English Phrase Replacement Questions Asked-IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2017

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General English Phrase Replacement Questions Asked-IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2017 (21/01/2018) with solutions.

Directions (1-5): Which of the following phrases given below the sentence can replace the words/phrase given in the bold in the sentence grammatically and meaningfully? If none of the phrases can replace the words/phrase given in bold in the sentence. Select ‘None” as the answer.

1) I tried so hard to do a good job in Mrs Smith’s garden, but I got the sack anyway.
I) Dismissed from
II) To get a surprise
III) Getting promotion

A) Only A & B
B) Only B
C) Only B & C
D) Only A
E) Only C

2) I was really feeling blue after she told me she was leaving.
I) In trouble/depressed
II) feeling ecstatic
III) sad

A) Only A & B
B) Only C
C) Only B & C
D) Only A & C
E) Only B

3) Tired of working for his boss, Jake made a break for it and started his own business.
I) Affective
II) effective
III) Suddenly decided for

A) Only A, B & C
B) Only C
C) Only B and C
D) Only B
E) None

4) If I don’t take a vacation soon, I’ll be headed to the funny farm.
I) To get funny remarks
II) A mental institutional facility
III) To make funny expressions

A) Only A & B
B) Only B & C
C) Only B
D) A, B and C
E) None

5) Use your gray matter and think what will happen if the committee resigns.
I) Kindness
II) Cruelty
III) Intelligence

A) Only A
B) Only C
C) Only B & C
D) A, B and C
E) None

Directions (6-10): Which of the following phrases (A), (B), (C), (D) given below in the statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given, and ‘No Correction is required’, select (E) as the ans.

6) Maria will had the letter delivered to the address in a couple of days.

A) has had
B) has been having
C) was having
D) would have
E) No correction required

7) He has said so out of affection, do not take it to heart.

A) in heart
B) it in the heart
C) by the heart
D) by heart
E) No correction required

8) People are tiring very soon in an activity which they don’t like.
A) tried
B) trying
C) tired
D) trying
E) No correction required

9) Modern playgrounds are probably so safer than they have ever been in the past decades.
A) more safer than
B) safe then
C) most safe than
D) safer than
E) No correction required

10) The summer has set out, and the days are getting warm.

A) set up
B) set in
C) set off
D) set on
E) No correction required

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English Phrase Replacement Questions Asked-IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2017: Ans.

1.D)
2.D)
3.B)
4.C)
5.B)
6.D)
The sentence is in future tense.
7. E)
8. C)
9. D)
10. B)
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