3 English Cloze Test New Pattern Quiz IBPS PO Clerk Set - 8

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CLOZE TEST plays a very important part in English language and they are equally important for competitive exam aspirants of many like SBI/IBPS PO MAINS PRE 2017.

Try to solve Cloze Reading Passages Test Questions, important for Competitive Exams like IBPS PO, SSC, RRB, CAT, MAT, LIC AAO, GIC AO, UIIC AO, NICL AO, NIACL Assitant, SBI PO 2017 exam. We are going to share some New Pattern Cloze Test Quiz questions with solution. This English subject quiz based on New Pattern Cloze Test. Cloze Test is very important for SBI PO and IBPS PO Clerk. You may see 10 Questions on Cloze Test under English Section in different competitive exams. So try to Practice this English cloze test.

New Pattern Cloze Test SBI IBPS PO

Directions: in the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. against each number, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. find out the appropriate word in each case.
  • In the (___54___) of India’s economic boom, Indian Professional Service Firms (PSFs) from management consultancies and investment banks to advertising agencies and law firms are (___55___) to attract the best and the brightest talent But to be truly successful they have to do more than that. Like PSFs around the world they need to (___56___) their professionals rather than see them walk out of the door in (___57___) of opportunities. To achieve that, companies often rely on the (___58___) of sprawling campuses and luxurious facilities. But none of this gets to the (___59___) of the problem, which is when young professionals join PSFs they have expectations which go far (___60___) the nature of facilities. (___61___) on to do creative, thought provoking work, they often find themselves engaged in doing (___62___) activities. They feel underutilized, which is a formula for (___63___) in the long term.
Q54.
54.
(a) depth
(b) stage
(c) midst
(d) present
(e) knowledge

Q55.
55.
(a) opposing
(b) rivalling
(c) partial
(d) competing
(e) obsessed

Q56.
56.
(a) transition
(b) retain
(c) advance
(d) substitute
(e) restrain

Q57.
57.
(a) obtaining
(b) pursuing
(c) demand
(d) direction
(e) search

Q58.
58.
(a) allure
(b) control
(c) reward
(d) perk
(e) allusion

Q59.
59.
(a) solution
(b) key
(c) heart
(d) precedence
(e) occurrence

Q60.
60.
(a) ahead
(b) beyond
(c) away
(d) to
(e) sighted

Q61.
61.
(a) Deciding
(b) Catching
(c) Keen
(d) Focusing
(e) Signing

Q62.
62.
(a) pivotal
(b) productive
(c) optional
(d) mundane
(e) allied

Q63.
63.
(a) failure
(b) motivation
(c) success
(d) innovation
(e) potential

Directions: in the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. against each number, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. find out the appropriate word in each case.
  • Without doubt there is one thing (___64___) to all of us we have all played a game at some time in our lives, Most of us play to relax or have fun, but for many, playing a game or a sport is a way to (___65___) poverty behind. In fact, in many African countries, playing a sport professionally can (___66___) the lives of a persons entire family. For example, in the small town of Bekoji, in Ethiopia (___67___) than a hundred boys and girls can be seen running at dawn everyday. Each of these youth is (___68___) and serious and their coach is (___69___) that one of them will be a world champion. This seems like an Idle (___70___) but It is virtually a guarantee in this small community (___71___) mainly farmers. Many of the fastest male and female distance runners in the world hail from this small town. A small hand painted sign which greets visitors outside Bekoji (___72___) Welcome to the Village of Athletes.
  • Children here start running at (___73___) great distances to fetch water and firewood of to reach school. At the Olympics, runners from this small town are likely to win more medals than those from developed countries. It will give their families a way out of poverty.
Q64.
64.
(a) popular
(b) accepted
(c) common
(d) alike
(e) similar

Q65.
65.
(a) leave
(b) alleviate
(c) forgot
(d) prevent
(e) reduce

Q66.
66.
(a) shift
(b) changes
(c) arrange
(d) control
(e) transform

Q67.
67.
(a) larger
(b) further
(c) more
(d) greater
(e) over

Q68.
68.
(a) performed
(b) concentrated
(c) rival
(d) focused
(e) playful

Q69.
69.
(a) confident
(b) convince
(c) optimist
(d) intended
(e) privilege

Q70.
70.
(a) precaution
(b) boast
(c) suspicion
(d) risk
(e) worship

Q71.
71.
(a) for
(b) existing
(c) that
(d) comprising
(e) consisting

Q72.
72.
(a) wish
(b) warn
(c) inform
(d) notices
(e) reads

Q73.
73.
(a) competing
(b) covering
(c) driving
(d) measuring
(e) following

Directions: in the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. against each number, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. find out the appropriate word in each case.
  • Mankind has seen rapid (___74___) in the last 150 years because Of the mass manufacturing techniques (___75___) in western nations and later taken to new levels of efficiency by Japan. Mass production and production for the masses became the bases of new business strategies. Large scale consumption by all with the social benefit of (___76___) poverty became the dominant economic strategy. The advent of electricity and its large-scale application to lighting, heating and operating machines added a fresh dimension to manufacturing. By the 1950s came (___77___) in electronics and transistor devices to be followed by innovations in microelectronics, computers and various forms of sensors all of which (___78___) altered the manufacturing scene. It is now no longer necessary to make prototypes In a factory or a laboratory to study a new product. Many new products can be (___79___) on computers and their behaviour simulated on them. By choosing an optimum design through such simulations, computer programmes can directly (___80___) the manufacturing processes. These processes are generally called Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Assisted Manufacturing (CAM). These capabilities are leading to newer forms of (___81___) by customers. Each customer can be offered several special options. Customized product design or (___82___) manufacturing are other popular techniques currently in (___83___) in many developed countries.
Q74.
74.
(a) havoc
(b) transformation
(c) destruction
(d) violence
(e) deforestation

Q75.
75.
(a) discarded
(b) resorted
(c) indulged
(d) perfected
(e) designated

Q76.
76.
(a) removing
(b) nurturing
(c) appeasing
(d) cajoling
(e) mastering

Q77.
77.
(a) additions
(b) gadgets
(c) modifications
(d) variety
(e) inventions

Q78.
78.
(a) immediately
(b) precisely
(c) irreversibly
(d) indefinitely
(e) measurably

Q79.
79.
(a) designed
(b) produced
(c) manufactured
(d) sold
(e) purchased

Q80.
80.
(a) inspire
(b) cultivate
(c) visualise
(d) drive
(e) curtail

Q81.
81.
(a) uses
(b) demands
(c) advertisements
(d) consumption
(e) goods

Q82.
82.
(a) visible
(b) secure
(c) fundamental
(d) overt
(e) flexible

Q83.
83.
(a) view
(b) wings
(c) vogue
(d) isolation
(e) order

3 English Cloze Test New Pattern Quiz IBPS PO Clerk

Answer of Cloze Test Quiz

54 c  55 d  56 b  57 e  58 c  59 a  60 b  61 d   62 d  63 a  64 c  65 b 66 e  67 c  68 d  69 a  70 c  71 d  72 e  73 b  74 b  75 d  76 a  77 c  78 b  79 a  80 e   81 d  82 e  83 c