English Language for IBPS RRB PO/CLERKs Mains

Directions (Q. 1-10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions. Certain words/ phrases are given in hold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. The sage Mandavya, who had acquired strength of mind and knowledge of the scriptures, spent his days in penance and the practice of truth. He lived in a hermitage in the forest ,on the outskirts of the city. One day whiie he was immersed in silent contemplation under the shade of a tree outside his hut of leaves, a band…

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English Quiz for RRB Mains

Direction (1-5): The following question consists of a sentence which is divided into three parts which contain grammatical errors in one or more than one part of the sentence. If there is an error in anypart of the sentence, find the correct alternatives to replace those parts from the three options givenbelow each question to make the sentence grammatically correct. If there is an error in any part of the sentence and none of the alternatives is correct to replace that part, then choose (d) i.e. None of the (I),…

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Reading Comprehension For Bank exams

Directions (Q.1-5): Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions. In every Union Budget presentation, agriculture is given a place of prominence. This is not surprising, given that 50% of India’s population is dependent on agriculture. Budget 2017 was no different. Both the Economic Survey and the Budget speech stressed heavily on improving agricultural in frastructure and augmenting farmer incomes. The key drivers expected to set this offare areas such as investment in irrigation infrastructure, development of mandis and market infrastructure for small landholders, better market linkages and…

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English vocabulary

English Language plays vital role in every compititive examination. If you want to secure good score in mains then you should focus English very much. Now days students are unable to gain maximum score in this section because lack of vocabulary skills so here at bankers cafe we are providing simple English vocabulary : meaning of difficult words to boost up your preparation student-friendly (adjective) – appropriate &helpful for students. merit-promoting (adjective) – level/grade promoting. over-centralisation (noun) – excessive centralization. centralisation (noun) – the process of having functions, powers, people…

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English Quiz(Spotting errors)

spotting errors in English section is an important part for compititive examinations . In every exams i.e prelims and mains ,5-7 questions are coming from this section . You should have basic grammar knowledge to identify the error part in a sentence . At one level, air-conditioning is potentially (a)/ a sign of civilization- of rising above the (b)/ biological,cultivating the ability to not react immediately (c)/to one’s physical surroundings. (d) no error (e) The discovery of the Slims River diversion (a)/ away from the Bering Sea into another watershed…

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English Quiz For IBPS PO Prelim

Directions [1-5] : There are two statements given in each of (I), (II) & (III), you are required to combine the two statements using the connecting word provided and choose from the combination in the option the one’s that can be combined using the connecting word. If the connecting word cannot be applied to any of the options then choose (e) as your answer. UNTIL:I. At an earlier age, I was forced to repeat the words or sentences, sometimes for hours. I felt theproper ring in my own voice.II. Of…

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English Vocabulary: Meaning of difficult words

indelicate (adjective) – insensitive,unceremonious, undiplomatic, impolitic. imbalance (noun) – disparity, variation,disproportion, unevenness, lopsidedness. defer to (verb) – to allow/permit someone else to decide on something;agree/follow, submit/surrender (tosomeone else’s decision). the executive (noun) – having the power to put plans and action abdicate (verb) – reject, disown, turndown, give up, abandon (a responsibility). discharge (verb) – carry out, conduct, do,perform, (a duty). in the first place (phrase) – at thebeginning. abdication (noun) – disowning, rejection,refusal/avoidance. enforce (verb) – impose, carryout, discharge, implement. quite (adverb) – completely, fully,entirely, obviously. stark (adjective) –…

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English Quiz For SBI/RBI

DIRECTION : In the passage given below there are 10 blanks, each followed by a word given in bold. Even blank has four alternative words given in options (A),(B),(C) and (D). You have to tell which word will best suit the respective blank. Mark (E) as your answer if the work given in bold after the blank is your answer i.e “No change required”. As well as being the world’s second-most populous country, India is the world’s largest provider of management education. But that scale (1)_____ [concur] problems. A number…

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English Quiz for IBPS PO

Directions (Q. 1 -10). The sentence has two blanks,each blank Indicating that something has been omitted.Choose the set of words for the blanks which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 1)Cassava grows ___________in South India, but has oneproblem it contains a toxin that must be ________ bylong so kiting in water.(a) hardly, remove(b)easy, remove(c)easily, remove(d)hard, removed(e)easily, removal 2).A human journey is_______when there is someone atthe door to_______ them when they get at home.(a)incomplete, greet(b)complete, ignore(c)incompetent, ignore(d)complete, greet(e)complete, great 3).An adult reader is _______ for his tutor…

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English Quiz for IBPS PO Prelim

Directions (Q. 1 -5). The sentence has two blanks,each blank Indicating that something has been omitted.Choose the set of words for the blanks which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. The Governor’s successor will find the economy in a much better …………………..than what it was in when he himself took ……………….three years ego. 1) condition, holding2) turmml, over .3) shape, charge4) characters, reigns5) position, duty The government’s…………………..to consolidate public sector banks (PSBs) could create …………….in the current environment where stressed assets aeross banks are high. ‘…

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