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1,463 Thoughts to “Discussion Zone – 19 April 2017”

  1. Mumbai indians

    english quiz??????

    1. Mumbai indians

      abhi hai kya

  2. Suraj

    Good Evening Everyone !!!!
    Shubhra Mam is unavailable today, so I will continue with mixed quiz ,,,, Will start soon

    1. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      ok sir ge

        1. Nazriya @ SBI PO

          ge :))

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ge sir 🙂

        1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

          ge bro 🙂

          1. ravi

            DI pdf aur 2016 sbi pre question pdf hai kya???

          2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            hmm i ll share after the quiz

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      hiiii sir gud evng……:)))

    4. BILTU

      gd evng sir :))

    5. ravi

      gud evening sir:)

    6. Destiny : ultimate

      ge sir :))

  3. Pradeep Narayan

    hello every1 i am back……:)

  4. Pradeep Narayan

    started???

  5. Suraj

    Will start with a cloze test.. be ready

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      yaaaa sir…:)

  6. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.

    What will come in place of (A)?

    Plans
    Expenses
    Initiatives
    Materials
    Places

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      places

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      eee

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      eeee

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        hiii sbi…))

    4. Destiny : ultimate

      eee

    5. Suraj

      Initiatives

      The word ‘initiatives’ fits here the best as the word means ‘steps taken to make the tourism popular’. Mere plans cannot make a place famous, they need to be well executed. A place cannot be said to be famous for its ‘ecotourism expenses’. Also the passage praises the aesthetic beauty and culture of Kerala and is least concerned with the aspects. The other two options are completely irrelevant.

  7. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.

    What will come in place of (B)?
    Riches
    Demography
    Tradition
    Income
    Finance

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bbb

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ccc?

      1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

        tradition to diya hai pehle hi

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      aaa

    4. Destiny : ultimate

      bb

      1. Destiny : ultimate

        ge 🙂

        1. Goutham :|

          sisso
          bahut din ke baad dp badli
          good 🙂

          1. kumkum ahuja

            yupe acchi h na bro:) nd study kesi chl rhi sbi po kb h?

          2. Goutham :|

            yo
            koun hai waise pic me
            study ok ok type
            what abt u

          3. kumkum ahuja

            isani…..meri b thik thak chl rhi h …

    5. Suraj

      b) Demography

      The word ‘demography’ which means ‘the study of statistics such as births, deaths etc’ fits here the best. The sentence is not about the financial state of the place. Thus the rest of the options can be eliminated.

      1. Pulkit

        the composition of a particular human population

  8. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.

    What will come in place of (C)?
    Established
    Advertised
    Abject
    Acquired
    Assimilated

    1. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      eeee

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      ee

    3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bbb

    4. Suraj

      a) Established

      The word should mean that Kerala is a famous tourist spot. Thus the word ‘established’ fits here the best. It is not only about advertisement so option 2 can be eliminated. The word ‘abject’ means ‘wretched’ which is incorrect here. The word ‘acquired’ which means ‘obtained’ also fails to make sense. The word ‘assimilated’ means ‘summed up’ which is completely irrelevant here.

    5. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      aaa

  9. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.

    What will come in place of (D)?

    Flushed
    Turned
    Sided
    Flanked
    Withering

    1. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      dddd

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ddd

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      dd

    4. Suraj

      d) Flanked

      The only word that can make a meaning is ‘flanked’ which means ‘edged’ or ‘bounded’. A place cannot be ‘turned’ or ‘withered’ on a coast. The word ‘withering’ means ‘wilting’. ‘Flushed’ fails to make a sense if put in a blank space. ‘Sided’ is inappropriate and ‘flanked’ makes a better sense.

    5. Pradeep Narayan

      44444444

  10. ravi

    Advertised– विख्यात करना

  11. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.

    What will come in place of (E)?

    Brackish
    Fresh
    Complete
    Round
    Half-filled

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bbb

    2. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      nbbbb

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      b.

