SBI Clerk Pre English (Day-39)

Dear Aspirants, Our IBPS Guide team is providing a new series of English Language Questions for SBI Clerk Prelims 2020 so the aspirants can practice it on a daily basis. These questions are framed by our skilled experts after understanding your needs thoroughly. Aspirants can practice these new series questions daily to familiarize with the exact exam pattern and make your preparation effective.

Start Quiz

Ensure Your Ability Before the Exam – Take SBI Clerk 2020 Prelims Free Mock Test

Statement – Inference

Directions (1-5): In the following questions, a statement is given, followed by five options. You are to understand, after reading through the options, and find out with which suitable option the given inference matches contextually. The selected option should also be grammatically correct.

1) Even going by the logic; apex court; unanimous judgment; Ayodhya dispute

A) Even go by the logic that the apex court is ‘supreme but not infallible’, the unanimously judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, in a case as important and long-standing as the Ayodhya dispute, is a welcome one.

B) Even going by the logic that the apex court is ‘supreme but not infallible’, the unanimous judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, in a case as important and long-standing as the Ayodhya dispute, is a welcome one.

C) The unanimous judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, in a case as important and even going by the logic that the apex court is ‘supreme but not infallible’, and long-standing as the Ayodhya dispute, is a welcome one.

D) Even going by the logic that the court is ‘supreme because not infallible’, the unanimous judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, in a case as important and long-standing as the Ayodhya disputed, is a welcome one.

A) B

B) D

C) A

D) B

E) None of these

2) In one stroke; BJP government decimated; pro-India constituency; Kashmir in early August; special status.

A) In one stroke, the BJP government decimatethe pro-India constituent in Kashmir in early August when it ended, through the parliamentary route, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.

B) In one stroke, the BJP government decimated the pro-India constituency in Kashmir in earliest August when it end, through the parliamentary route, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.

C) In one stroke, the BJP government decimated the pro-India constituency in Kashmir in early August when it ended,the shutters of pro-India parties like the National Conference of the Abdullahs and the People’s Democratic Party of the Muftis, but about the many lakh Kashmiri Indians who had hitherto taken on the separatists and Islamists in their midst.

D) In one stroke, the BJP government decimated the pro-India constituency in Kashmir in early August when it ended, through the parliamentary route, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.

A) C

B) D

C) A

D) B

E) All are correct

3) For a reporter in the 1990s; Srinagar or the massive deployment of security forces; assignment

A) For a reporter in the 1990s, the sound of firing in Srinagar or the massive deployment of security forces were part and parcel of one’s assignment.

B) For a reporter in the 1990s, the sound of fire in Srinagar or the massive deployment of security forces was part and parcel of one’s assignment.

C) For a reporter in the 1990s, the sound of firing in Srinagar or the massive deployment of paramilitary personnel were part and parcel of one assignment.

D) For a reporter in the 1990s, the sound of firing in Srinagar or the massive deployment of Central Reserve Police forces were part and parcel of one’s assignment.

A) D

B) C

C) A

D) B

E) All are correct

4) Prime Minister Narendra Modi; considering the suggestion to build; renovate the existing; facilities by 2022; celebrate 75 years of Independence

A) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government is consideringeither redeveloping Parliament House or building a new structure.

B) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government is consider suggestions to build a new Parliament House or renovate the existing one with improve facilities by 2022, just in time to celebrate 75 years of Independence.

C) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government is considering suggestions to build a new Parliament House or renovate the existing one with improved facilities by 2022, just in time to celebrate 75 years of Independence.

D) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government is considering to build a new Parliament House or renovate the existing one with improved by 2022, just in time to celebrate 75 years of Independence.

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) None of these

5) But Mr. Rangarajanwas critical; editorial pages; news presentation; pristine and conservative; thrust left; editorials and opinion pieces

A) But Mr. Rangarajan was critical of the editorial pages of the paper. He said: “While news presentation remains pristine and conservative, there is an attempt to thrust Left, secular views on readers through editorials and opinion pieces.

B) But Mr. Rangarajan was critical of the editorial pages of the paper. He said: “While news presentation remainpristine and conservative, there is a attempt to thrust Left, secular views on readers through editorials and opinion pieces.

C) But Mr. Rangarajan was critical of the editorial pages of the paper. He said: “While news presentation remains pristine and conservative, there is an attempt to thrust Left, secularism views on readerthrough editorials and opinion pieces.

D) But Mr. Rangarajan was critical of the editorial pages of the paper. He said: “While news presentation remains conservatively, there is an attempt to thrust Left, secular views on readers through editorials and opinion pieces.

A) C

B) D

C) A

D) B

E) None of these

Sentence Rearrangement

Directions (6-10):In the questions given below a sentence is divided into five parts are jumbled and one of the part may have a misspelt word or grammatically incorrect word or group of words. Arrange the divided parts into a coherent sentence and identify the part which has an error in it.

