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English Sentence Rearrangement and Fill In The Blanks– SBI Clerk Exam New Pattern

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Direction (Q1-5): Five sentences denoted by A, B, C, D and E have been given. Identify the odd sentence and arrange rest of the four sentences in such a way that it makes a meaningful paragraph.

1.

A) Artificial ecosystems demonstrates, humans have the ability not only to destroy ecosystems (through destructive practices such as deforestation) but also to create and to preserve them.

B) Another example of artificial ecosystems is an afforested plot of land – a forest ecosystem that has been created as a result of humans deliberately planting a group of trees.

C) Artificial ecosystems include gardens and garden ponds, manmade lakes (such as quarry lakes), and land that has been used for agriculture.

D) It is to this healing and environmentally friendly power of humans that we must turn if we want to preserve our world for future generations.

E) In fact, human agriculture has vastly changed the landscape of the world, transforming grasslands and forest ecosystems into fields that have been divided up and used for crops.

  1. BEAC
  2. CEBA
  3. DBEA
  4. ECBA
  5. BDAE

2.

A) Yoga has technical systems to help the mind, maintain resilience, harness physical and mental energies and to develop an integrated personality.

B) An attempt to prevent and treat these diseases triggered a search for better lifestyles and better strategies that converged on the rediscovery of ancient disciplines such as Yoga.

C) The Asanas are designed to relieve our mind and body from tension and stress.

D) It’s a way of balancing the emotions and establishing the harmony between the mind and body.

E) Modern lifestyle has lost the harmony in mind-body relationship which has caused several stress-based diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart diseases.

  1. BEAC
  2. CEBA
  3. DBEA
  4. EBAD
  5. BDAE

3.

A) Another biogas advantage is that, unlike other types of renewable energies, the process is natural, not requiring energy for the generation process.

B) Overflowing landfills don’t only spread foul smells- they also allow toxic liquids to drain into underground water sources.

C) Concern for the environment is a major reason why the use of biogas has become more widespread.

D) Biogas plants significantly curb the greenhouse effect as the plants lower methane emissions by capturing this harmful gas and using it as fuel.

E) Biogas generation helps cut reliance on the use of fossil fuels, such as oil and coal.

  1. BEAC
  2. CEBA
  3. DBEA
  4. EBAD
  5. CDEA

4.

A) Petroleum as we know is a limited natural resource, which can be exhausted if used irrationally.

B) The plastic bags left as a garbage would severely affect the wild life.

C) Besides, numerous toxic chemicals are released while manufacturing the Polyethylene.

D) If you find the words PE on any plastic bag, be sure that it was made out of Polyethylene

E) Plastic bags are mostly made of ‘polyethylene’ which is made out of petroleum.

  1. BEAC
  2. EDAC
  3. DBEA
  4. EBAD
  5. CDEA

5.

A) Since then, development of jute industry continued unabated till Independence.

B) Golden fibre jute lost much of its previous pre-eminence in the post-independence era.

C) The tradi­tionally best jute growing tracts went to Pakistan but India retained vast majority of mills.

D) Golden fiber’ jute manufacturing is a not-too-old industry in India as the origin of this indus­try dates back to only 1854, when the first jute industry took its birth near Rishra, in the west bank of the river Hooghly.

E) Partition of India came as a disaster to the jute manufacturing units.

  1. BEAC
  2. EDAC
  3. DBEA
  4. EBAD
  5. DAEC

Directions (Q 6-10): In each of the following sentences there is one blank space. Below each sentence there are four words denoted by a), b), c) and d). Find ONE word that to be fitted in both the sentences I and II and another word that to fit in sentence III and to make it meaning fully complete, In case no word is fit to these sentences, option ‘e’ is the answer.

6.

  1. We should go ahead with his plan as it is ________ and we will have to invest less amount.
  2. My budget is _________ and I can’t afford to buy this classy article.
  3. According to the reports, he has been _______ by someone but soon he will be proved innocent.
  1. wastrel / accused
  2. thrifty  /ejected
  3. frugal / implicated
  4. penny-wise /released
  5. tight / liberated

7. 1) The farmers are being trained to irrigate their land from modern technique and it will definitely _______ the problem of irrigation.

2) Initial failures could not _________ his courage and zeal for life that is why he is successful today.

3) Owner of the factory has assured the state authorities that he will not _________on government land.

  1. escalate / invade
  2. soar /intrude
  3. mount / impinge
  4. abate / encroach
  5. levitate / infringe

8. 1) He was ready to invest the money but could not say yes because of __________of guidelines mentioned in their hand book.

2) The remaining part of the news has been published in today’s newspaper to clear ______ of the coverage.

3) After seeing the ________condition of the books in the library, she immediately sent all the books for binding and repairing.

  1. lucidity/feeble
  2. grubbiness / brawny
  3. dullness / beefy
  4. murkiness / stalwart
  5. opacity / pathetic

9. 1) It seems that your strategy is ________ and it needs much more strong base to tackle the competitors’ strategy.

2) Grandpa cannot manage the company alone now as he has grown old and become  _______.

3) Nobody can guess that how has he paid all the bills on time as he is __________ .

  1. sturdy / buoyant
  2. frail / insouciant
  3. feeble / anxious
  4. fragile / high-strung
  5. brittle / nervous

10. 1) He will have to draw the layout again as an ________ has spoiled it.

