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English Questions for IBPS PO/Indian Bank PGDBF(August 12, 2018)

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Dear Aspirants,
English Section is very important to score better in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, the pattern of questions asked in this section are very lengthy and thus, time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

Directions (Q. 1-5): In each of these questions, there are three sentences given as A, B and C. Find out which two or three sentences convey the same meaning. If all the three sentences are different, mark 5 as the answer, ie ‘all different’.

1. (A) The Manager would like you to help him locate the fault.

(B) If you help him locate the fault, the Manager would like you.

(C) The Manager desires that you should provide him the necessary assistance to locate the fault.

1) A and B

2) B and C

3) A and C

4) All the three

5) All different

2. (A) Although the strike of transporters continues, I shall come.

(B) I shall come if the strike of transporters continues.

(C) Even though I come, the strike of transporters is going to continue.

1) A and B     2) B and C           3) A and C     4) All the three      5) All different

3.  (A) Unlike the tribals who are hardworking, the urban, communities cannot withstand physical strain.

(B) The tribals can withstand physical strain whereas urban communities cannot.

(C) Because the tribals are hardworking they can tolerate physical strain.

1) A and B    2) B and C    3) A and C           4) All the three      5) All different

4.  (A) Should you need a visa you must submit an application along with your passport and a copy of income tax returns.

(B) Unless you do not submit an application along with your passport and copy of income tax returns, you will not get visa.

(C) If you submit your application along with your passport and a copy of income tax returns you do not need visa.

1) A and B      2) B and C     3) A and C    4) All the three     5) All different

5.  (A) The judge remarked that not all the accused were really guilty.

(B) The judge remarked that some of the accused were guilty while others were not.

(C) The judge remarked that all those who are accused include some who are not really guilty.

1) A and B      2) B and C     3)A and C     4) All the three      5)All different

Directions (Q 6-10): In each of these questions, a set of 3 or 4 sentences which convey an idea is given. Of these, one or two is/are suppressed. To fill up the spaces of the suppressed sentence(s) two possible fillers as (A) and (B) are given. Find out which one, two or none can fill up the space of the suppressed sentence(s) to make the paragraph meaningful and mark your answer accordingly.

Caution: While marking your answer please also consider the sequence of the sentences if both the sentences are required to fill up the spaces.

6. As far as aircraft maintenance procedures are concerned, they are rigorous. (__________) Such a case may end up to disastrous results, though exceptionally.

(A) All problems are immediately corrected on almost every occasion.

(B) Only due to urgency or want of aircraft for substitution, certain ones are overlooked.

1) A and B    2) B and A    3) A only    4) B only     5) None

7.  The interrogation lasted for about nine full working days. (_________). The judge observed that he was impressed with the outcome as the involvement of the accused in the crime was crystal clear.

(A) Hardly anything worth the name came out of such a marathon interrogation.

(B) The prosecution lawyer, though in vain, had relentlessly applied all his wit to expose the accused.

1) A and B    2) B and A  3) A only   4) B only     5) None

8.  Auto riding is a very fascinating hobby. (_______). It is obvious that they consider the hobby more important than anything else.

1) A and B     2) B and A     3)A only     4) B only     5) None

9.  There is no doubt that we must be fair and honest in all our dealings. (_______ ). What you really are is less important than what you are perceived by people around you.

(A) It means that perception assumes greater importance than reality.

(B) But even more important is how you are perceived by others.

1) A and B    2) B and A           3)A only     4) B only     5) None     

10. The admiration for those who fight against corruption in high places has always been very spontaneous amongst the common people in India. (_____________). They unhesitantly appreciate such acts but are afraid of openly doing so for fear of the higher-ups.

(A) They hold such people in high esteem who make sacrifices on principles and moral issues.

(B) They make verbose speeches of admiration and appreciation of such acts.

1) A and B            2) B and A            3)A only               4) B only     5)None

Answers:

  1. 3
  2. 5
  3. 5
  4. 5
  5. 4
  6. 1
  7. 5
  8. 4
  9. 4
  10. 3

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