Mixed English Questions Set 43 (New Pattern)

This set contains important New Pattern English Questions and Answers for SBI PO 2017, IBPS PO, Clerk , NIACL Assistant and other upcoming exams. New Pattern English Odd Sentence and Fill in the blanks. Please read the instructions very carefully.

Direction (1-5): Five statements are given below, labelled A, B, C, D and E. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit with the other statements in the passage.

  1. A) It is widely accepted that digital markets are subject to disruptive innovation
    B) The digital market space is vast, open to potentially innovative and disruptive platforms.
    C) Persistence of scepticism on the anti-competitive effects of networks is not surprising.
    D) Yet, in this limitless market space, allegations of market abuse are being filed with competition authorities, including the Competition Commission of India.
    E) and that this limits the ability of large firms to exercise market power if they fail to innovate.
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    Option C
    Explanation
    : The correct sequence is: BDAE
  2. A) the national health service model, the social health insurance model (also known as the Bismarck model) and the private insurance or consumer sovereignty model.
    B) The problem, though, is not just the amount of money allocated for healthcare, but also the state’s capacity to absorb and utilize these funds.
    C) In the first case, the state is the lead player and the healthcare system is financed through general taxation.
    D) The UK’s National Health Service is a good example, wherein hospitals are owned by the state and services are free at the point of delivery.
    E) Depending on how this public-private balance is maintained, health systems around the world can be divided into three models
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    Option B
    Explanation
    : The correct sequence is: EACD. The passage is about the models of health system.
  3. A) If the car being driven is big and tough, the driver feels much safer compared to driving say, a small hatchback.
    B) Bleep has been shown to reduce drivers honking by 61% in a six-month and 3,800km-long experiment in Mumbai.
    C) Road safety is not just about creating infrastructure.
    D) When the roads are smooth, wide and empty, drivers are likely to speed.
    E) It is about designing behavioural solutions that take human biases and irrational behaviour into consideration.
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    Option
    Explanation
    : The correct sequence is: CED/A. The passage says that road safety is not only about creating a good infrastructure, it is also about the behavior of human.
  4. A) Some policies may have a specific waiting period for claiming maternity benefits.
    B) Health insurance, as we understand it, involves paying an annual fee (premium) for financially insuring your health and well-being, and covering medical treatment in the time of need.
    C) But no matter which product you choose to buy, lack of complete information regarding its utilization, and ignoring the list of exclusions
    D) Unfortunately, such covers include and exclude a gamut of terms and conditions that vary from insurer to insurer, across policies as well as consumers.
    E) often leads to claim rejection—which can result in a huge financial shock.
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    Option A
    Explanation
    : The correct sequence is: BDCE
  5. A) In 2015 alone, it is estimated to have killed 1.8 million people, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
    B) and new drugs powerful enough to treat them are few and far between.
    C) Around one in 20 are classed as multidrug-resistant (MDR) —they are resistant to two essential first-line TB drugs, isoniazid and rifampicin, or extensively drug-resistant.
    D) Rising rates of superbug tuberculosis (TB) are threatening to derail decades of progress against the contagious disease
    E) TB kills more people each year than any other infectious disease, including HIV and AIDS.
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    Option C
    Explanation
    : Correct sequence is: DBEA

Direction (6-10): In each question below two sentences are given, followed by four words. You have to tell which word can fill both the blank and form a meaningful sentence. If none of the word can fill both the blank simultaneously then mark E) as your answer.

  1. (i) Although he tried to put away his memories of the past, a _______ few resurfaced when he saw his sister.
    (ii) The court must determine the ______ of compensation due.
    A) normalcy
    B) quantum
    C) amount
    D) regular
    E) None of these
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    Option B
    Explanation
    : In (i): quantum- The smallest amount of something
    In (ii): quantum- a required or allowed amount, especially an amount of money legally payable in damages
  2. (i) So smooth is the ______that you can’t see the join.
    (ii) We learned how to weave and ______ ropes.
    A) wire
    B) regulate
    C) manage
    D) splice
    E) None of these
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    Option D
    Explanation
    : splice: join or connect (a rope or ropes) by interweaving the strands at the ends.
  3. (i) He raised his hand to _____ me.
    (ii) Workers went on _____ when the company disagreed to increase their salary.
    A) warn
    B) fighting
    C) strike
    D) job
    E) None of these
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    Option C
    Explanation
    : (i) strike- hit
  4. (i) The residents will see through any _______ attempt to buy their votes
    (ii) If you had _______ government procurement, corruption would go away.
    A) glassy
    B) opaque
    C) vague
    D) transparent
    E) None of these
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    Option D
    Explanation
    : (i) transparent- easy to perceive or detect
    (ii) transparent- open to public scrutiny
  5. (i) Sea salt is usually available in coarse or fine ______.
    (ii) I got good ______ last semester.
    A) grades
    B) quality
    C) purity
    D) marks
    E) None of these
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    Option A
    Explanation
    : (i) grades – a particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value.
    (ii) grades- marks

 

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  1. sachin shukla@Target sbi po

    thanks

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