English Phrase Replacement New Pattern with Detailed Explanations (Day-19)

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English Phrase Replacement – SBI Clerk Exam New Pattern

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Directions (Q 1-10): In each of the following questions one phrase has been given and it has been followed by four sentences. You have to find out in which of these sentences phrase has been used properly according to its meaning and mark your answer from the options denoted by a), b), c) and d). Mark e) as your answer if you find that phrase has been applied properly in all the sentences.

1) Call on

i) She has decided to call on grand maa’s house this weekend.

ii) Father will have to call on electrician to repair the circuit board of courtyard as it has not been working properly.

iii) Tomorrow, you should call on prospective candidates to submit their job application form with experience letter.

iv) We are planning to call on book mart to purchase the book as the new edition of book has come in the market.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii
  3. only iii & iv
  4. all except ii
  5. all are correct

2) Check out

i) He narrated the fake story in front of the cops and his story could not check out.

ii) As per schedule, guests should check out of their rooms by 3 pm.

iii) Tourists have come out of their rooms to handover the keys as they have to check out.

iv) Before booking a room in hotel, please check out the room properly.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii & iii
  3. only iii & iv
  4. all except iv
  5. all are correct

3) Pop in

i) He may come late by half an hour as he has to pop in to medical store.

ii) Allen tried to pop in to chapter but could not complete.

iii) When you came to the town last month, why did you not pop in to meet us?

iv) He had to pop in to the office to collect the papers and files as he was leaving for Delhi to attend a seminar.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii & iv
  3. only i, iii & iv
  4. all except iii
  5. all are correct

4) Get on

i) I hope, he will get on with his new job as he is hard working and sincere.

ii) Both the neighbors’ were in same profession and they used to get on with each other.

iii) You should learn all the skills from the expert if you really want to get on with this project.

iv) I get on late today as I forgot to set a alarm.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii & iii
  3. only iii & iv
  4. all except iv
  5. all are correct

5) Look back

i) You should look back on your mistakes and try not to repeat them.

ii) Please look back, is my phone there?

iii) If you want to help the cops and get the case solved, you will have to look back and recall each and every incident.

iv) Don’t look back as it is right time for future planning so that we can get good results this year also.

only i & ii

only ii & iv

only iii & iv

all except ii

all are correct

6) Look around

i) Please look around the job fair which has been organised in Convention Center near your house.

ii) Officer decided to look around the village and talk to the people about their problems.

iii) Although he visited the Australia for the first time but did not look around as he had to attend the conference.

iv) Can you please look around the dictionary to find the meaning of this phrase?

  1. only i &ii
  2. only i, ii& iii
  3. only iii & iv
  4. all except iii
  5. all are correct

7) Call for

i) Due to hectic schedule he could not sleep properly for last one week, now he calls for a break from work.

ii) You really call for reward and good remarks as you have merged the data of last five years and prepared the comparative data chart in just four days.

iii) May I request you to call for all the teachers in the meeting hall?

iv) Members of the labour association have called for bonus as the profit of the company has increased by 28%.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii
  3. only i, ii & iv
  4. all except iv
  5. all are correct

8) Take off

i) Due to dense fog the schedule of all the flights had been postponed by 2 hours so aircraft could not take off on time.

ii) Due to the online advertisements on popular websites, his business will take off easily.

iii) As soon as he realized that it was a last to submit the assignment, he immediately took off to complete it.

iv) She was not able to talk as she was busy so she took off her phone.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii
  3. only i,ii & iv
  4. all except iv
  5. all are correct

9) Get at

i) Don’t get at him all the time, he is hard working and will prove himself one day.

ii) I could not get at the papers as they were sent for edits and corrections.

iii) Somehow, thief got at the cash cupboard, but could not steal the cash as cupboard was clocked.

iv) Mother made me understand that I should not get at sports these days as my exams are going to start from next month.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii
  3. only i, ii & iv
  4. all except iv
  5. all are correct

10) See to

i) The executive at front desk assured me that he will see to my application and will inform me soon.

ii) You are not ready with the files and data, now you will have to see to the managers of the different divisions as they are waiting for these files.

iii) He should start seeing to the financial problems in the house as he has grown up now.

iv) Don’t see to the television all the time, mother shouted at child.

  1. only i &ii
  2. only ii & iii
  3. only i, ii & iii
  4. all except ii
  5. all are correct

Answers:

Directions (Q 1-10):

1) Correct Answer is: e)

The phrase “call on” has more than one meaning. These are “ask someone to do something / pay a visit to” and the has been applied properly in all the sentences.

2) Correct Answer is: d)

The phrase “check out” has more than one meaning. These are “to be found to be true or acceptable / to pay your bills and leave the hotel” and it has been properly applied in i, ii and iii sentences.

3) Correct Answer is: c)

The meaning of the phrase “pop in” is “to visit briefly” and the phrase has been applied properly in i, iii and iv sentences.

4) Correct Answer is: d)

The phrase “get on” has more than one meaning. These are “to manage or deal with a situation / to have a good relationship” and the phrase has been applied properly i, ii and iii sentences.

5) Correct Answer is: d)

The meaning of the phrase “look back” is “to think about something that happened in the past” and the phrase has been applied properly in i, iii and iv sentences.

6) Correct Answer is: b)

The meaning of the phrase “look around” is “to visit to a place and look at the things in it” and phrase has been applied properly in i, ii and iii sentences.

7) Correct Answer is: c)

The phrase “call for” has more than one meaning. These are “to need or deserve a particular action/ to demand that something happens”. The phrase has been applied properly in i, ii and iv sentences.

8) Correct Answer is: d)

The phrase “take off” has more than one meaning. These are “If an aircraft, insect or bird leaves the ground and begin to fly / to suddenly start to be successful /to leave a place especially in hurry” and the phrase has been applied properly in i, ii and iii sentences.

9) Correct Answer is: d)

The phrase “get at” has more than one meaning. These are “to keep criticizing somebody/ to gain access to something or somebody” and it has been applied properly in I, ii and iii sentences.

10) Correct Answer is: c)

The meaning of the phrase “see to” is “to deal with a person or task that needs to be dealt with” and the phrase has been applied properly in i, ii and iii sentences.

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