SBI PO English Preparation 2019 (Day-5)

SBI PO 2019 Notification is about to come and it is the most awaited exam among the aspirants. We all know that new pattern questions are introducing every year in the SBI PO exam. Further, the questions are getting tougher and beyond the level of the candidate’s expectations.

Our IBPS Guide is providing High-Level New Pattern English Language Questions for SBI PO 2019 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 high-level questions daily to familiarize with the exact exam pattern. We wish that your rigorous preparation leads you to a successful target of becoming SBI PO.

“Be not afraid of growing slowly; be afraid only of standing still”

New Pattern English Language Questions For SBI PO (Day-05)

maximum of 10 points
Table is loading

1) Highly talented people with a range of educational backgrounds and work experience are coming in large numbers to address big public problems, in contrast, 15 years ago, people focusing on social impact typically had backgrounds in social work ________________

a) And they find innovative ways to consume data

b) And they worked on improving the lives of the most vulnerable populations

c) Traditionally has considered its target population to be those at the base of the pyramid

d) Thus have broadened the definition of who we serve to include this section of the population.

e) Making it possible to provide a range of services they care about.

2) All the recent reforms mooted on the farm credit front, from raising the limit on Kisan Credit Cards to speeding up payment on crop insurance, have that pile-on quality. They___________________ formal credit doors are firmly shut.

a) do not address the needs of farmers for whom

b) need for tenant group guarantees, along the lines of self-help groups.

c) have carried wider appeal than a loan waiver that

d) are now recognize shares, as certified by the patwari as

e) support for loan waivers even among farmers excluded from formal credit, and

3) India’s unprecedented economic growth during the last two decades has been _________________ a few highly dense megacities. Engines of growth have failed to spread to less dense secondary cities.

a) increased the importance of inclusive spatial development in our development discourse

b) determined by the trade-offs between the forces of agglomeration economies and congestion costs

c) spearheaded by lopsided spatial development, with clusters of economic activity concentrated in

d) improved allocation of resources, promoted growth of more efficient enterprises

e) improved their physical and human infrastructure have attracted manufacturing enterprises

4) The entire event’s success is premised on pilgrims subscribing to the crowd management rules and those who have ____________________—a very important takeaway for a country seeking to get beyond its seven-decade legacy of a discretions-based regime.

a) earmarked into little settlements run by religious trusts managed under the aegis of a spiritual guru.

b) witnessed this are struck by the ability of the populace to accept the rule of law

c) derived using an Indian public delivery system replete with all its warts,

d) concentrated over 2,000 hectares, the sheer density of population at the site

e) expected to converge probably the single biggest assembly anywhere in the world

5) After demonetization, interest rates on informal credit markets would have shot up everywhere because of the supply crunch; rates would have

__________________ with the closure of small-scale industrial and trading activity, and moneylenders built up their cash funds again

a) get to keep the cash otherwise payable by them to banks

b) muddied by another popular estimate that the share of institutional credit in total farm borrowing is roughly two-thirds

c) accorded to a minority that had privileged access to a bank loan in the first place

d) crippled the ability of urban municipalities to collect the only tax that falls within their fiscal domain,

e) come down slowly thereafter as demand for credit also went down

6) Though the spatial evolution trend in the manufacturing sector in India is similar to the trends found in China and the US, the speed and pace of spatial spread is much slower in India; while large manufacturing enterprises __________________________ this is not happening at a faster pace to create more jobs.

a) are moving away from more congested megacities into secondary cities

b) have continued to grow at a much faster pace than less dense areas

c) determine its effectiveness as an engine of growth and job creation

d) show the spatial development trends in India are very different when compared with China and the US

e) are found in locations with densities above this threshold, with employment densities

7) The DoP’s decision was consciously done in contradiction with its own previous stand, while the government is actively deliberating measures such as price caps and compulsory licencing to make orphan drugs more affordable, the DoP’s actions seek to __________________

a) giving Indian patients access to drugs that are only available abroad

b) revise the national policy on rare diseases

c) topple the efforts of the ministry and committee set up to review the rare drug policy

d) discuss the future direction related to rare diseases

e) explore the possibility in bringing such drugs under compulsory licencing

8) With liquidity tightening in the banking system and funding becoming scarce for large infrastructure projects, industry experts estimate that the national roads authority _____________________ in favour of plain vanilla EPC projects and, to a lesser extent, hybrid annuity models.

a) don’t think developers are willing to take these risks on like they did in the past

b) will more or less jettison the toll build-operate-transfer model for new roads

c) not considering the BOT model due to problems with land acquisition

d) took away a part of the construction risk and the whole traffic risk that made

e) worked for a while, but now signs of stress are showing.

9) The bitter rivals have come together in India to lobby the government on regulations ______________________ and among other things, the giant retailers are asking for an extension for implementing those rules, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

a) that threaten to dampen their expansion ambitions

b) to treat all vendors equally, effectively barring foreign companies from featuring exclusive products

c) against the new rules because these companies have over $20 billion at stake in the Indian market,

d) evaluating the new guidelines and will engage the government as needed,

e) to prevent private labels from being sold on the marketplace,

10) “Sale of attached properties in appropriate cases by tax recovery officers to recover confirmed demand where normal measures of recovery have not yielded results” to be deployed, _________________________ and filing prosecution complaints in courts against those people who are wilfully evading payment of outstanding taxes.

a) is likely to be raised and collected during the current fiscal

b) undertaking action to recover outstanding dues from companies

c) to drive up recovery from arrear and current demand

d) showing negative growth under regular assessment tax

e) depending upon the specific characteristics of the region

Answers:

1) Answer: b)

The option (b) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

2) Answer: a)

The option (a) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

3) Answer: c)

The option (c) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

4) Answer: b)

The option (b) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

5) Answer: e)

The option (e) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

6) Answer: a)

The option (a) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

7) Answer: c)

The option (c) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

8) Answer: b)

The option (b) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

9) Answer: a)

The option (a) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

10) Answer: b)

The option (b) seems to be logical for the context and is the correct part to complete the incomplete sentence of passage.

Click Here for SBI PO Pre 2019 High-Quality Mocks Exactly on SBI Standard

Daily Practice Test Schedule | Good Luck

Topic Daily Publishing Time
Daily News Papers & Editorials 8.00 AM
Current Affairs Quiz 9.00 AM
Current Affairs Quiz (Hindi) 9.30 AM
NIACL AO Prelims – Reasoning 10.00 AM
NIACL AO Prelims – Quantitative Aptitude 11.00 AM
Vocabulary (Based on The Hindu) 12.00 PM
NIACL AO Prelims – English Language 1.00 PM
SSC Practice Questions (Reasoning/Quantitative aptitude) 2.00 PM
IBPS Clerk – GK Questions 3.00 PM
SSC Practice Questions (English/General Knowledge) 4.00 PM
Daily Current Affairs Updates 5.00 PM
SBI PO/IBPS Clerk Mains – Reasoning 6.00 PM
SBI PO/IBPS Clerk Mains – Quantitative Aptitude 7.00 PM
SBI PO/IBPS Clerk Mains – English Language 8.00 PM
Online Mock Tests 2019: