ODD SENTENCE OUT - NEW PATTERN QUIZ IBPS/SBI CLERK/PO EXAMS

Hello, Greetings of the day!!

Dear Students, As we've all seen the drastic change in the pattern of Questions asked in English Section, Gone are the days when we used to predict types and no. of questions asked in the clerk and PO exam..but now every single day Questions are changing. IBPS is surprising all of us by asking CAT Exam pattern Questions. 
So now we've decided to help and guide all of you to Sail through these unpredictable Bank Exams.
Every day,  we'll provide Quizzes based on the new pattern and some other new type of Questions that also might be asked in the upcoming exams. The best thing you can do is to be well prepared and familiar with all possible type of questions. We'll also post the tricks and approach to nail unexpected pattern questions. 
Directions (1-15): In each of the following questions, five statements are given. Four of them are related in some way. Identify the ‘odd man’ and mark its number as your answer.

Q1.
(a) My sister likes to watch the TV during her free time.
(b) I prefer reading novels.
(c) My father goes to the club for a game of bridge.
(d) My Brother works hard for his exams.
(e) My mother likes gardening so she spends a lot of time in the garden.


Q2.
(a) People living in coastal areas are constantly under the threat of a cyclone.
(b) Tornadoes are a common feature in some parts of America.
(c) The explosion of the atomic bomb at Hiroshima caused large-scale destruction.
(d) In some countries where earthquakes occur frequently, houses are built with wood.
(e) Volcanic eruptions can cause a great destruction.

Q3.
(a) It is generally believed that chess is a game for intellectuals.
(b) The game of cricket is supposed to have originated in England.
(c) Football is played in many countries of the world.
(d) Tennis is one of the games where men and women are allowed to play together.
(e) In India hockey is losing its sheen as many prefer to watch cricket.

Q4.
(a) Coffee is a very popular stimulant among Americans.
(b) In Britain people generally prefer tea.
(c) Coco is a favorite drink of many children.
(d) It is always hygienic to drink mineral water.
(e) Mocha, is my favorite drink.

Q5.
(a) The scenic beauty of Kerala is a virtual treat to the eyes.
(b) Andhra Pradesh is known for its greenery, especially the Konaseema.
(c) I prefer listening to classical music which is very soothing to the ears.
(d) The exotic cuisine of that region is sure to tickle one’s taste buds.
(e) Walking is generally recommended for physical fitness.

Q6.
(a) Monarchy is a primitive way of governing the country.
(b) In India most labour unions are communist in nature.
(c) In a democracy the government is represented by the people.
(d) In a dictatorial government power is generally usurped by an individual.
(e) Matriarchy is a government ruled by a woman or women.

Q7.
(a) Bharatnatyam is a traditional Indian dance form which has its origin in South India.
(b) Indian music is based on melody whereas western music is based on harmony.
(c) The mural paintings of Ajanta are associated with the life history of the Buddha.
(d) Some schools teach vocational courses like carpentry.
(e) Kuchipudi is a traditional dance form of India which originated at Kuchipudi, in Andhra Pradesh.

Q8.
(a) Indian silk is widely popular in Western countries.
(b) People prefer to wear cotton clothes in summer.
(c) Woolen garments are indispensable in a cold climate.
(d) For people living in some parts of India an umbrella is an important accessory.
(e) Pochampalli silk is very famous in Andhra Pradesh.

Q9.
(a) Unani owes its origin to ancient Persia.
(b) Meditation is considered to be beneficial for people suffering from stress related disorders.
(c) Homeopathy is a form of Indian medicine.
(d) The cure for many diseases which were earlier considered fatal have been developed in Allopathy.
(e) Allopathy is not without its side effects.

Q10.
(a) From time immemorial women have a fascination for gold.
(b) Platinum is supposed to be more precious than gold.
(c) According to the recent budget two wheelers have become cheaper.
(d) Diamond is supposed to be the king of all gemstones.
(e) Diamonds are precious stones, but there is a superstition that sometimes they bring bad luck.

Q11.
(a) Vitamins are necessary for good health.
(b) Most calorie conscious people find it difficult to avoid dessert.
(c) Soup is a good appetizer.
(d) I always prefer to have toast for my breakfast.
(e) Iddli Sambar is a popular breakfast item in Chennai.

Q12.
(a) Saw is used by a carpenter.
(b) A gardener uses a pair of shears.
(c) Agriculture is a major occupation in rural India.
(d) A wood cutter uses an axe for cutting the wood.
(e) Cakes are baked in an oven.

Q13.
(a) Reputed newspapers appoint well informed journalists for their news coverage.
(b) Doctors should always abide by their professional ethics.
(c) For a healthy functioning of the judiciary lawyers should be more professional in their outlook.
(d) Every citizen should abide by the laws of his country.
(e) Teachers are live role models for students.

Q14.
(a) Dramas were very popular in olden days.
(b) Nowadays TV has a wide range of channels to cater to the taste of different types of people.
(c) For a long time cinema had a monopoly over other forms of entertainment.
(d) Cinema and TV offer wholesome entertainment to a poor man.
(e) The Government of India has a separate ministry for Information and Broad casting.

Q15.
(a) Honey is used as an alternative for sugar.
(b) Cheese is a good source of protein.
(c) Milk is a wholesome food for babies.
(d) Yogurt is easily digestible.
(e) Milk is rich in vitamin A.



 

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