IBPS CLERK Mains 2018 – 10 Days Study Planner – English -Day 5
IBPS CLERK Mains 2018 – 10 Days Study Planner – English -Day 5
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IBPS CLERK Mains Exam 2018 is coming fast than you think and there are only less days to make your preparation fruitful. The preparation strategy must be fixed in such a way that the actual ones will help to score more marks in the IBPS CLERK mains Exam 2018.
The IBSP CLERK Mains Exam 2018 is scheduled to happen on 20th December 2019.
The key to score more marks lies in scoring in the General Awareness, banking Awareness and English Section. So, one needs to be preparing in such a way that, the aspirant must get maximum marks in the above said section. Practising is the key to score in these topics and aspirants must read at least 6 months Current Affairs to crack the General Awareness Section and Banking Awareness Section.
We have started the IBPS CLERK Mains Exam 2018 – Planner where we are providing practice questions from the above topics which will help the aspirants to increase the solving ability and to learn new questions.
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- Section : English Language
- Topic: Jumbled Sentences & Sentence Rearrangement
- Total Questions: 20
- Total Timing: 15 Minutes
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D.1-10): Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
I) A) All this economic growth will need massive energy.
B) Today, India finds itself going through a phase of rapid ascent in economic empowerment.
C) Industries are evolving at a significantly higher rate since liberalisation.
D) In 2008, we crossed the trillion-dollar mark, and it took more than six decades for us to reach that milestone.
E) However, it is predicted that the Indian economy will double again, to reach the $2-trillion mark by 2016, and then again redouble, to reach the $4 trillion milestone by 2025 v.
F) Our focus for this decade will be on the development of key infrastructure and the uplifting of the 600,000 villages where 750 million people live, as vibrant engines of the economy.
Q.1) Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
Q.2) Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
Q.3) Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
Q.4) Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
Q.5) Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
II) A) Its reactor business is being taken over by a clutch of companies, including the public sector Electricite de France, which is itself in poor financial health.
B) In March, Westinghouse, the largest historic builder of nuclear power plants in the world, declared bankruptcy, creating a major financial crisis for its parent company, Toshiba.
C) The newly elected Presidents of Korea and France have both promised to cut the share of nuclear energy in their countries.
D) In May, the U.S. Energy Information Administration announced that it expects the share of nuclear electricity in the U.S. to decline from about 20% in 2016 to 11% by 2050.
E) By all accounts, nuclear power has had a bad year.
F) The French nuclear supplier, Areva, went bankrupt a few months earlier and is now in the midst of a restructuring that will cost French taxpayers about €10 billion.
Q.6) Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
Q.7) Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
Q.8) Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
Q.9) Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
Q.10) Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
D.11-20): Each of the following questions has five sentences. The order of the sentences (A, B, C, D and E) is to be assessed in a logical way and the correct sequence is to be marked as the answer.
Q.11) A) The confinement will be made of different materials.
B) All the plasma facing components are bombarded by neutrons, which will make the first layers of the metallic confinement radioactive for a short period.
C) Efforts are being made by materials scientists to develop special-grade steel to have weaker effects struck by neutrons.
D) All said, such irradiated components will have to be stored for at least 50 years.
E) The extent of contamination should be reduced with the newer structural materials.
Q.12) A) It is one of the most cosmopolitan and competitive environments I have ever lived in.
B) There are many nationalities in my class including British, Russians, Zimbabweans, Afghans, Maldivians, Jordanians, Slovaks and Iraqis.
C) I have completed my second year.
D) Dubai never feels like a foreign land as, around 42% of the population is Indian.
E) The faculty is mostly British and Indian.
Q.13) A) Twilight zones are happy hours for owls as they are out to hunt after a day-long snooze in secluded spots.
B) Owls rule the dark nights like unseen knights armed with special skills.
C) One of India’s common owls is the spotted owlet which is an ace at camouflaging.
D) These efficient hunters eradicate disease-spreading rodents that are found in and around human habitation.
E) Found in almost all parts of the country, owls do a valuable service to humankind.
Q.14) A) The effluents from these industries can cause a range of health and environmental hazards.
B) It is also used in processes in leather, certain food and plastic industries.
C) Sodium dithionate salt is used in many textile industries to remove the excess dye and unintended colours, thereby improving overall colour quality.
D) Removal or reduction of the sulphur in the waste water has always been a challenge.
E) Water from a pond contaminated by sodium dithionate-processing industry was collected and studied.
Q.15) A) Cardamom is, hands-down, the Queen of Spice.
B) I can see the difference between our peppercorn and cardamom.
C) I love our peppercorns and cardamom.
D) I love to use our peppercorns in all the non-veg recipes, our pepper lamb dish is very popular among Canadians, inexperienced as they are with our bold and unexpected flavours.
E) The flavour is unique and it is always used in our garam masala, rice preparations and with chai and desserts.
Q.16) A) The wheel on the capital, below the lions, is the model for the dharma chakra in the centre of the national flag.
B) It is a sculpture of four lions standing back to back.
C) In Saranath was the Lion Capital of Ashoka.
D) A graphic representation of it was adopted as the official emblem of India in 1950.
E) Whenever the emblem is used by the State Governments, the words Satyameva Jayate have to accompany it.
Q.17) A) Some states seek to hold primaries earlier to have a greater influence on the process.
B) The states that have historically held primaries and caucuses first, in February, have a much larger influence on individual races.
C) These states include Iowa and New Hampshire.
D) The overall results of the primaries process may not be representative of the U.S. electorate as a whole.
E) However large states such as California, which usually hold their primaries in June, end up having minimal impact on the races because the candidate for each party has more or less been picked by then.
Q.18) A) This is simply because ice and water differ in their densities only in a small way.
B) Turning to explain the extent of immersion/floatation, we need to invoke the law of flotation which states that any solid floating in a liquid displaces equal weight of the liquid over which it floats.
C) That is, ice is lighter than water only by about 8%.
D) Water in liquid form at normal room temperature has a density of 1 gm/cc while in solid form as ice has a density of 0.92 gm/cc.
E) Ice floats in water because it is lighter (less dense) than water, the medium in which it floats but with most part of the solid ice under water.
Q.19) A) Bringing sugar-sweetened drinks and refined products under the taxable product list should be a priority.
B) The first is to set a threshold limit for fat and/or calorie and tax all foods items that are above this limit.
C) Indians are known to consume a few times more than the World Health Organisation’s recommended limit of 5 grams a day and most of it comes from packaged food items.
D) If the State is serious about reining in consumption of unhealthy food, then there are several measures it should quickly adopt.
E) There is no reason why packaged food items that have high salt content should not be additionally taxed.
Q.20) A) But minutes ticked by and there was no sign of her.
B) She was to set sail from Dhanushkodi.
C) After boarding the train, she eagerly waited for her mother to arrive to see her off.
D) To reach the coastal town, Sarah had to take a train from Egmore.
E) She was barely 21 when she was chosen for mission work in Ceylon as it was then known.
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