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      bbbb

    5. Suraj

      a) Brackish

      Lagoon is a water body, so options 3, 4 and 5 are incorrect as they do not convey any meaning if put here. The word ‘brackish’ means ‘salty water’ which is quite apt in the given context. The usage of the word ‘fresh’ could have been grammatically correct if a word like ‘water’ had followed the blank space.

  12. ravi

    flank= किनारा

  13. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.
    What will come in place of (F)?

    Advanced
    Interrupted
    Filled
    Encroached
    Rested

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      44444

    2. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      dddddd

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      dd.

    4. Suraj

      d) Encroached

      The word in the blank should clearly define the connection between the land and the Western Ghats. The word ‘encroached’ means ‘advance gradually beyond usual or acceptable limits’ and clearly conveys an apt meaning here. The word ‘advanced’ does not make any sense here. Option 2 can be eliminated as the phrase ‘interrupted upon’ is incorrect. The word ‘filled’ does not convey any meaning as it can be used in the context of water and not land. The word ‘rested’ means ‘ceased’ or ‘relaxed’ which fails to convey any meaning here. Thus option 4 is the correct answer.

    5. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ddd

  14. Suraj

    Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism __ (A) __ and beautiful backwaters and its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied __ (B) __. Kerala is an __ (C) __ destination for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. __ (D) __ on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360 mi); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches. The backwaters in Kerala are a chain of __ (E) __ lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Eastern Kerala consists of land __ (F) __ upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. Efforts are taken to minimise the __ (G) __ effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.
    What will come in place of (G)?

    Monetary
    Beneficial
    Adverse
    Harsh
    Irremovable

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      cccc

    2. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      ccccc

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      333333

    4. Destiny : ultimate

      cc

    5. Suraj

      c) Adverse

      The word in the blank must be a negative as these changes are to be controlled as mentioned in the sentence. Thus ‘beneficial’ can be eliminated. Option 1 and 5 do not convey a proper meaning if put in the blank. The word ‘adverse’ means ‘unfavourable’ which is a better option than ‘harsh’. Thus, option 3 is the best fit answer.

  15. Suraj

    45% of 760 + 38% of 450 = ?
    513
    528
    523
    518
    None of these

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      aaa

      1. killer

        hv u applied any trick or just multiplication

        1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

          multiplication only..tricks are not my cup of tea ..i am very poor in quants

    2. Sanguine

      aaaa

      342+171

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      11111

    4. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      aaaa

    5. Destiny : ultimate

      aa

  16. Mumbai indians

    SIR ENGLISH HI LO

    1. Suraj

      its mixed,, will post eng also

  17. Suraj

    A fruit seller purchases oranges at the rate of 3 for Rs. 5 and sells them at 2 for Rs. 4. His profit is
    10%
    11%
    20%
    25%
    50 %

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ccc

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      cc

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      33333

      1. Divaker

        bhai ise aaya ka

  18. ammu

    sir eng post karoo

  19. Suraj

    She is (A)/ more cleverer (B)/ than any (C) other girl of (D)/ her age. No error/ (E)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      clever

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      bbbb

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      bbbbb

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      bbbbb

    5. Suraj

      B : remove more

  20. Eng M AwesomE

    sir eng post karoo

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      are yaar chup kro tum

    2. Pulkit

      kar hi tho rahe hai bhai

      1. Eng M AwesomE

        only eng

  21. Suraj

    Statements:
    Some pen are pencil.Some pencil are paper. All paper are eraser.No eraser is box.
    Conclusions:
    I.No box is paper.
    II.Some pencil are Eraser.
    III. Some box are Pen.
    IV.No box is pen.

    1.Only I and II follow
    2.Only either III or IV follows
    3.Only I and either III or IV follow
    4.Only I, II and either III or IV follow
    5.None of these

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      4444

    2. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      ddddd

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      44

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      ddddddd

    5. Suraj

      4.Only I, II and either III or IV follow

  22. Suraj

    She rarely was seen interested (1)/ in art and craft activities so (2)/ we could not believe that all the (3)/ models were created by her. (4)/ No error (5)

    1. Mumbai indians

      11111

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      aaaa

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      aaaaa

    4. Suraj

      1) The error lies in part 1 of the sentence as the adverb ‘rarely’ has been placed incorrectly as it should follow the auxiliary verb (was). The sentence should read as :’She was rarely seen interested …’ Thus option 1 is the correct answer.

