SBI Clerk Pre English (Day-47)

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Sentence Rearrangement

Direction (1-5): In the questions given below a sentence is divided into five parts are jumbled and one of the parts 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.

1) the capitalisation of the states intelectual resources through this university (A)/the contribution of Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati, Pandit (B)/while pay his tributes to great sons of Odisha, the chief minister recalled (C)/Nilakantha Das and PanditGodabaris Mishra among others who visualised (D)

A) CADB, (A) and (B)

B) ACBD,(A) and (D)

C) DBAC, (C) and (D)

D) CBDA, (A) and (C)

E) None of these

2) A press release from Professor Devy, who is also the chairman of the People’s Linguistic Survey of (A)/India, said the front would include most of the scheduled languages and several hundred (B)/non-scheduled languages from the North-East and States like West Bengal, (C)/ Orissa, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, the Central Tribal Belt, and all the southern States (D)

A) ABCD, No error

B) BDCA, (D) and (B)

C) ACDB, (B) and (C)

D) BADC, No error

E) None of these

3) one langage’ theory articulated by the Home Minister Amit Shah (A)/Mr Devy and the delegation appreciated the bold stand and (B)/all Scheduled languages and had strongly oppose the ‘one nation (C)/ resolution of the DMK demanding equal rights for (D)

A) BDCA, (A) and (C)

B) CADB, (A) and (C)

C) ABCD, (B) and (D)

D) CBDA, (A) and (B)

E) None of these

4) Welfare Department, the usage of thirunangai (A)/replaced with the old word moondrampaalinathavar in Tamil (B)/Going by the press release issued by the District Social (C)/coined by former Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has been (D)

A) CBDA, (B)

B) ADCB, No error

C) CADB, No error

D) BACD, No error

E) None of these

5) of the Bengaluru-Nanded Express at Thimmamcherla village just (A)/before the train was approached Guntakal station at 6.30 a.m. on (B)/sundayand rob of Rs.40,000 cash and other belongings (C)/ A Bengaluru-based hotel worker GovindShetty, 50, was thrown out (D)

A) DCAB, (A) and (C)

B) DABC, (B) and (C)

C) BCDA, No error

D) CBAD, (B) and (D)

E) None of these

Combining Sentences

Directions (6-10): 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.

6) The 11th summit of the BRICS; pitted as a counterweight to G7; to emerging economics; bridge between the developed and developing world.

A) The 11th summit of the BRICS grouping comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held in Brasilia last week. Pitted as a to G7, the combine of developing economies, BRICS represents the world’s top emerging economies and claims to serve as a bridge the developed and developing world.

B) The 11th summit of the BRICS grouping comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held in Brasilia last week. Pitted as a counterweight to G7, the combine of developed economies, BRICS represents the world’s top emerging economies and claims to serve as a bridge between the developed and developing world.

C) The 11th summit of the BRICS grouping comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held in Brasilia last week. With Brazil’s President JairBolsonaro as the chair, BRICS was supposed to go into a slow mode.

D) The 11th summit of the BRICS grouping comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held in Brasilia last week. Pitted as a countereight to G7, the combine of developed economics.

A) B

B) D

C) A

D) C

E) None of these

7) A nation’s state of the economy; state of its society; the functioning of any economy; combined set of exchanges and social interactions; people and institutions

A) A nation’s state of the economy is also a function and reflection of the state of its society,the function of any economy is the result of the combining set of exchanging and social interactions among its people and institutions.

B) A nation’s state of the economy is also a function and reflection of the state of its society, our social fabric of trust and confidence is now torn and ruptured.

C) Mutual trust and self-confidence are the bedrock of such social transactions among people that foster economic growth.

D) A nation’s state of the economy is also a function and reflection of the state of its society, the functioning of any economy is the result of the combined set of exchanges and social interactions among its people and institutions.

A) C

B) D

C) A

D) B

E) All are correct.

8) The vote shares show that Mr. Rajapaksa; clear mandate; rocked Mr. Premadasa’s coalition, the New Democratic Front; the vote distribution; reaffirmation of the continuity; ethnic polarisation; Sri Lankan society

A) The vote shares show that Mr. Rajapaksa has received a clear mandate that has also rocked Mr. Premadasa’s coalition, the New Democratic Front. The vote distribution between the two candidates is a reaffirmation of the continuity of ethnic polarisation in shaping the political destinies of Sri Lankan society.

B) The vote shares show that Mr. Rajapaksa has received a clear mandate that has also rocked Mr. Premadasa’s coalition, the New Democratic Front, this is a factor that the new government should not fail to address in a manner that will heal the wounds of the past.

C) The vote shares show that Mr. Rajapaksa has received a clear mandatory that has also rocked Mr. Premadasa’s coalition, the New Democratic Front. The vote distribution between the two candidates is a continuity of ethnic polarisation in shaping the political destinies of Sri Lankan society.

