English Fill In The Blanks and Sentence Rearrangement New Pattern with Detailed Explanations (Day-15)

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

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Directions (Q 1-5): In each of the following sentences there is one blank space. Below each 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.

  1. 1) Huge collection from charity has ________ his dream to open a sport academy in this area as there is no sports college or institution to encourage the upcoming players.

2) These schemes have __________ the financial condition of farmers as under the scheme they can get seeds and fertilizers at reduced rate.

3) She ________ into the garden to open the gate when father came with books she had been waiting for.

  1. reinvigorated / dashed
  2. deflate / run
  3. deject / rushed
  4. revived  / peeped
  5. reinforced / glanced

2. 1) He was very upset so he made ________, otherwise he is intellectual person and does not get irritated easily.

2) She is very arrogant and it was perfect ________ for her, hopefully she will mend her ways now.

3) He was told to _______ the synopsis as it was too lengthy and included unnecessary explanation of old records.

  1. extol  /amend
  2. laud  /alter
  3. commend/ revise
  4. riposte / abridge
  5. acclaim / modify

3. 1) She ________two graphs to make the presentation more clear to the investors of the company.

2) Last year, his company was _______as best software developing company as it developed many useful educational apps.

3) Even after the threatening of dire consequences from the builder __________ villagers did not stop and reported the matter to the higher authorities.

  1. mentioned  /cowardly
  2.  quoted   /crave
  3. referred  / pathetic
  4. cited / intrepid
  5. registered  / audacious

4. 1) A boy took out a _______ from the heap of dry leaves and started looking for his ball.

2) The executive could not ______ that the documents submitted by the customer were forged and he forwarded it to the branch office.

3) As a captain, he will have to become active and _______, otherwise how will he lead his team?

  1. stick / brave
  2. understand/ intelligent
  3. read / attentive
  4. scrutinize / studious
  5. twig / stout

5. 1) After edits and corrections the data and records have become _________ now we can present these in the annual general meeting of the company.

2) After the show he had been praised a lot as he gave ________ performance on the stage.

3) While returning home, she decided to _____into the shopping mall as it was festive season and she could have got discount on purchase.

  1. faultless/ venture
  2. pristine /dine
  3. immaculate / foray
  4. dazzling / scoff
  5. perfect /bolt

Direction (Q6-10): Five sentences denoted by A, B, C, D and E have been given. Identify the odd sentence and arrange rest of the four sentences in such a way that it makes a meaningful paragraph.

6. A) The introduction of Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA), which makes it mandatory for builders to register a property with the regulatory authority before marketing it, is expected to boost buyer’s confidence

B) The year 2018 promises to be different, at least in some geographies.

C) Builders who couldn’t complete projects were in abundance. Consequently, buyer’s trust in them ebbed.

D) Real estate is “property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals or water

E) The year 2017 was an action-packed year for Indian real estate as demonetisation and GST slowed down the residential real estate sector across the country, the National Capital Region (NCR), particularly, saw a glut.

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

7. A) In last five years the meaning of the education has changed for the students from imbibing knowledge to merely scoring marks.

B) It will help in reducing the pressure on the students during the exams.

C) Watching young children of the country succumbing to the undue pressure of scoring high marks is horrifying.

D) The education system has taken a step forward towards reviving the education system with the introduction of grading system.

E) Grading in education is the process of applying standardized measurements of varying levels of achievement in a course

  1. EBCA
  2. ABDE
  3. DBEA
  4. CBAE
  5. DEBA

8. A) However, we are ignoring and continuing our practices and habits which is flaming the global warming which means constant process of increase in the annual temperature of whole planet.

B) Global warming is a steady process of continuous rise in the level of Earth temperature.

C) As every one of us knows that few centuries back, the climate of this planet was colder than today’s climate.

D) We are well aware and can imagine its negative effects on our environment and body health.

E) It is cause of concern for everyone now as the temperature of this climate is increasing day by day.

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

9. A) A shopping mall is a place where everything is available under one roof.

B) This is the area which tests the researchers, as to how they will be able to establish a positive relationship between the two.

C) But yet, not many people will be comfortable in sharing their income details as it is personal.

D) For the past few years researchers have been working to establish a relationship between shopping in malls and the income level of people.

E) The reason for conducting such a research is to find out which sections of the society (lower middle class or higher middle class) do a lot of shopping in the malls.

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

10. A) The court has also asked for the establishment of a permanent mechanism to investigate any unexplained increase

B) If disclosure of assets is mandatory, it is logical that the sources of income are also revealed.

C) Adding to the growing body of judicially inspired electoral reforms, the Supreme Court has imposed an additional disclosure norm for candidates contesting elections

D) The verdict of the two-judge Bench on a petition from the NGO, Lok Prahari, is one of the significant verdicts aimed at preserving the purity of the electoral process.

E) It has asked the Centre to amend the rules as well as the disclosure form filed by candidates along with their nomination papers, to include the sources of their income.

