English Quiz For IBPS PO & Clerk 2019
IBPS had released the calendar for the Recruitment in 2019-20. Now the next step is to start practicing for the exams from now itself. Thus, the English Language can be an impetus for your success as it helps you save crucial time and score good points in lesser time and effort. 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 IBPS PO and Clerk Examinations 2019-20.
Directions (1-15): In each Question below, a sentence is given with four words given in Bold in the sentence. Among these bold words one may be wrongly spelt. The option of that word is the answer. If all four words are correctly spelt mark e. i.e. 'All Correct' as the answer.
Q1. India, as the world’s fastest-growing major economy, may well be catching up with the richer economies in terms of absolute size.
Q2. Economic convergance within the country remains a distant dream as poorer States continue to lag behind the richer ones in economic growth.
Q3. Many low-income States have experianced isolated years of strong economic growth above the national average.
Q4. Between fiscal years 2013 and 2018, there has been a significant divergence rather than convergence in the economic fortiunes of the poorer and richer States.
Q5. Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris has emerged at the top of a Daily Kos straw poll released Wednesday, two days after she officially plunged in the 2020 US presidential race.
Q6. The saga of the Chinese scientist who created the world’s first gene-edited baby last November has forced researchers everywhere to take a hard look at the ethicse of gene-editing.
Q7. His actions drew international outrege, they weren’t revolutionary in technological terms.
Q8. The aim is to woo visitors back to Kerala, after the August 2018 deluge dealt a devastatting blow to the tourism industry.
Q9. Experiential tourism is a global buzzword today, aimed at attracting diserning tourists who care for the community and leave a minimal carbon footprint.
Q10. Kayaking has taken off in a big way in extensive backwaters and inland waterways of Kerala hitherto the privilaged haunt of houseboats.
Q11. If the city of Adelaide, perched on the banks of South Australia’s River Torrens were a person, they would most certeinly be accused of having a split personality disorder.
Q12. On my way back to Chilanzar from the train station, I burrowed my way underground to experience for myself the brillience of the Tashkent Metro I had heard a lot about.
Q13. As countries become richer, they tend to invest more on health, and the share of health spending that is paid out of the pocket declines.
Q14. As with the other two transetions, countries differ in terms of timing to start the transition, vary in speed with which they transition through it, and, sometimes, may even experience reversals.
Q15. Last year, the Union government launched the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana with much fan-fare but only Rs. 2,000 crore was allocated to this so called ‘game-changer’ initiative.