Online English Quiz For IBPS CLERK & PO Exam 2019
Directions (Q.1-5): Error Detection
Q1. Suppose, if you (a)/ were left alone to (b)/ live on a desert island(c)/ what would you do? (d)/ No error (e).
Q2. He wondered that what (a)/would be the next move (b)/of his opponents who had (c)/ vowed to see him dislodged from power? (d)/No error (e).
Q3. The nation should (a)/ be grateful to (b) the armed forces for (c)/ protecting them. (d)/No error (e).
Q4. For so many years (a)/it is almost his habit (b)/ to go to the bed (c)/ at 10 pm daily. (d)/No error (e).
Q5. To the men (a)/ who worked so hard (b)/ in the project the news was(c)/ profound disappointing. (d)/No error (e).
Directions (6-10): Find out the wrongly spelt or inappropriate word. The number of that word is the answer. If all the words are correctly spelt and are appropriate the answer is (5) i.e. ‘All correct.’
Q6. Rising (1)/prices (2)/of food grains will have an adverse impac (3)/on developing (4)/countries. All correct (5)
Q7. To deal effectively (1)/with a crisis (2)/quick decisions (3)/are requited. (4)/All correct (5)
Q8. The IT Company has succeeded (1)/in achieving high growth rate despite (2)/facing (3)/several (4)/problems. All correct (5)
Q9. On an average (1)/there are very fern persons willingly (2)/to take on (3)/such responsibility. (4)/All correct (5)
Q10. More than halve (1)/the budget (2)/has been spent (3)/on modernizing (4)/the factory/All correct (5)
Directions (Q.11-15): Fill in the blanks
Jack went to work for a Farmer and (____11____) a penny. But while returning home, he dropped it in a brook. At home, his mother (____12____) him and told him to put his earnings in his pocket the next time. The next day, he worked for a cow keeper, who (____13____) him a jar of milk. Jack tried to put the jar of milk in his pocket and spilled it everywhere. Once again, his mother rebuked him. She told him that he should have carried it on his shoulders. The next day, Jack was given a donkey. He carried the donkey on his shoulders. Now, the king had a daughter who never laughed. (____14____) Jack carrying the donkey on his shoulders, she (____15____) laughing for the first time.
- (a) Collected
- (a) Praised
- (a) Sold
- (a) Detecting
- (a) Start
- (a);Remove ‘suppose’.
- (a);Remove ‘that’.
- (e);No error.
- (c);Remove ‘the’
- (d);Use ‘profoundly’ in place of ‘profound’.
- (3); Change ‘impac’ into ‘impact’
- (4); Change ‘requited’ into ‘required’
- (2); Change ‘willingly’ into ‘willing’
- (1); Change ‘halve’ into ‘half’