New Pattern English Quiz for upcoming IBPS & Insurance Mains Exams – Set 4


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The following questions consist of a single sentence with
one blank only. You are given five or six words as answer choices you have to
pick up correct pair in option, which will make the sentence meaningfully
complete.
1. BBC representative said that their December episode ……………..the
country’s charm, beauty and wealth along with its idiosyncrasies.
(1) Announced
(2) Portrayed
(3) Depicted
(4) Pictured
(5) Confirmed
(a) 2&5
(b) 1& 2
(c) 2&3
(d) 3&4
(e) 1&4
2. Wikipedia …………….. access to its widely used, user
generated, free source content. No one was able to use it.
(1) allowed
(2) Blocked
(3) Blacked out
(4) Increased
(5) Stopped
(a) 3&4
(b) 2&5
(c) 2&3
(d) 1&3
(e) 3&5
3. Out of the 6.5 million abortions …………..in 2010, 68% were performed
by an unqualified person or in unsafe environment.
(1) Recorded
(2) Registered
(3) Counted
(4) Performed
(5) Conducted
(a) 4&5
(b) 1& 2
(c) 1&2
(d) 1&3
(e) 3&4
4. Mr. John has been ……….for the top job at the ADB bank.
(1) Shortlisted
(2) Selected
(3) Appointed
(4) Questioned
(5) Approved
(a) 2&3
(b) 1& 2
(c) 1&4
(d) 3&5
(e) 1&2
5. The procedure adopted by the bank authorities was totally
……………..as they did not follow the principles of natural justice.
(1) Miscalculated
(2) Flawed
(3) Irrational
(4) Accurate
(5) In place
(a) Only (1)
(b) 1& 4
(c) 2&3
(d) 1&2
(e) 3&5
6. Delhi High Court directed RBI to respond to the plea of …………….commissioner
of Income tax.
(1) Appointed
(2) Sacked
(3) Removed
(4) Selected
(5) Responsible
(a) 5&1
(b) 1& 2
(c) 2&3
(d) 3&4
7. The High Court withdrew a ……………approval that allowed him
to make numerous trips to hospitals in last 4 years.
(1) Ordered
(2) Pending
(3) Blanket
(4) Prior
(5) False
(a) 3&4
(b) 1& 2
(c) 2&3
(d) 1&3
(e) 3&5
8. You may be ………………to see that many people sleep on the
footpaths of Delhi in the bone chilling nights as well.
(1) Astonished
(2) Surprised
(3) Annoyed
(4) Angry
(5) Speech less
(a) Only (1)
(b) 1& 2
(c) 2&3
(d) 1&3
(e) 2&5
9. The guard showed ……………courage and helped police to nab
the robbers.
(1) Defending
(2) Exemplary
(3) Highest
(4) Extreme
(5) Collected
(6) Unprecedented
(a) 3&5
(b) 2&4
(c) 2&3
(d) 1&6
(e) All of the options
10. I …………..my felicitations to all officers and ranks of
the National Disaster Relief Force and their families on the occasion of its
Raising Day.
(1) Show
(2) Offer
(3) Extend
(4) Sign
(5) Pay
(6) Move
(a) 2 &5
(b) 1& 2
(c) 2& 3
(d) 5&6
(e) 4&5

Answers

1. (d) Episode is portrayed to ‘depict’ and ‘pictured’ for
the same purpose.
2. (b) As access is prevented so blocked /stopped can fit.
3. (a) Illegal thing is not recorded or registered. It can
be performed or conducted.
4. (e) For a post through different processes – selection or
short listing is done.
5. (d) Procedure can only be flawed or miscalculated. Other
options raise a conflict in first and second part of the sentence.
6. (c) All options can fit. Only proper option with proper combination
has to be selected.
7. (a) Prior /Blanket fits in grammatically and goes well
with sentence.
8. (d) By seeing people sleeping on road in winter is
annoying or make angry or render someone speechless or surprise so all the
options can fit. But the best combination is this.
9. (b) With courage exemplary and extreme are correct.
‘Unprecedented’ is also good with ‘courage’ but is not given in the options
with correct pair.

10. (c) Felicitations are offered or extended or paid.

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