English Quiz 25th May-English Quiz for RBI Assistant Mains 2020

English Language Questions for RBI Assistant Mains 2020: The Reserve Bank of India will conduct the Main exam which is the final phase for the recruitment of Assistants. English Language is one of the sections students need to prepare for RBI Assistant Mains 2020 examination and here we are providing our students with daily mocks or quizzes in a new and simple pattern which will help you practice more effectively for the fight against 926 vacancies of RBI Assistant 2020 recruitment. We are providing you daily english quizzes based on the questions which were asked in previous days of RBI Assistant Mains examination and you can also check the study plan for RBI Assistant Mains to enhance your preparation.  The quiz contains Miscellaneous Based Quiz. Stay with Bankers Adda for the latest Quizzes,Study notes,Test series, and other helpful study material. Directions (1-5): In the following questions few sentences are provided. Identify and mark the sentence which may fail to become the part of the paragraph coherently. In questions where “none of these” is an option and all the sentences are meaningful and logical in the context of the paragraph mark (e) i.e., “none of these” as your answer choice. Q1. (a)Rivers have been the lifeline of all civilisations; no wonder they are considered sacred across cultures. (b) When a seeker can honour the sanctity of the environment, then he can experience the same sanctity in his own mind. (c) Sanskrit has a beautiful word for water, apa and the word aptha means ‘that which is born out of water’. Aptha also means ‘the dearest one’. So, it’s the same word for both ‘the dear one’ and ‘water’. (d) 60-70% of our body is made up of the water element. You need water vapour in the atmosphere; you need certain amount of humidity in the atmosphere. And you need water to drink as a fluid. (e) In India, the Ganga symbolises knowledge, Yamuna was known for love stories, Narmada stood for bhakti, knowledge and logic, Saraswati for brilliance and architecture, and India got its name from the Sindhu. Q2. (a) Private hospitals use modern and constantly updated medical infrastructure with advanced technology that needs upgrades. (b) While their revenues might have increased, importantly, overall profitability margins are rather low. There needs to be a fine balance between world class healthcare and affordability. (c) What patients should understand is that provision of high-standard ICU care in India is rather expensive if all international norms are adhered to, but still is markedly lower than that in developed countries, for example the US. (d) Physicians fearing backlash will practice ‘defensive medicine’ and hence order more tests, including expensive ones, for more ‘complete’ diagnosis. (e) None of these Q3. (a) It is painful to see the present condition of education. In the name of education, all sorts of slaveries are nourished. (b) The root causes for the ugliness and crippling of humanity are hidden in our education. (c) The present education has cut man off from nature and has not been able to give birth to any refinement, to any culture. (d) Instead, it has given birth to unnatural life. Every generation goes on imposing this unnaturalness on the next generation. (e) None of these Q4. (a) Children learn from adult role models. When they see adults expressing prejudice and bigotry, they think that is the way to be. Our children are innocent and pure at heart, but they learn from our example. (b) If we teach them to lie, they will lie. If we teach them to steal, they will steal. If we teach them to hate, they will hate. (c) The teacher has been an instrument for many types of exploitations. He is instrumental in spreading many diseases. (d) Instead, if we teach them to be loving, truthful and kind, they will be loving truthful and kind. (e) From the moment they are born, they are being influenced by the environment. They are learning to speak what they hear, and are learning to act in the manner they see the adults around them acting. Q5. (a) While faith is an essential ingredient of any religion, Easter for Christians is not just a matter of faith in an extraordinary event that took place eons ago. (b) The economic impact of Christmas has grown steadily over the past few centuries in many regions of the world. (c) Easter is the celebration of the living presence of Jesus Christ in the life of the world, the Church and of individuals. (d) He continues to attract people from all walks of life who go to the extent of renouncing everything to follow him. (e) Mother Teresa found the suffering Jesus in the poorest of the poor and drew strength from his resurrection to do all she did. To attempt the complete quiz refer to the links given below:
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