RBI ASST ENGLISH QUIZ 10

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Question 1:

In each of the question given below, a phrase/idiom is given in bold followed by five sentences. You have to identify the sentence in which the bold part can be replaced by the given bold phrase/idiom to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.

Johan has a bee in his bonnet over the criticism he has in the meeting with his office meeting.

Question 2:

In each of the question given below, a phrase/idiom is given in bold followed by five sentences. You have to identify the sentence in which the bold part can be replaced by the given bold phrase/idiom to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.

If you don’t work hard for your exam, we will miss the boat.

Question 3:

In each of the question given below, a phrase/idiom is given in bold followed by five sentences. You have to identify the sentence in which the bold part can be replaced by the given bold phrase/idiom to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.

The manager of this company is very irritating, it is very difficult to put up with him.

Question 4:

In each of the question given below, a phrase/idiom is given in bold followed by five sentences. You have to identify the sentence in which the bold part can be replaced by the given bold phrase/idiom to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.

The Diamond ring has costs arm and leg.

Question 5:

In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank five words are suggested. One option can fit grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

With the rapid rise of smartphones and easy ……… (A) to the internet, India is ……… (B) a second e-commerce boom, which comes from ‘value lifestyle’ buyers. These are shoppers who are on a budget and ……. (C) to own quality products that may not be accessible to them in the markets of their smaller hometown stores. According to a Red Seer market study commissioned by Snapdeal, the total addressable market for value lifestyle retail in India was worth $88 billion and is…………(D) to reach \$175 billion by next five years, growing at an approximate CAGR of 15%. Now a day, 75% of the value market is served by unorganised, physical retail channels, while the balance 25% is served by organised brick and mortar and value e-commerce channels. In the next few years, the share of value e-commerce alone will rise to 22% and is ………. (E) to grow faster in the Tier 2 plus cities. Leveraging this $175 billion opportunity, value focused platform, Snapdeal’s business model ……… (F) a full-stack value playbook that is helping it to tap into this underserved ecosystem.


Select the most appropriate option for (A).

Question 6:

In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank five words are suggested. One option can fit grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

With the rapid rise of smartphones and easy ……… (A) to the internet, India is ……… (B) a second e-commerce boom, which comes from ‘value lifestyle’ buyers. These are shoppers who are on a budget and ……. (C) to own quality products that may not be accessible to them in the markets of their smaller hometown stores. According to a Red Seer market study commissioned by Snapdeal, the total addressable market for value lifestyle retail in India was worth $88 billion and is ………… (D) to reach \$175 billion by next five years, growing at an approximate CAGR of 15%. Now a day, 75% of the value market is served by unorganised, physical retail channels, while the balance 25% is served by organised brick and mortar and value e-commerce channels. In the next few years, the share of value e-commerce alone will rise to 22% and is ………. (E) to grow faster in the Tier 2 plus cities. Leveraging this $175 billion opportunity, value focused platform, Snapdeal’s business model ……… (F) a full-stack value playbook that is helping it to tap into this underserved ecosystem.


Select the most appropriate option for (B).

Question 7:

In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank five words are suggested. One option can fit grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

With the rapid rise of smartphones and easy ……… (A) to the internet, India is ……… (B) a second e-commerce boom, which comes from ‘value lifestyle’ buyers. These are shoppers who are on a budget and ……. (C) to own quality products that may not be accessible to them in the markets of their smaller hometown stores. According to a Red Seer market study commissioned by Snapdeal, the total addressable market for value lifestyle retail in India was worth $88 billion and is…………(D) to reach \$175 billion by next five years, growing at an approximate CAGR of 15%. Now a day, 75% of the value market is served by unorganised, physical retail channels, while the balance 25% is served by organised brick and mortar and value e-commerce channels. In the next few years, the share of value e-commerce alone will rise to 22% and is ………. (E) to grow faster in the Tier 2 plus cities. Leveraging this $175 billion opportunity, value focused platform, Snapdeal’s business model ……… (F) a full-stack value playbook that is helping it to tap into this underserved ecosystem.


Select the most appropriate option for (C).

Question 8:

In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank five words are suggested. One option can fit grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

With the rapid rise of smartphones and easy ……… (A) to the internet, India is ……… (B) a second e-commerce boom, which comes from ‘value lifestyle’ buyers. These are shoppers who are on a budget and ……. (C) to own quality products that may not be accessible to them in the markets of their smaller hometown stores. According to a Red Seer market study commissioned by Snapdeal, the total addressable market for value lifestyle retail in India was worth $88 billion and is…………(D) to reach \$175 billion by next five years, growing at an approximate CAGR of 15%. Now a day, 75% of the value market is served by unorganised, physical retail channels, while the balance 25% is served by organised brick and mortar and value e-commerce channels. In the next few years, the share of value e-commerce alone will rise to 22% and is ………. (E) to grow faster in the Tier 2 plus cities. Leveraging this $175 billion opportunity, value focused platform, Snapdeal’s business model ……… (F) a full-stack value playbook that is helping it to tap into this underserved ecosystem.


Select the most appropriate option for (D).

Question 9:

In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank five words are suggested. One option can fit grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

With the rapid rise of smartphones and easy ……… (A) to the internet, India is ……… (B) a second e-commerce boom, which comes from ‘value lifestyle’ buyers. These are shoppers who are on a budget and ……. (C) to own quality products that may not be accessible to them in the markets of their smaller hometown stores. According to a Red Seer market study commissioned by Snapdeal, the total addressable market for value lifestyle retail in India was worth $88 billion and is ………… (D) to reach \$175 billion by next five years, growing at an approximate CAGR of 15%. Now a day, 75% of the value market is served by unorganised, physical retail channels, while the balance 25% is served by organised brick and mortar and value e-commerce channels. In the next few years, the share of value e-commerce alone will rise to 22% and is ………. (E) to grow faster in the Tier 2 plus cities. Leveraging this $175 billion opportunity, value focused platform, Snapdeal’s business model ……… (F) a full-stack value playbook that is helping it to tap into this underserved ecosystem.


Select the most appropriate option for (E).

Question 10:

In the given passage, some words are missing. Against each blank five words are suggested. One option can fit grammatically and contextually. Choose the option providing the correct pair(s) of words.

With the rapid rise of smartphones and easy ……… (A) to the internet, India is ……… (B) a second e-commerce boom, which comes from ‘value lifestyle’ buyers. These are shoppers who are on a budget and ……. (C) to own quality products that may not be accessible to them in the markets of their smaller hometown stores. According to a Red Seer market study commissioned by Snapdeal, the total addressable market for value lifestyle retail in India was worth $88 billion and is ………… (D) to reach \$175 billion by next five years, growing at an approximate CAGR of 15%. Now a day, 75% of the value market is served by unorganised, physical retail channels, while the balance 25% is served by organised brick and mortar and value e-commerce channels. In the next few years, the share of value e-commerce alone will rise to 22% and is ………. (E) to grow faster in the Tier 2 plus cities. Leveraging this $175 billion opportunity, value focused platform, Snapdeal’s business model ……… (F) a full-stack value playbook that is helping it to tap into this underserved ecosystem.


Select the most appropriate option for (F).