10 Important Questions Of Error Spotting of Tenses (Part-2) For SBI Clerk Canara Bank PO Exam 2018

Questions on spotting error of tenses. From below options mark the option as a answer which needed to be corrected and mark d as a option if no correction is required.

1. (a)I have passed/(b)the examination/(c)two years ago /(d)no error

2.(a)Since he joined /(b)this post, he did not take / (c)any bribe/ (d)no error

3 (a)Perhaps you know /(b)that I have passed/ (c)the examination in 1990/(d)no error

4 (a)He has read four plays /(b)written by Shakespeare/(c)by the end of his vacation/(d)no error

5 (a)When they stole/(b)the money/(c)and where did they hide it ?/(d) no error

 6 (a)The teacher/(b)has took/ (c)the responsibility/(d)no error.

7 (a) For time immemorial/(b)sea shells have been used by man/(c)in many ways /(d)no error

8 (a)The river is in spate /(b)and it has overflown/(c)its bank/(d)no error

9 (a) The little boy/(b)had been waiting for his turn/ (c)since a long time /(d)no error

10 (a)This t.v serial/(b)is going on/(c)for 3 years/(d) no error

11 (a) in this early years of the renaissance of bharatnatyam, hereditary dancers have their own set of accompanists/(b) who lived with the dancers and travelled with them from place to place / (c)when they gave performances/(d) no error




10 Important Questions Of Error Spotting of Tenses For SBI Clerk Canara Bank PO Exam 2018

Direction— Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence,the number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (d).

1. (a) when Anand reached his village/ (b) he found that/
(c) the news about him preceeded him/ (d) no error

2. (a) she will already return/ (b ) home (c) when he arrives / (d) no error

3. (a) each one of them / (b) has have his share/ (c) of joy and sorrow / (d) no error

4. (a) this custom/ (b) Has come down / (c)since time immemorial/ (d) no error

5. (a) since his arrival in india ,/ (b)he is visiting as many villages as he can/
(c) to acquire a firsthand knowledge of the rural india/ (d) no error

6. (a) Believe me , I/ (b) am believing/ (c)whatever you have said/ (d) no error

7. (a)It is time/ (b) we should have done / (c)something useful/ (d) no error

8. (a) Mother said , / (b) son / (c) you have finished your homework?”/ (d) no error

9. (a) I am going to buy/ (b) a computer/ (c)when the prices comes down / (d)no error

10.(a)I wish / (b) I have learnt swimming / (c) when I was young / (d)No error




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-7 Words With Fillers For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Pertinent
Syn:Relevant or applicable to a particular matter,Right,Proper

2)Indebtedness
Syn:Debt,Loan,Liability

3)Unveiled
Syn:Uncovered,Exposed,Revealed

4)Promulgate
Syn:Declare,Announce,Anunciate

5)Exempt
Syn:Free from obligation or liability,Absolved,Excluded,Liberate

6) Dismantle
Syn:Demolish,Take to pieces,Wreck

7)Consensus
Syn:General Agreement,Accord,Harmony

8)Contention
Syn:Heated Disagreement,Dissent,Strife

9)Incipient
Syn:Beginning,Initial,Inchoate

10)Reiterated
Syn:Say something again or number of times,Repeat,Retell

11)Percipience
Syn:The quality of having sensitive insight or understanding,judgement

12)Credentials
Syn:Certificates,Endorsement

13)Conciliatory
Syn:Compromising,Irenic

14)Elusive
Syn:Tricky,Baffling,Subtle

15)Sagacity
Syn:the quality of being sagacious,Acumen,Sapience

Fillers From The Hindu Editorial For Practice

1)Maharashtra move is …………..as acute indebtedness among farmers in the State has become almost systematic over the past decades.
a)Dismantling
b)Pertinent
c)Unfasten
d)Ordinance
e)None of the Above

2)Fruits & Vegetable are good place to start ……..monopolies of the sort that Indian industry was freed from 25 year ago.
a)Dismantling
b)Vested
c)Unfasten
d)Promulgate
e)None of the Above

3)The Maharastra govt’s decision to ……….an ordinance this week to ………… farmers from having to mandatorily sell their fruit and vegetable crop at mandis.
a)Said,Free
b)Promulgate,Doing
c)Promulgate,Exempt
d)Ordinance,Traceable
e)None of the Above

