IBPS Clerk Mains English Language Questions 2019 – (Day-11)

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IBPS Clerk Mains English Language Questions 2019 – (Day-11)

Combining Sentences

Directions (1-5): You are provided with a couple of sentences followed by 4 options. All four options suggest ways in which the given sentences can be combined into a single sentence. Identify the option that suggests the best possible way, contextually and grammatically, to combine the sentences implying the same meaning.

1) In 1947, the dominant Hindu political elements in J&K did not urge Maharaja Hari Singh to merge his kingdom with India; the dominant Hindu political elements in J&K acquiesced in his ambition to try and remain independent.

A) In 1947, the dominant Hindu political elements in J&K did not urge Maharaja Hari Singh to merge his kingdom with India, instead they acquiesced in his ambition to try and remain independent.

B) In 1947, instead of urging Maharaja Hari Singh to merge his kingdom with India, the dominant Hindu political elements in J&K acquiesced in his ambition to try and remain independent.

C) In 1947, instead of urging Maharaja Hari Singh to merge his kingdom with India, the dominant Hindu political elements in J&K acquiesced in his ambition to try and remaining independent.

D) Both A and B

E) None can fit

2) The court passed the directive after hearing a suomoto PIL based on a letter; the letter was written by a group of law students to the court against the felling of trees.

A) The directive was passed by the court after hearing a suomoto PIL based on a letter written by a group of law students to the court against the felling of trees.

B) Since the directive was passed by the court after hearing a suomoto PIL which based on a letter written by a group of law students to the court against the felling of trees.

C) As the court passed the directive after hearing a suomoto PIL, a letter was written by a group of law students to the court against the felling of trees.

D) Both B and C

E) None can fit

3) Many protestors gathered at the site to raise their voice against the felling of trees; they resolved to save the trees.

A) Resolved to save the trees, many protestors gathered at the site to raise their voice against the felling of trees.

B)Asmany protestors resolved to save the trees, they gathered at the site to raise their voice against the felling of trees.

C) Although the protestors resolved to save the trees, they gathered at the site to raise their voice against the felling of trees.

D) Both A and B

E) None can fit

4) The police had held at least 84 protestors; the protestors allegedly disturbed public order and obstructed government officials from performing their duties.

A) The police had held at least 84 protestors for allegedly disturbing public order and obstructing government officials from performing their duties.

B) At least 84 protestors who allegedly disturbed public order and obstructed government officials from performing their duties, were held by the police.

C) The police had held at least 84 protestors as they allegedly disturbed public order and obstructed government officials from performing their duties.

D) Both A and C

E) All can fit

5) Many Kashmiris are comparing the situation in Kashmir to the one that once existed in the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau; the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau were there during the Nazi regime in Germany.

A) Many Kashmiris are comparing the situation in Kashmir to the one that once existed in the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau which were there during the Nazi regime in Germany.

B) The situation in Kashmir is being compared by Many Kashmiris to the one that once existed in the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau during the Nazi regime in Germany.

C) By Many Kashmiris, The situation in Kashmir is being compared to the one that once existed in the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau during the Nazi regime in Germany.

D) Both A and C

E) All can fit

Sentence Connectors

Directions (6-10): In each of the questions given below two statements are given followed by 3 options. Find the alternative(s) that can act as a starter for the given sentences and combine them into a single sentence keeping the meaning of the sentence same as given in the question.

6) The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL) started hacking trees late Friday night. It was done to make way for the car shed, Hours after the Bombay High Court’s dismissal.

I. Hours after the Bombay High Court’s

II. As soon as the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL)

III. To start hacking trees late Friday

A) Only III

B) Only I

C) II and III

D) I and II

E) No correction required

7) Auschwitz was a dreaded death camp. Italian Jew and Holocaust survivor Primo Levi was deported to Auschwitz in 1944.

I. Italian Jew and Holocaust survivor

II. In 1944 Italian Jew and Holocaust survivor had been

III. After the Italian Jew and Holocaust survivor

A) I and III

B) Only I

C) II and III

D) I and II

E) No correction required

8) High-pitched television anchors assumed the mantle of religious warriors, not journalists discharging their professional responsibility with scrupulousness. In Kashmir, the people saw themselves being demonized everyday by these High-pitched television anchors.

I. As the people saw themselves

II. In Kashmir, the people saw themselves

III. Discharging their professional responsibility

A) I and III

B) Only I

C) II and III

D) Only II

E) No correction required

9) The bus depot is a part of the Metro III project. The protesters have been demanding the relocation of the bus depot.

I. Since the relocation of the bus depot

II. The protesters have been demanding

III. Nevertheless demanding the relocation

A) I and III

B) Only I

C) II and III

D) Only II

E) No correction required

10) The group of law students who sent a letter to Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi were being represented by Senior advocate Sanjay Hegde. The letter was sent to prompt him to set up a special bench to hear the matter.

I. As Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi was

II. Although the group of law students who

III. Senior advocate Sanjay Hegde was representing

A) III only

B) Only I

C) II and III

D) I and II

E) No correction required

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