D) The vote shares show that Mr. Rajapaksa has received a clear mandate that has also rocked Mr. Premadasa’s coalition, the New Democratic Front. The vote distribution between the two candidates is a reaffirmation of the continuity of polarisation in shaped the political destinies of Sri Lankan society.

A) D

B) C

C) A

D) B

E) All are correct

9) Nationwide protests that broke out; latest challenge to the Iranian regime; to fix a battered economy; hostile ties with U.S; influence in West Asia

A) Nationwide proteststhat broke out over the weekend are the latest challenge to the Iranian regime that’s already struggling to fix a battered economy, hostile ties with the U.S. and waning influence in West Asia.

B) Nationwidethat broke out over the weekend are the latest challenge to the Iranian regime that’s already struggle to fix a battereconomy, hostile ties with the U.S. and waning influence in West Asia.

C) Nationwide proteststhat broke out over the weekend are the latest challenge to the Iranian regime that’s already struggling to fix a battered economy, the protesters chanted slogans against the Islamic regime.

D) Nationwideprotests that broke out over the weekend are the latest challenge to the Iranian regime that’s already struggling to fix a battered economy, the trigger was the government’s decision to raise the price of rationed fuel.

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) None of these

10) The absence of adequate maternity benefits; India’s policy measures is despite; those working in the formal sector; forced to disproportionally; facing discrimination in recruitment

A) The absence of adequate maternity benefits and leave provisions in India’s policy measures is despite the fact that mothers, even those working in the formal sector, are forced to disproportionately bear the care-giving burden.

B) The absence of adequate maternity benefits and leave provisions in India’s policy measures is despite the fact that mothers, even those working in the formal sector, are forced to disproportionately bear the care-giving burden while facing discrimination in recruitment, promotion and work allocation.

C) Not only maternity provisions but other women-centred health care services are ignored, as is evident from a dearth of breast-feeding stations and separate functioning toilets in offices and workplaces.

D) The absence of adequate maternity benefits, even those working in the formal sector, are forced to disproportionately bear the care-giving burden while facing discrimination in recruitment, promotion and work allocation.

A) C

B) D

C) A

D) B

E) None of these

Answers :

Directions (1-5) :

1) Answer: (d)

While paying his tributes to great sons of Odisha, the chief minister recalled (C)/ the contribution of Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati, Pandit (B)/ Nilakantha Das and PanditGodabaris Mishra among others who visualised (D)/ the capitalisation of the state’s intellectual resources through this university. (A)

Part (A) has an error, use “intellectual” in the place if “intelectual”.

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

2) Answer: (a)

A press release from Professor Devy, who is also the chairman of the People’s Linguistic Survey of (A)/ India, said the front would include most of the scheduled languages and several hundred (B)/ non-scheduled languages from the North-East and States like West Bengal, (C)/Orissa, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, the Central Tribal Belt, and all the southern States. (D)

No error.

3) Answer: (a)

Mr Devy and the delegation appreciated the bold stand and (B)/ resolution of the DMK demanding equal rights for (D)/ all Scheduled languages and had strongly opposed the ‘one nation (C)/one language’ theory articulated by the Home Minister Amit Shah. (A)

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

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

4) Answer: (c)

Going by the press release issued by the District Social (C)/ Welfare Department, the usage of thirunangai (A)/coined by former Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has been (D)/ replaced with the old word moondrampaalinathavar in Tamil. (B)

No error.

5) Answer: (b)

A Bengaluru-based hotel worker GovindShetty, 50, was thrown out (D)/ of the Bengaluru-Nanded Express at Thimmamcherla village just(A)/ before the train was approaching Guntakal station at 6.30 a.m. on(B)/  Sunday and robbed of ₹40,000 cash and other belongings.(C)

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

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

Directions (6-10) :

6) Answer: (a)

The 11th summit of the BRICS grouping comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held in Brasilia last week. Pitted as a counterweight to G7, the combine of developed economies, BRICS represents the world’s top emerging economies and claims to serve as a bridge between the developed and developing world.

7) Answer: (b)

A nation’s state of the economy is also a function and reflection of the state of its society, the functioning of any economy is the result of the combined set of exchanges and social interactions among its people and institutions.

8) Answer: (c)

The vote shares show that Mr. Rajapaksa has received a clear mandate that has also rocked Mr. Premadasa’s coalition, the New Democratic Front. The vote distribution between the two candidates is a reaffirmation of the continuity of ethnic polarisation in shaping the political destinies of Sri Lankan society.

9) Answer: (a)

Nationwide protests that broke out over the weekend are the latest challenge to the Iranian regime that’s already struggling to fix a battered economy, hostile ties with the U.S. and waning influence in West Asia.

10) Answer: (d)

The absence of adequate maternity benefits and leave provisions in India’s policy measures is despite the fact that mothers, even those working in the formal sector, are forced to disproportionately bear the care-giving burden while facing discrimination in recruitment, promotion and work allocation.

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