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        she singular sub…….. was???

    5. Pradeep Narayan

      4444

  23. Suraj

    We love South so (1)/ we decided to go for (2)/ a flat in Texas and (3)/ sell our old house.(4)/ No error (5)

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      44444

        1. Pradeep Narayan

          bro…centence achhe c nhi pada tha becz i am hvng food togather with quizzz

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      22

    3. Mumbai indians

      44444

    4. Suraj

      1) The error lies in part 1 of the sentence where the article ‘the’ is required before the word ‘South’ to make the sentence grammatically correct. The article ‘The’ is used with compass directions when referring to them as special geographic or cultural regions.

  24. Suraj

    Statements:
    All water are juice. All juices are liquids.No liquids is a milk.No milk is a curd.
    Conclusions:
    I.All water are liquids.
    II.At least some juices are curd.
    III.No liquid is a curd.
    IV.No Juice is a milk.

    1.All follow
    2.Only I,II and IV follow
    3.Only I and IV follow
    4.None follows
    5.None of these

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      333

    2. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      cccc

    3. kumkum ahuja

      3333333

      1. Mumbai indians

        3RD Part kab release ho raha tumara

    4. Destiny : ultimate

      333

    5. Suraj

      3.Only I and IV follow

  25. Suraj

    They have (A)/ purchased many (B)/ items of furnitures (C)/ for their new (D)/ bungalow. No error/ (E)

    1. COLD BLOOD

      furniture

      1. Divaker

        uska 20% kaise aaya bta do

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      cccc

    3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      furniture

    4. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      cccccc

    5. Pradeep Narayan

      eeeeee

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        sory furniture

      1. BILTU

        ge … pranam ji …

        1. Divaker

          namskaar 20% kaise aaya

          1. kumkum ahuja

            2/10*100=20%

          2. Divaker

            axcha ji tumhe sab aata hai mujhe nhi pta tha ye

          3. kumkum ahuja

            kuch ata h kuch sikh rhi hu

          4. Divaker

            mujhe bhi sikha do jo aata hai remaining i will learn like you

          5. Divaker

            3 rs 5 wala question

          6. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            cross multiply kro 2 is the difference 2/10*100 = 20%

    6. Suraj

      C : of furniture

  26. Suraj

    I carried just a shawl (1)/ with me but was surprised (2)/ to see that it was quite cold (3)/ in that time of the year.(4)/ No error (5)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      at that

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      444

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      ????

      1. Myra

        time vacchinappudu at use chestam

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      4444444 at

  27. Suraj

    Harder (A)/ you work (B)/, the better (C) division you (D)/ get. No error/ (E)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      the harder

    2. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      the qaaa

    3. Mumbai indians

      the…..1

    4. Destiny : ultimate

      aaaa

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        the +superlative

        1. Destiny : ultimate

          yes :))

    5. Pradeep Narayan

      cccccc

    6. Suraj

      A : Add “The” before harder.

  28. Suraj

    13, ?, 30, 93, 376, 1885
    A) 17
    B) 14
    C) 13
    D) 11
    E) 12

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bbb

      1. Eng M AwesomE

        PM free wala diya h?

        1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

          hmmm

          1. Eng M AwesomE

            niacl wala?

          2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            shayd dekhti hun

          3. Eng M AwesomE

            dekh k baata

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      bbb

    3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      *1+1
      *2+2
      *3+3

    4. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      bbbb

    5. Sanguine

      ×1+1,×2×2,,,,

    6. Suraj

      b) 14

      13 * 1 + 1 = 14
      14 * 2 + 2 = 30
      30 * 3 + 3 = 93
      93 * 4 + 4 = 376

    7. Pradeep Narayan

      bbbb

  29. Suraj

    2340, 1172, 590, 301, ?
    A.201.50
    B.160.6
    C.158.5
    D.124.05
    E.None of these

