Mixed English Questions Set 83 (Based on SBI PO Mains 2017)

This set contains english questions based on questions asked in SBI PO 2017 Mains Exam. Questions based on Sentence fillers with multiple correct answers possible and Single sentence Formation from given 4 sentences.

Direction (1-5): In each question a sentence is given followed by a blank. Each blank is followed by three options and you have determine which option can be used in place of blank to give a meaningful sentence and mark it as your answer.

  1. The 268th report of the Law Commission has recommended that the government amend the bail provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code _________________ .
    (i) to facilitate the early release of undertrials.
    (ii) to make bail illegal in case of heinous crime.
    (iii) to restrict the usage of guns in crime.
    A) Only (i)
    B) Only (ii)
    C) Only (iii)
    D) Both (i) and (ii)
    E) Both (ii) and (iii)
    View Answer
    Option D
    Explanation
    : No one can restrict usage of something in crime by amending a law.
  2. The Centre’s thrust to invest in blue-green infrastructure in urban areas _________________________
    (i) is a cause of worry for people living in rural areas.
    (ii) will enable people to step closer to the nature.
    (iii) will improve the quality of life for urban dwellers.
    A) Both (i) and (iii)
    B) Both (ii) and (iii)
    C) Both (i) and (ii)
    D) Only (ii)
    E) Only (i)
    View Answer
    Option B
    Explanation
    : any natural development in urban area will not cause worry in rural area.
  3. The first three cases of Zika virus that have been reported in the country, ____________
    (i) is a cause of concern because the virus has a propensity to be transmitted through various forms within no time.
    (ii) must be a wake-up call for the Health Ministry
    (iii) the Government must now keep the World Health Organisation updated.
    A) Both (i) and (iii)
    B) Both (ii) and (iii)
    C) Both (i) and (ii)
    D) Only (ii)
    E) None of the above
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    Option C
  4. Innovation and infusion of technological change have historically been _________________
    (i) attempted adequately, possibly because the task would be much more complex
    (ii) expansion of banking facilities and availability of finance.
    (iii) major drivers of development and increase in human welfare.
    A) Only (i)
    B) Both (i) and (ii)
    C) Both (ii) and (iii)
    D) Only (iii)
    E) None of the above
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    Option D
  5. A recent report released by the World Bank, which shows a reverse trend of women’s participation in the job market, raises serious concerns and must compel our policy-makers to reflect upon ______________________________________
    (i) a better place for woman by examining the report carefully.
    (ii) what prevents India from achieving the heights many economic studies project.
    (iii) how the situation of a woman can be improved as in other developed country.
    A) Both (i) and (ii)
    B) Both (i) and (iii)
    C) Both (ii) and (iii)
    D) All (i), (ii) and (iii)
    E) None of the above
    View Answer
    Option C
    Explanation
    : reflect upon means to think about; (i) gives an incomplete meaning.

Direction (6-10): In each question below four statements are given. These four statements are connected in the four options given below in each question. You have to determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the statements and mark it as your answer.

  1. He earned the hatred of all good men; he incited youths to crime; he furnished them with means; he himself kept safely out of the way in time of danger.
    A) As he kept himself safely out of the way the youths were incited for crime and furnished with mean as a result he earned hatred by good men.
    B) Furnishing the youth with means and inciting them to crime he earned the hatred of all good men and as a result he kept safely out of the way in time of danger.
    C) He earned the hatred of all good men by inciting youths to crime, furnishing them with means and keeping himself safely out of the way in time of danger.
    D) He has kept humself safely out of the danger by inciting youths to crime and means and earning the hatred of all good men
    E) None of the above
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    Option C
  2. The credit for the introduction of Electronic Voting Machines should go to Election Commission; Election Commission conducts election in the country; The country has about 850 million registered voters; Election Commission successfully manages this important task.
    A) The credit for introducing Electronic Voting Machine in a country that has a population of 850 million voters should be given to Election Commission.
    B) Election Commission has been conducting election in this country of 850 million voters since ages and hence the credit for introduction of Electronic Voting Machine should go to Election Commission.
    C) In the country of 850 million registered voters the monumental task of conducting election is undertaken by Election Commission that has introduced the Electronic Voting Machines.
    D) The credit for the introduction of Electronic Voting Machines should go to Election Commission which successfully manages the monumental task of conducting elections in a country with about 850 million registered voters.
    E) None of the above
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    Option D
  3. The second class carriage is full; we must pay first class fare; we may not travel first class with second class tickets; That is forbidden.
    A) We cannot travel in first class by paying for second class as the second class is full and this is forbidden
    B) Travelling in first class by paying for second class carriage is forbidden so we must pay for the first class.
    C) The second class carriage being full, we must pay first class fare for we are forbidden to travel first class with second class tickets.
    D) As the second class carriage is full we must either wait for the next train or pay the fare of first calss as traveliign in first class with second class fare is forbidden
    E) None of the above
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    Option C
     
  4. Generally your conduct is good; you have been guilty of an act of folly; you will not be punished ; I advise you to be more prudent in future.
    A) Generally your conduct is good and therefore you will not be punished for having been guilty of an act of folly, but I advise you to be more prudent in future.
    B) You will not be punished for your act of folly has I have advised them of your good conduct, but you should be more prudent in future.
    C) You should be prudent in future as your act of folly has been pardoned this time because of good conduct but in future it may not happen so.
    D) Because of your good conduct you have been pardoned for your act of folly, but I advise you to be prudent in future.
    E) None of the above
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    Option A
  5. He has not learned to read and write; he was very ignorant; he could not even talk fluently; such a man should not pretend to be a doctor.
    A) A man should not pretend to be a doctor when he cannot read and write or cannot talk fluently.
    B) As he has not learned to read and write being ignorant and even cannot talk fluently he does not pretends to be a doctor.
    C) He should not pretend to be a doctor as he has not learned to read and write and could not even talk fluently.
    D) Being ignorant he has not learned to read and write and also is unable to talk fluently so he is not a doctor.
    E) None of the above
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    Option E
    Explanation
    : None of the sentence gives the complete and exact meaning of the four sentences.

 

 

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18 Thoughts to “Mixed English Questions Set 83 (Based on SBI PO Mains 2017)”

  1. Taru

    thanks for theses questions

  2. Sachin Shukla

    ty))

    1. Suraj

      how was ur exam? and attempts?

      1. Sachin Shukla

        not good sir very tough
        only 87 (((:
        Hilaa diya sbi ne

        1. Suraj

          87 to good hai exam ke hisab se

          1. Sachin Shukla

            dekho sir kya hota h maths thiik nahi hua kuchh smjh nai aa rha tha bss idhar udhar kr diya hu…((

          2. Suraj

            ok,, Hope for the best :))

          3. Sachin Shukla

            thankuu sir))

  3. Nazriya Nazim @ IBPS

    in sbi mains
    RC =20
    errors =?
    fillers =?

      1. Nazriya Nazim @ IBPS

        ty mam

  4. Sudipta Basak

    Sir/mam
    I can not understand question 6-10
    Plz explain properly??

    1. Suraj

      see incited to crime means to persuade for crime; and furnished them with means- means he provided the youths with all the support like financial and with equipment for carrying out this crime… now see if its clear

  5. Bal Hanuman

    Thanks sir

  6. Inaayat

    7/10 ty 🙂

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