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

Answers:

Directions (Q 1-5):

  1. Correct Answer is: a)

Explanation:  the meaning of “invigorate” is “to give new energy or strength” and it is suitable for i and ii blanks and the meaning of “dash” is “to go somewhere quickly” and it is appropriate for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

Explanation: The meaning of “riposte” is “ a quick and clever reply to an insult or criticism” and it is appropriate for i and ii blanks and the meaning of “abridge” is “ shorten (book/ speech etc.. without losing the sense” and it is appropriate for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

Explanation: the meaning of “cite” is “to mention something as proof” and it is suitable for i and ii blanks and  the meaning of  “intrepid” is “fearless” and it is suitable for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

Explanation: the word “twig” has two meanings. These are “small branch of a tree / to suddenly realize something” and it is suitable for i and ii blanks and the meaning of “stout” is “strong and bold” and it is suitable for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: c)

Explanation: the meaning of “immaculate” is “perfectly clean or tidy” and it is appropriate for i and ii blanks and the meaning of “foray” is “short journey to find a particular thing” and it is suitable of iii blank.

 

Direction (Q6-10):

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

The year 2017 was an action-packed year for Indian real estate as demonetisation and GST slowed down the residential real estate sector across the country, the National Capital Region (NCR), particularly, saw a glut.

Builders who couldn’t complete projects were in abundance. Consequently, buyer’s trust in them ebbed.

The year 2018 promises to be different, at least in some geographies.

The introduction of Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA), which makes it mandatory for builders to register a property with the regulatory authority before marketing it, is expected to boost buyer’s confidence.

Real estate is “property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals or water

Explanation: This passage is about the ups and downs of real estate business. According to the passage, in year 2017 the growth of real estate business was badly influenced by the demonetization of notes and implementation of GST.  The national capital region was one of the areas which faced highly negative impact on its real estate business. Builders could not complete the projects were left like that and it declined the buyers trust. But the year 2018, seems different at least for some areas. The introduction of RERA according to which builders will have to register the property with authority before selling or marketing it, hopefully it will increase the buyers confidence.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

The education system has taken a step forward towards reviving the education system with the introduction of grading system.

Grading in education is the process of applying standardized measurements of varying levels of achievement in a course.

It will help in reducing the pressure on the students during the exams.

In last five years the meaning of the education has changed for the students from imbibing knowledge to merely scoring marks.

Watching young children of the country succumbing to the undue pressure of scoring high marks is horrifying.

Explanation: this passage is about the introduction of grading system. According to passage the education system has introduced the grading system. Grading system is standardized measurements of varying levels of achievement in a course.  It will reduce the burden of the students, because from last five years the meaning of the education has changed for the students as they only want to score high marks instead of learning.

  1. Correct Answer is: b)

As every one of us knows that few centuries back, the climate of this planet was colder than today’s climate.

It is cause of concern for everyone now as the temperature of this climate is increasing day by day.

We are well aware and can imagine its negative effects on our environment and body health.

However, we are ignoring and continuing our practices and habits which is flaming the global warming which means constant process of increase in the annual temperature of whole planet.

Global warming is a steady process of continuous rise in the level of Earth temperature.

Explanation: This passage is about global warming. According to the passage, everyone knows that before few centuries the climate of this planet was colder but now the temperature of this planet is increasing day by day. We know and can imagine the its negative impact on the environment and on human beings. But still we are ignoring and continuing our activities which results in annual increase of temperature of whole planet.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

For the past few years researchers have been working to establish a relationship between shopping in malls and the income level of people.

 The reason for conducting such a research is to find out which sections of the society (lower middle class or higher middle class) do a lot of shopping in the malls.

 But yet, not many people will be comfortable in sharing their income details as it is personal.

This is the area which tests the researchers, as to how they will be able to establish a positive relationship between the two.

A shopping mall is a place where everything is available under one roof.

Explanation: this passage is about the shopping in the malls. According to the passage researchers have been trying to establish a relationship between shopping mall and income of the people. The reason for this research is to find out that which class of society does a lot of shopping from the malls. But the people are not ready to disclose the details of their income as it is personal. Now the researchers will be judged that how will they establish a positive relationship between the two?

  1. Correct Answer is: b)

Adding to the growing body of judicially inspired electoral reforms, the Supreme Court has imposed an additional disclosure norm for candidates contesting elections.

It has asked the Centre to amend the rules as well as the disclosure form filed by candidates along with their nomination papers, to include the sources of their income.

 The court has also asked for the establishment of a permanent mechanism to investigate any unexplained increase in the assets of legislators during their tenure.

The verdict of the two-judge Bench on a petition from the NGO, Lok Prahari, is one of the significant verdicts aimed at preserving the purity of the electoral process.

If disclosure of assets is mandatory, it is logical that the sources of income are also revealed.

Explanation: According to the passage, in the support of electrol reforms Supreme Court has imposed an additional rule for candidates contesting elections. It has asked the centre to amend the rules and form filed by the candidates and to include the sources of their income. It has also asked to set permanent system to investigate unexpected increase in their assets during their tenure. It has passed the judgement on a petition from the NGO, Lok Prahari and it is considered as significant verdict in support of maintaining the purity of electrol reforms.

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