English Filler and Sentence correction Practice Set Questions for 2018 IBPS Clerk

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English Filler and Sentence correction Practice Set Questions for 2018 IBPS Clerk

 

Directions (1-5)In each of the following questions, each sentence has some blank spaces. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words out of the given alternatives.

1)Activists in the country have long protested its……society that essentially …..woman from travelling, marrying or attending college without permission from a male relative, who is called their…………
A) benevolent, forbid, steward
B) pre-adamite, prevent, custodian
C) pre-eminent, restrict, protector
D) venerable, condemns, manciple
E) patriarchal, prohibits, guardian

2) Individual tax rates in the country are substantially…..compared to tax rates in the US and western Europe but slightly …..than those in most emerging markets.
A) slow, more
B) decreasing, increased
C) lesser, much
D) lower, higher
E) stricter, lower

3) The regulator body is likely to ……stricter trading norm, create special liquidity window on the budget day to combat potential market……
A) implement, versatile
B) let, flexibility
C) remove, steady
D) ignore, dynamic
E) impose, volatility

4) Sales of consumer packaged goods companies are …..to record their slowest growth in two years as customers cutback their expenditure even on ……items and groceries.
A) expected, essential
B) willing, regularly
C) estimate, necessary
D) approximately, daily
E) determined, important

5) The bad loan ratios are ………..to be uglier in the fourth quarter given the ………..loan growth.
A) moved, frail
B) likely, weaker
C) tend, skewed
D) intend, meagre
E) going, swiftly

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Directions (6-10) In these questions, a sentence is given with three words/group of words in bold type. One or more of them may have a certain error. Below the sentence are given three combinations of words/group of words i.e A, B and C. You have to find out the correct word/group of words from among A, B & C given below each sentence to replace the incorrect words and make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful. One, two, all three or none of them may be correct. Decide upon which is/are correct, if any and mark the correct option which denotes your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, mark ‘No correction required’ as your answer.

6) In 2015, two years after Hurricane Sandy hit his city, the mayor announced to set up a $53 billion restoration fund, partly was intended to pay for sea walls that would help city from storm ahead.
I) He was setting up-which- any storms in the future
II) The setting up of-that-storms
II) The creation of part of which-future storms

A) Only I
B) All I, II, III
C) I & II
D) Only III
E) No correction required

7) Since ancient times, medics have relied on their sense of smell to help them work out what is wrong with their patients –fruity odours on the breath, for example, let them monitor the condition of diabetics, while foul odours assist in the diagnosis of respiratory-tract infections.
I) relying-to work out anything -diagnosing
II) were reliant-work out whether anything –how to diagnose
III) had to rely-in working out anything –any diagnosis

A) Only I
B) All I, II & III
C) I & II
D) Only III
E) No correction required

8) Thailand’s performing dismally is not drastically out of step with countries of similar incomes, not strange given its unusually generous spending on education.
I) dismal performance-but it is-expenditure on
II) having a dismal performance-being-budget
III) dismally performing –is not amount spent on

A) Only III
B) All I, II & III
C) I & II
D) Only I
E) No correction required

9) There is a government survey, about 12.6 million Japanese aged 60 or older now opting working, up from 8.7 million in 2000 and two-thirds of Japan,s over-65s want to stay gainfully employed.
A) In have an option-and gain employment
B) As revealed by-are opting gains from employment
C) According to-opt to keep-gainfully employed

A) only II
B) All I, II & III
C) I & II
D) Only III
E) No correction required

10) The hope is that the torrents of data which generate will contain some crucial nuggets that let neuroscientists get more understanding how exactly the brain does all it does.
I) These schemes–closer to-what it does
II) Which will-able to-function
III) That these studies-a better work
A) only I
B) All I, II & III
C) I & II
D) Only III
E) No correction required

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