English Phrase Replacement – IBPS Clerk Pre Exam New Pattern (Day-3)

English Phrase Replacement – IBPS Clerk Pre Exam New Pattern (Day-3):

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English Phrasal Replacement – IBPS Clerk Pre Exam New Pattern

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Directions (1-10): In each of the question given below a/an idiom/phrase is given in bold which is then followed by five options which then tries to decipher its meaning as used in the sentence. Choose the option which gives the meaning of the phrase most appropriately in context of the given sentence.

  1. My mother called on me last Sunday.
  1. visited
  2. enquired
  3. questioned
  4. scolded
  5. supported
  1. He was cut off during the deadly Vietnam war.
  1. dismissed
  2. died
  3. overthrown
  4. beaten
  5. tired
  1. The Costa Azul abounds with bars, restaurants and night-clubs.
  1. surrounded
  2. saved
  3. contain
  4. distributes
  5. demanded
  1. The Government is banking on the recapitalization of the PSUs to bring down the burden of poor loans .
  1. referring
  2. relying
  3. reckoning
  4. intruding
  5. building
  1. The policemen battered down the front door and dragged the men into the street.
  1. gathered
  2. reversed
  3. knocked
  4. broke
  5. surrounded
  1. Her hat was straight out of the ark.
  1. decorative
  2. costly
  3. huge
  4. new
  5. old-fashioned
  1. When my exams are finally over, I am going to have a ball.
  1. enjoy
  2. camp
  3. dinner
  4. play
  5. run
  1. Never have I ever tasted chicken, but I am prepared to have a bash.
  1. party
  2. criticize
  3. win
  4. try
  5. recover
  1. I am not going to put up with this injustice any longer.
  1. tolerate
  2. suffer
  3. respect
  4. expect
  5. surrender
  1. When Raj’s parents stopped supporting him financially, he suddenly discovered that life isn’t all beer and skittles.
  1. nasty
  2. interesting
  3. pleasurable
  4. annoying
  5. grief

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