English Language Quiz For IBPS PO Mains: 7th November

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English Language Quiz For IBPS PO

IBPS PO Prelims and Indian Bank PO Prelims exam results are out. Now the next step is to clear the Mains examination. Thus, English Language can be an impetus for your success by saving time and scoring well. So, instead of boiling the ocean, try building up a strong vocabulary, an effective knowledge of grammar, and efficient comprehension skills so as to be on the ball to face this particular section. Here is a quiz on English Language being provided by Adda247 to let you practice the best of latest pattern English Questions for upcoming IBPS PO Mains and Indian Bank PO Mains exam.

Direction (1-5): Which of the following phrases (I), (II), or (III) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold letters to make the sentence grammatically correct? Choose the best option among the five given alternatives that reflect the correct use of phrase in the context of the grammatically correct sentence. If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (e) i.e., "No correction required" as the answer.

Q1. The summit between the Indian Prime Minister and the Russian President is now an annual event, the protocol have been agreed upon by Mr. Putin and Manmohan Singh in 2005.
(I) is being agreed upon
(II) being agreed upon
(III) having been agreed upon
(a) Only (I) is correct
(b) Both (I) and (II) are correct
(c) Both (II) and (III) are correct
(d) All are correct
(e) No correction required

Q2. A comparison of the Putin-Modi summit outcome with the promises made during the 2+2 Dialogue can hardly be a true index of what lied in the future.
(I) be a true index of what lies
(II) become a true index of lying
(III) being a true index of what lies
(a) Only (I) is correct
(b) Both (I) and (II) are correct
(c) Both (I) and (III) are correct
(d) All are correct
(e) No correction required

Q3. At one level, what is going on in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is a ‘turf war’, a battle of egos between two individuals at the helm.
(I) The battle of egos among
(II) The battles of egos between
(III) a battling of egos between
(a) Only (I) is correct
(b) Only (II) is correct
(c) Only (III) is correct
(d) Both (I) and (III) are correct
(e) No correction required 

Q4. The widening of the tax base is clearly good news for a government which, from the very beginning of its tenure, has declared its intent to improving tax collections.
(I) had declare its intent to improve tax
(II) have declared its intent to improve tax
(III) has declared its intent to improve tax
(a) Only (I) is correct
(b) Only (II) is correct
(c) Only (III) is correct 
(d) Both (I) and (III) are correct
(e) No correction required

Q5. The abrupt replacement of Alok Verma as Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, albeit as an interim measuring, is the culmination of a series of murky events that must deeply embarrass the Centre.
(I) though as an interim measure
(II) albeit as an interim measure
(III) although are an interim measures
(a) Only (I) is correct
(b) Both (I) and (II) are correct 
(c) Both (II) and (III) are correct
(d) All are correct
(e) No correction required

Directions (6-10): In the following questions two columns are given containing three sentences/phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options, four of which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. If none of the options given forms a correct sentence after combination or none of them connects, mark (e), i.e. “None of the above” as your answer. 

(a) A-E
(b) B-D 
(c) A-F and B-D 
(d) B-D and A-E
(e) B-E and C-F
 
(a) A-F
(b) B-D
(c) C-E 
(d) A-F, B-E
(e) C-E and B-E



(a) A-F 
(b) B-F 
(c) B-F and A-E
(d) C-F and B-E
(e) None of the Above

(a) A-F 
(b) B-D
(c) A-F and B-E 
(d) C-F and B-E
(e) None of the Above 

Directions Q (11-15): In each of the questions below, there is a word given in bold which is followed by five options. In each of the options, a pair of words is given which is either the pair of synonyms or antonyms or synonym & antonym of the word given in bold. Choose that pair as your answer. 

Q11.  MURKY
(a) Gloomy: Louring
(b) Cheerless: Culmination
(c) Foggy: Bruise
(d) Dubious: Satirical
(e) Shady: Supine

Q12.  ALLURE
(a) Fascinate: Attribute
(b) Beguile: Levee
(c) Repel: Lurid
(d) Captivate: Repel 
(e) Intrigue: Prate

Q13. SORDID
(a) Scurvy: Paltry
(b) Sleazy: Ostensible
(c) Vile: Hettle
(d) Both (b) and (e)
(e) Debased: Shoddy 

Q14.  EBB
(a) Recede: Bovine
(b) Bilk : Dwindle
(c) Abate: Belabor
(d) Intensify : Wane 
(e) Diminish: Ardour

Q15. SATANIC
(a) Hellish : Bulwark
(b) Loathsome: Besmirch
(c) Atrocious: Barricade
(d) Odious: Caveat
(e) Heinous: Nefarious





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