LIC AAO/SBI PO Prelims English Preparation Questions 2019 (Day-19)

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English Language Questions For LIC AAO/SBI PO Prelims 2019 (Day-19)

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Directions (1-10): Detect the error (if any) and mark that part as your answer.

1)  The key elements of protection in a heat wave is avoiding (A)/ exposure during the hottest part of the day around noon,(B) /especially in the case of senior citizens, staying adequately hydrating, wearing suitable (C) /clothing including headgear, and creating shade in public places.(D)

a) only A)

b) only D)

c) A) and B)

d) B) and C)

e) A) and C)

2) With the availability of advance weather alerts, there is no(A) / reason why local bodies cannot institute remedial measures.(B)/ Mitigating the effect of heat waves is vital to ensuring a high turnout in the (C)/ elections by making it safe for voters.(D)

a) only A)

b) only B)

c) A) and B)

d) B) and C)

e) No error

3)  India is looking at another uncertain (A) /monsoons, bringing into sharp relief (B)/the neglected potential of  (C)/decentralised water-harvesting (D).

a) only B)

b) only A)

c) A) and B)

d) D) only

e) All are correct

4)  The return of foreign capital is obviously a good sign(A)/ at  the Indian economy. But policymakers need to be careful not (B)/to take foreign investors for granted. Other emerging Asian economies(C)/ will be competing hard to attract foreign capital, which are extremely nimble.(D)

a) only B)

b) only A)

c) D) and B)

d) D) and A)

e) No error

5)  The high fiscal deficit of the both Centre (A)/ and the State governments and the (B)/disruptive outflow of foreign capital (C)/are the other macroeconomic challenges. (D)

a) only B)

b) only A)

c) D) and B)

d) D) and A)

e) No error

6) Without exclusions or waivers to the designation,(A)/ U.S. troops and diplomats could be barred from contact (B)/with Iraqi or Lebanese authorities who (C)/interact with Guard officials or surrogates.(D)

a) only B)

b) only A)

c) D) and B)

d) D) and C)

e) No error

7) Aside from Iraq, where some 5,200 American troops (A)/is   stationed, and Syria, where some U.S. 2,000 troops remain,(B)/ the U.S. 5th Fleet, which operates in the Persian Gulf from its base on(C)/ Bahrain, and the Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar, are potentially at risk.(D)

a) only A)

b) only D)

c) A) and B)

d) B) and C)

e) A) and C)

8) Encased in a transparent and huge showcase, the chariot (A)/tells an interesting story from where it travelled to National Museum. (B)/This temple chariot was dedicated to Pandanalluru Sri Adikeshava Perumal, (C)/ the form of Maha Vishnu from a Temple near Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu.(D)

a) only A)

b) only D)

c) A) and B)

d) B) and C)

e) No error

9)  Chariots were primarily used in south Indian temples; in some, (A)/new chariots have being replaced old ones. If the (B)/chariots become very old and fragile, or caught with fire or even damaged(C)/ beyond repair, they are not be drawn during Rathotsava but abandoned outside the town in an open field. (D)

a) only B)

b) only D)

c) A) and B)

d) B) and D)

e) No error

10)  Indian Gods expelled valor and chivalry in the act of (A)/ vanquishing evil and it was equipped with great (B)/chariots. Symbolically, the entire cosmos becomes a chariot (C)/ plays a significant role in the Indian thought process.(D)

a) only B)

b) only D)

c) A) and B)

d) B) and D)

e) No error

Answers :

Direction (1-10) :

1) Answer: e)

A) and C)

Replace ‘is’ with ‘are’.

Replace ‘hydrating’ with hydrated’.

2) Answer: e)

No error

The sentence is correct.

3) Answer: a)

only B)

Replace ‘monsoons’ with ‘monsoon’.

4) Answer: c)

D) and B)

Replace ‘at’ with ‘for’.

Replace ‘are’ with ‘is’.

5) Answer: b)

only A)

‘both’ will be placed before ‘the’.

6) Answer: e)

No error

The sentence is correct.

7) Answer: d)

B) and C)

Replace ‘is’ with ‘are’.

Replace ‘on’ with ‘in’.

8) Answer: e)

No error

The sentence is correct.

9) Answer: a)

only B)

Instead of ‘being’, it should be ‘been’.

10) Answer: d)

B) and D)

Replace ‘ it was’ with ‘they are’.

Replace ‘plays’ with ‘playing’.

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