English Practice Set for RBI Grade B - Part-20

English Practice Set RBI Grade B - Part-20

Below the sections (A),(B),(C),(D),(E) are provided among which one section is logically incorrect. You need to find out the correct rearrangement of meaningful sentence opting out the wrong or illogical section. Choose the option that represents the correct arrangement and marks the option accordingly.

Question no. 1

The rural context is not just economics A) / rural sector should get to operate in a favourable

economic environment B)/ it is closely intertwined with ‘a way of life’ C)/ As serious analysts always remind us D)/ and so is also a cultural issue E)
1. ABCE
2. DBEC
3. DBCA
4. DACE
5. BCED

Solution:

4.  As serious analysts always remind us, the rural context is not just economics, it is closely intertwined with ‘a way of life’ and so is also a cultural issue.

Question no. 2

whereas the index of consumer prices relevant to the rural areas rose by 16 percent A)/agricultural growth has been, on average lower than that in non-agriculture, including industry B) / since employment outside of agriculture has not been growing fast enough C)/ but the rate of decline of the population D)/ dependent on agriculture has been discouragingly low E)
1. BAEC
2. CBAD
3. BDEC
4. CBEA
5. BAED

Solution: 

3. Agricultural growth has been, on average, lower than that in non-agriculture, including industry; but the rate of decline of the population dependent on agriculture has been discouragingly low since employment outside of agriculture has not been growing fast enough.

Question no. 3

Since Independence, one of the primary objectives of India’s agricultural policy A) / the share of institutional credit to agricultural gross domestic product B) / their dependence on informal credit C) / to institutional credit and reduce D)/ has been to improve farmers’ access E)
1. ABED
2. AEBC
3. AEDB
4. AEDC
5. CEAB

Solution: 

4. Since Independence, one of the primary objectives of India’s agricultural policy has been to improve farmers’ access to institutional credit and reduce their dependence on informal credit.

Question no. 4

since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war A)/ by the fighting on its border B)/ Israel has studiously avoided getting sucked in C)/ for more than four years D)/ has refrained from taking sides E)
1. DAEB
2. DACB
3. AEBD
4. AECD
5. DBAE

Solution: 

2. For more than four years since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war, Israel has studiously avoided getting sucked in by the fighting on its border.

Question no. 5

has coincided with large-scale A)/ in Africa, Latin America and Asia B) / give dignity to the downtrodden C)/ the growth of the faith D)/ economic reform and urban migration E)
1. DCAB
2. DBCE
3. BDAE
4. ECBA
5. EBAC

Solution:

3.  In Africa, Latin America and Asia, the growth of the faith has coincided with large-scale economic reform and urban migration.

Question no. 6

A mixture of princely patronage A) / complemented the broader themes of the Renaissance B) / in a remote corner of Europe to become a global movement C) / what could have ended up as just another minor protest D)/ personal stubbornness and chance led E)
1. AEDC
2. ADBC
3. AECB
4. ABCD
5. EABD

Solution: 

1. A mixture of princely patronage, personal stubbornness and chance led what could have ended up as just another minor protest in a remote corner of Europe to become a global movement.

Question no. 7

of the 21st century, with many commentators A)/ behind the rise of populism B)/ citing it as a significant factor C)/ Inequality is one of the big political issues D)/ elevation of a property billionaire to the American presidency E)
1. BEAC
2. DACB
3. BDCA
4. DEBC
5. BAED

Solution: 

2. Inequality is one of the big political issues of the 21st century, with many commentators citing it as a significant factor behind the rise of populism.

Question no. 8

The site of both a brutal roundup A) / of the Ukranian farmgirl who hides them B)/ of the Jewish population C)/ In November 1941 a Ukranian town is D)/ and the building of a highway for the 1,000-year Reich E)
1. DAEC
2. DCAE
3. DCEB
4. DCEA
5. DACE

Solution: 

5. In November 1941 a Ukranian town is the site of both a brutal roundup of the Jewish population and the building of a highway for the 1,000-year Reich.

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