about the design
(c)condemn this situation and demanded a rational, transparent, openly and fair processing of the design
(d)condemn this situation and demand a more rational, transparent, open and fair process in the design
(e)No correction required

Q7. The Narmada is the second biggest concrete gravity dam by volume after the Grand Coulee Dam in the U.S. and has faced many hurdles, including the World Bank’s refusal to fund that on grounds of environmental damage and displacement of tribal peoples at Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. 
(a)refuse to fund it at the  ground of environmental damaged and displaced tribal people at Madhya Pradesh
(b)refusal to fund those on grounds of environmental damage and displacement for  tribal people in Madhya Pradesh
(c)refusal to fund them on grounds of environment damage and displace of tribal people at Madhya Pradesh
(d)refusal to fund it on grounds of environmental damage and displacement of tribal people in Madhya Pradesh
(e) No correction required

Q8. The animus between Japan and China has centuries old as opposed to our misgivings over China built on just 50 years. 
(a)China had centuries old as opposing to our misgivings over China built over
(b)China is centuries old as opposed to our misgivings over China built over
(c)China have centuries old as opposed to our misgivings over China build over
(d)China is century old as oppose to our misgivings on China built over
(e)No correction required

Q9. India is looking to plug loopholes in its Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with South Korea follows concerns over a recent sudden surge of imports of gold and related articles from that country.
(a)Korea followed concerns over an recent sudden surge in imports of gold
(b)Korea followconcerns over a recent sudden surge at imports of gold
(c)Korea following concerns over a recent sudden surge in imports of gold
(d)Korea followed concerns at a recent sudden surge on imports of gold
(e)No correction required

Q10. In an upcoming trade meeting with South Korea, India will pushed for inclusion of tighter norms in the FTA of imports of gold and its items to prevent misuse.
(a)willbe pushed for inclusion of tighter norms in the FTA at imports of gold and their items
(b)will push inclusion of tighter norms at the FTA over imports of gold and its item
(c)will push for inclusion of tight norms in the FTA on imported of gold and its items
(d)will push for inclusion of tighter norms in the FTA on imports of gold and its items
(e) No correction required


Q11. The imports are expectto increase ona account of the forthcoming festival season, which will start from the end of this month.
(a)The imports is expected to increase on account of the forthcoming
(b) The imports are expected to increase on account of the forthcoming
(c)The imports has expected to increase in account of the forthcoming
(d)The imports are expected to increasedat account of the forthcoming
(e)No correction required

Q12. The State Bank of India have said it was reviewing charged for some types of accounts for non-maintenance of monthly average balance (MAB) after receiving feedback from customers.
(a) The State Bank of India had said it was reviewing charged for some types of accounts
(b)The State Bank of India has said it was reviewing charges for some types of accounts
(c)The State Bank of India has said it had reviewing charges for some types of accounts
(d)The State Bank of India has said it has reviewing charges for some types of accounts
(e)No correction required

Q13. Insolvency resolution is about the allocation of losses among different stakeholders in a situation where there isn’t enough left in the pot for everyone.
(a)allocation of lost among different stakeholders on a situation where their isn’t
(b)allocation of losses among different stakeholders in a situation where their isn’t
(c)allocation of losses among difference stakeholders at a situation where there haven’t
(d)allocation of losses between different stakeholders in situation where there hasn’t
(e) No correction required

Q14. Despite the Court speaking at length over protecting the interests of homebuyers, it order provides a little guidance on the specific relief they would get as it is silent on the priority to be accorded to homebuyer dues in relation to dues owed to other creditors. 
(a)speaking at length on protecting the interests of homebuyers, its order provides little
(b)speaking at length on protecting the interests of homebuyers, their order provides little
(c)speaking at length on protecting the interests of homebuyers, its order provide a little
(d)speaking at length on protecting the interests of homebuyers, its order provided little
(e)No correction required


Q15. In India, by contrast, the civil and contract related remedies available for consumers suffer from delay and poor recoveries.
(a)by contrast, the civil and contract related remedies available at consumers suffer from delays
(b)by contrast, the civil and contract related remedies available to consumers suffer of delays
(c)by contrast, the civil and contract related remedies available to consumers suffer from delayed
(d)by contrast, the civil and contract related remedies available to consumers suffer from delays
(e)No correction required


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