Thursday, 5 October 2017

English Questions For IBPS PO and Clerk Exam 2017

Dear Students,

English Questions For IBPS PO and Clerk 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 for IBPS Clerk, IBPS PO and other upcoming exams, we will provide you all types of high-level questions to ace the questions based on new pattern English for IBPS PO.

Directions (1-5): 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. The question of legitimacy of referendums is important and it is automatic provided if the Centre concedes this mechanism on such issues.
(a)  it is automatically provide if the Centre concedes
(b)  it’s automatically provided if the Centre concedes
(c)  it’s  automatically provide if the Centre concedes
(d)  it is automatically provided if the Centre concedes
(e)  No correction required

Q2.The World Report on Ageing and Health 2015 (WHO) is emphatic about what is known as ageing in place, that is the ability of older people to live in their own home and community safely, independent, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or level of intrinsically capacity. 
(a)  in there home and community safely, independently, and comfortable, regardless of age, income or level of intrinsic capacity.
(b)  in their home and community safely, independent, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or level of intrinsically capacity.
(c)  in their home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or level of intrinsic capacity.
(d)  in there home and community safely, independent, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or level of intrinsic capacity.
(e)  No correction required.

Q3. Something like GST were never imagined to been possible in a country of the size and scale of India.
(a)  was never imagined to possibility in a country of the
(b)  was never imagining to be possibility in a country of the
(c)  was never imagined to be possible in a country of the
(d)  was never imagining to be possible in a country of the
(e)  No correction required

Q4. The new initiatives were being introduced to provide assistance to States for upgrading police infrastructure, forensic science laboratories, institutions and the equipment available with it to plug critical gaps in the criminals justice system.
(a)  and the equipments available with them to plug critical gaps in the criminal justice system.
(b)  and the equipment available with them to plug critical gaps in the criminal justice system.
(c)  and the equipment available with them to plugged critically gaps in the criminal justice system.
(d)  and the equipments available with it to plug critical gaps in the criminal justice system.
(e)  No correction required

Q5. Police stations would been linked with other criminal justice system units such as prisons, forensic laboratories and prosecution offices.
(a)  Police stations would be link with other criminal justice system units such as prisons
(b)  Police stations would be linked with other criminal justice system units such as prisons
(c)  Police stations would linked with other criminal justice system units such as prisons
(d)  Police stations would being  link with other criminal justification system units such as prisons
(e)  No correction required


Directions (6-10): In each question, there is pair  of words/phrases that highlighted. From the highlighted word(s)/phrase(s), select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences. Then, from the options given, choose the best one.

Q6. I. Ricky Gervais' clever touch is muted in this unexceptional(a)/unexceptionable(b) film about young men navigating adulthood.
II. "It was actively involved in every operation to persecute(a)/prosecute(b), expel and exterminate the Jews from the very beginning," he said.
III. If you enter the theater of this novel, get set to weather(a)/Whether(b) some disorientation as soon as the lights dim.
(a)  aba
(b)  abb
(c)  aaa
(d)  baa
(e)  bbb

Q7. 
I.Tall and lean, he is wearing blue jeans, tennis shoes, a dark blazer and red tie with hair every sports anchor would jealousy(a)/envy(b).
II.He's a descent(a)/decent(b) old chap, but isn't at home much.
III.The reporter, gathering his wits, gave a contemptuous(a)/contemptible(b) laugh. 
(a)  aba
(b)  bba
(c)  bbb
(d)  aaa
(e)  aab

Q8. 
I.  An off-duty Houston police officer used a marital (a)/martial(b) arts move to kill a man who had asked a bartender for her telephone number
II. Some slowing is expected in 2012 because of global economic(a)/economical(b) woes.
III. It is far better to think of these as isolated, unpredictable, discrete(a)/discreet(b) events. 
(a)  bab
(b)  baa
(c)  bba
(d)  abb
(e)  bbb

Q9. I. America's principles(a)/principals(b) establish religious liberty as a fundamental right.
II. A liquid ocean and a rocky core may lay(a)/lie(b) beneath the icy shell.
III. The coach had put some thoughts on paper and gave his friend the name of a possible publisher who turned out to be uninterested(a)/disinterested(b).
(a)  bbb
(b)  bab
(c)  aaa
(d)  aba
(e)  aab

Q10. I. Blue colours denote(a)/connotes(b) wetter earth; yellow colours show drier conditions.
II. Earth" comprises(a)/composed(b) clay, mud, ochre, marl, and "peculiar earths generally
III. First, based on your question, we'll presume(a)/assume(b) you're a recent college graduate. 
(a)  aaa
(b)  aab
(c)  baa
(d)  aba
(e)  bab

Directions (11-15): The following sentences each contains one blank, indicating that something has been left out of the sentence. Each answer choice contains one word or a set of words. Select the word or set of words, that, when inserted in the blank(s), best fits the context of the sentence.

Q11. The question of legitimacy of referendums is important and it is automatically ______ if the Centre concedes this mechanism on such issues. 
(a)  see
(b)  directed
(c)  resolving
(d)  provided
(e)  relieving

Q12.The World Report on Ageing and Health 2015 (WHO) is emphatic about what is known as ageing in place, that is the ability of older  people to live in their own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, _____ of age, income or level of intrinsic capacity. 
(a)  perplexed
(b)  regardless
(c)  regarding
(d)  projected
(e)  output

Q13. Something like GST was never imagined to be _____ in a country of the size and scale of India.
(a)  possible
(b)  complex
(c)  insert
(d)  discover
(e)  indicate

Q14. The new initiatives were being  _________ to provide assistance to States for upgrading police infrastructure, forensic science laboratories, institutions and the equipment available with them to plug critical gaps in the criminal justice system.
(a)  achieved
(b)  imply
(c)  introduced
(d)  resorted
(e)  obvious

Q15. Police stations would be _____ with other criminal justice system units such as prisons, forensic laboratories, and prosecution offices.
(a)  direct
(b)  obtained
(c)  commented
(d)  linked
(e)  value




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