New Pattern English Questions for SBI PO/Clerk 2018

New Pattern English Questions for SBI PO 2018

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New Pattern English Questions for SBI PO/Clerk 2018 | Set – 2


 Direction (1) In the following question, there are four sentences. Identify the sentence that is incorrect in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option. If all the sentences are correct then choose (e) ‘No Error’ as your answer.

A. Hardly had they spoken these words, than the door opened and Arion himself stood before them.

B. Alphabet Inc’s Google routinely fields product queries from millions of shoppers.

C. Mobile messaging service Whatsapp is now available in web server.

D. Police are investigating a spate of burglaries in the Kingsland Road area.

E. No Error

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A. Hardly had they spoken these words, than the door opened and Arion himself stood before them.

Scarcely’ and ‘Hardly’ are followed by ‘WHEN’ and not by ‘THAN’. To refer to something happening immediately after something else, we use HARDLY … WHEN, thus Hardly will be followed by WHEN before starting the next clause in this sentence.

2.  In the following question, there are four sentences. Identify the sentence that is incorrect in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option. If all the sentences are correct then choose (e) ‘No Error’ as your answer.

A. Yesterday a satellite weighing 15 tons was successfully placed in orbit.

B. The plethora of regulations is both contradictory and confusing.

C. Wet the hair, apply shampoo, and massage into a rich lather.

D. This problem should be easy enough for someone who’s done physics at A level.

E. No Error

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E. No Error

3. In the following question, there are four sentences. Identify the sentence that is incorrect in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option. If all the sentences are correct then choose (e) ‘No Error’ as your answer.

A. Though I believe it is no longer considered valid, but I have kept it ever since as one of my treasures.

B. He blurted everything out about the baby, though we’d agreed to keep it a secret for a while.

C. She had an operation on her leg and afterwards was unable to walk for at least a month.

D. Although it rained a lot, we’ve still enjoyed our holiday.

E. No Error

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A. Though I believe it is no longer considered valid, but I have kept it ever since as one of my treasures.

‘Though’ is followed by ‘Yet’ and not by ‘But’. Thus in (a) BUT will replace YET.

4. In the following question, there are four sentences. Identify the sentence that is incorrect in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option. If all the sentences are correct then choose (e) ‘No Error’ as your answer.

A. The mechanic announced that the engine was beyond repair.

B. There will be more documentaries and fewer quiz shows in the autumn season on TV.

C. Sri Lanka is my native country, but I’ve been living in Belgium for the past five years.

D. I was afraid to open the door lest he could follow me.

E. No Error

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D. I was afraid to open the door lest he could follow me.

LEST is a conjunction which is used to mean ‘in order to prevent any possibility that something will happen’. ‘Lest’ must be followed by ‘should’ or by nothing at all.

5. In the following question, there are four sentences. Identify the sentence that is incorrect in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option. If all the sentences are correct then choose (e) ‘No Error’ as your answer.

A. The film tells the true story of a group who survived in the Andes in sub-zero temperatures.

B. Discuss pollution with your child, emphasizing how nice a clean street, lawn, or park looks.

C. I would be surprised, actually, if he left Birmingham.

D. We cannot understand disease unless we do not understand the person who has the disease.

E. No Error

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D. We cannot understand disease unless we do not understand the person who has the disease.

‘Unless’ expresses a condition and is always used in the negative sense. Thus ‘not’ or ‘do not’ is never used with ‘unless’.

Direction (6-10) In the following sentence, there is a blank space, followed by some choices of words given in options. You have to determine which of these words fits well in all making them meaningful and grammatically correct. Word can be modified according to the tense of the sentence keeping the meaning of root word intact . If none of these words fit well, mark your answer as (e) “None of these”.

6. (A) We went for a __________ around an antique shop.

(B) I was __________ through fashion magazines to find a new hairstyle.

A. browse

B. certitude

C. fission

D. bestrew

E. brood

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A. browse

7. (A) The children have jumped on the couch so much that they’ve ruined the __________.

(B) I noticed the way you __________ to his defence when Caroline started joking about his clothes.

A. alacrity

B. spring

C. insulate

D. grizzled

E. dodge

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B. spring

8. (A) The __________ person on the street is a lot better off than they were 40 years ago.

(B) The audience figures were lower than __________ for this sort of film.

A. ailes

B. significant

C. nominal

D. average

E. usual

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D. average

9. (A) Has your dog been __________?

(B) It’s distressing enough to find a __________ in your apple but finding half of one is worse. 

A. worm

B. seed

C. seizure

D. trim

E. adopt

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A. worm

10.  (A) We have been __________ under petty regulations for too long.

(B) The bracelet was so tight that it started to __________.

A. revered

B. chafe

C. jibe

D. enamore

E. projected

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B. chafe

(A) Chafing (v) – to be or become annoyed or lose patience because of rules or limits.

(B) Chafe (v) to make or become damaged or sore by rubbing.


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