New Pattern English Questions for SBI PO 2017

  
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Directions (1-10): In each of the following questions, five statements conveying the same idea age given. Select the one which expresses the idea in the most concise manner and mark its number as your answer. Please note that all of them may be grammatically correct and mean the same but you have to select the most concise way of expressing the idea.

Q1.
(a) People who are resilient accept reality the way it comes, they firmly believe that life has a meaning, and it these people who have an uncanny ability to improvise.
(b) Resilient people accept reality and believe that life is meaningful and have an uncanny ability to improvise.
(c) Resilient people are those who accept reality, firmly believe that life is meaningful and these people have an uncanny ability to improvise.
(d) Resilient people besides accept reality firmly believe that life has a meaning and it is they who have an uncanny ability to improvise.
(e) Resilient people are these who accept in reality that life is meaningful when we firmly believe that uncanny ability must be improvised.



Q2.
(a) It is one of modern India’s greatest achievements that the caste system has been reversed to a significant extent, in favour of those people who belong to the oppressed classes of the Indian society.
(b) One of the greatest achievements of modern India is that the caste system has been reversed to a significant extent, favouring those who belong to the oppressed classes of the Indian society.
(c) One of the greatest achievements of modern India is, the caste system has been reduced significantly in favour of the people belonging to the oppressed classes of the society.
(d) It is one of modern India’s greatest achievements that the caste system has been reduced significantly, in favour of the oppressed.
(e) One of the great achievements of modern India is that the caste system has reversals to a significant extent, favouring those who belong to the oppressed classes of the Indian society.

Q3.
(a) Politicians talk about how important it is to keep abreast of the rapidly changing times, though, it is most often, these very same politicians who rarely practice what they preach.
(b) Politicians frequently talk about how important it is for an individual to keep abreast of the rapidly changing times, though it is most often they who rarely practice what they preach.
(c) Politicians talk about how important it is to keep abreast of changing times, though they rarely practice what they preach.
(d) Politicians talk about how important it is to keep abreast of the changing times, though it is most often they who rarely practice what they preach.
(e) Politicians talk about how important it is to keep abreast in changing times, though they rarely practice what they preach.

Q4.
(a) In this modern age which is driven by technology, e-mails and SMS have taken away the need to written letters but printers are still having the last laugh.
(b) In a technology driven age, when e-mails and SMS have taken away the need to write letters, printers are still having the last laugh.
(c) Modern age is being driven by modern technology and e-mails and SMS have taken away the need to write letters but printers are still having the last laugh.
(d) In this modern age which is being driven by technology, e-mails and SMS have taken away the need to write letters, but printers are still having the last laugh.
(e) In an age which is driven by technology, needs of e-mails and SMS are so high that there is no need to write letters.

Q5.
(a) The champions of the local breeds of cows believe that there is a conspiracy to eliminate those breeds of cows which are developed locally to the advantage of foreign bred cows, as they depend on foreign feed and are susceptible to diseases acquired in foreign countries.
(b) Those people who champion for the local bred cows see a conspiracy to eliminate locally bred varieties of cows, to the advantage of foreign bred cows which depend on foreign feed and are susceptible to foreign diseases.
(c) Those who champion for the local breeds of cows, see a conspiracy to eliminate those varieties of cows which are locally bred, to the advantage of foreign-bred cows which depend on foreign feed and are susceptible to foreign diseases.
(d) The champions of the local breeds of cows see a conspiracy to eliminate indigenous varieties to the advantage of foreign-bred cows, which depend on foreign feed and are susceptible to foreign diseases.
(e) The champions of the local breeds of cows believes that there is a conspiracy to eliminate these breeds of cows which are locally developed to the advantage of foreign bred cows, as they depend on foreign feed and are susceptible to diseases acquired in foreign countries.

Q6.
(a) A temple, a mosque, a church or any religious place of worship, is capable of being attacked by terrorists because it is difficult to have a security system that prevents such attacks in places of worship.
(b) A temple, mosque or church is capable of being attacked by terrorists because it is difficult to have a security that is prone to terrorist attacks.
(c) Almost all religious places are vulnerable to terrorist attacks for it is difficult to have a fool proof security system for places of worship.
(d) Almost all religious places are vulnerable to terrorist attacks because it is difficult to have a security system that is prevents terrorist attacks in places of worship.
(e) Almost all religion places are vulnerable to terrorist attacks because it is difficult to have a security system that prevents terrorist attacks in places of worship.

