English Quiz For SBI PO Exam 2019
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Directions (1-15): 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. underpinned by (A)/ the BJP’s alliances in (B)/the Northeast are (C)/ political contradictions (D)/
Q2. the BJP is acutely aware (A)/ been patchy across regions (B)/and social groups, historically (C)/ that its presence has (D)/
Q3. last week, the BJP managed to woo (A)/ differences on the Citizenship Amendment Bill (B)/back the Asom Gana Parishad that had quit (C)/the alliance in January over (D)/
Q4. besides reviving ties with the AGP, the BJP sealed agreements for (A)/the Lok Sabha elections with the Bodoland People’s Front, (B)/Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura, National People’s (C)/Party, Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party and Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (D)/
Q5. in self-defence but one doesn’t have to (A)/be an unconditional pacifist to (B)/ yes, war is sometimes necessary, especially (C)/acknowledge the misfortunes it begets or to decry war mongering (D)/
Q6. war is disruptive and because (A)/it is lethal and involves human (B)/ eschew any bravado about it (C)/ sacrifice, a patriot must (D)/
Q7. satisfied with fighting a war with their (A)/ with men spewing venom, not (B)/own fellow countrymen, itching to go to war (C)/with others, nothing (empathy, reason, dialogue) seems to work (D)/
Q8. the elections this time are (A)/ they are not about how India chooses but (B)/unusual, even unprecedentedly so, for (C)/ about what India is about (D)/
Q9. it is important to build (A)/ to shocks brought about (B)/by a changing climate (C)/ infrastructure that is resilient (D)/
Q10. the stark statistics jump out at (A)/anyone trying to understand why (B)/resilient infrastructure is so important in a (C)/world that is urbanising at an unprecedented pace (D)/
Q11. already around 34% of India’s (A)/population lives in cities and (B)/ expected to grow in the years ahead (C)/ this demographic cohort is (D)/
Q12. ensuring that all new investments in (A)/infrastructure are made in a risk-sensitive way (B)/can play a significant role (C)/ in reducing economic losses from disasters (D)/
Q13. to be damaged or destroyed by recurrent hazards (A)/when we know that a small (B)/investment can make the infrastructure resistant to many shocks (C)/ there is no excuse for infrastructure to continue (D)/
Q14. i was suddenly attacked (A)/ my wallet, which I (B)/ by three thugs who demanded (C)/refused to hand over (D)/
Q15. China has proved (A)/how vested interests (B)/hold more importance (C)/than world peace (D)/