English Language Quiz For IBPS | RBI | SBI | NABARD

In each of the following questions, a sentence has been written in three different ways. Choose the option(s) which substitute(s) the sentence both grammatically and contextually.

Q.1. Life is not a random outcome of conjugation of gametes, but there is a grand design and a purpose of existence behind all manifestations of life.

A. There is a grand design and a purpose of existence behind all manifestations of life instead of it being a random outcome of conjugation of gametes.

B. A random outcome of conjugation of gametes is the grand design and a purpose of existence behind all manifestations of life.

C. Life is a grand design and a purpose of existence behind all manifestations of life but not
a random outcome of conjugation of gametes.

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B

(3) Both A and C 

(4) Both B and C

(5) Only C

Q.2. A person with well-developed intellect behaves more rationally compared to a person who is feeling disoriented.

A. The behaviour of a disoriented person is much more rational than that of a person with
well-developed intellect.

B. When a person who is feeling disoriented, a person with-developed intellect behaves rationally.

C. Comparing to a disoriented person, a person having a well-developed intellect behaves more rationally.

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B

(3) Both A and C

 (4) Both B and C

(5) Only C

Q.3. When enlightened to the truth of oneness in the core of our personality, all superficial differences fall apart and the world becomes a place of absolute happiness for all.

A. The world becomes a place of absolute happiness for all as a result of one’s enlightenment
of the truth of oneness in the core of our personality due to which all superficial differences fall apart.

B. All superficial differences fall apart when one is enlightened to the truth of oneness in the core of one’s personality making the world a place of absolute happiness for all.

C. While getting enlightened to the truth of oneness in the core of our personality, the world
becomes a place of absolute happiness for all and all superficial differences fall apart.

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B

(3) Both A and B

 (4) Both B and C

(5) Only C

Q.4. Society enforces the rule that we all have to earn a living, which joins with the natural desire to have a family.

A. The natural desire to have a family is accompanied by the rule of society that we all
have to earn a living.

B. We all have to earn a living which joins with the natural desire to have a family due to the rule enforced by society.

C. The rule that we all have to earn a living is enforced by the society which is joined with the
natural desire to have a family.

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B

(3) Both A and C 

(4) Both B and C

(5) All A, B and C

5-Now, the crypto-currency market is cooling and regulators and stakeholders are beginning to tighten the screws in a bid to separate the wheat from the chaff.

A. Now, the crypto-currency market is cooling, though in a bid to separate the wheat from the
chaff, regulators and stakeholders are beginning to tighten the screws.

B. Tightening of the screws in a bid to separate the wheat from the chaff has begun by regulators and stakeholders as the crypto-currency market is cooling.

C. In a bid to separate the wheat from the chaff, regulators and stakeholders, after the cooling of crypto-currency market, are beginning to tighten the screws.

(1) Only A 

(2) Only B

(3) Both A and C 

(4) Both B and C

(5) Only C

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

Realizing the pile-up of ___(A) ___ food where millions go to bed on empty stomachs in the country, the UN has announced theme of this year's World Environment Day (WED) as 'Think, Eat, Save' to raise awareness about this environmental and social problem. The event also wants to ___(B) ___ individuals to take strong action in their daily food choices. World over, more than 20,000 children under the age of five die of malnutrition every day whereas the global reports have put the food wastage at 30 to 50 per cent from the farms to our plates. While ever-increasing population would require more food, we cannot think of ways to produce it with the technology at our disposal today as the land available for ___(C) ___is limited. Thus, in a matter of 70 years, it would be a saturation of all available resources to fill our stomachs. Painting the grim picture, the scientists warn that farm ___(D) ___ had already reached plateau due to chemical abuse of soil.

Q.6. Choose the correct option for (A)

(1) wasted 

(2) stale

(3) grew 

(4) marketed

(5) stored

Q.7. Choose the correct option for (B)

(1) revitalize 

(2) strengthen

(3) recommend 

(4) update

(5) rncourage

Q.8. Choose the correct option for (C)

(1) farming

 (2) living

(3) culture 

(4) grazing

(5) working

Q.9. Choose the correct option for (D)

(1) abundance 

(2) productivity

(3) gain 

(4) manufacturing

(5) fruitfulness

ANSWERS :-

Q1. (1) 

Q2. (5) 

Q3. (3) 

Q4. (5) 

Q5. (4) 

Q6. (1) 

Q7. (5) 

Q8. (1) 

Q9. (2) 



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