English Quiz for SBI PO PRE
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Directions (1-10): In the given passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. Against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case.
With doubt, there is one thing …(1)… to all of us. We have played a game at some time in our lives. Most of us play to relax or have fun, but for many playing a game or a sport is a way to …(2)… poverty behind, In fact, in many African countries, playing professionally can …(3)… the lives of a person’s entire family.
For example, in the small town of Bekoji, in Ethiopia …(4)… than a hundred boys and girls can be seen running at dawn everyday. Each of these youth is …(5)… and serious and their coach is …(6)… that one of them will be a world champion. This seems like an idle …(7)… but it is virtually a gurantee in this small community …(8)… mainly farmers. Many of the fastest male and female distance runners in the world hail from this small town.
A small hand-painted sign which greets visitors outside bekoji …(9)… “Welcome to the village of Athletes”. Children here start running at an early age, …(120)… great distances to fetch water and firewood or to reach school. At the Olympics, runners from this small town are likely to win more medals than those from developed countries. It will give their families a way out of poverty.
Q1. (a) accepted (b) common (c) alike (d) similar (e) popular
Q2. (a) alleviate (b) forgot (c) prevent (d) reduce (e) leave
Q3. (a) changes (b) arrange (c) control (d) transform (e) shift
Q4. (a) further (b) more (c) greater (d) over (e) larger
Q5. (a) concentrated (b) rival (c) focused (d) playful (e)performed
Q6. (a) convince (b) optimist (c) intended (d) privilege (e) confident
Q7. (a) boast (b) suspicion (c) risk (d) worship (e) precaution
Q8. (a) existing (b) that (c) comprising (d) consisting (e) for
Q9. (a) warn (b) inform (c) notices (d) reads (e) wish
Q10. (a) covering (b) driving (c) measuring (d) following (e) competing
‘Similar’ takes preposition ‘in’. And alike is used as, ‘We all are alike in one thing’. So, common is correct.
Since ‘behind’ is there, unquestioningly ‘leave’ is the correct option.
Option (a) is wrong since, no ‘s’ or ‘es’ is suffixed to a verb when using with ‘can’. Hence ‘transform’ is correct.
‘Greater than’ is used with numbers and ‘larger than’ is used with areas, etc. So, “name” is sutiable.
convince is in present tense so it is wrong. One may also get confused with option (b) but ‘confident’ goes well with the meaning of the passage.
‘ Comprise something’ or ‘consist of something’ mean the same.
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