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English Fill In The Blanks and Sentence Rearrangement – SBI Clerk Exam New Pattern

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Directions (1-5): Rearrange the following sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful sentence then answer the following questions.

A) The pedagogy has to be practical learning can be enhanced through field visits, e-learning, industry driven projects, digital or video inputs and so on

B) Many more courses in fields such as Hospitality and Tourism, Handicraft, Healthcare, Textiles, Photography, IT, Retail, Banking, Insurance can be added that would interest students to learn from.

C) Skill development will remain a dream, if carried out in isolation through centers alone.

D) At school level, there must be options available for skill development courses and they must be provided in the secondary stage of schooling.

E) For instance if a student opts for healthcare , he could learn to be a blood-collection expert and later can add further courses to become full-fledged pathology technician or nurse.

  1. BEAC
  2. ABDE
  3. DBEA
  4. CBAE
  5. BDAE

2) A) As indicated by these diverse stages, our ancestors had different foods that were healthy and nutritionally dense.

B) Most of these, however, have been influenced by Aryan beliefs food practices and according to his belief food was considered as a source of strength and a gift from God.

C) Aryans are a heterogeneous group of people who lived in different parts of ancient India.

D) Dating back to Indian civilizations and Indian old literature, namely BhagavadgitaRamayana, and Manusmriti, every community that lived in India had a clear and separate food belief system.

E) At different stages of life, the constitution of the human body changes and it requires unique eating habits to sustain normal physiological functions.

  1. DBAC
  2. ABDE
  3. CBEA
  4. EBAC
  5. EADB

3. A) They have different strategies and weapons to ventilate their grievances and safeguard their interest.

B) In struggle between labour and capital as the weapon of strike is available to the labour and lockout is available to capital (employer).

C) Cessation of work is the most significant characteristic of strike.

D) In any industrial endeavor, cooperation of labour and capital is quite essential for its success, although, they have interest contrary to each other.

E) These democratic weapons often used by them are strikes and lockouts.

  1. BEAC
  2. BACE
  3. DBED
  4. CDAE
  5. DAEB

4. A) If the water is not clean or is polluted then Constitution of India also provides remedy which can be claimed under the law of torts and under Article 226 of the Constitution.

B) The main water bodies from where water can be accessed are lakes, rivers, oceans, ponds and groundwater.

C) Pollution of water means rendering the water unfit for human consumption by bringing changes in its natural quality.

D) State provides water to the people because Right to access clean water is the basic human right of a person.

E) Water has multifunctional role in daily life as It is used for drinking, bathing, cleaning and irrigation etc.

  1. DEAC
  2. BDCE
  3. EBDA
  4. BCAE
  5. DAEB

5. A) About 27% of the foreign exchange earnings are on account of export of textiles and clothing alone.

B) The textiles industry is also labour intensive and is one of the largest employers.

C) India’s textiles sector is one of the oldest industries in Indian economy dating back several centuries.

D) Organised sector consisting of spinning, apparel and garments segment which apply modern machinery and techniques.

E) Our economy is largely dependent on the textile manufacturing and trade in addition to other major industries.

  1. BEAC
  2. CABE
  3. EBDA
  4. ECAB
  5. CEAB

Directions (6-10): In each of the following sentences there is one blank space. Below sentence there are four words denoted by a), b), c) and d). Find one word that to be fitted in both the sentences I and II and another word that to fit in sentence III and to make it meaning fully complete, In case no word is fit to these sentences, option ‘e’ is the answer.

6) I) He did not get any strong reason to _______ from the agreement for which his father already gave his consent.

II) All the retailers in this area have decided to ______price level as the retailers of web stores have been giving huge discount on online purchases.

III) He could not ________ his intellect as he could not win the debate competition held in our school yesterday.

  1. withdraw / exhibit
  2. recede / brandish
  3. oppose / flaunt
  4. favour / wave
  5. None of these

7) I) If you don’t take proper diet regularly, it will ________ you and you will not be able to perform well on annual sports day.

II) It seems that recession and inflation will not _______ their economy as they have a strong strategic plan to handle these economic crises.

III) The students had to _______with the dean’s decision as it was in their favour.

  1. weaken  / refuse
  2. hinder /accept
  3. impede  / coincide
  4. debilitate / concur
  5. None of these

8) I) Father has hired a new gardener and I want to _______ into his personal life as he did not show any id proof at the time of joining.

II) The clues gave him right direction to ________ the mysterious case as he solved it just in three days.

III) He had to stand with factory workers and he looked them with ______as he does not like lower working class people.

  1. probe / disdain
  2. signal/ scorn
  3. peek / esteem
  4. investigate /reverence
  5. None of these

9) I) As a novelist, he is wonderful writer and he will not be _______ to oblivion.

II) After coming from the tuition classes, he and his brother_______ hand crafted articles on her mother’s craft store.

III) Although, the matter has not been sorted out but I hope he will handle the press conference as he is ______ at dealing with reporters.

  1. sent / gauche
  2. handed over /inept
  3. delayed / adroit
  4. consigned / deft
  5. None of these

10) I) He was too young to ______ his father’s decision and had been sent to shimla boarding school.

II) He has decided to _______ the decision of the judge in upper level court as he is not ready to accept the judgment against him.

III) The government should initiate some good schemes for this village as it has been _ _____by drought and flood.

  1. insurgent / deepened
  2. rebel / enriched
  3. comply / ruined
  4. obey / deprived
  5. None of these

Answers:

Directions (1-5):

1) Correct Answer is: c)

At school level, there must be options available for skill development courses and they must be provided in the secondary stage of schooling.