2)It was not an _________ , management deliberately remove his name from the list of defaulter as he paid his dues last evening.

3) Before leaving the restaurant the customers said that they would like to visit again due to pleasant atmosphere and ________ service of restaurant.

  1. mistake / mean
  2. lapse /aloof
  3. error/ frosty
  4. omission / surly
  5. oversight / genial

Answers:

Direction (Q1-5):

  1. Correct Answer is: b)

Artificial ecosystems include gardens and garden ponds, manmade lakes (such as quarry lakes), and land that has been used for agriculture.

 In fact, human agriculture has vastly changed the landscape of the world, transforming grasslands and forest ecosystems into fields that have been divided up and used for crops.

Another example of artificial ecosystems is an afforested plot of land – a forest ecosystem that has been created as a result of humans deliberately planting a group of trees.

Artificial ecosystems demonstrates, humans have the ability not only to destroy ecosystems (through destructive practices such as deforestation) but also to create and to preserve them.

 It is to this healing and environmentally friendly power of humans that we must turn if we want to preserve our world for future generations.

Explanation: This is about artificial ecosystem. Artificial ecosystem includes the garden and pond that man makes and uses for agriculture. Man has changed the site of world as he has transformed the grassland and forest into plain field that can be used for agriculture. Another of example of artificial ecosystem is the part of land where humans deliberately plant groups of trees. This shows that humans have ability to protect and preserve the forest.

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

Modern lifestyle has lost the harmony in mind-body relationship which has caused several stress-based diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart diseases.

An attempt to prevent and treat these diseases triggered a search for better lifestyles and better strategies that converged on the rediscovery of ancient disciplines such as Yoga.

Yoga has technical systems to help the mind, maintain resilience, harness physical and mental energies and to develop an integrated personality.

It’s a way of balancing the emotions and establishing the harmony between the mind and body.

The Asanas are designed to relieve our mind and body from tension and stress.

Explanation: This passage is about the yoga. According to the passage, modern lifestyle has lost the harmony in mind and body and this unbalancing position has become the cause of many diseases. An attempt to prevent these diseases has rediscovered the ancient disciplines like yoga. It can be said that yoga is technical system to help to mind and increase the mental energies and to develop better personality. It also helps in balancing the emotions.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

Concern for the environment is a major reason why the use of biogas has become more widespread.

Biogas plants significantly curb the greenhouse effect as the plants lower methane emissions by capturing this harmful gas and using it as fuel.

Biogas generation helps cut reliance on the use of fossil fuels, such as oil and coal.

Another biogas advantage is that, unlike other types of renewable energies, the process is natural, not requiring energy for the generation process.

Overflowing landfills don’t only spread foul smells- they also allow toxic liquids to drain into underground water sources.

Explanation: This passage is about environment and biogas. According to the passage, biogas has been used because of its environment friendly nature. Biogas plant controls the effect of green house effect. With the use of biogas we can save our fuel like coal etc. biogas plant does not use energy or power for process of generation.

  1. Correct Answer is: b)

Plastic bags are mostly made of ‘polyethylene’ which is made out of petroleum.

If you find the words PE on any plastic bag, be sure that it was made out of Polyethylene

Petroleum as we know is a limited natural resource, which can be exhausted if used irrationally.

Besides, numerous toxic chemicals are released while manufacturing the Polyethylene.

The plastic bags left as a garbage would severely affect the wild life.

Explanation: this passage is about the plastic bag. According to the passage, plastic bags are made by polyethylene which is made out of petroleum. Petroleum is natural resource and limited in quantity. It can be finished also if used improperly. On the other hand, a lot of toxic chemicals are also released at the time of making polyethylene.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

Golden fiber’ jute manufacturing is a not-too-old industry in India  as the origin of this indus­try dates back to only 1854, when the first jute industry took its birth near Rishra, in the west bank of the river Hooghly.

Since then, development of jute industry continued unabated till Independence.

Partition of India came as a disaster to the jute manufacturing units.

The tradi­tionally best jute growing tracts went to Pakistan but India retained vast majority of mills. Golden fiber jute lost much of its previous pre-eminence in the post-independence era.

Explanation: this passage is about the jute industry. According to the passage, jute manufacturing industry in India is not very old. It started in 1854, when first jute industry had been established on bank of river Hooghly. After that jute industry continued its growth till independence without any hindrance. According to the passage partition ruined the jute industry as the jute growing area went to Pakistan and India retained majority of mills.

Directions (Q 6-10):

  1. Correct Answer is: c)

Explanation: the meaning of “frugal”  is “economical” and it is suitable for i, and ii blanks and the meaning of “implicate” is “to involve as being concerned in a matter, affair or crime” and it is suitable for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

Explanation:  the meaning of “abate” is “to become less intense “ and it is suitable for i, and ii blanks, and the meaning of “encroach” is “to invade or intrude” and it is suitable for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

Explanation: the meaning of “opacity” is “the state or quality of being opaque” and it is suitable for i, and ii blanks and the meaning of “pathetic” is “expressing or arousing pity” and it is suitable for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: b)

Explanation:  the meaning of “frail” is “weak / not robust” so it is suitable for i, and ii blanks and the meaning of “insouciant” is “carefree or unconcerned” and it is suitable for iii blank.

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

Explanation: the meaning of “oversight” is mistake” so it will be used in i , and ii blanks and the meaning of the “genial” is  “cordial / cheerful” and it is suitable of iii blank.

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