RBI Grade B

RBI Grade B

Talking about competitive exams, acing the English Section can give a complete edge. To be able to score well in this section, you need to make sure you are well-informed about all the recent patterns of questions that are being asked and practicing them well is equally important. Practice is the only key to crack this section and obtain good marks. To avoid commiting silly errors, you need to devote a lot of time not just to practice but in some research too.

  • Question : 1

    He's still a bit of a square peg in a round hole here, which I'm sure is at least somewhat intentional, but it proves to be somewhat detrimental this time around.

    Answer: someone who does not fit in a particular place or situation


  • Question : 2

    You're walking on thin ice by continuing to come in late. If the boss notices, you'll be fired.

    Answer: to be in a risky or uncertain situation


  • Question : 3

    (a) JetSetGo Aviation used to achieve its “major numbers” from business travel before the pandemic.

    (b) Leisure travel brings the major share of business right now.

    (i) because

    (ii) however

    (iii) but

    Answer: Both ii and iii


  • Question : 4

    (a) In the 2018 census, there were 125 tigers in Nagarahole.

    (b) There were 72 tigers in the 2014 exercise which was a big jump.

    (i) whereas

    (ii) therefore

    (iii) in spite of

    Answer: Only i


  • Question : 5

    Answer: A-i-D


Important Chapters In ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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