SBI PO 2022 : English QUIZ-53

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Question 1:

Direction : In the following question there are two statements in each question. Each sentence has two highlighted words which may or may not be contextually and grammatically incorrect. Find the correct combination(s) of words which must be replaced to make both the sentences grammatically and contextually correct.
(I) The broader issue is that if one can trade in imaginary currencies it does (downside) (A) to gambling which is partly (permitted) (B) in the country.
(II) The government need not be concerned over people who are aware of the (tantamount) (C) of cryptos, but the less financially literate need to be (educated) (D) just as it is done for sin products.

Question 2:

Direction : In the following question there are two statements in each question. Each sentence has two highlighted words which may or may not be contextually and grammatically incorrect. Find the correct combination(s) of words which must be replaced to make both the sentences grammatically and contextually correct.
(I) The Centre has done well to (release) (A) an additional (tranche) (B) of funds due to the States from the divisible tax pool.
(II) The fiscal deficit ceiling of 3.5 per cent should be retained till the economy (retains) (C) its pre-pandemic (momentum) (D), with health infra being included in the fiscal incentive package.

Question 3:

Direction : In the following question there are two statements in each question. Each sentence has two highlighted words which may or may not be contextually and grammatically incorrect. Find the correct combination(s) of words which must be replaced to make both the sentences grammatically and contextually correct.
(I) The G20 is perhaps the ideal multilateral agency to (made) (A) the world out of its pandemic induced economic (action) (B).
(II) G20 members have(lead) (C) all the right commitments after the pandemic, but there is little to show in (morass) (D).

Question 4:

Direction : Two columns are given in each question and each column has three phrases. Choose the most suitable pair of phrases, which makes a grammatically correct and contextually coherent statement.

Question 5:

Direction : Two columns are given in each question and each column has three phrases. Choose the most suitable pair of phrases, which makes a grammatically correct and contextually coherent statement.

Question 6:

Direction : Two columns are given in each question and each column has three phrases. Choose the most suitable pair of phrases, which makes a grammatically correct and contextually coherent statement.

Question 7:

Direction : Two columns are given in each question and each column has three phrases. Choose the most suitable pair of phrases, which makes a grammatically correct and contextually coherent statement.

Question 8:

Direction : Two columns are given in each question and each column has three phrases. Choose the most suitable pair of phrases, which makes a grammatically correct and contextually coherent statement.

Question 9:

Direction : In each sentence, few words are given in bold. They may or may not be arranged in a proper sequence. Choose the sequence that makes the sentence grammatically and contextually meaningful. If the sentence is correct, choose option(e) i.e., no rearrangement is required.

Since 1991, when economic reforms (A)  began in India, several attempts have been (B)  promote to reform the fertilizer sector to keep a check on the rising fertilizer subsidy bill, (C) reduce the efficient use of fertilizers, achieve balanced use of N, P and K (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium), and (D) made water and air pollution caused by fertilizers like urea.

Direction : In each sentence, few words are given in bold. They may or may not be arranged in a proper sequence. Choose the sequence that makes the sentence grammatically and contextually meaningful. If the sentence is correct, choose option(e) i.e., no rearrangement is required.

Question 10:

Direction : In each sentence, few words are given in bold. They may or may not be arranged in a proper sequence. Choose the sequence that makes the sentence grammatically and contextually meaningful. If the sentence is correct, choose option(e) i.e., no rearrangement is required.

Plastics are man-made (A)  unnatural that are (B) natural to this world, but that does not stop the (C) interacting world from (D)  materials with them.

Direction : In each sentence, few words are given in bold. They may or may not be arranged in a proper sequence. Choose the sequence that makes the sentence grammatically and contextually meaningful. If the sentence is correct, choose option(e) i.e., no rearrangement is required.