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April 18, 2017

SBI PO Previous Papers : English Language - Fill Up the Blanks (Double Spaces) - Set 1

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English Language - Fill Up the Blanks (Double Spaces)

Directions (1-10) : Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete. (SBI Associate Banks PO Exam 14.02.1999) 
  1. Vision is usually ___________ most effectively when many different ___________ are used.
    1. developed - manifestations
    2. adapted - organisations
    3. communicated - vehicles
    4. exhibited - forms
    5. described - thought
  2. People who have been through difficult, painful and not very ___________  change efforts often end up ___________  both pessimistic and angry conclusions.
    1. successful - drawing
    2. meaningful - projecting
    3. reliable - evolving
    4. strong - following
    5. challenging - lamenting
  3. The human mind is never ___________  it advances or it ___________
    1. absolute - diminishes
    2. dynamic - stops
    3. perfect - disintegrates
    4. stationary - retrogrades
    5. happy - decomposes
  4. If misery is the effect of ill-fortune, it ought to be pitied if of ___________  to be ___________
    1. virtue - criticised
    2. calamity - reverenced
    3. virtue - protected
    4. vice- reverenced
    5. virtue - reverenced
  5. It would be impossible for us to continue living in this world if each of us ___________ exactly, what fate had in ___________  for him.
    1. follow - plan
    2. appreciate - strategy
    3. design - anticipation
    4. visualise - hidden
    5. knew - store 
  6. It is the ___________   of selfishness for men, who fully ___________  in their own case the great advantages of good education, to deny these advantages to women.
    1. parody- demand
    2. height - appreciate
    3. height - assimilate
    4. degree - appreciate
    5. level - advance
  7. The learner should be ___________  to take a small first step one that will provide immediate success and ___________  the learning.
    1. encouraged - reinforce
    2. forced - organise
    3. directed - reorganise
    4. cautioned - reinforce
    5. encouraged - aknowledge
  8. His death ___________  many tributes than have been paid at the ___________  of any other human being in history.
    1. brought - passing
    2. directed - helm
    3. delivered - description
    4. invited - living
    5. acknowledged - prepetuation
  9. Only with executive ___________  can the organisation concentrate its energies on ___________ competitive advantage over time.
    1. position - embarking
    2. deployment - directing
    3. contingent - fabricating
    4. commitment - sustaining
    5. satisfaction - moulding
  10. All the performances of human art, at which we look with praise or wonder, are ___________  of the restless ___________  of perserverence.
    1. manifestations - pronoun-cement
    2. projections - component
    3. instances - force
    4. proofs - humanity
    5. visions - future
Directions (11-15) : In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pair of words denoted by numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make the sen-tence meaningfully complete. (SBI Banks PO Exam. 20.08.2000) 

11. He objected to the proposal be-cause it was founded on a ___________  principle and also was ___________  at time.
  1. faulty - desirable
  2. imperative - reasonable
  3. wrong - inconvenient
  4. sound - acceptable
  5. unconforming - deplorable 
12. The criterion for ___________  a player should be his recent performance; but unfortunately, the journalists are ___________  to be carried away by earlier successes.
  1. condemning - satisfying
  2. judging - prone
  3. revealing - reluctant
  4. eager - acclaiming
  5. criticising - clean 
13. For the last half century he ___________  himself to public affairs ___________  taking a holiday.
  1. by - committed
  2. after - offered
  3. devoted - without
  4. sacrffied - after
  5. prepared - before 
14. You will see signs of ___________  everywhere, which speak well for the ___________  of these people.
  1. decoration- senses
  2. clear - debris
  3. beauty - careful
  4. industry- prosperity
  5. repairs - extravaganza 
15. The police arrested Ramesh on a ___________ of theft but for lack of evidence ___________  him.
  1. crime - imprisoned
  2. punished - complaint
  3. left - condition
  4. tip - absconding
  5. charge - released 
Directions (16-20) : Each question below has two blanks. There are five pairs of words below the sentence. Each pair is numbered. Choose the pair of words which can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same order so as to complete the sentence meaningfully. (SBI Banks PO Exam. 11.02.2001) 
16. This book is readable, clear and ___________  researched with  ___________  detailed references.
  1. fabulously, intricate
  2. meticulously, extensive
  3. leisurely, complete
  4. hardly, notional
  5. closely, scattered 
17. The interest has  ___________  innovation related to several sectors of  ___________  pharmaceutical business and industry.
  1. accepted, skeletal
  2. insured, fateful
  3. affected, plummeting
  4. restricted, grown
  5. accelerated, burgeoning 
18. The Indian hospitality industry which has been ___________  a prolonged slump is now entering a new  ___________  phase ready to enhance profitability.
  1. witnessing, ambitious
  2. observing, listless
  3. demonstrating, efficient
  4. recovering, debt
  5. succumbing, lean 
19. The new policy seeks to ___________  a process of widespread participation of people ___________ the way for more effective implementation.
  1. amend, opening
  2. halt, propelling
  3. generate, paving
  4. diagnose, resulting
  5. identify, dithering 
20. Journalism is a ___________  for truth, a crusade to  ___________   injustice and wrong doing.
  1. product, limit
  2. boon, justify
  3. travesty, attack
  4. quest, expose
  5. search, optimise 
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