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English Quizzes For SBI Clerk Prelims 2022- 14th September

Directions (1-10): In the following questions, a paragraph is given. There are several words which are highlighted, each followed by a number. These words may or may not be used in their correct sense in the given paragraph. The numbers provided with these words are then followed by five options. Each option contains words that can replace the words in the paragraph. You need to find the words that can replace the highlighted words and mark them as your answers. If the word highlighted is used correctly then mark option (e) i.e. “No replacement is required” as your answer.

Q1. The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a) non-conventional
(b) traditional
(c) Exacting
(d)Tremendous
(e)No replacement required

Q2.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)notion
(b)definition
(c)concept
(d)speedy
(e)No replacement required

Q3.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)foresee
(b)Recuperate
(c)justify
(d)Comfort
(e)No replacement required

Q4.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)unreliable
(b)Productive
(c)Responsible
(d)Easy
(e)No replacement required

Q5.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)false
(b)reliable
(c)Costly
(d)Intended
(e)No replacement required

Q6.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)achieve
(b)assume
(c)debarred
(d)skeptical
(e)No replacement required

Q7.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)strong
(b)weak
(c)unreliable
(d)compromising
(e)No replacement required

Q8.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)concern
(b)notion
(c)information
(d)exclaim
(e)No replacement required

Q9.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a)interdependent
(b)dependent
(c) free
(d) admiring
(e) No replacement required

Q10.The process of digitalisation in a country is a very huge step and requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the modern(1) methods of business transaction but switching to an online format.The digital transaction is a very time saving and handy technical (2) as it requires only a computer and the proper internet connection along with the personal information regarding the transaction.India has just stepped into the world of digitalisation; therefore, it will take time to adapt (3) to it. But it is definitely a call of digital evolution for a developing country like India.Whenever any business or government institution introduces the digital aspect of transaction it is not ridiculous (4) for the citizens to adapt to it over a night.The newly introduced online format will first be tested by the citizens if it’s aberration (5) or not and if it is really qualitative (as we all know every facility provided to the common man matters only if its quality is good).Digital India can also be referred to as a National Movement to win (6) digital transformation which was launched two and a half years ago.The main objective of this programme is to make India digitally equal (7) among all the other developed as well as developing countries.As it is of common knowledge (8) that use of the internet and the new developing communication technologies is increasing day by day.
It has now reached to such a point that the human race has become independent (9) on the Internet facilities. Therefore, to further (10) and facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.

(a) justify
(b) upgrade
(c) encouragement
(d) promote
(e) No replacement required

Directions (11-15): In the following questions, a paragraph is given. There are several words which are highlighted, each followed by a number. These words may or may not be used in their correct sense in the given paragraph. The numbers provided with these words are then followed by five options. Each option contains words that can replace the words in the paragraph. You need to find the words that can replace the highlighted words and mark them as your answers. If the word highlighted is used correctly then mark option (e) i.e. “No replacement is required” as your answer.

Q11.In environment of equality or non-discrimination, every individual has the same opportunities and rights under the law. Every member of society oblige(11) equality of status, opportunity, and rights. On the other hand, it is a widely held (12) observation that there is considerable discrimination among people in general. Discrimination permeates (13) for a variety of reasons, including cultural, geographic, and gender differences. Gender inequality is a global etiquette (14) that disproportionately affects people in developing countries. Even in the twenty-first century, men and women around the world do not have equal rights and opportunities. Gender equality refers to giving men and women equal opportunities in all speciality (15) of life, including politics, economics, education, and health.

(a)subscribes
(b)preclude
(c)sense
(d)desires
(e)No replacement required

Q12.In environment of equality or non-discrimination, every individual has the same opportunities and rights under the law. Every member of society oblige(11) equality of status, opportunity, and rights. On the other hand, it is a widely held (12) observation that there is considerable discrimination among people in general. Discrimination permeates (13) for a variety of reasons, including cultural, geographic, and gender differences. Gender inequality is a global etiquette (14) that disproportionately affects people in developing countries. Even in the twenty-first century, men and women around the world do not have equal rights and opportunities. Gender equality refers to giving men and women equal opportunities in all speciality (15) of life, including politics, economics, education, and health.

(a)kept
(b)believed
(c)astonished
(d)Preoccupied
(e)No replacement required

Q13.In environment of equality or non-discrimination, every individual has the same opportunities and rights under the law. Every member of society oblige(11) equality of status, opportunity, and rights. On the other hand, it is a widely held (12) observation that there is considerable discrimination among people in general. Discrimination permeates (13) for a variety of reasons, including cultural, geographic, and gender differences. Gender inequality is a global etiquette (14) that disproportionately affects people in developing countries. Even in the twenty-first century, men and women around the world do not have equal rights and opportunities. Gender equality refers to giving men and women equal opportunities in all speciality (15) of life, including politics, economics, education, and health.

(a)exists
(b)saturated
(c)Defines
(d)Illogical
(e)No replacement required

Q14.In environment of equality or non-discrimination, every individual has the same opportunities and rights under the law. Every member of society oblige(11) equality of status, opportunity, and rights. On the other hand, it is a widely held (12) observation that there is considerable discrimination among people in general. Discrimination permeates (13) for a variety of reasons, including cultural, geographic, and gender differences. Gender inequality is a global etiquette (14) that disproportionately affects people in developing countries. Even in the twenty-first century, men and women around the world do not have equal rights and opportunities. Gender equality refers to giving men and women equal opportunities in all speciality (15) of life, including politics, economics, education, and health.

