IBPS English Quiz

Directions (1-10): Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3) and
(4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold  in the following
sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the
sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (5) as the
answer.

1.         
Ram’s
marks are better than all the boys in
class.

(1) Than all
the boys in the class
(2) Than all
the other boys in the class
(3) Than any
other boy in the class
(4) Than
those of any other boy in the class
(5) No
improvement
2.         
Vishu
is strongly desiring to buy a
car, so that she can travel fast and reach the office in time.
(1) Strongly
desirous            (2) Is desiring
strongly
(3) Desired
strongly              (4) Was strongly
desiring
(5) No
improvement
3.         
Scarcely
did I step on the bridge then it
broke.
(1) Then it
was breaking     (2) Than it broke
(3) When it
broke                  (4) When it has
broken
(5) No improvement
4.         
Sakshi
suggested that not to talk
about
her selection in Bank
Clerk exam till she received the orders.
(1) Not to
be talking              (2) That we should
not talk
(3) That we
would not talk  (4) That she will not
talk
(5) No
improvement
5.         
They
had been almost halfway there
when the tyre got bursted.
(1) Has been
almost                              (2)
Were almost
(3) Were
going to be almost              (4) Were
reaching
(5) No
improvement
6.         
The
team up their plan into execution
the very next day.
(1)
proposed a plan               (2)
discussed their plan
(3) started
thinking about a plan
(4) started
carrying out their plan
(5) None
of these
7.         
Mrs
nayak opened the discussion on the
‘alarming rate of poverty in India’.
(1) started
the discussion
(2) gave
her opinion in the discussion
(3) did
not agree on the discussion
(4)
welcomed the people to the discussion
(5) None
of these
8.         
The
course of events made it necessary
for Joseph to start working.
(1) events that were planned.
(2) long list of future events
(3) A succession of unexpected
events.
(4) nature of events that followed
after Joseph joined work.
(5) None of these
9.         
The
new law on ‘Right to Food Safety’ will come
into force
next month.
(1) be
forced upon the people
(2) be
associated from next month onwards
(3) be
implemented next month.
(4) be
withdrawn next month
(5) be
widely rejected next month
10.     
When
the girl wanted to stay out past midnight, her father put his foot down.
(1) gave
in to her request
(2) walked
away disapprovingly
(3)
obstructed her from leaving the house
(4)
requested her to be home on time


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