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Study@Night: Double Fillers

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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. 1-10): In each of the following sentences there are blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by the numbers a, b, c, d and e. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it grammatically correct.

1. While the technology and state of knowledge in medicine allows the gadgets to _____ data and give recommendation, it will be a while before we are ready to _____ doctors for serious illnesses.

  1. estimate, credit
  2. evaluate, credence
  3. analyse, trust
  4. describe, distrust
  5. figure out, confidence

2. Just because momentum is _____ away coal in china does not mean that the country is no longer part of the global coal _____.

  1. altering, bang
  2. changing, collapse
  3. stagnating, rise
  4. shifting, boom
  5. staying, failure

3. There’s plenty of _____ that transferring kids to the adult criminal justice system for trial and conviction has _____ to prevent repeat offences.

  1. data, declined
  2. information, rise
  3. disproof, developed
  4. indication, finished
  5. evidence, failed

4. However, ‘Digital India’ will not happen even if the _____ is in place unless equal _____ is paid to what is made available at the end of the pipeline.

  1. framework, thinking
  2. Infrastructure, attention
  3. groundwork, scrutiny
  4. backbone, indifference
  5. support, thought

5. The national disaster management authority should come up with national guidelines for the _____ of such deaths for immediate _____ by the states.

  1. prevention, implementation
  2. aid, effect
  3. deterrence, operation
  4. avoidance, usage
  5. obstruction, assistance

6. The health minister _____ the need to make the laparoscopic surgery available to the common people and ____ it’s reach.

  1. underscored, widen
  2. stressed, larger
  3. emphasized, restrict
  4. spotted, extend
  5. repeated, narrow

7. Extreme weather _____ continued in several parts of the country on Sunday, _____ 41 more lives in the worst-hit Andhra Pradesh.

  1. obligations, killing
  2. conditions, claiming
  3. crisis, demanded
  4. climate, warranted
  5. domain, taking

8. On the world tobacco day, PM Modi ______ the harms associated with tobacco consumption and pressed for reducing the ________ .

  1. repeated, trouble
  2. accentuated, delight
  3. told, plague
  4. highlighted, menace
  5. asked, risk

9. The visit will focus on _____ , sustainable development, urban development and scientific research with both countries exploring ways to _____ mutual exchanges in the areas of trade and science.

  1. modernization, appreciate
  2. newness, elevate
  3. innovation, enhance
  4. stagnation, amplify
  5. modification, reduce

10. However, the proposed Bill does not include the two crucial provisions for taking ______ of the landowner and the social impact assessment of the _______.

  1. compliance, shift
  2. accord, movement
  3. denial, distance
  4. dissent, rearrangement
  5. consent, displacement


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

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