(a)knowledge
(b)logic
(c)permissible
(d)issue
(e)No replacement required

Q15.In environment of equality or non-discrimination, every individual has the same opportunities and rights under the law. Every member of society oblige(11) equality of status, opportunity, and rights. On the other hand, it is a widely held (12) observation that there is considerable discrimination among people in general. Discrimination permeates (13) for a variety of reasons, including cultural, geographic, and gender differences. Gender inequality is a global etiquette (14) that disproportionately affects people in developing countries. Even in the twenty-first century, men and women around the world do not have equal rights and opportunities. Gender equality refers to giving men and women equal opportunities in all speciality (15) of life, including politics, economics, education, and health.

(a) territory
(b) spheres
(c) province
(d) houses
(e) No replacement required

Solutions

S1. Ans (b)
Sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that the idea of digitalisation requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the old methods of business transaction but moving onto an online format.Therefore the highlighted word ‘modern’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed. Its correct replacement is thus ‘traditional’.
non conventional: not conforming to convention, custom, tradition, or usual practice
Traditional: existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established.
Exacting: making great demands on one’s skill, attention, or other resources.
Tremendous: very great in amount, scale or intensity

S2. Ans (c)
Sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that the digitalisation transaction is a very time saving and handy technology requiring only a computer and an internet connection.Therefore the highlighted word ‘technical’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed. Its correct replacement is thus ‘concept’, because of lack of other options like ‘tool’ or ‘technology’.the word notion is also not apt because it refers to an idea and the blank requires a tool/technique.
Definition: a statement of the meaning of a word or word
Concept: an abstract idea
Speedy: done or occurring quickly

S3. Ans (e)
Sol. The word used is correct contextually and grammatically and no replacement of the word is required. Hence, option (e) is the correct answer choice.

S4. Ans (d)
Sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that the idea of digitalisation requires a lot of time to settle with the idea of not using the old methods of business transaction but moving onto an online format.This transition. is not smooth.Therefore the highlighted word ‘difficult’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed. Its correct replacement is thus ‘easy’.
Unreliable: not able to be relied upon
Productive: producing or able to produce large amounts of goods, crops or other commodities
Responsible: having an obligation to do something or having control over or care for someone

S5. Ans (b)
Sol. The given sentence talks about the fact that it requires for the people to see whether the online format is completely trustworthy as far as quality is concerned.Therefore the highlighted word ‘aberration’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed. Its correct replacement is thus ‘reliable’.
False: not according with truth or fact
Costly: expensive; costing a lot
Intended: planned or meant

S6. Ans (a)
sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that this whole process can be seen as a national movement to start digital transformation.Therefore the highlighted word ‘win’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed. Its correct replacement is thus ‘achieve’.
Achieve: successfully bring about or reach a desired objective or result by effort, skill or courage
Assume: supposed to be the case, without proof
Debarred: exclude or prohibit someone officially from doing something
Skeptical: no easily convinced; having doubts or reservations

S7. Ans (a)
Sol. The given sentence talks about the fact that India should be able to stand with strength among all the other digital developed and developing economies.Therefore the highlighted word ‘equal’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed because ‘equal to’ should come and not ‘equal among’. Its correct replacement is thus ‘strong’.
Unreliable: one who cannot be relied
Compromising: (of information or a situation) revealing an embarrassing or indiscriminating secret about someone

S8. Ans (e)
Sol. The given word used in the sentence is correct and doesn’t require any replacement. Hence, option (E) is the correct answer choice.

S9. Ans (b)
Sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that the country now depends on internet and mobile technologies.Therefore the highlighted word ‘independent’ doesn’t fit contextually. Its correct replacement is thus ‘dependent’.
Interdependent: dependent on each other
Dependent: contingent on or determined by
Free: able to act or be done as one wishes, not under the control of another
Admiring: characterised by or expressive of admiration or warm approval

S10. Ans (d)
Sol.To facilitate this new evolving concept of digitalisation, the Government has launched a programme called “Digital India”.Therefore the highlighted word ‘further’ doesn’t fit contextually. Its correct replacement is thus ‘promote’.
Justify: show or prove to be right or reasonable.
Upgrade: raise something to a higher standard, in particular improve by adding or replacing components
Encouragement: the action of giving someone support or confidence
Promote: support or actively engage

S11. Ans (d)
Sol. The given sentence talks about the fact that every member of the society wants equality of status, rights and opportunities.Therefore the highlighted word ‘oblige’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed .Its correct replacement is thus ‘desires’.
Subscribes: arrange to receive something, typically a publication, by paying in advance
Preclude: prevent from happening, make impossible
Sense: a faculty by which body perceives an external stimulus
Desires: a strong feeling of wanting to have something

S12. Ans (e)
Sol. The given word fits grammatically and contextually and no replacement of the above word is required. Hence, option (e) is the correct answer.

S13. Ans (a)
Sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that discrimination persists for a variety of reasons; cultural, geographical and gender differences..Therefore the highlighted word ‘permeates’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed .Its correct replacement is thus ‘exists’.
Saturated: to make a place completely full of something
Defines: to explain or identify the nature or essential qualities of
Illogical: lacking sense or clear reasoning

S14. Ans (d)

Sol.The given sentence talks about the fact that gender inequality is a worldwide issue and it disproportionately exists in developing countries.Therefore the highlighted word ‘permeates’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed .Its correct replacement is thus ‘issue’.
Knowledge: facts, information and skills acquired through experience or education
Logic: reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity
Permissible: permitted
Issue: an important topic or problem for debate or discussion

S15. Ans (b)
Sol.The given sentence talks that gender inequality involves giving equal opportunities to both men and women in all walks of life like economy, health, economy, society etc.Therefore the highlighted word ‘speciality’ doesn’t fit contextually and needs to be changed .Its correct replacement is thus ‘spheres’.
Territory: an area of land under the jurisdiction of a ruler or state
Spheres: a round solid figure, or its surface, with every point on the surface equidistant from its centre
Province: a principal administrative division of a country
Houses: a building for human habitation

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