Saturday, January 26, 2019

Daily Full Length English Language Practice Question for SBI, IBPS & RBI Exam

English Language Practice Question for SBI, IBPS & RBI Exam

English Language is one of the Important Part of Bank Exam, With Increasing Level of Grammatical Questions in Bank Exam, It is Important to Practice Daily Full Length English Language Practice Question for IBPS ,SBI, RBI Exam. These Days English Language in Bank Exam Contains Various Types of New Pattern Questions and Old Pattern Questions based on Grammar, Reading Comprehension, and Vocabulary.

Here at bank4success we are Providing you Daily Full Length English Language Practice Questions and Answers for SBI, IBPS & RBI Exam along with English Language questions for bank exams pdf, 

Choose the word or set of words for each blank in the following questions that best fits the meaning of the sentence.

1. The police received a(n) ..... call giving them valuable information, but the caller would not give his name out of fear of .....

(1) private, impunity 
(2) anonymous, reprisal
(3) professional, dissension 
(4) enigmatic, refusal
(5) adamant, transgression

2. The ..... was a ..... of gastronomic delights.
(1) internist, progeny 
(2) gourmet, connoisseur 
(3) scientist, facilitator 
(4) xenophobe, promoter
(5) tyro, master

3. The ..... attitudes politicians have today cause them to ..... at the slightest hint of controversy.
(1) dauntless, recoil 
(2) craven, cower 
(3) pusillanimous, prevail 
(4) undaunted, quail
(5) fractions, grovel

4. The bully’s menacing ..... manner was actually just for show in reality it was entirely ..... 
(1) imperturbable, rapid 
(2) truculent, affected
(3) stringent, credulous 
(4) supercilious, blatant
(5) parsimonious, contentious

5. During a campaign, politicians often engage in ..... debate, attacking each other’s proposals in a torrent of ..... words.
(1) acerbic, amiable 
(2) acrimonious, angry 
(3) intensive, nebulous 
(4) garrulous, inarticulate
(5) impassioned, vapid

Select the lettered answer that contains the best version of the underlined section.

6. The rising cost of government bureaucracy have made it all but impossible to reign in the budget deficit.
(1) The rising cost 
(2) Since the rising costs
(3) Because of the rising costs 
(4) The rising costs
(5) Due to the rising costs

7. In a co-publication agreement ownership of both the material and its means of distribution are equally shared by the parties.
(1) its means of distribution are equally shared by the parties.
(2) its means of distribution are shared equally by each of the parties.
(3) its means of distribution is equally shared by the parties.
(4) their means of distribution is equally shared by the parties.
(5) the means of distribution is equally shared by the parties.

8. The rise in negative attitudes toward foreigners indicate that the country is becoming less tolerant, and therefore that the opportunities are ripe for extremist groups to exploit the illegal immigration problem.
(1) indicate that the country is becoming less tolerant, and therefore that
(2) indicates that the country is becoming less tolerant, and therefore
(3) indicates that the country is becoming less tolerant, and therefore that
(4) indicates that the country is becoming less tolerant, and therefore
(5) indicates that the country becoming less tolerant, and therefore

9. The harvest of grapes in the local valleys decreased in 1990 for the third straight year but were still at a robust level.
(1) The harvest of grapes in the local valleys decreased in 1990 for the third straight year but were
(2) The harvest of grapes in the local valleys began to decrease in 1990 for the third straight year but were
(3) In 1990, the harvest of grapes in the local valleys decreased for the third straight year but were
(4) The harvest of grapes in the local valleys decreased for the third straight year in 1990 but was
(5) The harvest of grapes in the local valleys decreased in the third straight year in 1990 but was

Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly similar in meaning to the word in capital letters.

11. TENUOUS
(1) vital 
(2) thin 
(3) careful 
(4) dangerous
(5) necessary

12. MESMERIZE
(1) remember 
(2) hypnotize 
(3) delay 
(4) bore
(5) analyze

13. INEBRIETY
(1) revelation 
(2) drunkenness 
(3) felony 
(4) starvation
(5) gluttony

14. AUXILIARY
(1) righteous 
(2) prospective 
(3) assistant 
(4) archaic
(5) mandatory

15. CONTRITE
(1) smart 
(2) penitent 
(3) restful 
(4) recognized
(5) perspiring

Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters

16. DILATORY
(1) narrowing 
(2) prompt 
(3) enlarging 
(4) portentous
(5) sour

17. PULCHRITUDE
(1) ugliness 
(2) notoriety 
(3) bestiality 
(4) masculinity
(5) servitude

18. RUBBLE
(1) artificial facade 
(2) unbroken stone 
(3) pale complexion 
(4) strong defense
(5) glib answer

19. VAUNTED
(1) unvanquished 
(2) fell 
(3) belittled 
(4) exacting
(5) believed

20. PERNICIOUS
(1) practical 
(2) comparative 
(3) harmless 
(4) tangible
(5) detailed

Select the lettered pair in the following analogy questions that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original capitalised pair.

21. HACKNEYED : ORIGINAL
(1) mature : juvenile 
(2) trite : morbid 
(3) withdrawn : reserved (4) evasive : elusive
(5) derivative : traditional

22. SURPRISE : EXCLAMATION
(1) insolence : bow 
(2) dismay : groan 
(3) happiness : grimace 
(4) deference : nod
(5) contentment : mutter

23. HORSE : CORRAL
(1) oyster : reef 
(2) dog : muzzle 
(3) sheep : flock 
(4) pig : sty
(5) deer : stag

24. APOCRYPHAL : AUTHENTICITY
(1) nefarious : wickedness 
(2) dogmatic : assertiveness
(3) hypocritical : integrity 
(4) perspicacious : discernment
(5) deceptive : artifice

25. BOLT : FABRIC
(1) lock : key 
(2) book : paper 
(3) roll : film 
(4) needle : thread
(5) light : lamp

Answer Key :- 

1.(2) 2.(2) 3.(2) 4.(2) 5.(2) 6.(3) 7.(3) 8.(2) 9.(4) 10.(1) 11.(2) 12.(2) 13.(2) 14.(3) 15.(2) 16.(2) 17.(1) 18.(2) 19.(3) 20.(3) 21.(1) 22.(2) 23.(4) 24.(3) 25.(3)


English Language Books & Study Materials PDF

Word Power Made Easy By Norman Lewis Full Summary Book  - Download

English Language Important Short Notes PDF Free Download  - Download

200 Important One Word Substitution PDF Free Download  - Download

100 Commonly used Vocabulary from The Hindu PDF - Download

200 Commonly Asked Antonyms Words PDF Download - Download

English Language and Grammar Books (Google Drive)

Quick Learning Objective General English RS Aggarwal  - Download

Perfect Competitive English V. K. Sinha - Download

Competitive General English Kiran Publication Download

Word Power Made Easy Norman Lewis - Download

Objective General English S. P. Bakshi - Download

A Plinth to Paramount Neetu Singh - Download

How to Join bank4success Telegram Group for Discussion 

Step - 1. Download Telegram App From Play store.

Step - 2. Login with Your Mobile Number.

Step - 3. Search @ibpsexamaspirants In the Search Box to Join Group.

Step - 4. You Can Directly Click Here to Join Group.

Step - 5 You can Discuss Your Doubts directly with Brajesh Sir.


Join bank4success Telegram Channel Now

0 comments:

Post a Comment