Many more courses in fields such as Hospitality and Tourism, Handicraft, Healthcare, Textiles, Photography, IT, Retail, Banking, Insurance can be added that would interest students to learn from.

For instance if a student opts for healthcare , he could learn to be a blood-collection expert and later can add further courses to become full-fledged pathology technician or nurse.

The pedagogy has to be practical learning can be enhanced through field visits, e-learning, industry driven projects, digital or video inputs and so on

Skill development will remain a dream, if carried out in isolation through centers alone.

Explanation: This passage is about the skill development programme and its implementation time. According to the passage the skill development progaramme should be introduced in the schools at secondary stage of schooling. Courses in the different fields such as Healthcare, photography, textiles, IT, retail banking, and insurance should be introduced so that students can get attracted towards them. For example, if the student chooses the healthcare option, he can learn the skill of blood collection and can become expert in that. Later fully developed courses can be added for pathology technician or nurse, etc. The skill development programmes should be practical and should involve the field visits, e-learning, digital video inputs etc. The dream of skill development will not be fulfilled if, the development programmes will start after school education or carried out in centers alone.

2) Correct Answer is: e)

At different stages of life, the requirement of the human body changes and it requires unique eating habits to sustain normal physiological functions.

As indicated by these diverse stages, our ancestors had different foods that were healthy and nutritionally dense.

Dating back to Indian civilizations and Indian old literature, namely BhagavadgitaRamayana, and Manusmriti, every community that lived in India had a clear and separate food belief system.

Most of these, however, have been influenced by Aryan beliefs food practices and according to his belief food was considered as a source of strength and a gift from God.

Aryans are a heterogeneous group of people who lived in different parts of ancient India.

Explanation: This passage is based on the healthy food habit which our ancestors used to follow. According to the passage, the requirements of human body change in different stages of life, and unique eating habit should be followed to stay healthy and fit. As indicated by the various stages of life, our ancestors used to eat healthy and nutritionally dense food. According to the Indian civilizations and Indian old literature, every community that lived in India used to follow clear and separate food belief system. However these separate food systems have been influenced by the food systems and belief followed by aryans

3) Correct Answer is: e)

In any industrial endeavor, cooperation of labour and capital is quite essential for its success, although, they have interest contrary to each other.

They have different strategies and weapons to ventilate their grievances and safeguard their interest.

These democratic weapons often used by them are strikes and lockouts.

In struggle between labour and capital as the weapon of strike is available to the labour and lockout is available to capital (employer).

Cessation of work is the most significant characteristic of strike.

Explanation: This passage is based on the cooperation and conflict between employers and employees. According to the passage, cooperation is very essential for the success of both employers and employees, although they have different priorities. They follow different strategy and use different weapon to solve their problems and protect their interest. The weapon of strike is used by the labour and lockout by the employer to handle and manage their problems.

4) Correct Answer is: c)

Water has multifunctional role in daily life as It is used for drinking, bathing, cleaning and irrigation etc.

The main water bodies from where water can be accessed are lakes, rivers, oceans, ponds and groundwater.

State provides water to the people because Right to access clean water is the basic human right of a person.

If the water is not clean or is polluted then Constitution of India also provides remedy which can be claimed under the law of torts and under Article 226 of the Constitution.

Pollution of water means rendering the water unfit for human consumption by bringing changes in its natural quality.

Explanation: This passage is about the importance of water and right to access clean water. According to the passage, water is used for many purposes like for drinking, bathing, cleaning etc. The rivers, ponds, oceans, lakes are main sources of water. Right to access clean water has become the basic human right of a person. The constitution of India provides right to the people under which they can claim if the water is not cleaned or it is polluted.

5) Correct Answer is: e)

India’s textiles sector is one of the oldest industries in Indian economy dating back several centuries.

Our economy is largely dependent on the textile manufacturing and trade in addition to other major industries.

About 27% of the foreign exchange earnings are on account of export of textiles and clothing alone.

The textiles industry is also labour intensive and is one of the largest employers.

organised sector consisting of spinning, apparel and garments segment which apply modern machinery and techniques.

Explanation: This passage is based on textile industry and its importance in Indian economy. According to the passage the textile industry is one of the oldest industries in Indian economy and our economy is largely dependent on textile industry. The country earns 27% of its foreign exchange from the export of textiles. The textile industry provides the employment to the people of the country as it is labour incentive.

Directions (6-10):

6) Correct Answer is: b)

Explanation: the word “recede” has two meaning. These are “go or move back from the previous position / withdraw” and it is appropriate for i, and ii blanks. The meaning of the brandish is “flaunt or show off” and it is suitable for iii blank.

7) Correct Answer is: d)

Explanation: the meaning of the “debilitate” is ” make someone very weak” and it is appropriate for i, and ii blanks and the meaning of “concur” is  “agree” and it is suitable of iii blank.

8) Correct Answer is: a)

Explanation: the meaning of “probe” is “a thorough investigation into a crime or other matter” and it is suitable for i and ii blanks and the meaning of “disdain “is” disrespect” and it is appropriate for iii blank.

9) Correct Answer is: d)

Explanation: the meaning of consign is ” to deliver / to put someone or something in (a place) in order to be rid of it” and it is suitable for i and ii blank and the meaning of ” deft”  is  “skillful” and it is suitable for iii blank.

10) Correct Answer is: e)

Explanation: the word “defy” has more than one meaning. These are “to resist openly / refuse to obey / to challenge” and it is suitable for i and ii blank. The meaning of “impoverish” is “ruin” and it is appropriate for iii blank.

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