SBI PO 2022 : English QUIZ-52

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Question 1:

Given below are six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Answer the following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent paragraph.


A. Zika virus, first detected in rhesus monkeys in the Zika forest in Uganda in 1947 and then identified in humans after a few years, appears to be re-positioning itself. 


B. Zika virus received global attention with the start of a major outbreak in Brazil in March 2015, which then spread to many countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean. 


C. Viruses are ubiquitous, most are innocuous and some, such as SARS CoV-2, turn out to be pernicious. 


D. The first-ever outbreak of Zika virus was reported in 2007 in the island of Yap (a federated state in Micronesia) in the Pacific. 


E. The outbreak was associated with higher incidences of microcephaly (a condition which results in a small brain in the fetus) as well as the increased neurological symptoms such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and neuropathies in adults and children infected with the virus. 


F. For the first 60 years after detection, only 14 human cases had been reported, from Asia and Tropical Africa. 

Among the following pairs, which one of them is formed with two consecutive statements after the rearrangement?

Question 2:

Given below are six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Answer the following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent paragraph.


A. Zika virus, first detected in rhesus monkeys in the Zika forest in Uganda in 1947 and then identified in humans after a few years, appears to be re-positioning itself. 


B. Zika virus received global attention with the start of a major outbreak in Brazil in March 2015, which then spread to many countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean. 


C. Viruses are ubiquitous, most are innocuous and some, such as SARS CoV-2, turn out to be pernicious. 


D. The first-ever outbreak of Zika virus was reported in 2007 in the island of Yap (a federated state in Micronesia) in the Pacific. 


E. The outbreak was associated with higher incidences of microcephaly (a condition which results in a small brain in the fetus) as well as the increased neurological symptoms such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and neuropathies in adults and children infected with the virus. 


F. For the first 60 years after detection, only 14 human cases had been reported, from Asia and Tropical Africa. 

Which among the following becomes the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

Question 3:

Given below are six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Answer the following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent paragraph.


A. Zika virus, first detected in rhesus monkeys in the Zika forest in Uganda in 1947 and then identified in humans after a few years, appears to be re-positioning itself. 


B. Zika virus received global attention with the start of a major outbreak in Brazil in March 2015, which then spread to many countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean. 


C. Viruses are ubiquitous, most are innocuous and some, such as SARS CoV-2, turn out to be pernicious. 


D. The first-ever outbreak of Zika virus was reported in 2007 in the island of Yap (a federated state in Micronesia) in the Pacific. 


E. The outbreak was associated with higher incidences of microcephaly (a condition which results in a small brain in the fetus) as well as the increased neurological symptoms such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and neuropathies in adults and children infected with the virus. 


F. For the first 60 years after detection, only 14 human cases had been reported, from Asia and Tropical Africa. 

Which among the following becomes the LAST sentence after rearrangement?

Question 4:

Given below are six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Answer the following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent paragraph.


A. Zika virus, first detected in rhesus monkeys in the Zika forest in Uganda in 1947 and then identified in humans after a few years, appears to be re-positioning itself. 


B. Zika virus received global attention with the start of a major outbreak in Brazil in March 2015, which then spread to many countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean. 


C. Viruses are ubiquitous, most are innocuous and some, such as SARS CoV-2, turn out to be pernicious. 


D. The first-ever outbreak of Zika virus was reported in 2007 in the island of Yap (a federated state in Micronesia) in the Pacific. 


E. The outbreak was associated with higher incidences of microcephaly (a condition which results in a small brain in the fetus) as well as the increased neurological symptoms such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and neuropathies in adults and children infected with the virus. 


F. For the first 60 years after detection, only 14 human cases had been reported, from Asia and Tropical Africa. 

Which among the following becomes the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

Question 5:

Given below are six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Answer the following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent paragraph.


A. Zika virus, first detected in rhesus monkeys in the Zika forest in Uganda in 1947 and then identified in humans after a few years, appears to be re-positioning itself. 


B. Zika virus received global attention with the start of a major outbreak in Brazil in March 2015, which then spread to many countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean. 


C. Viruses are ubiquitous, most are innocuous and some, such as SARS CoV-2, turn out to be pernicious. 


D. The first-ever outbreak of Zika virus was reported in 2007 in the island of Yap (a federated state in Micronesia) in the Pacific. 


E. The outbreak was associated with higher incidences of microcephaly (a condition which results in a small brain in the fetus) as well as the increased neurological symptoms such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and neuropathies in adults and children infected with the virus. 


F. For the first 60 years after detection, only 14 human cases had been reported, from Asia and Tropical Africa. 

Which among the following becomes the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

Question 6:

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.


Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Select the most appropriate option for the blank no. 26

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.
Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Question 7:

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.


Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Select the most appropriate option for the blank no.27

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.
Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Question 8:

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.


Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Select the most appropriate option for the blank no. 28

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.
Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Question 9:

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.


Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Select the most appropriate option for the blank no. 29

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.
Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Question 10:

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.


Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.

Select the most appropriate option for the blank no. 30

Directions : Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.
Vidya Dairy follows the principle of ‘Learning-by-Doing’. Here students work with their own hands, acquire skills and _______(26)___________ experience for their professional career. With globalisation and liberalisation, ______(27)_______of skills plays a pivotal role for an individual to be relevant, effective and competitive on the professional front. Vidya Dairy follows a unique model. It receives milk from Amul Dairy, which is then processed _______(28)________various milk products and sold under the brand name of ‘Amul-The Taste of India’ through the distribution channel managed by GCMMF. This helps in the financial ______(29)______of the dairy plant and achieving its main mission of student training. Its objectives and statutory status are way different from other commercial dairy plants across India. Vidya Dairy conducts various training programmes for dairy and non-dairy professionals annually. It imparts ‘hands-on’ experience to the students and professionals and _______(30)_________a work culture of quality, productivity, energy conservation and environmental protection for the dairy sector in the country. Like the Amul model in Anand, each State government must engage with various stakeholders like the Central Government, milk federations, district milk unions, non-government organisations, universities, educational and research centres, etc., for the replication of the Vidya Dairy model to foster the development of the dairy sector at the academic, research and commercial levels.