IBPS PO/SBI CLERK 2022 Prelims : English Language QUIZ-18

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Question 1:

Direction: In the question given below a sentence is given with two blanks in each. Corresponding to each question two columns are given with three words in each column. Which combination of words from the two columns will perfectly fit into the blanks to make the sentence contextually and meaningfully correct?
The Parliamentary panel _______ to examine the landmark bill which seeks to raise the legal age ______ marriage for women to 21 has only one woman MP out of 31 members.

Question 2:

Direction : Match the statements from column 1 with column 2 using the right connectors given below and find which of the following pair of statements will form contextually correct sentence(s). Choose the correct answer from the given options. 

I.Whereas

II.Because

III.In order to

Question 3:

Direction : Match the statements from column 1 with column 2 using the right connectors given below and find which of the following pair of statements will form contextually correct sentence(s). Choose the correct answer from the given options.

I. Although
II. Yet
III. Nevertheless

Question 4:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences (I,II and III) are divided into four parts (A), (B), (C) and (D). There is an error in one part of each of these sentences. Select the option with the parts containing errors in three sentences and mark it as your answer.


I.Grover is a symbolic of the start-up culture that (A)/ has been celebrated in recent times for establishing (B)/ a new eco-system that breaks (C)/ from the inequities and hierarchies of the old. (D)

II.In the aftermath of (A)/ Grover’s outburst, questions has been (B)/ raised over the toxic work (C)/ culture in India’s start-ups.(D)

III.Science backs the theory (A)/ that early-life disruption (B)/ can prepared one (C)/ for sporting excellence. (D)

Question 5:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences (I,II and III) are divided into four parts (A), (B), (C) and (D). There is an error in one part of each of these sentences. Select the option with the parts containing errors in three sentences and mark it as your answer.


I.Germany is determined to contributing (A)/ to buttressing the rules-based (B)/ international order at (C)/ a time when it is exposed to grave challenges. (D)

II.As the quiet whirr of electric vehicles (A)/ gradually replaces the revs and noxious fumes (B)/ of internal combustion engines, a number of change (C)/ are set to filter through our familiar world. (D)

III.The advent of a less complex, (A)/ safer battery that is cheaper (B)/ to make and easier to separate at the end of its life is the ultimate (C)/ answered to the current sustainability problem with EVs. (D)

Question 6:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences (I,II and III) are divided into four parts (A), (B), (C) and (D). There is an error in one part of each of these sentences. Select the option with the parts containing errors in three sentences and mark it as your answer.


I.A large part of the problem stems from the fact (A)/ that India is lacking a national forest policy that (B)/ is responsive to current needs and adequately (C)/ outlines a long-term vision in keeping with climate change. (D)


II.The fact is that as much as digital (A)/ businesses have tremendous (B)/ potential to grow, they have also (C)/ vulnerable to rapid technological changes. (D)


III.In a pocket of north Indian wilder, (A)/ the rhino is helping (B)/ to bring peace and pride (C)/ back to a community healing from ethnic conflict. (D)

Question 7:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences (I,II and III) are divided into four parts (A), (B), (C) and (D). There is an error in one part of each of these sentences. Select the option with the parts containing errors in three sentences and mark it as your answer.


I.The evolution of a democratic society (A)/ is centred through the expansion (B)/ of rights — civil, political, economic (C)/ and cultural, leading to the empowerment of people. (D)


II.Democratic nations (A)/ respect individual (B)/ but group rights for moral (C)/ and instrumental reasons. (D)


III. The Indian Constitution enshrines equality and freedom (A)/ as fundamental rights, along with the right against exploitation, (B)/ freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights, (C)/ and the right to constitution remedies. (D)

Question 8:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences are given and in each sentence, a word is highlighted which is incorrect and needs to be replaced. Select the option that has the correct words to replace those incorrect words. 


I. Rising unemployment needs to be redressed through an urgent policy response that strengthens job guarantee programmes.


II. The National Payments Corp. of India is reportedly testing a system, UPI Lite, that will allow payments based in its Unified Payments Interface mechanism without the need of an active internet connection.


III. It is pertinent to note that informal-sector workers had borne the burntof a formalization drive led by our currency switch and GST rollout about half a decade ago.

Question 9:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences are given and in each sentence, a word is highlighted which is incorrect and needs to be replaced. Select the option that has the correct words to replace those incorrect words. 


I.The humble kheera (cucumber) serves to demonstrate India’s undermined potential to become a powerhouse of farm produce for the world.


II.The west has been fixated for more than two months on Russian preparations to mount a new land evacuation of Ukraine.


III.The basics of financial inclusion is to make sure that the consumers have access to products and choice of valuableproducts that suit their needs.

Question 10:

Direction : In the following question, three sentences are given and in each sentence, a word is highlighted which is incorrect and needs to be replaced. Select the option that has the correct words to replace those incorrect words. 


I.Disparities in access due to technology and digital solutions necessitate different layers of payment infrastructure.


II.RBI has lay down the guidelines for financial institutions and payment systems providers to participate in the offline payments system.


III.The scope of offline payments is not limited to proximateareas where connectivity is a challenge.