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Practice set 5 of the ENGLISH SERIES(Error detection, phrase replacement, fillers, Para jumbles) (with detailed solution) for SBI IBPS CLERK MAINS

Practice set 5 of the ENGLISH SERIES(Error detection, phrase replacement, fillers, Para jumbles) (with detailed solution)  for SBI IBPS CLERK MAINS  

 

💯Click here for the compilation of 20 frequently asked GRAMMAR RULES in bank (IBPS, SBI) exams  

🔘As we know how important English language section plays when it comes to SBI IBPS CLERK/PO exam.
Tackling English section with wits can give you an edge over other students. And English is all about practice, so to make your job easier,we have come up with a series of ” TOPICWISE PRACTICE SETS” comprising ‘200 QUESTIONS ‘. In this “PRACTICE SET 5 ” we have provided 10 practice questions from ‘SENTENCE IMPROVEMENT AND PARA JUMBLES (new pattern)’ with detailed solution. 

💯Click here to attempt practice set 1 questions(with detailed solution)

💯Click here to attempt practice set 2 questions(with detailed solution)


💯Click here to attempt practice set 3


💯Click here to attempt practice set 4

💯Click here to practise PARA JUMBLES (with detailed solution and handy tips) 

💠Direction : In the following questions two columns 1 and 2 are given. Each column consists of three sentences. Column 1 (A ,B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column 2 (D ,Eand F) consists of second half of each sentence.Match column 1 with column 2 so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct.

1)
Column 1

A. Street theatre is one of the most intimate media. 
B. The electricity bill had to be paid immediately
C. He could possibly have done more 

Column 2

D. if he were today  in the  flesh preaching his view.  
 E. Since I had no money with me, I decided to borrow from my friend.
F. its appeal is to the emotions leading to quick psychological impact on audiences.  

a) B-F and C-E
b) A-F ,B-E ,C-D
c) A-F and C-D
d) A-E and C-F
e) B-D

2)
Column 1


A. Mr Rohit said the union had issued advisories
B. The Indian embassy in Sri Lanka has
C. Almost every step mentioned in the notes seems


Column 2


D. to be have been religiously followed by the family 
E. but not backed it up with action
F. reached out to hundreds of Rameshwaram  pilgrims

a) B-F and C-E
b) A-E ,B-F ,C-D
c) A-F and C-D
d) A-E and C-F
e) B-D

💠Direction Choose the correct alternatives for the following questions and in case no changes are required, select ‘No correction is required’ as the correct option.


💯Click here to attempt RC/PASSAGE (with detailed solution and handy tips) 

💯Click here to practise CLOZE TESTS (with detailed solution

 

3) While I played the chess with my friend, my wife was preparing dinner.


A) I had played
B)  I  play
C) I would play
D) I was playing
E) No correction is required

4) This is unique form of honour killing related to the militant culture of ethnic Rajputs who despite the forces of modernization and the pressures of decolonization, subscribe to the medieval views

A) Who inspite the forces of modernization
B) Who inspite the force of modernization
C) Who despite the forces of modernization
D) Who inspite of the force of modernization
E) No correction is required

5) If you put your hands in fire ,you would get burns. 

A) will get
B) would be gotten
C) would have gotten
D) get
E) No correction is required

6) Mr. Saransh was supposed to put up half the money in the deal ,but he backed upon.

A) Backed down
B) Backed along
C) Backed across
D) Backed out
E) No correction is required

7) Let’s go to the party with Sheetal,  isn’t it ?


A) do we
B) will you
C) will we
D) do you
E) No correction is required

8) Boys are encouraged being tough and outgoing,  girls are encouraged to be homebound and shy.

 

A) be tough
B) be tougher
C) to be tough
D) to be toughed
E) No correction is required

9) I would always help someone, If they really need it. 

a) have needed
b) had needed
c) needed
d) would need
e) No correction is required

10) Sohan’s brother is a fortunate person whose all efforts succeed .

A) Whose all efforts succeeded
B) Whose all efforts have succeeded
C) Whose all effort succeed
D) all whose efforts succeed
E) No correction is required

SOLUTION 

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1) b
We have to join two sentences from the two columns in a way that they form a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence.The sentence A of the column 1 talks about street theatre and the sentence F of the column 2 talks abouts its emotional appeal ,hence they make logical pair and make a meaningful sentence after combining. 
Similarly, the sentence B of the column 1 can be related to the sentence E of the column 2 as sentence B talks about the urgency of bill payment and sentence E shows that she had no money so she had to borrow to pay the bill,thus making a logical combination.
In the same way sentence C of column 1 makes sense after combining with the sentence D of the column 2.
Hence the correct pairs will be 
A-F ,B-E and C-D. 

 

2) b
We have to join two sentences from the two columns in a way that they form a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence.The sentence B of the column 1 talks about Indian embassy in Sri Lanka ,we can related this sentence with sentence F of the column 2,it says what the Indian embassy in Sri Lanka did for Rameshwaram pilgrims.
Similarly sentence D of the column 2  is  together with sentence C of the column 1 makes sense.Then we can relate sentence A of the column 1 to the sentence E of the column 2.
Hence the correct pairs will be 
A-E ,B-F and C-D.

3) D
This is the case of parallelism


Check out the rule no. 2 ⬇️
💯https://www.englishkendra.com/2019/11/frequently-asked-grammar-rules-in-bank-exams.html

4) E,No correction is required 

5) D
This is a zero conditional sentence.
Check out the rule no. 1⬇️
💯https://www.englishkendra.com/2019/12/conditional-sentences-for-ssc-bank.html


6) D
Back out – to withdraw support


7) C

◼️RULE – If the sentence starts with ‘let us’ ,the question tag used is as follows 

Statement with       subject of tag
Let

Let us                         shall we           
Let him/her               will you
Let them                    will you

Examples – 
Let her play,will you?✔️
Let them go ,will you?✔️

8) C
To be tough


9) C
Check out the rule no. 5⬇️
💯https://www.englishkendra.com/2019/12/conditional-sentences-for-ssc-bank.html

10) D

⚫RULE – Possessive case comes after ‘All’ and ‘Both’ and not before them. 

So right usage is – All my friends got selected in the exam. ✔️

Let’s see another examples

My all efforts ended in smoke. ❌
All my efforts ended in smoke. ✔️ 

 My both friends are smart.❌ 

Both my friends are smart. ✔️

 

💯Click here for the compilation of important grammar rules associated with ADJECTIVE 



💯Click here for the English translation of the song (Tujhe kitna chahne lage hum)( Movie – Kabir Singh) 

(Motive of this translation –  letting English flow in your veins and make preparation of English interesting and easier.) 


💯Click here to attempt practice set 1 questions(with detailed solution)

💯Click here to attempt practice set 2 questions(with detailed solution)


💯Click here to attempt practice set 3


💯Click here to attempt practice set 4

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Have a great time ahead!! 

 

Error detection, Sentence improvement, jumbled sentences /Para jumbles for IBPS CLERK MAINS, IBPS PO

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