4)Maharastra & other states also …………the Centre ambition plan regarding …………among farmers in the state.
a)Unveiled,Benefit
b)Announce,Vested
c)Mandatorily,Exempt
d)Unveiled,Indebtness
e)None of the Above

5)The Congress had ………its …………… in championing the GST during its years in power as proof that it is committed to the tax reform measure,without fully explaining its obstructionism once out of office.
a)Reiterated,Credentials
b)Conciliatory,Contentions
c)Usher,Bipartisan
d)Ordinance,Exempt
e)None of the Above

6)Adopted a …………tone on working with government to hammer out a …………
a)Reiterated,Consensus
b)Vested,Dismantling
c)Conciliatory,Consensus
d)Usher,Bipartisam
e)None of the Above

7)For the BJP & Congress, the next couple of weeks will be real test of political …………in pulling together & delivering on a reform they have both advocated.
a)Shed
b)Sagacity
c)Percipience
d)Ordinance
e)None of the Above

 

 

Answers of Fillers:

1)b

2)a

3)c

4)d

5)a

6)c

7)b

 




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-6 Words For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Tribulation
Syn:Suffering,pain,adversity,unhapiness

2)Allure
Syn:entice,lure,attract,tempt

3)Perish
Syn:decay,die,decline,expire

4)Collate
Syn:Collect & combine,assemble,gather

5)Rampart
Syn:parapet,barricade,barrier

6)Mania
Syn:Madness,mental illness,insanity,dementics

7)Preamble
Syn:Introduction,beginning,preface,prelude

8)Economical
Syn:Parsimonious,thrifty,frugal

9)Baffle
Syn:Puzzle,Perplex,Astound,Dazzle

10)Apex
Syn:Top,zenith,highest point

11)Insolent
Syn:Disrespectful,Audacious,Impudent

12)Innocuous
Syn:Harmless,Banal,Innoxious,Inoffensive

13)Ingenuous
Syn:Innocent,honest,trustful

14)Accomplish
Syn:Achieve,attain,succeed in doing,carry out

15)Superficial
Syn:Shallow,frivolous,without depth

 




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-5 Words For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Infirm
Syn:Weak,frail,feeble,lean

2)Cordial
Syn:Friendly,Congenial,Amicable

3)Sole
Syn:One and Only,Alone,Aloof,Solitary,Singular

4)Onus
Syn:Responsibility,burden,load,obligation

5)Vital
Syn:Necessary,Imperative,Important,Crucial,Essential

6)Dissuade
Syn:hinder,deter,divert,discourage

7)Condone
Syn:Forgive,Excuse,Overlook

8)Anguish
Syn:Agony,pain,soreness,distress

9)Thrive
Syn:Flourish,bloom,prosper

10)Brisk
Syn:quick,vigorous,active,energetic

11)Diligent
Syn:Hardworking,Industrious,Assiduous

12)Compassionate
Syn:Sympathetic,pitful,merciful,benignant

13)Blunder
Syn:Mistake,error,fault,blooperR

14)Coarse
Syn:Rough,Rude,Boorish,Dirty




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-4 Words For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Apprehend
Syn:Arrest,Hold,Catch,Seize

2)Conceal
Syn:Hide,Camouflage,Cover

3)Exhort
Syn:Impel,Push,Prompt,Incite,Encourage

4)Repartee
Syn:Response,Pleasant conversation,retort,banter

5)Poach
Syn:Hunt,smuggle,plunder,illegal practice of treepassing

6)Solitary
Syn:Single,Lonely,Aloof,Monk,Unsociable

7)Meagre
Syn:Inadequate,scant,little,slight

8)Candid
Syn:frank,truthful,straightforward,honest,blunt

9)Decay
Syn:Decompose,rot,deteriorate,fester

10)Lurid
Syn:Shocking,Gruesome,Exaggerated,Horrifying

11)Pognosis
Syn:Forecast,prediction,foretelling,prophet

12)Espionage
Syn:Spying,Surveillance,Undercover

13)Bliss
Syn:Happiness,Joy,Ecstasy,Euphoria

14)Enigma
Syn:Puzzle,Riddle,Conundrum

15)Concurrence
Syn:Agreement,Accord,Unanimity

 




