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Saturday, June 18, 2016

English Quiz for SBI Clerk Mains 2016 - Set 6


Hello and welcome to exampundit . Here is a set of English Quiz for the upcoming SBI Clerk(Junior Associates) Mains 2016.

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Directions (Q. 1-15): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

For many years, the continent of Africa remained unexplored and hence unknown. The main reason was the inaccessibility to its interior region due to dense forests, wild life, savage tribals, deserts and barren solid hills. Many people tried to explore the land but could not survive the dangers. David Livingstone is among those brave few who not only explored part of Africa but also lived among the tribals bringing them near to social milieu. While others explored with the idea of expanding their respective empires, Livingstone did so to explore its vast and mysterious hinterland, rivers and lakes. He was primarily a religious man and a medical practitioner who tried to help mankind with it.
Livingstone was born in Scotland and was educated to become a doctor and a priest. His exploration started at the beginning of the year 1852. He explored an unknown river in Western Luanda. However, he was reduced to a skeleton during four years of travelling. By this time, he had become famous and when he returned to England for convalescing, entire London, along with Queen Victoria the, turned to welcome him. After a few days, he returned to Africa.
He discovered the origin of the River Nile in 1866. He again suffered many discomforts. He became too sick and could not even walk. He lost contact with rest of the world that grew anxious to know his whereabouts. Ultimately, it was Stanley, the American journalist, who found him after many efforts, but Livingstone had died in a tribal village in 1873. His body was brought to London and buried in Westminster with full honour.

1. Which of the following shows that Livingstone had become very famous?
1) Queen Victoria along with the people of London had come to meet him.
2) Queen Victoria arranged for his medical expenses.
3) The tribals were grateful to him for bringing them in the social mainstream.
4) He was assigned the task of a priest although he was a medical professional.
5) None of these


2. Why were people not aware of the existence of Africa?
1) It was inaccessible due to oceanic reefs.
2) Its territory was covered with dense forests.
3) People outside the continent were chased away by native tribals.
4) Explorers were afraid of the risks involved.
5) None of these


3. Livingstone deserves credit for which of the following?
1) For expanding his empire
2) For enjoying the wild life of the continent
3) For exploring part of Africa and living among the tribals
4) For quenching his thirst for living in the company of nature
5) None of these


4. What was the impact of the four-year travelling on Livingstone?
1) He could enjoy a social life among tribals’ society.
2) He derived satisfaction with the exploration of an unknown river.
3) He derived satisfaction as he became very famous.
4) It badly affected his health.
5) None of these


5. The American journalist Stanley can be credited for which of the following?
(A) Performing the last rites of Livingstone’s dead body.
(B) Relentless efforts for finding out the whereabouts of Livingstone.
(C) The anxiety to explore undiscovered parts of the world.
1) (A) and (B) only
2) (B) and (C) only
3) (A) and (C) only
4) (B) only
5) (C) only


6. Livingstone can best be described by which of the following?
1) A person with an urge for exploration of unknown parts of the world
2) A person with religious mindset
3) A social reformer
4) A warm-hearted medical practitioner
5) A famous priest popular among the British


7. Livingstone became too sick to walk and, as a result,
(A) people in the world lost contact with him
(B) his whereabouts were not known.
(C) American journalist Stanley could not locate him despite many efforts.
1) (A) only
2) (B) only
3) (C) only
4) (A) and (C) only
5) None of these


8. In what way were Livingstone’s exploration efforts different from those of others?
1) Livingstone’s exploration was restricted only to unknown rivers whereas others explored dense forests.
2) Others explored with selfish motives; Livingstone explored to know the mysterious parts of the world.
3) Others explored new parts of the world for wealth, but Livingstone did so for religious purposes.
4) Being a medical practitioner, he tried to explore medicines; others did for tribal population.
5) None of these


9. Which of the following was/were explored by Livingstone?
(A) A river in Western Luanda
(B) Scotland
(C) The origin of river Nile
1) (A) and (B) only
2) (B) and (C) only
3) (A) and (C) only
4) (A) only
5) (B) only


Directions (Q. 10-12): Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage.


10. exploration
1) execution 2) cultivation 3) foundation
4) discovery 5) assimilation

11. turned
1) rotated 2) twisted 3) spinned
4) revolved 5) arrived


12. rest
1) remaining 2) relax 3) respite
4) break 5) most


Directions (Q. 13-15): Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word given in bold as used in the passage.

13. barren
1) uncultivated 2) fertile 3) forest
4) unlevelled 5) marshy


14. vast
1) miniature 2) magnified 3) enormous
4) gigantic 5) small


15. dense
1) crowded 2) dark 3) sparse

4) transparent 5) opaque




And the winners are.........

  1. Ruchi - 15/15
  2. Chitrarth - 14/15
  3. Sourav - 14/15




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