New Pattern Sentence Improvement
Today we are Providing Based on New Patterns Sentence Improvement Questions with Solutions for Bank Exams i.e. IBPS Clerk Exams which is going to be held on January. Here 20 Questions is given, Just go through the directions properly and solve these types of Pratice sets regularly to crack any Government Competitive Exams. English is the only key point through which you can easily beat your competitor.
Directions(1-20)Each of the question has a part highlighted. Choose the correct option against each sentence which can be replaced to form a perfect sentence.Question 1.
If he have time he will call you to remind you about the classes.
A.If he has time
B.If he have had time
C.If he had had time
D.If he has been time
All, but her, had made an attempt.
A.All, but she
B.All, but her
C.All, but her
D.All, but she
I am used to work hard.
He is unlikely to come to the party tomorrow.
Question 5.The passengers have formed queue at the booking counter much before a train arrives.
B.have been forming
D.has been forming
You must complete this work upto sunday.
If it will rain, the match will be abandoned.
A.If it rains
B.If it would rain
C.If it rained
D.If it shall rain
I have still to meet a person who is perfectly satisfied with his job.
A.am still to meet
B.am yet to meet
C.might still meet
D.am still be meet
One of the factor for her failure is the lack of concern for others.
A.The mainly factor
B.One of the factor
C.One of the factors
D.Among the factors
In reality, this policy will only lead to more corruption in an already corrupt environment.
A.a already corrupt
B.already an corrupt
C.among already corrupt
D.overly corrupt already
At currently estimates, the cost of modernizing the airport would be more than double the earlier estimates.
A.By currently estimates
B.On current estimates
C.With estimates currently
D.At current estimates
No of these moves brought credit to the management.
A.Any of these
B.Some of these
C.None of these
D.These of all
India has always been primarily an agricultural country
I am afraid you two are at cross purpose.
A.are at cross-purposes
B.are in cross-purposes
C.are at a cross-purpose
D.are at cross-purposed
Take care that you are not to be cheated.
A.that you will not be cheated
B.you will not be cheated
C.that you are not cheated
D.that you weren't cheated
Can you tell me where has he gone?
A.where has gone he
B.where gone has he
C.where he has gone
D.where he gone has
No sooner I heard the shot when I rushed to the spot.
A.No sooner I heard the shot than
B.No sooner did I hear the shot when
C.No sooner did I hear the shot than
D.No sooner I hear the shot when
Hardly he had entered the station, when the train whistled.
A.Hardly had he entered
B.Hardly he entered
C.He hardly had entered
D.Hardly have he entered
Let's go for a walk, shouldn't we?
The teacher asked me what is the matter?
A.what was the matter
B.what the matter is
C.what the matter was
D.what was the matter
Solution and Explanation
Solution 1. Option A because 'has' is the correct term here and not have. 'has' is generally used for singular person.
Solution 2. Option A because 'she' is the correct way of addressing the subject that is in second person rather than using a pronoun.
Solution 3. Option E is correct because 'work hard' is denoting an action.
Solution 4. Option E because 'unlikely to' is the correct term here.
Solution 5. Option C because form is the correct type of verb whereas 'formed' denotes a past word.
Solution 6. Option B because 'by' is always used to denote a particular time frame.
Solution 7. Option A is correct as 'If it rains' is the correct form of verb here.
Solution 8. Option B as 'yet to meet' means haven't met yet.
Solution 9. Option C as 'One of the factors' means one out of many factor.
Solution 10.Option C 'among' means out of many.
Solution 11.Option D 'current' is used to denote the present time. whereas currently means the present running situation or time.
Solution 12.Option B as 'Some of these' means some out of many options.
Solution 13.Option A 'always be' is the correct form here.
Solution 14.Option A as the preposition 'in' is the correct term here.
Solution 15.Option C 'that you are not cheated' is perfect here.
Solution 16.Option C 'where he has gone' is right here.
Solution 17.Option C 'No sooner... than' is the perfect term.
Solution 18.Option A 'Hardly had...' is the correct way of beginning here.
Solution 19.Option A 'shall we' is the correct term here.
Solution 20.Option C 'What was the matter' denotes a sentence in past form.