English Quiz IBPS RRB PO & Clerk : 17th Sep 2018

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English Quiz IBPS RRB PO and Clerk : 17th September 2018

With IBPS RRB PO and Clerical exams scheduled to take place later this month and early next month we are here with the most important series of English Quiz which will help you practice more and more quiz that are important for exams. English Quiz will comprise of 10-15 questions and will include comprehensions, correcting statements, antonym, synonyms, Cloze Test etc.

Directions for the questions 1 to 10: In the following questions, a part of the sentence is printed in bold. Below are given alternatives to the bold part at (1), (2), (3) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (4).

1. After twenty years of exile, the prisoner was in the end of his tether.
(1) on
(2) through
(3) at
(4) No improvement

2. He has lost his nearly all many pets.
(1) all his nearly many pets
(2) his may pets nearly all of them
(3) nearly all his many pets
(4) No improvement

3. It rained bitterly throughout the day, spoiling all our plans to go out.
(1) strongly
(2) fiercely
(3) intermittently
(4) No improvement

4. You should meet the concerned programme co-ordinators for registration.
(1) programme co-ordinators
(2) programme co-ordinators concerned
(3) respected programme co-ordinators
(4) No improvement

5. You shall have attended if the court had instructed you to do so.
(1) would have had to attend
(2) would attend
(3) would have to
(4) No improvement

6. When the beverage was ready, they drank possibly as much as they could.
(1) as much as they possibly could
(2) as much as possibly they could
(3) as much as they could possibly
(4) No improvement

7. A citizen is expected to give allegiance to his country of origin.
(1) homage
(2) loyalty
(3) obedience
(4) No improvement

8. As soon as she noticed the workmen, she asked them what they have been doing.
(1) have done
(2) had been
(3) are doing
(4) No improvement

9. He was asleep before the mother tucked him off.
(1) through
(2) away
(3) in
(4) No improvement

10. Can any spiritually dead man be so as to have no love for his native country?
(1) Can any dead man be so as to have no spiritual love for his native country?
(2) Can any man be so spiritually dead as to have no love for his native country?
(3) Can any native man be so dead as to have no love for his spiritual country?
(4) No improvement

11. His master’s thesis was highly estimated and is now being prepared for publication.
(1) was highly discussed
(2) was highly commended
(3) is highly appraised
(4) No improvement

Answers 

  1. C
  2. C
  3. B
  4. D
  5. A
  6. A
  7. D
  8. B
  9. C
  10. A
  11. B

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