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Expected English Questions for IBPS SO Pre Exam- Set 9
 
Question 1
Directions: (1 to 5): Below, a passage is given with five labeled blanks. Below the passage, five options are given for each blank, choose the word that fits each blank most appropriately in the context of the passage and mark the corresponding answer.   There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and, ...
Directions: (1 to 5): Below, a passage is given with five labeled blanks. Below the passage, five options are given for each blank, choose the word that fits each blank most appropriately in the context of the passage and mark the corresponding answer.
 
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of healthcare, unsafe shelter, lack of safe drinking water and sanitation. A grotesquely 4) _______distribution of income means millions of children run the risk of dying from easily treatable diseases. Economic inequality has always been a subject of 5) _____.
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Question 2
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of, ...
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of healthcare, unsafe shelter, lack of safe drinking water and sanitation. A grotesquely 4) _______distribution of income means millions of children run the risk of dying from easily treatable diseases. Economic inequality has always been a subject of 5) _____.
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Question 3
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of, ...
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of healthcare, unsafe shelter, lack of safe drinking water and sanitation. A grotesquely 4) _______distribution of income means millions of children run the risk of dying from easily treatable diseases. Economic inequality has always been a subject of 5) _____.
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Question 4
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of, ...
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of healthcare, unsafe shelter, lack of safe drinking water and sanitation. A grotesquely 4) _______distribution of income means millions of children run the risk of dying from easily treatable diseases. Economic inequality has always been a subject of 5) _____.
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Question 5
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of, ...
There exists a highly unequal distribution of incomes and 1) _________within countries and between countries. While billions of people enjoy 2) _______and good health, more than one billion people live in 3) _________ poverty, struggling for mere survival every day. The poorest of the poor face the daily life-and-death challenges of insufficient nutrition, lack of healthcare, unsafe shelter, lack of safe drinking water and sanitation. A grotesquely 4) _______distribution of income means millions of children run the risk of dying from easily treatable diseases. Economic inequality has always been a subject of 5) _____.
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Question 6
Directions (6 to 10): Rearrange the following six sentences/ group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them   A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food, ...
Directions (6 to 10): Rearrange the following six sentences/ group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them
 
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place.
B) Developing countries want Doha Round commitments to be fulfilled before topics of interest to the West — such as e-commerce and market access for small enterprises — are discussed.
C) The rift between advanced economies and the rest was apparent. Industrial countries have been keen on moving the agenda forward from development, which was the stated focus of the Doha Round that began in 2001.
D) The 11th biennial ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation ended in a stalemate, with countries divided along industrial and developing lines.
E) The failure of industrial countries to fast-track e-commerce talks, and commitments that reductions in fishing subsidies would not be discussed at least until the next ministerial in 2019, are being seen by India as points in its favour.
F) India is seeing the outcome as a partial success; none of its “offensive” interests were achieved, but its “defensive” interests remain protected.
 
Which of the following is the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?
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Question 7
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place. B), ...
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place.
B) Developing countries want Doha Round commitments to be fulfilled before topics of interest to the West — such as e-commerce and market access for small enterprises — are discussed.
C) The rift between advanced economies and the rest was apparent. Industrial countries have been keen on moving the agenda forward from development, which was the stated focus of the Doha Round that began in 2001.
D) The 11th biennial ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation ended in a stalemate, with countries divided along industrial and developing lines.
E) The failure of industrial countries to fast-track e-commerce talks, and commitments that reductions in fishing subsidies would not be discussed at least until the next ministerial in 2019, are being seen by India as points in its favour.
F) India is seeing the outcome as a partial success; none of its “offensive” interests were achieved, but its “defensive” interests remain protected.
 
Which of the following is the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
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Question 8
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place. B), ...
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place.
B) Developing countries want Doha Round commitments to be fulfilled before topics of interest to the West — such as e-commerce and market access for small enterprises — are discussed.
C) The rift between advanced economies and the rest was apparent. Industrial countries have been keen on moving the agenda forward from development, which was the stated focus of the Doha Round that began in 2001.
D) The 11th biennial ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation ended in a stalemate, with countries divided along industrial and developing lines.
E) The failure of industrial countries to fast-track e-commerce talks, and commitments that reductions in fishing subsidies would not be discussed at least until the next ministerial in 2019, are being seen by India as points in its favour.
F) India is seeing the outcome as a partial success; none of its “offensive” interests were achieved, but its “defensive” interests remain protected.
 
Which of the following is the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
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Question 9
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place. B), ...
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place.
B) Developing countries want Doha Round commitments to be fulfilled before topics of interest to the West — such as e-commerce and market access for small enterprises — are discussed.
C) The rift between advanced economies and the rest was apparent. Industrial countries have been keen on moving the agenda forward from development, which was the stated focus of the Doha Round that began in 2001.
D) The 11th biennial ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation ended in a stalemate, with countries divided along industrial and developing lines.
E) The failure of industrial countries to fast-track e-commerce talks, and commitments that reductions in fishing subsidies would not be discussed at least until the next ministerial in 2019, are being seen by India as points in its favour.
F) India is seeing the outcome as a partial success; none of its “offensive” interests were achieved, but its “defensive” interests remain protected.
 
Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
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Question 10
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in, ...
A) While India’s push to ensure a consensus around a ‘permanent solution’ to the public stockpiling of food for food security purposes was thwarted by the U.S., the “peace clause”, under which countries would not lodge complaints against developing country subsidies to meet their food security needs, remained in place.
B) Developing countries want Doha Round commitments to be fulfilled before topics of interest to the West — such as e-commerce and market access for small enterprises — are discussed.
C) The rift between advanced economies and the rest was apparent. Industrial countries have been keen on moving the agenda forward from development, which was the stated focus of the Doha Round that began in 2001.
D) The 11th biennial ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation ended in a stalemate, with countries divided along industrial and developing lines.
E) The failure of industrial countries to fast-track e-commerce talks, and commitments that reductions in fishing subsidies would not be discussed at least until the next ministerial in 2019, are being seen by India as points in its favour.
F) India is seeing the outcome as a partial success; none of its “offensive” interests were achieved, but its “defensive” interests remain protected.
 
Which of the following is the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
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