6) which will bring down the air pollution levels to the very poor category (A)/November 15, as the MeT department had said strong winds are expect from Friday, (B)/ On Wednesday, the EPCA had extended the ristrictions on dirty-fuel based industries (C)/in Delhi-NCR, hot mix plants and stone crushers till the morning of (D)

A) BCDA, (A) and (C)

B) CDBA, (B) and (C)

C) ACDB, (B) and (D)

D) ACBD, No error

E) None of these

7) The attackers stormed the home of Lasantha (A)/ Development and Corruption last week and gave (B)/Wijeratne, who released his book Wasteful (C) /a copy to ruling party candidate SajithPremadasa (D)

A) ACBD,No error

B) BCDA, No error

C) CADB, (A) and (D)

D) DABC, (A) and (C)

E) None of these

8) Jihad commander, with 34 Palestinians kill in exchanges of fire (A)/ in Gaza take hold on Thursday after two days of fighting (B)/ A ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants (C)/triggered by an Israeli strike on an Islamic (D)

A) ABCD, (B) and (C)

B) BCDA, (C) and (D)

C) BDCA, (A) and (D)

D) CBDA, (A) and (B)

E) None of these

9) Five rockets was fired at Israel from Gaza after the ceasefire (A)/ of them, the army said, but the incident did not appear (B)/ came into effect and air defences intersepted two (C)/likely to set off another severe round of fighting (D)

A) CDBA, (A) and (C)

B) BCDA, No error

C) ACBD, (A) and (D)

D) ABCD, (C) and (D)

E) None of these

10) said on Thursday in comments reported by the Chinese state media (A)/ The unrest in Hong Kong has “seriously challenged” (B)/ the “one country, two systems” principle governing (C)/ the semi-autonomous city, China’s President Xi Jinping (D)

A) ACBD, No error

B) BCDA, No error

C) DCBA, (A)

D) CBDA, (D)

E) None of these

Answers :

Directions (1-5) :

1) Answer: (d)

Even going by the logic that the apex court is ‘supreme but not infallible’, the unanimous judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, in a case as important and long-standing as the Ayodhya dispute, is a welcome one.

2) Answer: (b)

In one stroke, the BJP government decimated the pro-India constituency in Kashmir in early August when it ended, through the parliamentary route, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.

3) Answer: (c)

For a reporter in the 1990s, the sound of firing in Srinagar or the massive deployment of security forces were part and parcel of one’s assignment.

4) Answer: (c)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government is considering suggestions to build a new Parliament House or renovate the existing one with improved facilities by 2022, just in time to celebrate 75 years of Independence.

5) Answer: (c)

But Mr. Rangarajan was critical of the editorial pages of the paper. He said: “While news presentation remains pristine and conservative, there is an attempt to thrust Left, secular views on readers through editorials and opinion pieces.

Directions (6-10) :

6) Answer: (b)

On Wednesday, the EPCA had extended the restrictions on dirty-fuel based industries (C)/  in Delhi-NCR, hot mix plants and stone crushers till the morning of (D) / November 15, as the MeT department had said strong winds are expected from Friday, (B)/ which will bring down the air pollution levels to the very poor category.(A)

Part (B) has an error, use “expected”in the place of “expect”.

Part (C) has an error, use “restrictions” in the place of “ristrictions”.

7) Answer: (a)

The attackers stormed the home of Lasantha (A)/Wijeratne, who released his book Wasteful (C)/ Development and Corruption last week and gave (B)/a copy to ruling party candidate SajithPremadasa. (D)

No error.

8) Answer: (d)

A ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants (C)/ in Gaza took hold on Thursday after two days of fighting (B)/ triggered by an Israeli strike on an Islamic (D)/ Jihad commander, with 34 Palestinians killed in exchanges of fire. (A)

Part (A) has an error, use “killed” in the place of “kill”.

Part (B) has an error, use “took” in the place of “take”.

9) Answer: (c)

Five rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza after the ceasefire (A)/  came into effect and air defences intercepted two (C)/  of them, the army said, but the incident did not appear (B)/ likely to set off another severe round of fighting. (D)

Part (A) has an error, use “were” in the place of “was”.

Part (D) has an error, use “intercepted” in the place of “intersepted”.

10) Answer: (b)

The unrest in Hong Kong has “seriously challenged” (B)/the “one country, two systems” principle governing (C)/ the semi-autonomous city, China’s President Xi Jinping (D)/ said on Thursday in comments reported by the Chinese state media. (A)

No error.

Check Here to View SBI Clerk Prelims 2020 English Language Questions
Day -38 Day -37 Day -36
Click Here for SBI Clerk 2020 – Detailed Exam Notification
0 0 votes
Rating
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments