New pattern English questions for SBI PO: Part 4

Directions: In the following exercise, three different sentences with pair of words (A/B) are give. You have to decide which word is correct according to the sentence and answer in the order like ABC.

Ques 1

I. The meal includes a dessert (A)/desert (B).
II. These are the principal (A)/principle (B) cities of our country.
III. His father is a stationary (A)/stationery (B) supplier.
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB




Ques 2

I. She is averse (A)/adverse (B) to smoking and drinking.
II. The government is trying to end the elicit (A)/illicit (B) drugs trade.
III. Milk will be delivered at your doorstep from our dairy (A)/ diary (B).
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques 3

I. They are planning to adopt (A)/ adapt (B) a child.
II. He said that his health would not effect (A)/ affect (B) his performance.
III. Accessories are an important compliment (A)/ complement (B) to ladies attire.
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques 4

I. He should take advise (A)/ advice (B) from his doctor.
II. I don't want to lose (A)/ loose (B) the opportunity.
III. Please give me a peace (A)/ piece (B) of cheese.
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques 5

I. They all believe in God and His angels, His scriptures, and His profit (A)/Prophets (B).
II. These gentle people consider the tiny isle (A)/aisle (B) their home.
III. They work every day accept (A)/except (B) Sunday.
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques 6

I. They are allowed to alter (A)/altar (B) the passage.
II. The town is looking beautiful with edition (A)/addition (B) of more lights.
III. I was given an upper birth (A)/berth (B) for sleeping.
1. AAB
2. ABB 
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques  7

I. The sadness she felt was borne (A)/born (B) of fear.
II. Bees often nest in bowls(A)/boles (B) of trees
III. There are eight bits in a byte (A)/bite (B) and 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte.
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques  8

I. He is at peak (A)/peek (B) of his career.
II. She peddled (A)/paddled (B) plastic materials around the country.
III. It's quiet (A)/quite (B) warm outside.
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques 9

I. I think I have taken the right (A)/write (B) decision.
II. He rode (A)/road (B) the child on his back.
III. Its blades are of strong steal (A)/steel (B).
1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 


Ques 10

I. The hotel has two presidential suites (A)/sweets (B).
II. The door was throne (A)/thrown (B) open.
III. We went to London and stayed there (A)/their (B) ten days.1. AAB
2. ABB
3. ABA
4. BAB 



 Answers with Expalnation

Ans 1

1. AAB
Dessert: Sweet dish served after a meal
Principal: Main, important or at higher position
Stationery: Writing and office material like notebooks, pens, paper etc.

Ans 2

3. ABA
Averse: Strong dislike or opposition to something
Illicit: Something illegal or not allowed
Dairy: Relating to milk and milk products

Ans 3

2. ABB
Adopt: Making something legally your own or to follow something
Affect: (Verb) To make a difference or having effect on
Complement: Complete something or someone or to make something perfect

Ans 4

4. BAB
Advice: (Noun) Guidance or recommendation offered, or opinion about what can be done.
Lose: To suffer the loss of something
Piece: A portion of an object or of material, produced by cutting, tearing, or breaking the whole.

Ans 5

4. BAB
Prophet: An inspired teacher or proclaimer of the will of God
Isle: An island or peninsula, especially a small one
Except: Not including; other than

Ans 6

2. ABB
Alter: Change in character or composition
Addition: Adding something
BERTH: A fixed bunk on a ship, train, or other means of transport

Ans 7

3. ABA
Borne: past participle of bear
Bole: The trunk of a tree.
Byte: A group of binary digits or bits (usually eight) operated on as a unit

Ans 8

1. AAB
Peak: The point of highest activity, quality, or achievement
Peddle: Try to sell something by going from place to place
Quite: To a certain or fairly significant extent or degree

Ans 9

1. AAB
Right: Morally good, justified, or acceptable
Rode: past of ride
Steel: An alloy of iron

Ans 10

3. ABA
Suite: A set of rooms
Thrown: Push or force (someone or something) violently and suddenly.
There: Used for place or position
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