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English Questions: Fill in the Blanks Set – 19

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Hello Aspirants. Welcome to Online English Section with explanation in AffairsCloud.com. Here we are creating question sample in Fill in the Blanks, which is common for all the IBPS/SBI/RRB/SSC CGL/LIC/LDC exam and other competitive exams. We have included Some questions that are repeatedly asked in bank exams !!!

 

  1. The English-speaking world’s favourite ______cinema channel has finally come to India, part of a global push into 130 markets that has______excluded China.
    A. immobile, important
    B. dormant, manager
    C. streaming, pointedly
    D. abeyant, chief
    C. streaming, pointedly 

  2. The Centre might be forced to suspend further_____of the fiscal deficit as well as squeeze every last penny through better tax collection and more______from the PSUs.
    A. decline, development
    B. reduction,  dividends
    C. increase, ratio
    D. development, issues
    B.  reduction,  dividends 

  3. The guidelines explicitly______the business of payment banks and small finance banks to______that —payments and small finance.
    A. Develop, specially
    B. causes, costly
    C. free, cheaply
    D. restrict, precisely
    D. restrict, precisely

  4. The guidelines for payment banks may be of particular significance to a number of payment service_____, such as mobile phone companies, that offer payment______through mobile wallets.
    A. providers, services
    B. dominant, calculations
    C. gainers, provides
    D. beginners, facilities
    A.  providers, services

  5. In a_____under-banked country like ours, any move to______financial inclusion is welcome. 
    A. small, stuffing
    B. narrow,  satiety
    C. vastly , deepen
    D.  little,  ample
    C.  vastly , deepen 

  6. Speeds elsewhere are usually too slow for the service, though_____, the rewarding markets lie in second- and third-tier towns, and even semi-rural areas_____of media.
    A. ironically,  starved
    B. suddenly, filled
    C. occasionally, satisfied
    D. cautiously, fed
    A.  ironically,  starved 

  7. The Reserve Bank of India has released______for the licensing of small finance banks and payment banks to deepen financial______in the country.
    A. mix up, Addition
    B. mess up, exclusion
    C. guidelines , inclusion
    D. disorganize, subtraction
    C.  guidelines , inclusion 

  8. A “cheaper” yuan would make Chinese_____more attractive against other_____, including India.
    A. sell,  supporter
    B. exports , competitors
    C. imports, helper
    D. buy, helpmate
    B. exports , competitors

  9. Whether it will stay that way or not will_____depend on how skilfully the government uses its_____to spur economic activity.
    A. tiny, money
    B. miniature, funds
    C.  largely, expenditure
    D. small, hoard
    C.  largely, expenditure

  10. It is known that China’s economy is_____with massive inventories and finding it tough to transition from an export-led growth model to a_____consumption-led growth strategy.
    A. go along, go along
    B.  conform, conform
    C.  struggling , domestic
    D. comply, comply
    C.  struggling , domestic