Important English Questions for IBPS SO Prelims Exam and IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2017

Dear Bankersdaily Aspirant,

The exam days are arriving soon, so you need to prepare for the Exams in a better and splendid way to crack the exams. Always hard preparations will help but sometime smart preparations will help you to crack the exams and to be the best among others.

Daily Practice of the Questions will help you to ameliorate your preparations to the next level and some constant preparation strategy is needed to efficiently break the barriers of the exam. So prepare these questions from the English section , since many of the candidates consider English section as the difficult section in the Exams, so to break that barrier, these questions will help.

Attend these new question pattern which are asked in the recent exams like RBI Assistant Prelims and Mains Exam, IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam,etc. Solve and get benefited. Solve these Phrase replacement questions which will of help to you in your preparations in the forthcoming exams.

D.1-10): In the following questions, a phrase is given in bold which is then followed by five options(a,b,c,d,e). Choose the most appropriate option that would make the sentence grammatically and meaningfully correct. If the statement is correct as it is, choose ‘e’-No correction is required

Q.1) Its overture to Fatah gives Palestinians a stronger in bond reviving the peace process.

a) vague up

b) stepped out

c) hand in

d) hold on

e) No correction is required.

Q.2) The focus should be on bringing affordable, quality healthcare and risen up the use of innovations.

a) dealing with

b) scaling up

c) course off

d) peak off

e) No correction is required.

Q.3) She said that following China’s road construction, only eight Bhutanese soldiers crossed over, but returned, never to working out again.

a) get on

b) show up

c) put off

d) standing up

e) No correction is required.

Q.4) Widespread rain is expected to continue till Wednesday before waken up.

a) pulled off

b) thinking up

c) shrinking of

d) tapering off

e) No correction is required.

Q.5) France has called on fellow European nations to carrying out on painful austerity policies to give the economy some breathing space and avoid social upheaval.

a) lifted up

b) ease off

c) taken over

d) tore up

e) No correction is required.

Q.6) Inordinate delay in land acquisition for widening of the Chennai-Tada Road has led to the contractor wanting to opt out of the project.

a) turned around

b) asking out

c) looked down on

d) blown over

e) No correction is required.

Q.7) On Saturday, Constantine put the team out a boot camp organised by the Indian Army on the ASC campus here.

a) put the team away

b) put the team together

c) put the team forward

d) put the team through

e) No correction is required.

Q.8) The IOC wants Lance Armstrong to handed over his Olympic medal.

a) hand around

b) hand off

c) hand back

d) hand down

e) No correction is required.

Q.9) There are over 40 research papers that verge on the effectiveness of using nilavembu to boost immunity.

a) get through

b) vouch for

c) cope with

d) publishing for

e) No correction is required.

Q.10) The real and reel intersect, collide, become almost one and bounce off each other.

a) cater for

b) speak off

c) call around

d) gat back

e) No correction is required.

The answers for the above questions are provided below with the explanations 

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1) c) hand in – to give something to an authority or responsible person.

2) b) scaling up – to increase the size, amount, or importance of something, usually an organization or process.

3) b) show up – to arrive somewhere in order to join a group of people, especially late or unexpectedly.

4) d) tapering off – to become gradually smaller or weaker, or happen less often.

5) b) ease off – to gradually stop or become less.

6) e) opt out – to choose not to be part of an activity or to stop being involved in it.

7) d) put through – to pay for someone to study at school, college, or university..

8) c) hand back – to be slow to do something, often because of fear or having no confidence.

9) b) vouch for – to say that you know from experience that something is true or good, or that someone is honest and has a good character.

10) e) bounce off – If you bounce something off someone, you tell someone about an idea or plan in order to find out what they think of it.

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