Q7.
(a) In the Indian context, emigration to foreign countries had been a frequently occurring process even before India was colonized by the British, when it was for the purposes of carrying out trade and the spreading of religion.
(b) In the Indian context, emigration has been a continuous process since pre-colonial times when it was for the purposes of trade and the propagation of religion.
(c) In the Indian context emigration to foreign countries has been a continuous process since pre-colonial times when it was for the purposes of trade to popularize religion.
(d) In the Indian context, emigration to foreign countries has been a frequently occurring process since pre-colonial times when it was for the purposes of trade and the speeding of religion.
(e) In the Indian context to emigration to foreign countries a frequently occurring process even before India was colonized by the British, for the only purpose of carrying out trade and to spread religion.

Q8.
(a) The adaptable nature of the people of Indian origin and their initiative to play a significant role, in the country in which they have originated, have made them a force to reckon with for both the country to which they have emigrated and the country in which they have originated.
(b) The Indian diaspora desire to play a significant role in the country in which they have originated and their adaptable nature have made them an important force to reckon with for not only the country to which they have emigrated but also the country in which they have originated.
(c) The adaptability of the Indian diaspora, and their nature to initiate to play a significant role in the country of origin have forced them to reckon with and for the host country and the country of origin.
(d) Being adaptable by nature and possessing the desire to play a significant role in the country in which they have originated, have made the Indian diaspora a force to reckon with for both the country which they have emigrated and the country in which they have originated.
(e) The adaptable nature of the Indian diaspora and their initiative to play a significant role in the country of origin have made them a force to reckon with for both the host country and the country of origin.

Q9.
(a) From the earliest times the English had been charmed by the glory of Greek and Latin literature consequently they had overloaded their system of education with classical studies.
(b) From the earliest times in the history of England the English people had been charmed by the glory of Greek and Latin literature and in consequence they had overloaded their system of education for children by adding a heavy load of classical studies.
(c) Charmed by the glory of Greek and Latin literature, the English people and overloaded their system of education for children by adding a heavy load of classical studies, for the earliest times in the history of England.
(d) The English people were so fascinated by the glory of Greek and Latin literature that they overloaded their system of education for children by adding a heavy load of classical studies, from the earliest times in the history of England.
(e) Charmed by the glory of Greek and Latin literature, the English are overloaded in their system of education as they have added a heavy load of classical studies, from the earliest times in the history of England.

Q10.
(a) Ever since liberalization has come into existence people do not hesitate to show off their wealth publicly.
(b) From the time liberalization has come into existence the desire to publicly display one’s wealth without any hesitation has become stronger among people.
(c) Since the advent of liberalization, the hesitation to display one’s wealth publicly has virtually vanished.
(d) From the time liberalization has come into existence the hesitation to display one’s wealth publicly has virtually vanished among people.
(e) Liberalization has prevented the display of one’s wealth publicly without hesitation.

Directions (11-15): In each of the following questions, a statement and five choices are given. Select from among the choices, the most logical complement and mark its number as your answer.

Q11. Religious fanaticism driving people to terrorize people of other religions inside the country is
(a) as dangerous as terrorism coming from outside the country.
(b) natural and widespread.
(c) needed as a counter offensive.
(d) used to protect religious minorities.
(e) convenient to terrorists.

Q12. The past year, believe it or not, was surprisingly good.
(a) There were many terrorist attacks.
(b) The world economy was sluggish.
(c) How we feel about something depends on what we are expecting.
(d) In many countries unemployment rose.
(e) A positive mind shuns negative thoughts.

Q13. It is a measure of the nation’s skewed political priorities that bandhs are evaluated in terms of whether they are partial or total.
(a) People enjoy a holiday.
(b) Political parties try to gain mileage.
(c) School children get a chance to keep away their home work for one more day.
(d) Daily wage earners get a rest.
(e) Its extraordinary cost both human and financial tends to get overlooked.

Q14. A war against Iraq looks probable.
(a) Poverty in India will be diminished.
(b) Meditation is a good antidote for stress.
(c) The tiger is a protected species.
(d) It could send oil prices soaring.
(e) Prices will soar high if there is a war.

Q15. Soya-the proven disease-fighter-appeals to the palate these days.
(a) Soya beans are now grown in India.
(b) Soya is rich in protein.
(c) Supermarkets now carry flavored soya milk, soya chunks etc, that look and taste good.
(d) Soya is hundred percent vegetarian.

(e) School authorities are encouraging their students to drink soya milk.



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