English Quiz for RBI Grade B Phase I & BMSB PO 2016 - Set 13

Hello and welcome to exampundit . Here is a set of English Quiz for upcoming RBI Grade B Phase I and BMSB PO 2016 Exams.

Rearrange the following seven sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below.

A. They have to, therefore necessarily devise strategies for product differentiation and pricing, market segmentation and efficient portfolio management.
B. There is a great need for the banks to fully exploit these sectors to achieve a win-win situation for both-the farm and non-farm sector units and the blanks.
C. The time has now come to consolidate on the gains of the past decades of nationalized banking.
D. This means banks will no longer be operating in  “seller’s market”.
E. Undoubtedly, an untapped and vibrant market for commercial banking exists in the farm and non-farm sectors of rural economy.
F. Then, and only then, could it be claimed that the nationalization has, at least to some extent, achieved the purpose of nationalization.
G. The present era of financial liberalization and globalized banking would entail that banks equip themselves to face the rigorous of a highly competitive financial market.

1. Which of the following should be SECOND sentence in the arrangement?
(a)     G              (b)      F            (c)       E             (d)            D    (e)     C

2. Which of the following should be THIRD sentence in the arrangement?
(a)    G               (b)        F          (c)          A          (d)      D          (e)     B

3.     Which of the following should be FIFTH sentence in the arrangement?
                 (a)           G        (b)         F         (c)      E              (d)     B           (e) D

4.     Which of the following should be FIRST sentence in the arrangement?
                 (a)    G               (b)      F            (c)           E         (d)         D       (e)    C

5.   Which of the following should be FIRST sentence in the arrangement?
                 (a)   G                (b)     F             (c)      E              (d)      C          (e)     D


Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. Mark the number of that part with error as your answer. If there is no error, mark (e).

6. The information supplied (a)/ to us were not as (b)/ useful as we first(c)/ thought it would be (d)/ No error (e).

7. The man (a)/ appears to have seen (b)/ more happier (c) / days (d)/ No error (e).

8. I am very thirsty (a)/ give me (b)/ little water(c)/ to drink (d)/No error (e).

9. Everybody was (a)/ in the garden(b)/amusing(c)/ themselves (d)/ No error(e).

10. If I was you (a)/ I would not (b)/ attend(c)/ the function (d)/No error (e).

6. (b) ‘Was not’ in place of ‘ were not’
7. (c) ‘Happier’ in place of ‘more happier’
8. (c) ‘A little water’ in place of ‘little water’.
9. (d) ‘Himself’ in place of ‘themselves’.
10. (a) ’If I  were’ in place of ‘if I was’


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