MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz – 22

MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz

English Language is a part of almost all major competitive exams in the country and is perhaps the most scoring section also. Aspirants who regularly practice questions have a good chance of scoring well in the English Language Section. So here we are providing you with the MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz to help you prepare better. This MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz includes all of the most recent pattern-based questions, as well as Previous Year Questions. This MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz is available to you at no cost. Candidates will be provided with a detailed explanation of each question in this MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz. Candidates must practice this MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz to achieve a good score in the English Language Section.

MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz – 22

Aspirants have a strong possibility of scoring well in the English Language section if they practice quality questions on a regular basis. This section takes the least amount of time if the practice is done every day in a dedicated manner. In this article, we have come up with the MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz to help you prepare better. Candidates will be provided with a detailed solution for each question in this MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz. This MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz includes a variety of questions ranging in difficulty from easy to tough. This MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz is totally FREE. This MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz has important English Language Questions and Answers that will help you improve your exam score. Aspirants must practice this MISSION BANKING 2023 English Language Quiz in order to be able to answer questions quickly and efficiently in upcoming exams.


Directions (1-5): In each question, the word at the top of the table is used in four different ways, numbered (a) to (d). Choose the option in which the usage of the word is INCORRECT or INAPPROPRIATE. If it is used correctly in every sentence choose option (e) as your choice.



(a) He was the first to demand the arrest of the proscribed Girondists.

(b) Votes for the appropriation of the revenue shall not pass unless proscribed by the governor-general.

(c) Yet later the co p e seems to have been authoritatively proscribed with the rest.

(d) Strikes remained proscribed in the armed forces.

(e) Before it was proscribed by the French, the manufacture of gunpowder was general.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. b

Exp. Recommend should be used in place of proscribed.

Proscribe means to condemn, to forbid and does not mean to prescribe, to recommend, to direct.



(a) I was reticent to interfere with the honest exercise of directors’ discretion.

(b) Christian teachers during the 19th century grew more reticent in regard to future punishment.
(c) Danger appears not to stir him, but he becomes reticent when asked about his work.
(d) This is rather rare, with many other sites providing online services being extremely reticent about who they are really.

(e) Although he is reticent on the subject of his private life in interviews, has been married twice.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. a

Exp. The use of reticent is wrong in option (a). The correct word will be Reluctant.

Reticent means shy, restrained and does not mean reluctant.



(a) His voice challenging his audience to rise and refute him

(b) The evidence provided by the prosecutor will refute the defendant’s claim of innocence.

(c) The politician won the debate when his opponent could not refute his employment figures.

(d) Many church authorities refute the idea Christ was actually born on December 25th.

(e) The millionaire’s greedy children will refute he is insane in order to control his estate.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. e

Exp. In option (e) the correct word is allege

Refute means to prove to be false and does not mean to allege to be false, to try to refute



(a) His piercing gaze went to her, and she felt compelled to answer him.

(b) Fred’s statement compelled far more then Dean would have offered and he cringed at the old man’s candor.

(c) A sense of duty compelled Harry to answer her questions

(d) He tried to focus on the book again, but after a few minutes something compelled him to look at her.

(e) I was compelled to evade her question, for I could not explain to her the mystery of a self-existent being.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. b

Exp. Volunteered will be used in place of compelled.

Compelled means to be forced or obligated to doing something and not to do something voluntarily by choice.



(a) The other guests, disinterested by his technical answers to her questions, formed their own pockets of conversations.

(b) A banker is under an obligation to give disinterested advice

(c) Her father was so disinterested in her progress that he only visited the school once.
(d) The social feeling that inspired this disinterested act showed itself in other ways.

(e) His heart was kind and his affections were strong; he was magnanimous and disinterested, simple and honest.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. a

Exp. The use of disinterested in option (a) is incorrect and bored will be used instead.

Disinterested means Indifferent, having no feelings and it does not mean Being bored with something


Directions (6-10): Five statements are given below, labelled a, b, c, d and e. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the paragraph.


  1. (a) At a time when there was compelling need for a bold and path-breaking budget to bring relief to tens of millions of people adversely affected by demonetization,

(b) Yet another area where it was relatively easy to provide relief was in increasing the allocation for providing pensions to elderly people from weaker sections, including widows and disabled people.

(c) The NDA government has come up with an ordinary, business-as-usual budget which fails to meet expectations of people and the needs of the economy in very critical times

(d) Even after the presentation of the budget this light is not visible.

