English Quiz for SBI/RBI Mains

Directions (Q.1-5): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

(A) Yet nothing is done to stop farmers from doing this, nor do the governments in the states as well as at the centre appear unduly worried about the health consequences.

(B)Pollution levels in large parts of north India turns critical every winter, mostly due to the burning of crOp stubble and residue acress farmlands in Punjab, Haryana and UP ahead of preparing the soil for rabi sowing. ‘

(C)This 15 exacerbated by particulate emissions from poorly maintained and overloaded trucks, construction activity and road dust, which is made worse by the current practiee of dry sweeping of roads.

(D)The smoke from these tires spreads across the plains leading to a haze 0r smog depending on weather conditions.

(E)The solutions are also well known, but there has been no discernible movement in actually . implementing them.

(F)Burning municipal waste continues to be prevalent in most Indian cities -including Delhi despite curbs

Q1. Which of the folloWing would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

1)F         2)A       3)C       4)B           5)D

Q2. Which of the following Would be the LAST (SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement?

1)E          2)B         3)A      4)F           5)C

Q3.Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

1)B.        2)F         3)E        4)D        5)C

Q4.Which of the following Would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

1)C.          2)D       3)B       4)A.        5)F

Q5. Which of the following would be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

1)A           2)E        3)F        4)C        5)B

Direction (Q6-15) : in the following passage,some of the words have been left out,each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blank with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

The relationship betweeh a perfect master and a disciple is the inevitable (6) of intrinsic conditions in the life of the aspirant. It is (7) a relationship between the lover and his divine beloved.

(8) the spiritual point of view, it is the most important relationship that a person can enter into. Love that constitutes the core of discipleship stands (9) itself among the different types of love that (10) in ordinary social relations.

Mundane love is an (11) between two centres of God and the unconscious; (12) the love implied in discipleship is the love of the God-unconscious for the God-conscious.

The love that the aspirant has for the master is (13) the response (14) by the greater love the master has for the aspirant; it is to be placed (15) all other loves.

Q6. 1) cause. 2) outcome 3) origin 4) source 5) score

Q7.1l)radically. 2) overall 3) publicly . 4) primarily  5) hardly

Q8. 1)From 2) For 3) To 4) In 5) At

Q9. 1) to. 2)against 3) by. 4) out 5) for

Q10. 1) surrender 2) lose 3) gains. 4) obmscate 5) prevail

Q11. 1)eff1ciency 2) interplay. 3) energy. 4) order 5) inaction

Q12. 1) whereas 2) because 3) since 4)though. 5)as

Q13. 1) easily 2) really 3) well. 4) strongly. 5) terribly

Q14. l) silenced. 2) stopped 3) halted. 4) evoked ‘ 5) awaken

Q15. 1) underneath 2) by. 3) against. 4) beside 5) above

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