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English: Phrasal Replacement Questions For Upcoming Bank Exams

Which of the following phrases (1), (2), (3), (4) given below in the statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and ‘no Correction is required’, mark (5) as the answer.

Que. 1. The Court said that steps taken by State governments for irrigation and food-grain production, or the presence of perennial rivers, alone cannot determine whether they’re adrought-like situation or not.

1. Whether their is a
2. Whether there is a
3. Whether there are a
4 Whether their are a
5. No Correction Required
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Que. 2. ICICI Bank Limited (the Bank), incorporated in Vadodara, India, is a public held banking companyengaged in providing a wide range of banking and financial services including retail banking, corporate banking and treasury operations.
1. Publicized held company
2. Publicity held banking company
3. Held banking company
4. Publicly held banking company
5. No improvement
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Que. 3. The truck dumped a larger number of garbage in the area than is average for a month.

1. Large number of garbage

2. Large amount of garbage

3. Larger amount of garbage

4. Largest amount of garbage

5. No Correction Required

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Que. 4. Harry is junior than Sam, but his work ethics are better.

1. may be junior than

2. is junior

3. may be junior

4. is junior to

5. No correction required

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Que. 5. When he took his car to the garage, the mechanic used a jack and wrench to fix the puncture on his back tyres.

1. A jack wrench

2. A jack and an wrench

3. A jack and a wrench

4. The jack and an wrench

5. No correction required

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Que. 6. It is wrongly thought that girls like to play only with dolls.

1. that the girls

2. that a girls

3. that an girls

4. that girl

5. No correction required

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Que. 7. No less than fifteen politicians have corruption cases registered against them.

1. A little less than

2. Little less than

3. A fewer than

4. No fewer than

5. No Correction Required

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Que. 8. I wish to agree more with Modi on the issue of demonetisation. He’s absolutely right.

1. I wouldn’t agree with Modi

2. I could agree more with Modi

3. I couldn’t agree more with Modi

4. I wanted more agreement with Modi

5. No improvement

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Que. 9. Like the corporate sectors the Banks to through the Group Code of Business Conduct & Ethics, has to adopt a ‘zero-tolerance’ approach to bribery and corruption.

1. Through the Group Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

2. Too through the Group Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

3. Will to through the Group Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

4. May to through the Group Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

5. No improvement

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Que. 10. I begged different on the issue that Indian economy overtaking the U.K is a small thing, since there was a time when we were their slaves. And hence surpassing them is a huge accomplishment.

1. I begged differently

2. I am begging different

3. I begged to a lot different

4. I beg to differ

5. No improvement

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