New Pattern English Questions Odd Words for SBI PO. Odd Words for upcoming bank exams like IBPS PO, Clerk, NIACL Assistant , SBI PO, IPPB. Important Questions SBI PO, IBPS PO, Bank PO and Insurance exams.
Direction : In each question below there are four or five statements. Each statement has pairs of words/phrases that are highlighted. From the highlighted word(s)/phrase(s), select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences. Then choose the best option.
- (i) He took refuse (A)/ refuge (B) in an Arabic state
(ii) They warned him not to temper (A)/ tamper (B) with the EVM machines.
(iii) Social (A)/ sociable (B) people do not like living alone.
(iv) The stationary (A)/ stationery (B) was laid out on the table
- (i) His feelings were easily hurt as he was a sensitive (A)/ sensible (B) man
(ii) God’s laws are highly spirituous (A)/ spiritual (B)
(iii) The statue (A)/ statute (B) of the lord is simple
(iv) The house we saw is still empty (A)/ vacant (B)
(v) He was ordered to give a verizon (A)/ verbal (B) speech on education
- (i) It is womanly (A)/ woman (B) on a man’s part to shed tears
(ii) He worked all one’s (A)/ his (B) life to get his daughters married
(iii) Mahatma Gandhi tried his best for Hindu Muslim Union (A)/ unity (B)
(iv) The lord abides (A)/ abounds (B) in each one of us
- (i) We shall ensure (A)/ Insure (B) that you get selected
(ii) The cook tried to prize (A)/ prise (B) open the container
(iii) The teacher asked the students to commit (A)/ commute (B) the lesson to memory
(iv) Grapes are grown in vineyards (A)/ wine yards(B)
- (i). Anybody who tress passes on this premises (A)/ premise (B) will be prosecuted
(ii) The prime minister along with his minister is (A)/ are (B) coming to attend the event
(iii) His wife who continuously quarrelled with him was the boon (A) /bane (B) on his life
(iv) His neighbour was filled with jealousy (A)/ zealous (B).
(v) He had to roam (A)/ room (B) about the town for several house before h found a suitable peace.
- (i) There was a fierce dual (A)/ duel (B) between the brothers.
(ii) “Don’t jump to conclusions” (A)/ Allusions (B) he advised his juniors
(iii) The police officers will alloy (A) allay (B) your fears.
(iv) The custom officials frisked (A)/ fleshed (B) the passengers
(v) He has been working (A) / work (B) for 6 hours
- (i) He mediates (A)/ meditates (B) in the action to be taken
(ii) A drowning man will catch (A)/ cling (B) on to a straw.
(iii) Search (A)/ examine (B) the thief for the jewellery.
(iv) The man died of a strike (A)/ stroke (B)
(v) Her absence rued (A)/ ruined (B) his day
- (i) The side hero was simply a substitute (A)/ substance (B) for the main hers.
(ii) A breed (A)/ brood (B) of pigeons were placed in a pen.
(iii) A gaggle (A)/ giggle (B) of geese waddled along the banks of the rivers.
(iv) I have no opinion (A)/ option (B) but to resign.
(v) The government has decided to wave (A)/ waive (B) bad loans
- (i) He stepped on (A)/ into (B) the hall from the bedroom
(ii) The guests dined (A)/ dinner (B) on pies & wine
(iii) The Gupta’s live adjunct (A)/ adjacent (B) to the kumar’s
(iv) There were three different causes (A)/ clauses (B) in the contract
(v) The basis on which his arguments are based is sheer conjecture (A)/ conjunction (B)
- (i) The convict did not revel (A)/ reveal (B) his plans to escape from prison.
(ii) The orator had a bass (A)/ base (B) voice
(iii) Full of happiness his face looked beatific (A)/ beauty (B)
(iv). From the passage we can infer (A)/ inform (B) that the author dislike corruption.
(v) Columbus voiced his dissent (A)/ descent (B) on the contentions issue.