IBPS CLERK Prelims Study Planner 2018 – Old Pattern Error Spotting

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IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam – 2018 – Study Planner. English is one of the sections which haunts the aspirants because many aspirants chances to go to the next level in the Banking Exams are hindered due to this section. According to recent statistics, only 30% of the aspirants score above 10 marks in the Preliminary Examination in English Section and many aspirants struggle to get the required cutoff marks.

Practice is the Key to Crack the English after learning it. So we are here to provide questions from all the sections in the English Language to make your practice worth.

After the SBI PO, SBI CLERK & IBPS PO Exams IBPS Clerk will be the most expected one to crack the banking job for many aspirants. Since IBPS has also changed the exam pattern similar to SBI, we are providing practice sets in the basis of IBPS CLERK 15 Days Study Planner.

Students are advised to practice the questions regularly and crack the IBPS Clerk 2018 which will be held shortly.Since this will be the dream job for most of the aspirant’s everyone should work hard and act smart to achieve their own destination.

We at Bankersdaily will be providing daily questions for the IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 through this IBPS CLERK Prelims 2018 – Study Planner to assist the aspirants in their preparation. All the Three sections Quants, Reasoning and English Langauge questions will be available regularly in Bankersdaily.

Quizzes will be released every day by the timing given below:

  • Quantitative Aptitude – 8:00 P.M
  • Reasoning Ability – 8:15 P.M 
  • English Language – 8:30 P.M

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IBPS CLERK Prelims – Error Spotting 

D.1-10) A sentence is shown in four parts marked as (a), (b), (c) and (d) in each question. Read the sentences carefully and select the part which is grammatically wrong. If every part in the sentence is grammatically correct then, choose ‘No error’ (e) as the answer.

Q.1) Several EU country and the European (a)/ Parliament believe that when sharing (b)/ data Britain gives security and intelligence (c)/ higher priority than privacy. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.2) Its researchers had noticed that (a)/ Kenyans were transferring (b)/ mobile-phone airtime between each (c)/ other as if it was money. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.3) One of the worst things (a)/ you can do are write a series (b)/ of declarative sentences of (c)/ roughly the same length.  (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.4) Stevens is so consumed (a)/ with propriety that (b)/ it is natural for him (c)/ to tell him story formally. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.5) The findings, which accords with a history of (a)/ academic research into disparities, suggest wider (b)/ variations in sentencing than in some previous (c)/ studies and also show variation between courts. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.6) Just as little people move their bank accounts, (a)/ so customers are reluctant to forsake (b)/ a money-transfer system that has worked for (c)/ them, even if it charges steep fees. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.7) The Trump administration postponed (a)/ implementing tariffs on steel and aluminium (b)/ imports from countries in the European Union by a month, (c)/ saying it wanted more time for negotiations. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.8) The world’s intelligence (a)/ agencies had long (b)/ assumed as much, (c)/ and few of the evidence was new. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.9) The aim are to increase (a)/ the number of individual (b)/ mobile accounts, and (c)/ then of mobile payments. (d)/ No error. (e)

Q.10) Whatever Mr Netanyahu implies, (a)/ Iran has kept its side of the agreement (b)/ despite not getting many of the (c)/ economic benefits it was promised. (d)/ No error.(e)

Aspirants can find the answers for the above questions here. 

Q.1) a) Replace ‘country’ by ‘countries’; After the word ‘several’, the noun must be in plural form.

Q.2) d) Replace ‘was’ by ‘were’; In a few English sentences which are imaginative in nature, the verb is written in a special way. Here, ‘it’ agrees with plural verb.

Q.3) b) Replace ‘are’ by ‘is’; ‘one of the’ is followed plural noun and singular verb.

Q.4) d) Replace ‘him’ by ‘his’; ‘his’- possessive pronoun whereas ‘him’-objective pronoun.

Q.5) a) Replace ‘accords’ by ‘accord’; Here, ‘findings’- plural subject, so it takes plural verb (accord).

Q.6) a) Replace ‘little’ by ‘few’; Few is used before countable nouns and is followed by plural verb. Little is used before uncountable nouns and is followed by singular verb.

Q.7) e.

Q.8) d) Replace ‘few’ by ‘little’; Few is used before countable nouns and is followed by plural verb. Little is used before uncountable nouns and is followed by singular verb.

Q.9) a) Replace ‘are’ by ‘is’; Here, the ‘aim’ is singular subject, so it takes singular verb.

Q.10) e) No error.

Aspirants can check the Day 1 – IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 from the below-given links 

IBPS CLERK Prelims 2018 Planner – Aptitude – Day 1 – Simplification 

IBPS CLERK Prelims 2018 Planner – Reasoning – Day 1 – Old Pattern Coding & Decoding

Aspirants can check the Whole planner of IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 from the below given link. 

IBPS CLERK prelims Exam 2018 – Planner 

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