Life Insurance Corporation of India has released the notification for various posts for the Recruitment in 2019-20. This is a great opportunity for all those who aspire to get a Government Job this year. Now the next step is to start practicing for the exam 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 LIC AAO 2019.
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Directions (1-5): In each of the questions given below, a sentence is given which is divided into FOUR parts such that the parts are jumbled and they do not make a meaningful sentence. Rearrange the following parts to form a grammatically correct and meaningful sentence and choose the correct rearrangement from the options given below each question.
Q1. (A) downside to this technology
(B) although smartphones have made
(C) our lives easier, more fun and more social
(D) in important ways, there’s also a huge
The correct rearrangement is BCDA.
Q2. (A) all the major research findings indicate
(B) we miss out on real conversations and are
(C) incapable of original and deep thinking
(D) that when we are totally immersed in social media,
The correct rearrangement is ADBC.
Q3. (A) deeply on the project we are working on
(B) when we are working and using our phones simultaneously,
(C) according to Earl Miller, professor of neuroscience at MIT,
(D) we get distracted and that prevents us from thinking
The correct rearrangement is CBDA.
Q4. (A) “genuine” connections with people in our everyday life
(B) and more social in important ways, we also seem to have less
(C) while it’s true that our smartphones have helped us get
(D) connected with the whole world and have made our lives easier
The correct rearrangement is CDBA.
Q5. (A) dominance as well as loving concern
(B) exalted position of eminence,
(C) existence has always enjoyed an
(D) A woman in India’s civilisational
The correct rearrangement is DCBA.
Directions (6-10): In each of the questions given below an incomplete sentence which must be filled/completed with one of the sentences/phrases given below i.e. one of the sentences/phrases can be fit into the given blanks. Choose the correct option and complete the given sentences.
Q6. One is aghast at the fallen status and inequitable position that almost every woman ...................................................... , be it a career woman or a housewife and irrespective of economic or social status.
in contemporary society appears too hold
in contemporary society appears to hold
in contemporary society appears to holding
in contemporary society appears to holds
in contemporary society appeared to hold
"in contemporary society appears to hold " is grammatically and contextually correct.
Q7. STEM curriculum focuses on introducing interdisciplinary and application-based learning with real-world examples and ..................................................................................
gets students interested in Applied Mathematics and Sciences of an early age.
gets students interested in Applied Mathematics and Sciences for an early age.
gets students interested in Applied Mathematics and Sciences from a early age.
gets students interested in Applied Mathematics and Sciences from an early age.
gotten students interested in Applied Mathematics and Sciences from an early age.
"gets students interested in Applied Mathematics and Sciences from an early age." is grammatically and contextually correct.
Q8. Technology supports accessibility, which provides a way for students to engage with content and ..................................................
empowered them to give their point of view.
empowers them too give their point of view.
empowers them to give their point of view.
empowers them to give there point of view.
empowers them to give their point of viewed.
"empowers them to give their point of view" is grammatically and contextually correct.
Q9. The best practice for early education is to allow students to be actively engaged and ..........................................................
take the initiation in their learning.
take the initiative in there learning.
take the initiative in their learned.
taken the initiative in their learning.
take the initiative in their learning.
"take the initiative in their learning" is grammatically and contextually correct.
Q10. There is enough scope for generating a wide range of other eco-friendly jobs at the level of rural areas and para-urban areas..................................................................cash income.
which can be more access to all rural families and help to increase
which can be more accessible too all rural families and help to increase
which can be more accessible to all rural families and help to increase
which can be more accessible to all rural families and help to increased
which can be more accessible to all rural families and help to increasing
"which can be more accessible to all rural families and help to increase " is grammatically and contextually correct.
Directions (11-15): In each of the questions given below a/an idiom/phrase is given in bold in a sentence which is then followed by five options which then try to decipher its meaning. Choose the option which gives the correct meaning of the phrases.
Q11. It’s not that the management is not aware of few false bills here and there, but they don’t call it because it would expose many and stir up a hornet’s nest.
Make things clear
Ask someone on a date
Begin something all over again
Stir up a hornets’ nest: Provoke trouble
Q12. The increase in customs duty by the government has upset the applecart of those car companies who were importing most of their car parts.
Dwell on a topic beyond resolution
Do something that causes a plan to work well
Look in the wrong place
Do something that causes a plan to go wrong
Upset someone’s applecart: Do something that causes a plan to go wrong
Q13. Media has traditionally been up in arms with the government of the day.
Make a chaos
Angry about something
Finish something before the deadline
Take on more responsibility than what is manageable
Hurt physically or mentally
Up in arms: Angry about something
Q14. I was scraping the barrel when I had to stay for six months with my parents after I lost my job.
Trying out every possibility to get a result
Using something you do not want to but you’ve no option
Trying all the clever means to achieve something
Getting your things well organized
Being constantly aware of the most recent developments
Scrape the barrel: Using something you do not want to but you’ve no option.
Q15. Jack made no bones about getting a hike in his salary.
Make no efforts to solve a problem or issue
Say clearly what you feel or think about something
Change the way you behave with others from good to bad
To be active without achieving any worthwhile result
Be under suspicion or in trouble.
Make no bones about something: If you make no bones about something, you say clearly what you feel or think about it