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Sentence Connectors for SBI / IBPS / FCI

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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. 1-8): There is a set of four statements in the question given below which when connected using the correct sentence structure forms a complete single sentence without altering the meaning of the sentence given in the question. There are four options given below the question. Choose the sentence that forms the correct formation of a single sentence which is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful. If none of the options is correct, choose (5) as your answer.

1. Of late changes in the council of ministers have been brought about by PM Modi. He has reaffirmed his role as a leader in a hurry. He is in a hurry to get things done. He is not ready to get bogged down by having to engage in the give-and-take of traditional politics.

1) PM Modi has reaffirmed his role as a leader in a hurry by reshuffling his council of ministers and he is not ready to get bogged down by having to engage in the give-and-take of traditional politics.

2) PM Modi is not ready to get bogged down by having to engage in the give-and-take of traditional politics because he is in a hurry to get things done and for this he has brought about some changes in the council of ministers.

3) With the latest changes in the council of ministers, PM Modi has reaffirmed his role as a leader in a hurry to get things done who is not ready to get bogged down by having to engage in the give-and-take of traditional politics.

4) Recently, PM Modi has brought about changes in the council of ministers and reffirmed his role as a leader in hurry to get things done and is ready to get bogged down to engage in the give-and-take of traditional politics.

5) None of the above is correct

2. The ministry was set up in 2015. It has spent several crores to skill the young men and women in accordance with international standards. It hopes the contingent will win some medals for the country. They will win for the first time.

1) The ministry, set up in 2015, has spent several crores to skill the young men and women in accordance with international standards and hopes the contingent will win some medals for the country for the first time.

2) For the first time the ministry was set up in 2015 and spent several croses to skill the young men and women in accordance with international standards and it hopes to win some medals for the contingent.

3) The young men and women of the ministry set up in 2015 hope to win some medals for the country for the first time as the ministry was set up in 2015 and several crores was spent by it for skill development.

4) It was in 2015 that the ministry was set up and several crores were spent by it for skill development of young men and women in accordance with international standards so that it can hope to win some medals for the country for the first time.

5) None of the above is correct

3. AB Pandey is an IAS Officer. He is in the hot seat today. He is the newly appointed chairman of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN). He continues to hold charge as CEO of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

1) To continue as CEO of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), AB Pandey an IAS Officer, the newly appointed chairman of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN), is sitting in the hot seat today.

2) An IAS Officer who is in the hot seat today is AB Pandey, the newly appointed chairman of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) who continues to hold charge as CEO of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

3) The newly appointed chairman of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN), AB Pandey, an IAS Officer, has decided to continue to hold charge as CEO of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

4) AB Pandey, an officer, is in the hot seat today to continue as CEO of the Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI) and appointed as chairman of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN)/

5) None of the above is correct

4. Foreign portfolio investors have turned wary. They are wary about emerging markets after the Federal Reserve signalled that it was going to lighten its balance sheet. It is quite possible that it will raise US policy rates again. It may do so by December.

1) Foreign portfolio investors have turned wary about emerging markets after the Federal Reserve signalled that it was going to lighten its balance sheet and, quite possibly, raise US policy rates again by December.

2) The Federal Reserve has signalled that it will lighten its balance sheet by raising US policy rates again by December taking into consideration the wary of foreign portfolio investors and emerging markets.

3) The emerging markets and foreign portfolio investors are wary to learn that the Federal Reserve was going to lighten its balance sheet by raising US policy rates again by December.

4) Despite foreign portfolio investors’ worry the Federal Reserve signalled that it was going to lighten its balance sheet and, quite possibly, raise US policy rates again by December.

5) None of the above is correct

5. Ravi Kohli is 23. He had been looking for a job at a tax consultancy firm for over two years. But the graduate in accountancy and finance was unable to find his dream job. All the top tax consultancies wanted either a chartered accountant or a degree from top universities.

1) Ravi Kohli, who is 23 years old, wanted to do the job at a tax consultancy firm but was rejected by the tax consultancies because he was not fit for the job because he did not have the required qualification.

2) All the top tax consultancies rejected ravi Kohli is 23 years old graduate because he did not have the required qualification for the job from the topmost university.

3) Ravi Kohli, 23, had been looking for a job at a tax consultancy firm for over two years but being a graduate in accountancy and finance was unable to find his dream job as all the top consultancies wanted either a chartered account or a degree from top universities.

4) Ravi Kohli, 23 years old, searched his dream job for two years but he failed in his effort because he was a simple graduate in accountancy and finance which was not enough for the job in top consultancies.

5) None of the above is correct

6. It has been projected in the second volume of the Economic Survey. India’s renewal energy programme is proceeding at a rapid pace. Its contribution to total power generation will equal that of coal in 2016. It will surpass it in 2027.

1) The second edition of the Economic Survey states that India’s renewal energy programme is proceeding at a rapid pace and its contribution to total power generation will equal to coal in 2026 and surpass it in 2027.

2) The contribution of renewal energy, according to the projections made in the second volume of the Economic Survey, to total generation will equal that of coal in 2026 and surpass it in the coming year.

3) According to the projections made in the second volume of the Economic Survey, India’s renewal energy contribution to total power generation will equal that of coal in 2026 and surpass in 2027.

4) India’s renewal energy programme is proceeding at a rapid pace and its contribution to total power generation will equal that of coal in 2026 and surpass it the following year, according to projections made in the second volume of the Economic Survey.

5) None of the above is correct

7. State discoms have run up huge debts over the years. They are perennially cash-strapped. This mainly owes to operational inefficiencies. Besides, these discoms are unable to withstand political pressure to keep tariff low.

1) The main reasons for the state discoms running in huge debts over the years are their operational inefficiencies and the inability to withstand political pressure to keep tariff low.

2) State discoms have run up huge debts over the years and are perennially cash-strapped, mainly due to operational inefficiencies and the inability to withstand political pressure to keep tariff low.

3) Due to their inability to withstand political pressure to keep tariff low state discoms have run up huge debts over the years and they have become cash-strapped.

4) State discoms are running under heavy debts and are perenially cash-strapped due to their inefficiencies and inability to withstand political pressure to keep tariff low.

5) None of the above is correct

8. The Delhi Assembly passed a Bill. It decided to give government school guest teachers permanent jobs. But the path to implement the legislation could be thorny. The Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has termed the subject matter out of the Assembly’s legislative competence.

1) As the Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has termed the subject matter out of the Assembly’s legislative competence, the Delhi Assembly may be in a difficult position to pass the Bill related to the government school guest teachers jobs.

2) The path to implement the legislation with respect to the confirmation of government school guest teachers job as permanent will be dangerous as the Lieutenant Governor has raised objection against the constitutional validity of the Bill.

3) The Delhi Assembly passed a Bill giving government school guest teachers permanent jobs, but the path to implement the legislation could be thorny with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal terming the subject matter out of the Assembly’s legislative competence.

4) Despite the Lieutenant Governor’s objection the Delhi Assembly has passed a Bill to give the government school guest teachers permanent jobs, but the path to implement the legislation may take some time.

5) None of the above is correct

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