NABARD Manager English Mock Test 6


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QUESTION: 1

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.
At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were ___Bl___ . In the various offices, ___B2___ gray men in waistcoats talked to one another in low-pitched voices. The only colour, or choler, curiously enough, was provided by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his ___B3___ was easily set off; he scowled when he ___B4___ the corridors.

Q. Appropriate word at Bl is

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.
At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were ___Bl___ . In the various offices, ___B2___ gray men in waistcoats talked to one another in low-pitched voices. The only colour, or choler, curiously enough, was provided by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his ___B3___ was easily set off; he scowled when he ___B4___ the corridors.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.
At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were ___Bl___ . In the various offices, ___B2___ gray men in waistcoats talked to one another in low-pitched voices. The only colour, or choler, curiously enough, was provided by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his ___B3___ was easily set off; he scowled when he ___B4___ the corridors.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.
At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were ___Bl___ . In the various offices, ___B2___ gray men in waistcoats talked to one another in low-pitched voices. The only colour, or choler, curiously enough, was provided by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his ___B3___ was easily set off; he scowled when he ___B4___ the corridors.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

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QUESTION: 8

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. “The judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up”. Why?

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. What was the charge against the man facing the judge in the last case?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Why did the judge dismiss the last case?

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Give a description of the man facing the judge in the last case.

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Which of the following sentences is false, according to the passage?

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Find the Synonym of ANXIOUS.

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Find the Synonym of PUZZLED.

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Find the Synonym of RELIEVED.

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Find the Synonym of CONFESS.

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

It was very hot in the small court room and everybody was feeling sleepy. After a tiring morning, the clerks were anxious to get off to lunch and even the judge must have felt relieved when the last case came up before the court. A short middle-aged man with grey hair and small blue eyes was now standing before him. The man had a foolish expression on his face and he kept looking around stupidly as if he were trying hard to understand what was going on. The man was accused of breaking into a house and stealing a cheap watch. The witness who was called did not give a very clear account of what had happened. He claimed to have seen a man outside the house one night, but on being questioned further, he confessed that he was not sure whether this was the man. The judge considered the matter for a short time and then declared that as there was no real proof, the man could not be found guilty of any crime. He said that the case was dismissed and then rose to go. Meanwhile, the accused looked very puzzled. Noticing this, the judge paused for a moment and then the man said suddenly, “Excuse me, Sir, but do I have to give the watch back or not?”

Q. Find the Synonym of DISMISSED

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QUESTION: 21

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
These medicines are.....for curing cold.

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
There is no doubt that one has to keep.....with the changing times.

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
I was astounded at his..........lack of knowledge about the continent of Africa.

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

Q. The festival must be perceived as an effort to ...... relations between both nations.

Solution:
QUESTION: 25

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

Q. ...... by the female anopheles mosquito malaria is common during the monsoon.

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QUESTION: 26

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(P) It governs all other powers, physical, mental etc. 
(Q) The mobility of the purpose helps your thoughts to break all the boundaries. 
(R) The power of mind is enormous. 
(S) Therefore, to achieve it, one should try to kindle the mind power. 
(T) When thoughts transcend limitations, the goal is reachable. 
(U) The pre-requisite is that your mind should be inspired by some good purpose.

Q. Which of the following should be the SECOND statement after rearrangement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(P) It governs all other powers, physical, mental etc. 
(Q) The mobility of the purpose helps your thoughts to break all the boundaries. 
(R) The power of mind is enormous. 
(S) Therefore, to achieve it, one should try to kindle the mind power. 
(T) When thoughts transcend limitations, the goal is reachable. 
(U) The pre-requisite is that your mind should be inspired by some good purpose.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIRST statement after rearrangement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(P) It governs all other powers, physical, mental etc. 
(Q) The mobility of the purpose helps your thoughts to break all the boundaries. 
(R) The power of mind is enormous. 
(S) Therefore, to achieve it, one should try to kindle the mind power. 
(T) When thoughts transcend limitations, the goal is reachable. 
(U) The pre-requisite is that your mind should be inspired by some good purpose.

Q. Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) statement after rearrangement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(P) It governs all other powers, physical, mental etc. 
(Q) The mobility of the purpose helps your thoughts to break all the boundaries. 
(R) The power of mind is enormous. 
(S) Therefore, to achieve it, one should try to kindle the mind power. 
(T) When thoughts transcend limitations, the goal is reachable. 
(U) The pre-requisite is that your mind should be inspired by some good purpose.

Q. Which of the following should be the FOURTH statement after rearrangement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(P) It governs all other powers, physical, mental etc. 
(Q) The mobility of the purpose helps your thoughts to break all the boundaries. 
(R) The power of mind is enormous. 
(S) Therefore, to achieve it, one should try to kindle the mind power. 
(T) When thoughts transcend limitations, the goal is reachable. 
(U) The pre-requisite is that your mind should be inspired by some good purpose.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIFTH statement after rearrangement?

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QUESTION: 31

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. He is not IN THE GOOD BOOKS of his master.

Solution:
QUESTION: 32

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. The Chinese ARE SAID TO HAVE invented ice-cream almost three thousand years ago.

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. I THINK IN MY OPINION that all those who claim to be honest are not really so.

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. This project would encourage development and enable every villager TO GOVERN THEIR own destiny.

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. They continued to work in the field DESPITE OF THE HEAVY RAINS.

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QUESTION: 36

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 37

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 38

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

Spot the error.

Solution:

No error
is being singular is correct when used with the singular sum and substance

QUESTION: 40

Spot the error.

Solution:

The correct statement would be 'to discuss about the plan of action'

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