English Quiz 11th June- English Quiz for SBI PO Prelims 2020

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Directions (1-5): In each question, the word is given in bold and is then used in four different ways, numbered (a) to (d). Choose the option in which the usage of the word is INCORRECT or INAPPROPRIATE. If it is used correctly in each of the sentence then choose option (e) as your choice.

Q1. TUMBLE

(a) Buildings lost windows and walls tumbled as the sonic wave from the explosion reverberated through the region, reportedly injuring 1,000 people.

(b) Tesla’s second-quarter loss and the departure of another senior executive sent shares tumbling as much as 15% on Thursday.

(c) The FlasKap 5.0 is a kind of lid that can be added to most tumbles, and can be used simply for filling the mixer with in the tumble with the juice.

(d) Indian benchmark indices tumbled more than 1% on Monday as adverse local and global factors—including the scrapping of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir—left investors on edge.

(e) All are correct.

Q2. CREDIBLE

(a) Two federal judges have found credible testimony of multiple witnesses that Hamid could not have committed the crimes of which he was accused.

(b) Even though there was very little evidence, the credible jury decided the defendant was guilty.

(c) Governor Malik informed the delegation that there were serious and credible inputs which were available to the security agencies regarding terrorist attacks on the Amarnath Yatra.

(d) A delegation of councilors is lobbying the Government because they say the noise is credible.

(e) All are correct.

Q3. IMPLAUSIBLE

(a) She’s been making implausible claims over the thesis that she documented.

(b) The drug manufacturer was fined for making implausible claims about its weight loss products.

(c) The warden found it implausible that a prisoner could have escaped from his secure prison without assistance.

(d) Since Central High is behind by forty points, it is implausible that they will come back and win the game.

(e) All are correct.

Q4. EXTREMELY

(a) The people just extremely moved when the rain started to shower on the rally.

(b) Dinner at the fancy restaurant was extremely expensive, and the 300 dollar tab shocked the dinner guests once placed on their table.

(c) Because she is extremely afraid of dogs, the toddler screams and shakes at even the sight of a canine.

(d) Angelina was extremely proud of her Italian heritage.

(e) All are correct.

Q5. ADAMANT

(a) She was adamant that people should know what they are consuming; hence she posted the news on the social media.

(b) He was equally adamant that time was of the very essence and one should be focused all the time.

(c) You were quite adamant earlier that you hadn’t touched her and I really admired that.

(d) The poet was fickle minded and was adamant in each of his poem.

(e) All are correct.

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