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      cccc

    2. Suraj

      C.158.5
      Explanation :
      2340÷2 = 1170+2 = 1172
      1172÷2 = 586+4 = 590
      590÷2 =295+6 =301
      301÷2 = 150.5+8 = 158.5

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      ccc

  30. Suraj

    We invited _________ friends to our new house for the party that was thrown by my brother.

    few
    litttle
    a few
    much

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      a few

      1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

        nhi diyaa

          1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            mera nhi hai niacl

          2. Eng M AwesomE

            sbi samajh k de deti

          3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            hahaha de dungi kal fir btati hun marks 🙂

          4. Eng M AwesomE

            hmm

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      ccc/

    3. Mumbai indians

      11111

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      33333

    5. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      A few

    6. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      cccc

  31. Suraj

    I was surprised to hear that the doctor’s consulting fee was only Rs.150 _______ hour.

    by
    per
    for
    in
    of

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      per

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      22

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      2222

    4. Mumbai indians

      222222

    5. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      Per

  32. Suraj

    I got to know from your mother that _______________ the piano for seven years.

    you have practised
    you practise
    you have been practising
    you had practised
    you practised

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ccc

    2. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      Ccc

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      cc,

    4. Garima

      you have been practising

    5. Pradeep Narayan

      44444

    6. Suraj

      c) you have been practising

  33. COLD BLOOD

    SUICIDE SQUAD

    1. Eng M AwesomE

      achha movie h

  34. Suraj

    Everyone of the family has tried to help him but he is hooked ______ gambling since he was eighteen.

    for
    over
    in
    on
    into

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      into?

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      eee

    3. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      In

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      33333

    5. Suraj

      on

      The correct preposition to be used here is ‘on’ to convey the correct meaning of ‘sticking to’ as the person is not able to leave gambling.

  35. Suraj

    The teacher was extremely dissatisfied and announced sadly that very few students have ________ knowledge of history of Indian literature.

    some
    any
    few
    many
    so

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      aaa

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      22

    3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      any

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      1111111

    5. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      Some

      1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

        see there after the quiz ok

        1. kumkum ahuja

          okay dearuuuuuuuuuu:)

    6. Suraj

      some

      The correct determiner here would be ‘some’ to denote the correct amount of knowledge. Since it is written that the teacher was extremely dissatisfied so ‘much’ is incorrect and so is ‘any’.

  36. Suraj

    I feel miserably for him (1)/ every time I see him walking down (2)/ the streets begging for food and (3)/ at times crying for his mother.(4)/ No error (5)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      miserable

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      aa

    3. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      Ddd

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      11111

      1. Divaker

        Garima You are already working with a bank hai na ????

        1. Garima

          Nope, just aspirant
          I think u understood me someone else

          1. Garima

            No need for sorry :))

          2. Divaker

            ok than i reverse my word keep smile dost

          3. Garima

            I always :))
            U too keep :)) friend

          4. Divaker

            sukriya ji reasoing quiz ke liye BE pe aao if you want to attend

    5. Suraj

      1) miserably=>miserable

  37. Pradeep Narayan

    sir site is hanging…options b glt post ho rhe h…;((((

    1. Suraj

      using directly from site or disqus link?

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bhiyaaa aap boht logo ke la aye na

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        heheheheeheheheheheh……………………sahiiii….h….lolzzz

  38. Suraj

    Please use the disqus link,, see featured comment.. my disqus link is working fine

    1. COLD BLOOD

      AAAA 🙂

  39. Suraj

    The kidnappers knew very well (1)/ that the mother would be in (2)/ the cottage the whole day and (3)/ the kid would be alone in the bungalow. (4)/ No error (5)

    1. Destiny : ultimate

      3333

    2. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

      Ccc

    3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      remove the in cc

      1. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

        Paka copy kr l

      2. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

        Whole ke phele vala remove karenge ??

    4. Eng M AwesomE

      the cottage the

    5. Mera bhi din ayega :)))

      Cc

    6. Pradeep Narayan

      3333

    7. Garima

      for the whole?

    8. Suraj

      2) in=>at

      The error lies in part 2 of the sentence where the preposition ‘in’ needs to be replaced with ‘at’ to make the sentence grammatically correct. This is because ‘at’ is used to show a place in particular or position.

