IBPS SO 2016 Important English Questions IBPS SO 2016 Important English Questions
IBPS SO 2016 Important English Questions Friend, Hereby we are providing practice questions on two important topics of English section for IBPS SO 2016... IBPS SO 2016 Important English Questions

IBPS SO 2016 Important English Questions

Friend,

Hereby we are providing practice questions on two important topics of English section for IBPS SO 2016 exam:

 

 

Fill in the Blanks

Directions: Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best describes the meaning of the sentence as a whole

 

(Q.1) Uncertainty ______over the Foreign Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan______ for next month

  1. hangs, decided
  2. grows, fixed
  3. looms, scheduled
  4. fosters, programmed
  5. develops, planned

 

(Q.2) Only when _________ failed, the police resorted to ________

  1. efforts, power
  2. arrests, imprisonment
  3. persuasions, force
  4. power, punishment
  5. manipulations, arrests

 

(Q.3) The ________ imposed for non-payment was too ______ for it to bring improvement in collection

  1. fine, severe
  2. penalty, low
  3. toll, simple
  4. damage, cruel
  5. punishment, harsh

 

 

(Q.4) He shifted to his late parents’ house not because of the ______ it provided but for purely ______ reasons

  1. convenience, sentimental
  2. grace, aesthetic
  3. value, monetary
  4. comforts, personal
  5. benefits, lavish

 

(Q.5) He gave me an additional ______ of Rs. 2000 a month by ___________ of the Chairman

  1. pay, allowance
  2. salary, admittance
  3. payment, agreement
  4. allowance, permission
  5. incentive, contract

 

Cloze Test

Directions: In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case

 

Passage:

If more people could travel both, inside and outside the country, there would be  (1) increase in knowledge and understanding of their neighbours. Because people remain  (2) in the areas in which they are born, they  (3) to look upon those from other states as  (4) and obstruct the  (5) of national integration.

(1)_________

  1. Immense
  2. Tremendous
  3. Enormous
  4. Too much
  5. Huge

 

(2)_______

  1. static
  2. stationary
  3. mobile
  4. indoors
  5. closed

 

 

(3)________

  1. resort
  2. need
  3. tend
  4. believe
  5. have

 

(4)________

  1. intruders
  2. enemies
  3. terrorists
  4. trespassers
  5. foreigners

 

(5)_________

  1. development
  2. extension
  3. propagation
  4. promotion
  5. increase

 

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