(e) The people have been repeatedly assured of light at the end of the tunnel but they have failed to see it after the much-publicised 50 days.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. b

Exp. Option (b) is not part of coherent paragraph as in the paragraph , author is sharing his views regarding budget presentation and people affected by demonetization but in option (b) there is information about allocation to weaker sections.


  1. (a) The reference in the Union Budget to new elimination targets for some major communicable diseases barely hints at the enormous burden carried by millions in India with tuberculosis, kala-azar, filariasis, leprosy and measles.

(b) It would appear incongruous that an emerging economy with no timetable for universal health coverage and a lack of political will to loosen its purse strings for higher government expenditure has set ambitious deadlines to rid itself of deadly scourges.

(c) The promise of a well-funded five-year scheme to meet the TB challenge beginning in 2017 is welcome, although steady progress towards the new elimination deadline of 2025 will also depend on improved capabilities in the health system to meet the daily drugs requirement and a feeling of ownership at the State level.

(d) If good medical protocol is pursued, pockets of filariasis in many States can be removed.

(e) Having set concrete goals, the Centre must now demonstrate its seriousness by moving away from the flawed policies of the past.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. d

Exp. Option (d) is not a part of coherent paragraph because in the paragraph , there is information of contribution in the union budget for curing the diseases like tuberculosis, kala-azar and their logical sequence is abec , option(d) imparts  information regarding filariasis in particular.


  1. (a) For me there are two Kolkatas.

(b) Thirty years I walked its winding streets, drank its sweet milky tea and breathed its acetic air, happily and with gusto.

(c) The Kolkata I lived in thirty years ago and the Kolkata I now visit. In fact, the Kolkata I grew up in had a different name, Calcutta.

(d) I lived in succession in Mechua Bazar, College Street, Ballygunj and Alipore – the first two in modest areas, and the last two, especially the last, in elite environs.

(e) A breathtaking variety of cuisine, Indian and Indianized western food, offers the gourmand a tantalizing temptation.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. e

Exp. Option(e) is not a part of coherent paragraph. As other options talk about the city Kolkata and his living place while option(d) tells about the cuisine hence it is the correct choice.


  1. (a) The protests that have convulsed Romania are the largest since the fall of communism in the country in 1989.

(b) The move has impressed neither the citizens of Romania, nor European Union officials in Brussels.

(c)When Romania joined the EU in 2007, the precondition of membership — strict enforcement of the rule of law — sat uneasily with the realities on the ground.

(d) The popular outcry against such a blatant move to relax the rules should have been anticipated by the government, especially as it had a direct bearing on the Social Democratic Party (PSD), which heads the current coalition.

(e) Hundreds of thousands of Romanians have taken to the streets against the government’s attempt to decriminalise graft involving sums below a certain threshold, ostensibly for practical reasons.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. c

Exp. Option (c) is not a part of coherent paragraph. Other options are telling us about the protests in Romania while Option(c) which is though a part of the same article is of different timeline and thus is irrelevant to the theme of this paragraph. Hence option (c) is true.


  1. (a) At the same time, States cannot remain forever insulated from the need to upgrade educational standards.

(b) The State has taken the legislative route to grant itself exemption from the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test , a uniform examination that will decide admission to medical courses all over the country.

(c) It is a measured gambit by Tamil Nadu.

(d)The Bills are likely to displease the Supreme Court, which insists that NEET marks be the sole basis for admission.

(e)The two Bills passed by the State Assembly seek to retain its present admission system for under-graduate and post-graduate medical courses based on marks obtained by students in their higher secondary school examination.

Answer & Explanation
Ans. a

Exp.  Only option (a) is a correct choice as other options are forming a coherent paragraph and their logical sequence is cbed. Option (a) cannot come after option (d) hence is the correct choice.

Recommended PDF’s for 2023:

2023 Preparation Kit PDF

Most important PDF’s for Bank, SSC, Railway and Other Government Exam : Download PDF Now

AATMA-NIRBHAR Series- Static GK/Awareness Practice Ebook PDF Get PDF here
The Banking Awareness 500 MCQs E-book| Bilingual (Hindi + English) Get PDF here
AATMA-NIRBHAR Series- Banking Awareness Practice Ebook PDF Get PDF here
Computer Awareness Capsule 2.O Get PDF here
AATMA-NIRBHAR Series Quantitative Aptitude Topic-Wise PDF 2020 Get PDF here
Memory Based Puzzle E-book | 2016-19 Exams Covered Get PDF here
Caselet Data Interpretation 200 Questions Get PDF here
Puzzle & Seating Arrangement E-Book for BANK PO MAINS (Vol-1) Get PDF here




Leave a Reply