  40. Suraj

    The age of P is two years more than thrice the age of Q. 2 years back, the ratio of ages of Q and R was 1 : 2. R will be 12 years old after 2 years. What will be the age of P after 3 years?
    22 years
    23 years
    24 years
    32 years
    28 years

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      2222

      1. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

        O_0

          1. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            Hw r u dikte nhi aj kal kerela ko vadiyo me kho rhe ho kya

          2. ####

            ji finu & U :)…kerala me jaane wale hi aa gye too hm kya krenge….itni grmi me jakar….

          3. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            :p SAME AND KAL PARSO DIKHE NHI KAHI BUSY ??

          4. ####

            hmm exam h so self study …ok ji …atb for your exam …good night

          5. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            Ji gnt 🙂 atb 🙂

          6. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            AND HWZ PREP

        1. Pradeep Narayan

          hiiiiiiii

          1. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            Hibsir

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bbb

      1. killer

        name change kro mrs sharma

        1. ####

          if u hv mega problm, thn me not see agn there

          1. killer

            i hv no problem hp

          2. killer

            jo name ab jud nhi skta u k name k sth to ku likha just correct it HP.

          3. killer

            jo name ab kbhi jud nhi skta to ku likha hua h . just correct it HP

    3. Suraj

      b) 23 years

      R will be 12 years old after 2 years. So, R is 10 years old now.
      Let ages of P and Q be M years and N years, respectively.
      2 years back, the ratio of ages of Q and R was 1 :2.
      ⇒ (N – 2)/(10 – 2) = ½
      ⇒ 2N – 4 = 8
      ⇒ N = 12/2 = 6

      The age of P is two years more than thrice the age of Q.
      ⇒ M = 2 + 3N = 2 + 18 = 20
      ∴ P’s age is 20 years. After 3 years, P will be 23 years old.

    4. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

      Twenty three onlu

  41. Suraj

    The two first chapters of this book (1)/ will motivate the people to remove (2)/ caste differences and establish (3)/ a healthy environment in the village.(4)/ No error. (5)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      first two

    2. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

      Aaa

      1. kumkum ahuja

        ku btao :p

        1. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

          Copy kiya :p

          1. kumkum ahuja

            tukka ;::p

          2. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            :p SAME

          3. kumkum ahuja

            kidding:)

          4. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            :):)

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      1111

    4. Destiny : ultimate

      111

    5. Suraj

      1) first two chapters

  42. Suraj

    To lose weight (1)/ all the fried foods (2)/ should be (3)/ cut up (4)/ No Error (5)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      loose

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        ryt……:)))))

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      cut down ??

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      dddd

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      4444444 off

    5. Destiny : ultimate

      44

    6. Suraj

      4) cut up=> cut off

      The error is in option 4 as the right phrasal verb needed here is ‘cut off’. ‘Cut up’ means to cut into pieces’ but in the given sentence the phrasal verb should be ‘cut off’ meaning to avoid .

  43. Suraj

    His poetries are inspired by (1)/ the hard work and turmoil faced by poor people (2)/ and the courage of people to (3)/ stick to the truth against all odds of life.(4)/ No error. (5)

    1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      poetry is

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      aa

    3. Nazriya @ SBI PO

      dddd

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      111111

    5. wont rest until i get success

      INSPIRED FROM

      1. wont rest until i get success

        One other person is typing…?????

    6. Suraj

      1) ‘Poetries’ is a wrong term which cannot be used. The plural form of ‘poetry’ It needs to be replaced with ‘poetry’ or ‘pieces of poetry’. Thus option 1 is the correct answer.

    7. COLD BLOOD

      SCENERY POETRY

  44. Suraj

    Pedestrians (1)/ should not (2)/ walk (3)/ in the grass. (4)/ No error.(5)

    1. wont rest until i get success

      ON THE GRASS

    2. Pradeep Narayan

      444444

    3. Mumbai indians

      4444444

    4. Suraj

      4) in=>on

      Also only snakes slither ‘in the grass’ but we walk ‘on the grass’.

