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Practice ractice set 5 of the ENGLISH SERIES (Error detection, phrase replacement,fillers, Para jumbles,Cloze tests)( new pattern) for SBI PO 2020 New pattern English questions for bank PO/clerk exams 2020

Practice  set 5 of the ENGLISH SERIES (Error detection, phrase replacement,fillers,  Para jumbles,Cloze tests)( new pattern) for SBI PO 2020
New pattern English questions for bank PO/clerk exams 2020

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🔷Practice set 5 of the ENGLISH SERIES (Error detection, phrase replacement,fillers,  Para jumbles,Cloze tests)( new pattern) for SBI PO 2020


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The following statements make a coherent paragraph after arranging them in correct order.
Arrange them in the order and answer the questions given below.


A. They began calls with authorities and network providers around the world to strike Necurs at once, cutting off its connections to computers around the globe. Rapidly, they took over or froze 6 million domain names that Necurs was using or had *inventoried* for future attacks.
B. The action, eight years in the making, was aimed at a criminal group called Necurs, believed to be based in Russia. Microsoft employees had tracked the group as it infected 9 million computers around the world, hijacking them to send spam emails intended to defraud unsuspecting victims.
C.  The Microsoft team *struck on* Tuesday. After cleansing DCU’s command centre to eliminate any live viruses, a team of Microsoft workers switched on their laptops and began coordinating action against the botnet.
D. Microsoft organised 35 nations on Tuesday to take down (a)/ one of the world’s largest botnets malware that secretly seizes control of millions of computer (b)/ around the globe. It was an unusual takedown of a criminal group,(c)/  because it was carried out by a firm, not a government (d).
E. The group also spread ransomware, which locks up a computer until the owner pays a fee. “It’s a highway that is used only by criminals,” Amy Hogan Burney, the general manager of Microsoft’s digital crimes unit (DCU) and a former FBI lawyer, said. “We have to *dismantle*  the infrastructure.”


Q1. Which statement is the third statement after the arrangement?
1) B
2) A
3) D
4) C
5) E


Q2. Which statement is first statement after the arrangement?
1) C
3) D
3) E
4) B
5) A


Q3. Which statement is fifth statement after the arrangement?
1) E
2) A
3) C
4) B
5) D


Q4. Which statement is second statement after the arrangement?
1) B
2) A
3) E
4) D
5) C
Q5. Which statement is fifth statement after the arrangement?
1) A
2) D
3) C
4) E
5) B




Q6. Choose the word which represents the same meaning as the word written in bold in statement A, irrespective of the tense that has been used.
Inventoried
1) Harm
2) Crash
3) Note
4) Damage
5) Useless




Q7. Choose the word which represents the same meaning as the word written in bold in statement C, irrespective of the tense used.
Struck on
1) Obstruction
2) Jilted
3) Attack
4) Spurn
5) Hindrance 


Q8.  Statement D gas been divided into four parts. One of the statements contain an error. Choose that statement as your answer. If there’s no error in the statement mark ‘no error’ as your answer.
1) a
2) b
3) d
4) c
5) No error


Q9. Choose the word which represents the opposite meaning of the word written on bold in statement E.
Dismantle
1) Warp
2) Haul
3) Gore
4) Assemble
5) Regurgitate

The following sentences contain an error. Choose that part as your answer.


Q 10. Ahead of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council meeting on Saturday, the government is (a)/ pushing for a review of the levy on mobile phones, footwear, fertiliser and man-made fibres (b)/ to correct a major discrepancy that has creeped in where the duty on (c)/ the finished product is lower than those on inputs (d).
1) B and D
2) C and D
3) only C
4) Only B
5) Only D


Q11.  On Wednesday evening, the American markets sank on fears (a)/ about the spread of corona virus, with the number of countries (b) / reporting cases of the deadly virus reaching 100. The crash in crude oil prices last week(c)/ is also affecting global market sentiment (d).
1) a
2) b
3) d
4) c
5) no error

SOLUTION


💯Click here for the complete study material of English for SBI PO 2020 

💯Click here for the compilation of 20 frequently asked GRAMMAR RULES in bank (IBPS, SBI) exams  (a must not skip) 




💯Click here for the compilation of VOCAB asked in Bank (IBPS SBI RBI ) exams

(1-5):
The correct order of the statements is
D B E C A


6. Note
Inventoried is the past form of inventory which means to take notes or make a list of something.


7. Attack
Struck is the past form of strike. 


8. b
Computers is the right term instead of computer.


9.  Assemble
Dismantle means to destroy something in pieces.


10. Only C
The correct term should be ‘crept in’ not ‘creeped in.’


11.  There’s no error in the sentence.


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