English Quiz for Bank Exams – Mixed New Pattern – 8

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In each of the following questions two/three sentences are given. These sentences are combined into a single sentence and given as four alternatives below each question. You have to select one sentence which is grammatically correct and conveys the same meaning as conveyed by the two/ three sentences and mark the letter of that sentence as your answer. If none of the four sentences given as alternatives below each question is correct, mark ‘e’, None of the above sentences is correct, as the answer.

 

  1. Her father was listening keenly. Rupa noticed this.

(a) Rupa noticed that her father had listened keenly.

(b) Rupa had noticed that her father was listening keenly.

(c) Rupa noticed that her father is listening keenly.

(d) Rupa noticed that her father was listening keenly.

(e) None of the above sentences is correct.

Answer

Option: D

 

 

  1. The sun is very important to men. Men have long known this.

(a) Men have long known how important the sun is to them.

(b) The sun is very important to them is known to men.

(c) The sun has been very important for men is known to them.

(d) The men know the sun is very important to them.

(e) None of the above sentences is correct.

Answer

Option: A

 

  1. He got up. He wound the cloth around his head.

(a) Having got up, he had wound the cloth around his head.

(b) Getting up he did wound the cloth around his head.

(c) Getting up, he wound the cloth around his head.

(d) Having getting up, he wound the cloth around his head.

(e) None of the above sentences is correct.

Answer

Option: C

 

  1. They watched. They wondered. They were unable to find the reason.

(a) They watched and wondered till they were unable to find the reason.

(b) They watched and wondered but were unable to find the reason.

(c) They had watched and wondered but were unable to find the reason.

(d) They watched and wondered despite being unable to find the reason.

(e) None of the above sentences is correct.

Answer

Option: B

 

  1. I was very much overwhelmed. I did not make any decision.

(a) I was so overwhelmed to make any decision.

(b) I could not make any decision as I was very much overwhelmed.

(c) I was too overwhelmed to make any decision.

(d) Being very much overwhelmed, I did not make any decision.

(e) None of the above sentences is correct.

Answer

Option: D

 

  1. He is sure to receive his pay. It is due to him. Why then does he worry?

(a) Why does he worry, till he is sure to receive his pay due to him?

(b) Why should he worry as the pay due to him is sure to be received?

(c) Why does he worry as he should be sure to receive the pay due to him?

(d) Why does he worry, since the pay due to him is sure to be received?

(e) None of the above sentences is correct

Answer

Option: E

 

 

In each question below, two sentences are given. These two sentences are to be combined into a single sentence without changing their meaning. Three probable starters of the so combined sentence are given which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Any one or more or none of them may be correct. Find out the correct starter(s), if any, and accordingly select your answer from among the given five answer choices.

 

  1. On this special occasion the Chief Minister of the state would be welcomed first. After that the Prime Minister would be extended a warm welcome.

(A) Although the Prime Minister would …

(B) As per the prevalent practice the Prime Minister…

(C) In spite of the Chief Minister…

(a) Only A

(b) Only B

(c) Only C

(d) Only A and B

(e) Only A and C

Answer

Option: E (A) Although the Prime Minister would be welcomed after the Chief Minister of the state on this special occasion, he would be extended a warm welcome.
(C) In spite of the Chief Minister being welcomed first on this special occasion, the Prime Minister would be extended a warm welcome.

 

  1. India is rich in bio-resources. It has no clear legislative framework to regulate access to and use of these resources.

(A) As India is rich…

(B) But India is rich…

(C) Although India is rich…

(a) Only A

(b) Only B

(c) Only C

(d) Only A and B

(e) Only A and C

Answer

Option: (C) Although India is rich in bio-resources, it has no clear legislative framework to regulate access to and use of these resources.

 

 

  1. I did not receive any packet from Dipti. I also did not receive any phone call from her.

(A) Neither did I receive…

(B) Clearly I did not…

(C) Because I did not …

(a) Only A

(b) Only B

(c) Only C

(d) Only A and B

(e) Only A and C

Answer

Option: (A) Neither did I receive any packet from Dipti nor any phone call.

 

  1. I was to reach home a little early but I got delayed. On reaching home I found that guests had left a little while ago.

(A) Hardly had I reached…

(B) As long as I reached…

(C) Besides few minutes…

(a) Only A

(b) Only B

(c) Only C

(d) Only A and B

(e) Only A and C

Answer

Option: (A) Hardly had I reached home when the guests left.

 

Regards

Team EP

 

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