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ENGLISH QUIZ for All Bank Exams like IBPS PO Clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI & LIC 10

ENGLISH QUIZ for All Bank Exams like IBPS PO Clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI & LIC 10

Directions (Q. 1-10): 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 blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

Some places are so beautiful that they (1) the viewer for all eternity. So it was for Emperor Muhammad Zahiruddin Babur, the 16th-century monarch who (2) away his time in the pleasure gardens of Kabul before heading south to India in 1525 to (3) the Mughal Empire. Though Babur built a dynasty that was to last for 300 years, he never (4) his beloved Kabul, and (5) vast riches to recreate the gardens (6) the subcontinent. Those Mughal gardens, as they are now (7), grace ancient capitals from Delhi to Srinagar with their (8) vistas and strict architectural symmetry. But, Babur never really (9) at home in India and asked that (10) his death his body be returned to Kabul and laid to rest in his favourite garden.
1. 
1) attracted 
2) haunt 
3) fascinated
4) accommodate
5) implore

2. 
1) cast
2) fed 
3) gave
4) whiled
5) deported

3. 
1) establish
2) travelled 
3) crown
4) situate
5) find

4. 
1) reached 
2) visited 
3) saw
4) remembered
5) forgot

5. 
1) accumulates 
2) confiscated 
3) exhausted
4) demanded
5) looted

6. 
1) into
2) over 
3) overlooking
4) throughout
5) encroaching

7. 
1) destroyed
2) dilapidated 
3) rebuilt
4) inhabited
5) known

8. 
1) elegant 
2) notorious 
3) obnoxious
4) fragrant
5) infrequent

9. 
1) went
2) dwelt 
3) felt
4) rested
5) enjoyed

10. 
1) before
2) upon 
3) till
4) in
5) at  

Directions (Q 11- 15): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.) 

11. Many believe that 1) / nothing could have 2)/ avoided the war 3)/ between America and Iraq. 4) / No error 5)
12. The instructions clearly 1)/ state that 2) / each item is having 3) / two options. 4) / No error 5) 
13. The postman was polite 1)/ and said he regretted 2) / at the delay 3) / in delivery. 4) / No error 5) 
14. They have invited 1) / Sushma and I 2) / for the meeting to be 3) / held in the next month. 4) / No error 5)
15. The city people stayed 1) / fearlessly despite of 2) / rumour of terrorist attack 3)/ in the area.4)/ No error 5)

Answers
1. (2) 
2. (4) 
3. (1) 
4. (5) 
5. (3)
6. (4) 
7. (5) 
8. (1) 
9. (5)
10. (2)
11. (3); Substitute 'averted' for 'avoided 
12. (3); Replace 'each' with 'every'
13. (3); Delete 'at'
14. (2); Substitute 'me' for 'I' because it (me) is the object of 'invited'
15. (2); Delete 'of' after 'despite


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