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English New Pattern Questions for SBI CLERK & Upcoming Bank Exams

Q.1-10. Directions: In each question below statements are given. These statements are connected in the four options given below in each question. You have to determine in which option the statements given have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the statements and mark it as your answer.

1. That sage was possessive of the bag; the bag must surely contain a lot of treasure; he became sure; one day, a swindler came across the sage
A) One day, the holy man was possessive of the bag which must surely contain a lot of treasure, a swindler came across him
B) One day, the sage became sure that a swindler came across him, the sage was possessive of a bag which must surely contain a lot of treasure
C) One day, a swindler came across the sage, and he became sure that the bag this holy man was so possessive of, must surely contain a lot of treasure.
D) A swindler came across the sage, and he became sure that the bag this holy man was so possessive of, one day must surely contain a lot of treasure
E) None of these

2. Once a merchant; he has a garden; there; he wants to build temple; was; he employed many carpenters and masons
A) Once a merchant who employed many carpenters and masons to build a temple in his garden.
B) There was once a merchant who employed many carpenters and masons to build a temple in his garden.
C) Once a merchant was there who employed many carpenters and masons to build a temple in his garden.
D) The merchant employed many carpenters and masons to build a temple in his garden, he was there
E) None of these.

3. Fleeting moments of togetherness; forged out of; long term goals allows only ; immediate self interest ; an alliance; for; as opposed to shared
A) As opposed to shared, an alliance forged out of for long term goals allows only immediate self-interest and fleeting moments of togetherness
B) As opposed to immediate self-interest and fleeting moments of togetherness, an alliance forged out of for long term goals allows only as opposed to shared ones.
C) An alliance forged out of immediate self-interest as opposed to shared, long-term goals allows only for fleeting moments of togetherness.
D) An alliance of immediate self-interest as opposed to shared, long-term goals allows only forged out of fleeting moments of togetherness.
E) None of these

4. The issue of corruption; as chief minister; against the RJD; enhance his popularity; while a tough stand; there’s no certainty; on; he will survive; might
A) While a tough stand on the issue of corruption might enhance his popularity, there is no certainty that he will survive as Chief Minister against the RJD.
B) There is no certainty that he will survive as Chief Minister, While a tough stand against the RJD on the issue of corruption might enhance his popularity
C) While a tough stand against the RJD might enhance his popularity, there is no certainty that he will survive as Chief Minister on the issue of corruption.
D) While a tough stand against the RJD on the issue of corruption might enhance his popularity, there is no certainty that he will survive as Chief Minister.
E) None of these.

5. seen in Bangalore; Independence needs careful study; in the initial years after; the Kannada Tamil rivalry
A) The Kannada-Tamil rivalry in the initial years after seen in Bangalore Independence needs careful study.
B) Rivalry seen in Bangalore in the initial years after ,The Kannada-Tamil needs careful study.
C) The Kannada-Tamil rivalry seen in Bangalore in the initial years after Independence needs careful study.

D) The Kannada-Tamil rivalry needs careful study ,seen in Bangalore in the initial years after Independence.
E) None of these.

6. to get sorted out somehow; at a time of large movements; relations between linguistic communities; indians across the country; cannot be expected
A) Of Indians across the country, relations between linguistic communities cannot be expected to get sorted out somehow, At a time of large movements
B) At a time of large movements of Indians across the country, relations between linguistic communities cannot be expected to get sorted out somehow.
C) At a time of large movements of relations between linguistic communities cannot be expected, Indians across the country, to get sorted out somehow.
D) Somehow at a time of large movements of Indians across the country, relations between linguistic communities cannot be expected to get sorted out
E) None of these

7. Rigour and intensity; Ram’s remarkable career; that has shaped; that rigour; it is
A) It is rigour and that intensity that has shaped Ram’s remarkable career.
B) It is that rigour and intensity that has shaped Ram’s remarkable career.
C) It is that rigour and that intensity that has shaped Ram’s remarkable career.
D) It is that rigour and intensity Ram’s remarkable career that has shaped.
E) None of these.

8. 12,500 people have been infected; of which 600 have died; so far this year; with the influenza(H1N1) virus
A) So far this year, 12,500 people have been infected with the influenza A (H1N1) virus, of which 600 have died.
B) 12,500 people have been infected with the influenza A (H1N1) virus, of which 600 have died, so far this year
C) So far this year, 12,500 people have been the influenza A (H1N1) virus infected with, of which 600 have died.
D) So far this year, 12,500 people have been infected of which 600 have died, with the influenza A (H1N1) virus.
E) None of these.

9. Easy and wide availability; expected to reduced mortality; timely diagnosis; of the drug; are
A) Timely diagnosis and easy and wide availability are the drug of expected to reduce mortality.
B) Timely diagnosis and easy and wide availability are expected to reduce mortality of the drug.
C) ) Timely diagnosis wide availability of the drug and easy and are expected to reduce mortality
D) Timely diagnosis and easy and wide availability of the drug are expected to reduce mortality.
E) None of these.

10. During the peak of summer; H1N1 has become a seasonal flu; in India; since the 2009 pandemic; in India; even
A) Since the 2009, H1N1 pandemic has become a seasonal flu virus strain in India even during the peak of summer.
B) H1N1 has become a seasonal flu virus strain in India even during the peak of summer, since the 2009 pandemic
C) Since the 2009 pandemic, H1N1 has become a seasonal flu virus strain in India even during the peak of summer.
D) Since the 2009 pandemic, H1N1 has become a seasonal flu even during the peak of summer virus strain in India
E) None of these.

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