English Questions (Fill in the blanks) for Clerical Mains

    English Questions (Fill in the blanks) for Clerical Mains
    English Questions (Fill in the blanks) for Clerical Mains:
    Dear Readers, Important Practice English Questions for Upcoming IBPS Clerk V Mains Exam was given here. Aspirants those who are preparing for the examination can use this.

    Directions (Q. 1–10): In each of the following sentences there are two blanks spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by a), b), c), d) and e). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

    1). As a __________ of medicine Ayurveda has witnessed _________ growth in the last two decades.
    a)    System, Phenomenal
    b)    Genre, Thumping
    c)    Branch, Increasing
    d)    Alternative, sufficient
    e)    Counterpart, sharp

    2).In mature democracies, _________ of national importance are __________ without a trace of politics
    a)    Politics, enacted
    b)    Concern, subjected
    c)    Issues, drawn
    d)    Cases, looked
    e)    Matters, debated
    3).If a government loses its __________ in the legislature, it should ________ gracefully and allow the opposition to form a new government.
    a)    Confidence, admit
    b)    Majority, quit
    c)    Grip, react
    d)    Command, manage
    e)    Monopoly, compromise

    4).With fixed tenures, governments defeated on the _________ of the legislature would not be able to force ________ elections on the people
    a)    Front, biased
    b)    Ground, indirect
    c)    House, unfair
    d)    Floor, premature
    e)    Table, undue

    5).Autonomy in investigation and prosecution would ________ judicial disposals and restore _________ in the rule of law
    a)    Expedite, credibility
    b)    Energise, autonomy
    c)    Empower, faith
    d)    Maintain, awareness
    e)    Supervise, speed

    6).The highest court of this country has always gone out to ________ the __________ of the citizenry.
    a)    Govern, issues
    b)    Deliver, justice
    c)    Stretch, rights
    d)    Derive, hope
    e)    Uphold, interests

    7).__________ of illiteracy from a nation that is set to become the most populated in the world is by no __________ easy.
    a)    Dealing, effect
    b)    Management, concern
    c)    Eradication, means
    d)    Uprooting, method
    e)    Capturing, task

    8).This approach would __________ the enormous illiteracy problem to be ________ in a holistic manner.
    a)    Drive, controlled
    b)    Enable, tackled
    c)    Contain, settled
    d)    Manage, defined
    e)    Negotiate, sorted

    9).It is time to __________ ongoing programmes and __________ new horizons.
    a)    Allocate, define
    b)    Consider, think
    c)    Justify, assemble
    d)    Assess, seek
    e)    Evaluate, availw

    1). a) 2). e) 3). b) 4). d) 5). a) 6). e) 7). c) 8). b) 9). d)

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