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🔘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 10 ” we have provided 10 practice questions from ‘PHRASE REPLACEMENT , ERROR DETECTION, PARA JUMBLES (new pattern)’ with detailed solution.
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💠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 ,E and 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.
D. thus transforming the July deficit to surplus.
A. The reforms that we need are the ones that
B. Most of us would
C. Democratic countries are richer and
D. Put our children’s education above any other priority in life including our own retirement
E. can actually raise our sustainable long – term growth rate.
F. have a better track record of educating their citizens
a) B-F and C-E
b) A-E ,B-F
c) A-F and C-D
d) A-E, B-D, C-F
💠Direction : In the following sentences, some parts have errors and some are correct. Find out which part has an error and mark it as your answer.If there is no error, mark ‘No error’.
B. should it not have been linked less
C. it should been linked lesser
D. it should have been linked less
E. No correction required
We have to join two sentences from the two given columns in a way that they form a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence.The sentence A of the column 1 talks about groups gaining popularity, if we take a closer look we realize that it goes well with sentence E of column 2 as it talks about volunteers of a group helping people suffering from cancer. Similarly, when we take a look at sentence B, we realize that it will go well only with sentence F as sentence B talks about relaxing bedroom environment and sentence F talks about ‘how to create that type of bedroom environment.
We have to join two sentences from the two given columns in a way that they form a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence.The sentence A of the column 1 talks about reforms, here one may be confused between statement D and E as both seem to be completing the sentence A but when we take a look at sentence B, we realize that it will go well only with sentence D.
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It has an error of preposition. At describes position at a specific point and is used with a larger place (a shop, bank, or airport) and before the names of group activities. ‘In’ refers to the position within large areas or in spaces that surrounds something on all sides. The given segment signifies the economic productivity within an agrarian society. The correct usage is ‘in’ and not ‘at’.
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💯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.)