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-3 Words For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Jeopardise
Syn:Endanger,Risk,Imperil

2)Premonition
Syn:Forewarning,ALert,Alarm,Caveat

3)Elude
Syn:Evade,Abstain,Escape,Move away

4)Haughty
Syn:Conceited,Pretentious,Arrogant,Proud

5)Demented
Syn:Idiotic,Mad,Insane

6)Flutter
Syn:Float,Rapidity,Flicker,Quiver

7)Dilate
Syn:Extend,Expand,Widen,Enlarge

8)Obsession
Syn:Preoccupation,Deliberate,Craze,Fad

9)Legitimate
Syn:Legal,lawful,fair & reasonable

10)Exemplary
Syn:Excellent,Commendable,Ideal,Admirable

11)Capricious
Syn:Whimsical,Rapturous,Vagarious

12)Dexerity
Syn:Skillful,Knack,Adroitness,Proficiency

13)Assertive
Syn:Domineering,Affirmative,Bold,Blusterer

14)Knavish
Syn:Unscrupulous,Deceitful,Fraudulent

15)Laconic
Syn:Concise,Brief,Short,Brusque

 




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-2 Words For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Propitiate
Syn:Calm,Soothe,Placate,Appease

2)Ceremonial
Syn:Formal,Ritual,Custom,Stately

3)Derogatory
Syn:Disparaging,Belittling,Scornful

4)Nomadic
Syn:Vagrant,Wandering,Strolling

5)Restive
Syn:Restless,Impatience,Fidgety

6)Erroneously
Syn:By mistake,wrongly,incorrect,inaccurate

7)Capitulate
Syn:surrender,give in,acquiesce

8)Estranged
Syn:Separated,Apart,Alienated,Remove

9)Itinerant
Syn:Travelling from place to place,Excursional,Ambulatory

10)Surmount
Syn:Conquer,Triumph,Vanquish,Overcome

11)Ostentation
Syn:Pomp,Showiness,Boast,Flamboyance

12)Torpid
Syn:Mentally or physically inactive,listless,apathetic,tardy

13)Transparent
Syn:Lucid,Apparent,Clear,Translucent

14)Convict
Syn:Criminal,Condemned,captive,prisoner

15)Gnome
Syn:a small ugly person,bogle,dwarf




Daily Vocabulary Show Day-1 Words For SSC|Bank|IB|Insurance Exams 2017

1)Fidelity
Syn:Faithfulness,Loyalty,Adherence

2)Irreverence:
Syn:Insult,Disrespect,Humiliations

3)Vindicate
Syn:Justify,Prove,Reassert

4)Ravage
Syn:Demolish,Ruin,Havoc

5)Abrogate
Syn:Prohibit,Repeal,Revoke,Annul,Abolish

6)Infructuous
Syn:Fruitless,Unsuccessful,Unprofitable

7)Benevolence
Syn:Kind,Generous,Virtue,Philanthropy

8)Occult
Syn:Mystical,Secret,Clandestine,Supernatural

9)Prudent
Syn:Wise,Astute,Clever,Cautious,Rational

10)Amicable
Syn:Friendly,Cordial,Congenial

11)Successive
Syn:Continously,Consecutive,Incessant

12)Delineate
Syn:Explain,Describe,Portray

13)Garnish
Syn:Decorate,Adorn,Embellish

14)Menace
Syn:Threat,Harm,Danger,Peril

15)Panacea
Syn:Cure all,remedy for all ills or diseases,elixir

 




2003 One Word Substitution For SSC CGL|SSC CPO Exam 2017 Part-1

1)One who studies election trend by means of opinion polls—Psephologist

2)A doctor who treats children—Paediatrician

3)One who can think about the future with imagination and wisdom—Visionary

4)The study of maps —Cartography

5)Tough tissues in joints —Ligament

6)The first model of a new device—Prototype

7)A building where an audience sits—Auditorium

8)Give and receive mutually —Reciprocate

9)A person who breaks into houses in order to steal—Burglar

10)The study of the origin and history of words—Etymology

11)One who can walk on ropes (tightrope walker)—Funambulist

12)One who goes to settle in another country—Emigrant

13)Constant efforts to achieve something—Perseverance

14)A four footed animal—Quadruped

15)Ready to believe anything—Credulous