“20-20” English Question | Crack SBI Clerk 2018 Day-5

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Direction (Q 1-5): In given sentences phrase is represented in bold which may be incorrect so you have to find the correct phrase in place of that if the phrase is correct in the given sentences than mark no correction required as your answer.

  1. All the five countries, Brazil, Russia and South Africa being the other three, condemned them unequivocally, while advocate dialogue and not the use of force.
  1. Advocating dialogue
  2. Advocated dialogue
  3. Will advocate dialogue
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required.
  1. The government’s determination to hush any triumphalism over the Doklam outcome certainly helped. China’s nod to the inclusion of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed among the terrorist groups threatening regional stability, and it chose not to speak of the contentious Belt and Road Initiative at the summit suggested it was heeding India’s concerns.
  1. Is choosing
  2. Its choosing
  3. Was choosing
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required.
  1. With the BRICS meet concluded, it is doubly important that Indian and Chinese officials re-engage in a sustain manner to address all areas of discord which led to the charged situation at Doklam.
  1. At a sustained manner
  2. In sustaining manner
  3. In a sustained manner
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required.
  1. It is necessary to see that the much-acclaimed BRICS language on terrorist groups like the LeT and JeM is translated into actionable points as a show of good faith. Beijing will have an early opportunity to do so in October when the issue of designating JeM chief MasoodAzhar as a global terrorist came up at the UN Security Council and when the UN’s Financial Action Task Force takes stock of Pakistan’s actions against the LeT.
  1. Coming up
  2. Comes up
  3. Came down
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required.
  1. At a time when Rohingya were being forced to free the violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, in the Supreme Court this week the Centre refused to revise its stand on deporting Rohingya immigrants in India.
  1. are being forced
  2. Has been forced
  3. Was forced
  1. only A
  2. only B
  3. Only C
  4. A & B
  5. No correction required.

Directions (Q. 6-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (e).

6. Social media is putting out its own account of events and (a)/ encounters, aided and abetted by (b)/ several thousand of social (c)/ media accounts operating from across the border. (d)/ No error (e)

7. Putting the blame on the ruling (a)/ coalition for the present morass of Kashmir, (b)/ as former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah (c)/  has done recently, hardly helps. (d)/ No error (e)

8. To begin with, policymakers must ponder deeply as to (a)/ why ordinary citizens are prepared to gravitate to (b)/ areas where actual encounters are taking place risking death and injury  (c)/  even though they are not involve in the protests. (d)/ No error (e)

9. Resorting to pyrotechnics such as the novel idea of tying a (a)/ protester to the bonnet of a security (b)/ vehicle and driving it to a (c)/  crowd of agitators are best avoided. (d)/ No error (e)

  1. Today’s agitators are angry and reckless, (a)/ but that is they who are redefining (b)/ the nature of protests and reshaping (c)/ the contours of the movement. (d)/ No error (e)

Directions (11 to 20): Read the following passage and answer the following questions below. Some words are highlighted for your attention.

A teenager lived alone with his father, and the two of them had a very special relationship. The father believed in encouragement. Even though the son was always on the bench, his father was always in the stands cheering. He never missed a game. This young man was the smallest of the class when he entered high school. His father continued to encourage him but also made it very clear that he did not have to play football if he didn’t want to. But the young man loved football and decided to hang in there. He was determined to try his best at every practice, and perhaps he’d get to play when he became a senior. All through high school he never missed a practice or a game, but remained a bench warmer all four years. His faithful father was always in the stands, always with words of encouragement for him. When the young man went to college, he decided to try out for the football team as a “walk-on.” Everyone was sure he could never make the cut, but he did. The coach admitted that he kept him on the roster because he always puts his heart and soul to every practice, and at the same time, provided the other members with the spirit and hustle they badly needed. The news that he had survived the cut thrilled him so much that he rushed to the nearest phone and called his father. His father shared his excitement and was sent season tickets for all the college games. This persistent young athlete never missed practice during his four years at college, but he never got to play in the game. It was the end of his senior football season, and as he trotted onto the practice field shortly before the big play off game, the coach met him with a telegram. The young man read the telegram and he became deathly silent. Swallowing hard, he mumbled to the coach, “My father died this morning. Is it all right if I miss practice today?” The coach put his arm gently around his shoulder and said, “Take the rest of the week off, son. And don’t even plan to come back to the game on Saturday.” Saturday arrived, and the game was not going well. In the third quarter, when the team was ten points behind, a silent young man quietly slipped into the empty locker room and put on his football gear. As he ran onto the sidelines, the coach and his players were astounded to see their faithful team-mate back so soon. “Coach, please let me play. I’ve just got to play today,” said the young man. The coach pretended not to hear him. There was no way he wanted his worst player in this close playoff game. But the young man persisted, and finally feeling sorry for the kid, the coach gave in. “All right,” he said. “You can go in.” Before long, the coach, the players and everyone in the stands could not believe their eyes. This little unknown, who had never played before, was doing everything right. The opposing team could not stop him. He ran, he passed, blocked and tackled like a star. His team began to triumph. The score was soon tied. In the closing seconds of the game, this kid intercepted a pass and ran all the way for the winning touchdown. The fans broke loose. His team-mates hoisted him onto their shoulders. Such cheering you’ve never heard! Finally, after the stands had emptied and the team had showered and left the locker room, the coach noticed that the young man was sitting quietly in the corner all alone. The coach came to him and said, “Kid, I can’t believe it. You were fantastic!” Tell me what got into you? How did you do it? He looked at the coach, with tears in his eyes, and said, “Well, you knew my dad died, but did you know that my dad was blind?” The young man swallowed hard and forced a smile, “Dad came to all my games, but today was the first time he could see me play, and I wanted to show him I could do it!”

11). Why the teenager was always on the bench?

  1. Because he was lazy and did not wanted to play
  2. He was not playing well
  3. He was smallest of the class
  4. Both (a) and (b)
  5. Both (a) and (c)

12). What did the father do whenever there is match?

  1. He was busy in his work
  2. He watched it in television
  3. He was always in the stands cheering him
  4. He scold him for not playing in the ground
  5. None of these

13). What did the young man do when he went to college?

  1. He joined football club
  2. He started training his friends
  3. He started playing football on ground
  4. He decided to try out the football team for walk-on.
  5. He decided to stop playing football

14).What was the reason given by him for not attending the practice match?

  1. He is ill
  2. He is busy and not have the time to play
  3. He no longer wants to play practice match
  4. The coach has not invited him for match
  5. He cannot attend the match due to his father death

15). For what reason the teenager wants to play the match?

  1. He is tired of being in the stand
  2. He wanted the team to lose the match
  3. He wanted to make coach feel ashamed of him
  4. He wanted to make his father see his match
  5. He is sad and wanted to get rid of it by playing football

16). What does the word fantastic means in the above passage?

  1. Incredible
  2. Adamantine
  3. Generosity
  4. kindness
  5. Skill and abilities 

17). What does intercepted means?

  1. Direction
  2. Strong wind
  3. impede
  4. Condition or state
  5. None of these

18). What does the phrase trotted mean?

  1. work
  2. opponent
  3. utilize
  4. jog
  5. To regain one’s ability

19). Which of the following cannot be the meaning of encouragement?

  1. Motivation
  2. animation
  3. fortification
  4. dissuasion
  5. pressure

20). Choose the word that means opposite to roster?

  1. Agenda
  2. freely
  3. disembark
  4. completely
  5. lavishly

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