Sentences Rearrangement MCQ for Indian Bank/IBPS PO 2018: 06 Sep

Sentences Rearrangement MCQ for Indian Bank/IBPS PO 2018: 06 Sep

Sentences Rearrangement MCQ for Indian Bank/IBPS PO 2018: 06 Sep

1. If sentence (E), “For the Indians to complain about the English is like the alcoholic complaining about wine merchants” is the last sentence. Then what is the order of other sentences after rearrangement?
(A) Indians are as much responsible for it as are the British, if not more: ‘It is not the English who have enslaved the Indians, but the Indians who have enslaved themselves.’
(B) At the heart of the letter lies Tolstoy’s explanation of colonialism in India.
(C) There is the controversial Letter to a Hindoo.
(D) If the English have enslaved Indians it is because the latter ‘recognised, and still recognise, force as the fundamental principle of social order.’
(E) For the Indians to complain about the English is like the alcoholic complaining about wine merchants.
(F) In accord with this principle, they submitted to their little rajahs, and on their behalf struggled against one another, fought the Europeans and the English.
  1. BCDAF
  2. CFADB
  3. AFDCB
  4. ADFCB
  5. CBADF
2. If sentence (A), “This particularly occurred in the early thirties” is the second sentence then which of the following sentences does not fit into the paragraph formed after rearranging other sentences.
(A) This particularly occurred in the early thirties.
(B) According to socialism, birth had nothing to do with superiority or inferiority, merit or lack of it in an individual.
(C) When there was intense need of spirituality and religion biased movements.
(D) Jawaharlal Nehru brought the National Movement led by Gandhi still closer to the hearts and minds of people.
(E) Socialism was a new humanist doctrine that swore by equality, freedom and social justice.
(F) Lastly, and most importantly, socialism stood for classlessness and equality.
(G) Similarly, it did not matter whether the colour of skin of a person was black, white or brown.
  1. (C)
  2. (E)
  3. (G)
  4. (A)
  5. (D)
3. Four statements are given below in which there may be some errors. Mark the incorrect statement as your answer. If all the statements are incorrect, mark 5 i.e All are incorrect as the answer.
  1. Investing in a bigger, faster telecommunications network will have a big payoff for India as that network combines with one of the most radically life-altering developments of the last decade: the emergence of moderately priced mobile devices.
  2. India is sure to witness a customer-driven revolution on a scale we’ve never seen before – in education, financial services, health care, entertainment, and almost every conceivable aspect of life.
  3. India has a huge number of people whose banking needs are under served. The government’s many projects, led by Nandan Nilekani, is creating enormous new possibilities for e-commerce.
  4. The creative potential of India’s people can be seen in Silicon Valley, where India-born entrepreneurs account for 40% of startups. Just think what will happen when India’s entrepreneurial innovators are able to create great global companies without leaving their country.
  5. All are incorrect.
4. Four statements are given below in which there may be some errors. Mark the incorrect statement as your answer. If all the statements are incorrect, mark 5 i.e All are incorrect as the answer.
  1. Global forecasts suggest that India is poised to be the third largest economy in the world up to 2030.
  2. History is replete with examples of nations that have risen from every adversity to transform them into
    global economic powers.
  3. To my mind, the Make in India initiative has been insightfully crafted for addressing some of the most fundamental challenges facing the economy today.
  4. It is welcome that concerted effort is made at the centre and states to improve the ease of doing business and foster an environment where investment is encouraged.
  5. All are incorrect.
5. Four statements are given below in which there may be some errors. Mark the incorrect statement as your answer. If all the statements are incorrect, mark 5 i.e All are incorrect as the answer.
  1. The authors compare this second half of the chessboard to Moore’s Law about the relentless doubling of digital computing power about every two years.
  2. Until the steam engine, which was physical and doubled in performance every 70 years, computers “get better, faster than anything else, ever,” says Brynjolfsson.
  3. Now add the spread of the Internet to both people and things — soon everyone on the planet will have a smartphone, and every cash register, aeroplane engine, student iPad and thermostat will be broadcasting digital data via the Internet.
  4. The inventor suggested rice to feed his family. He asked the king to simply place a grain of rice on the first square of a chessboard and then have each subsequent square receive twice as many grains as the previous.
  5. All are incorrect.
Directions (6-10): Fill up the blanks with a suitable pair of words from the options given below to make a meaningful sentence.
6. ________ hearing the news he felt ________ because his hard work had not borne fruit.
  1. After, embellished
  2. At, crestfallen
  3. On, dejected
  4. While, elated
  5. At, forlorn
7. He did ________ but ________ .
  1. nothing, complained
  2. all, this
  3. everything, passed
  4. nothing, grudge
  5. None of these
8. Please ________ the grease ________ the floor.
  1. wipe, in
  2. scour, off
  3. take, from
  4. remove, at
  5. None of these
9. He is so ________ that everyone gives him a ________ berth at the parties.
  1. insolent, side
  2. rough, escape
  3. boring, wide
  4. rude, remote
  5. None of these
10. The cashier along with his ________ has been indicted in a case of ________ .
  1. colleague, peculation
  2. subordinate, fraudulent
  3. accomplice, hoax
  4. associate, embezzle
  5. None of these

Answers:

  1. 5
  2. 1
  3. 3
  4. 5
  5. 2
  6. 3
  7. 4
  8. 2
  9. 3
  10. 1
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