  45. Suraj

    He (1)/ smote (2)/ the lion (3)/ within all his might.(4)/ No error.(5)

    1. Pradeep Narayan

      ddddd

    2. wont rest until i get success

      WITHIN>>WITH

    3. Suraj

      4) within=>with

  46. Suraj

    The government,(1)/ was worked (2)/ towards creating a (3)/ conducive atmosphere (4)/ No Error (5)

    1. wont rest until i get success

      WORKING

    2. Pradeep Narayan

      22222

    3. Destiny : ultimate

      222

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        that ryt…..no error in that part…

    4. wont rest until i get success

      HAS WORKED?

    5. Suraj

      2)
      corrections possible
      [1]The government was working towards.
      [2] The government worked towards.
      [3] The government had worked towards.

  47. Suraj

    Neither the manager (1)/ nor the other employees (2)/ was cooperating in the (3)/ bank yesterday.(4)/ No error (5)

    1. wont rest until i get success

      WERE

    2. Destiny : ultimate

      333

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      33333 were

    4. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      were

      1. Pradeep Narayan

        sisterjiii….beech beech mn kha gayb ho jti h…..:)))lolz….

        1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

          call aa gya tha kisi ka :))

          1. Pradeep Narayan

            heheheheh………………..phone the disturbing elementt…..

          2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            :))

    5. Suraj

      3)
      In this sentence ‘nor’ is used and according to the rule when nor or or is used the subject closer to the verb determines the number of the verb. So ‘employees’ is a plural subject so the verb which should agree with this subject is ‘were’. So option 3 is the correct answer.

  48. Suraj

    Demonetization is very certain (1)/ to bear up the use of (2)/ illicit money circulating (3)/in the economy (4)/ No error (5)

    1. Destiny : ultimate

      2222

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      bbb

    3. wont rest until i get success

      BEAR THE

    4. Pradeep Narayan

      22222

    5. Suraj

      2) ‘Bear up’ => ‘bear down’

      ‘Bear up’ is a phrasal verb which means to have courage which is inappropriate in context of the given sentence. Here the suitable phrasal verb should be ‘bear down’ which means ‘to overcome or to move toward someone or something in a threatening way’. As the illicit money is circulating in the economy, demonetization So option 2 is the correct answer.

      1. diaries

        sir next time please post question related phrasal verb ….

  49. Suraj

    Both of you divide(1) the donut(2)/ among (3)/yourselves without fighting. (4)/ No Error (5)

    1. Destiny : ultimate

      333

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      between

    3. Mumbai indians

      betwn

    4. Garima

      among-between

    5. wont rest until i get success

      BETWEEN

    6. Pradeep Narayan

      333333 between

  50. Suraj

    I really liked the paintings (1)/ on walls of the palace and (2)/ was amazed to think how (3)/ efficient the handicapped people were, of that town.(4)/ No error (5)

    1. Destiny : ultimate

      4444

    2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ne

    3. Pradeep Narayan

      444444

    4. wont rest until i get success

      EFFICIENTLY

      1. wont rest until i get success

        WRONG

    5. Suraj

      2) on the walls

      The error is in part 2 of the sentence where the article ‘the’ is missing after the preposition ‘on’ as specific walls are being talked about. Thus option 2 is the correct answer.

  51. Suraj

    Thats it for today,, Good Night Keep Learning!!!!!

    1. Myra

      Thanku sir, Gn 🙂

    2. wont rest until i get success

      THANK YOU SIR:)

    3. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

      ty sir ..gn 🙂

        1. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

          yaa

        2. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

          POST OFFICE RAAT KO NHI KHULTA SAYAD MALIK

          1. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            :)) /

          2. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            kon se chahiye the ???

          3. ravi

            sbi pre 2016

          4. sMILE :)

            ambi mujhe bhi send karo..

          5. (¯·.¸¸.-> °º åɱβȋ º° <-.¸¸.·¯)

            yhi post kar rhi hun dear

          6. sMILE :)

            ok karo ..

          7. LAUGHYNG TYM ITS NITROUS OXIDE

            O-O