Practice English Questions for Upcoming Bank PO and Clerk Exams 2015 Set-11:
Practice English Questions for upcoming Bank PO and Clerk Exams were given below, candidates those who are preparing for the examination can use this question.
Directions (Q.1-5): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
1).In the absence of _______________ such as granting the Most Favored Nation status to India by Pakistan, the neighbors trade ___________ countries such as Sri Lanka and the Emirate of Dubai.
a) measures, through
b) quota, through
c) capacity, from
d) amount, with
e) allotment, by
2).Big ______________ will come only with a visionary leader at the ___________ either in India or in Pakistan.
a) Finding, captain
b) Gain, leadership
c) Recovery, reins
d) Boost, chair
e) Breakthroughs, helm
3). It was important for Afghanistan to ____________ relations to deal with common ____________ of terrorism and radicalization.
a) Perfect, menace
b) Correct, threats
c) Appropriate, hazard
d) Strict, omen
e) Right, risk
4).Three years ago, spontaneous ____________ against Bashar al Assad’s regime had __________ in the Syrian capital Damascus.
a) Revolt, hurled
b) Dissent, gushed
c) Protests, erupted
d) Question, flared up
e) Challenge, appeared
5).The cause for the rapid rise of the ISIS, which now controls a territory larger than Great Britain, are _____________ in the 2009 US ____________ of Iraq.
a) Based, onslaught
b) Entrenched, assault
c) Fixed, aggression
d) Rooted, invasion
e) Deep, onslaught
Directions (Q.6-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningfully complete.
The word ‘jugaad’ has many meanings. Its usage in the corporate world has the flavor of an upper – class fixer. But in Odisha, a ‘jogadu’ means a resourceful person, ‘one who can get things(6)all odds’. And in the slums of Delhi, ‘aaj ka jugaad karna’ means ‘surviving yet another day(7)odds’. The root has been traced to ‘jog’, which is the colloquial way to pronounce ‘yoga’. It means(8)alignment between disjointed elements. He who brings together disconnected forces to solve a problem is the ‘jogi’ or ‘jugadu’. In modern imagery, a yogi is a sublime(9)but in folk imagination a ‘jogi’ is a magician, a sorcerer, who can bring rains in drought, given children to the childless, by(10) forces of nature that are otherwise intransigent. In other words, he finds the ‘upaay’ when there are none.
1). a) 2). e) 3). b) 4). c) 5). d) 6). d) 7). b) 8). e) 9). a) 10). c)
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