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As you want here I am providing Sample Question Paper IDBI Bank Exam preparation:

Directions (Q.Nos.1-5) Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

(A) But seriously, how much would you pay to know what thoughts are swimming around in someone elses head?

(B) In most fictional movies thus, the idea of reading minds-of seeing the private intentions of another, and the possibility of intervening in those plans- has always been highly attractive.

(C) Such fantastical questions have long been the bread and butter of fiction.

(D) Today, more than four centuries since the phrase, A penny for your thoughts?, was first recorded, inflationary accounting makes that ancient penny worth more than $ 40.

(E) The going rate for a thought-a probe into the thinking of another-was once quite a bargain.

(F) And if you could really know their truthfulness how much more would you pay?

(G) Even with the sliding value of the dollar, this still seems quite a bargain.

1. Which of the following should be the Second sentence after rearrangement?

(1) F

(2) D (Ans)

(3) C

(4) G

(5) A

2. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

(1) A (Ans)

(2) B

(3) G

(4) D

(5) F

3. Which of the following should be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?

(1) E

(2) G

(3) C (Ans)

(4) B

(5) A

4 Which of the following should be the SEVENTH (Last) sentence after rearrangement?

(1) A

(2) B (Ans)

(3) F

(4) D

(5) E

5. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

(1) A

(2) B

(3) C

(4) D

(5) E (Ans)

Directions (Q.Nos.6-16) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each. five word/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find oat the appropriate word/ phrase in each case.

The economics of owning and running a Ration Shop, the familiar name for the outlets in our Public Distribution System (PDS), are such that under normal business terms, the shop-owner could never make a profit. Yet, (6) the government announces that new permits for ration shops will be given out, there is frenzy in. the market to grab one of these. (7)? The answer is obvious: the business is not for the honest and if one knows the (8), there is a fortune to be made.

What are these tricks of the trade?

Getting fake names into the user list is the most obvious option; the State seems to be (9) a losing battle against this practice, judging by the endless efforts to weed out bogus ration cards.

The next is to get the right customers on the list, not just more customers. These are people who are registered but who do not have any interest in (10) on their entitlements. In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (11) to produce these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in in their names, and the rations thus drawn are (12) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (13) economics-it costs Rs.8 in a ration shop while in the latter it is Rs.30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.

As the degradation progresses, the shop keeper, in (14) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The largeted group is usually not in a position to (15) it self to get its due.

And thus, one has all the (16) if a good PDS business.

6. (1) whenever (Ans)

(2) quickly

(3) just

(4) as soon

(5) time

7. (1) What

(2) When

(3) Where

(4) Why (Ans)

(5) How

8. (1) lying

(2) people

(3) sprouting

(4) hard work

(5) ropes (Ans)

9. (1) attempt

(2) waging (Ans)

(3) winning

(4) expecting

(5) trying

10. (1) harping

(2) discussing

(3) realizing

(4) drawing (Ans)

(5) giving

11. (1) easy

(2) must

(3) difficult (Ans)

(4) simple

(5) enough

12. ( 1) sell

(2) borrowed

(3) donated

(4) bought

(5) siphoned (Ans)

13. (1) understood

(2) poor

(3) underlying (Ans)

(4) mechanical

(5) unclear

14. (1) meeting

(2) collusion (Ans)

(3) flow

(4) show

(5) line

15. (1) ask

(2) voiced

(3) assert (Ans)

(4) deliver

(5) willful

16. (1) things

(2) ingredients (Ans)

(3) dictate

(4) component

(5) facet

Directions (Q.Nos.17-20) Which of the words/phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the word/phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer

17. A lot of time we hear from actors that they regret the kind of roles they have been doing all this while, but this actor says he has never any regrets.

(1) never has have

(2) has never had (Ans)

(3) has no

(4) has had

(5) No correction required

18. The actress participated in the event whole-hearted, cheered the participants, danced with them and emphasised on the importance of creating awareness for oral care across the country.

(1) whole-heartedly (Ans)

(2) whole-heart

(3) with whole-heart

(4) wholly-hearted

(5) No correction required

19. Although complete treatment of cancer is beyond the reach of the underprivileged but no child should lose his life for want of funds.

(1) Though

(2) As

(3) The (Ans)

(4) Since

(5) No correction required

20. Slated to begin this year, the league could provide so-needed boost to hockey in India.

(1) so-needful

(2) much-needy

(3) much-need

(4) much-needed (Ans)

(5) No correction required

Directions (Q.Nos.20-25) Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

21. Much of the _____ that cricket has is due to the fact it is a __________ sport.

(1) allure, lucrative (Ans)

(2) criticism, controversial

(3) attraction, unpopular

(4) flak, great

(5) comments, unusual

22. Since foggy weather ____ visibility by several meters, the railways has either partially _____ or diverted some of the trains.

(1) improves, started

(2) impairs, called off

(3) hampers, withdrawn

(4) decrease, stopped

(5) reduces, cancelled (Ans)

23. The once _____ district is gradually being _____ of its green cover.

(1) remote, eroded

(2) arid, replenished

(3) beautiful, devoid

(4) picturesque, depleted (Ans)

(5) lush, rob

24. The pilot knew she would be able to see the _____ lights of the city from her cockpit window, but she; would not see the fireworks explode to welcome the new year as she would have _______ to cruising altitude.

(1) few, soared

(2) divine, escalate

(3) glistening, jumped

(4) shining, reached

(5) glittering, climbed (Ans)

25. The New Year has _____ in good news for city hotels as most properties are ____ for the whole month.

(1) brought, deserted

(2) ushered, packed (Ans)

(3) pushed, full

(4) steered, renovating

(5) escorted, vacant

Directions (Q.Nos.26-35) Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, 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 (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

26. The ban of Indian hockey today is /(1) lack of interest by the part of the public /(2) which in turn is fuelled by the perception that /(3) it doesn't pay to take up the sport as a career. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Use on in place of by.

27. Illegtal sand mining has become /(1) a boom business fuelled /(2) by the ever-increasing demand /(3) of the construction industry. /(4) No error/ (5)

Ans : Use booming in place of boom.

28. Much is the inflow of travelers that /(1) it is tough to book an air ticket /(2) to Ahmedabad and the international flights /(3) too are almost over-booked. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Use so much in place of much.

29. Experts believe that a /(1) gradually decreasing infant mortality rate /(2) is lead to a proportionate /(3) decrease in the size of our brains. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Use leading in place of lead.

30. In just two months after having /(1) planted these, most of the plants have /(2) either dried up and are suffering /(3) due to lack of maintenance. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Use or in place of and.

31. In cities people dont /(1) always have the time to /(2) catch up with old friends or /(3) spend time with their family. /(4) No error/(5)

Ans : Say to be with their family.

32. The band have been /(1) performing at many cause-oriented concerts /(2) to encourage people to come forward and /(3) lend their support to the noble cause. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Use has in place of have.

33. As market leaders, /(1) we have always been at /(2) the forefront of creating awareness /(3) between the public. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Say among the public.

34. If the IPL has succeeded in drawing /(1) an audience across the country, it is because /(2) cricket has always had a strong foundation /(3) and a dedicated audience. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : The sentence is correct.

35. In view of the intense cold wave conditions /(1) prevailing in the state, the government declared /(2) holidays in all the schools /(3) for a period of ten days. /(4) No error /(5)

Ans : Add has after government.
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