RBI Grade B

RBI Grade B

Vocabulary can be considered as the building block to form the base of a good communication skill. To be able to express yourself well, you need to learn putting your thoughts into the most appropriate words that are able to convey your thoughts clearly and completely. Your words shouldn't have any ambiguity and to avoid that you should be having a good knowldege of language and words.

  • Question : 1

    Though daily infections had gradually dipped (A)/at the start from the year, the relief was short-lived (B)/as the Delta variant drive (C)/an exponential rise in daily cases, (D)/resulting of the second wave of COVID-19 infections (E).

    Answer: an exponential rise in daily cases


  • Question : 2

    If the Government refuses to introduce (A)/changes now, it will be (B)/demonstrating its contempt for (C)/democracy, public concern and animal welfare (D).  

    Answer: No error


  • Question : 3

    Many people assumes that (A)/having no loans or credit cards (B)/can make it easy for him(C)/to avail credit as they do not have (D)/any exist credit obligations to fulfil (E).

    Answer: to avail credit as they do not have


  • Question : 4

    Persistent attempts to established(A)/the employer-worker relationship on record (B)/has drawn a blank, given that (C)/the mine-owning community is(D)/major revenue contributors to the State (E).

    Answer: the employer-worker relationship on record


  • Question : 5

    In the following questions, four words have been given out of which one of them is wrongly spelt. Identify that incorrect word and mark it as your answer.

    Answer: Perephery


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