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English Questions: Fill in the Blanks Set – 38

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Welcome to Online English Section with explanation Here we are creating question sample in FILL IN THE BLANK, which is BASED ON IBPS PO/CLERK/LIC AAO/RRB & SSC CGL EXAM and other competitive exams.

  1. The second possibility, which is equally________, is improving the trade and________relationship.
    1)  iterant,  development
    2)  epochal, investment
    3)  iterative, involvement
    4)  metrical,  commitment
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: epochal – important, महत्वपूर्ण

  2. It is no secret that both countries would like to move away from the conventional image of exploited Indian_______living in_______Saudi labour camps.
    1)  labourers ,  regimented
    2) workers, control
    3) diligent, order
    4) creatvie, troops
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: regimented – controlled, नियंत्रित

  3. Pakistan has made many attempts to make amends, but the refusal to join the Yemen bombing campaign as well as some_______on joining the Saudi-led coalition to fight the Islamic State have________what was once seen as the most closely woven relationship.
    1)  muddle, fragile
    2)  irresoluteness, rigid
    3)  ambivalence,  affected
    4)  indecision,  unaffectedness
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: ambivalence – mixed feeling, उभयवृत्तिता

  4. Stung by this shifting narrative, the Kingdom’s most prominent diplomat Prince Turki bin Faisal recently wrote an_______article________in Arab papers titled “Mr. Obama, we are not ‘free riders’”.
    1)  gleeful,  cache
    2)  happy, hide
    3)  pleased, camouflage
    4)  indignant,  published
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: indignant – angry, नाराज

  5. In an article this week, Rajan has said that the “world is_______an increasingly______situation”.
    1)  Encounter, shielded
    2)  facing ,  perilous
    3)  Expose, safe
    4)  Line, sheltered
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: perilous – dangerous, खतरनाक

  6. That’s because while all economies, both_______and emerging, are________to grow faster, few are succeeding.
    1)  advanced , straining
    2)  beforehand, ordinary
    3)  earlier, unpressured
    4) early, usual
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: straining – effortful, श्रमसाध्य

  7. As repeated attempts to kick-start the growth cycle have______less than the desired results, countries have resorted to “beggar thy neighbour” policies, which have proved______for all economies.
    1)  show gain, profitable
    2)  produce, helpful
    3)  return, beneficial
    4)  yielded, detrimental
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: yielded – give, देना
    detrimental – harmful, नुकसानदायक

  8. This is not the first time that Rajan has pointed to this building_______he has been outspoken on the issue of_______by different central banks, especially the US Fed, which overlook their “spillover” effects.
    1) illness, picket
    2) enervation,  parade
    3) malaise,  actions
    4) feebleness, march on
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: malaise – unease, बेचैनी 

  9. When even bringing down interest rates to zero per cent did not_______the economy_______, central banks went for unconventional tools, such as quantitative easing (QE).
    1)  stimulate,  adequately
    2)  encourage,  bearably
    3)  energize,  incompletely
    4)  enliven, insignificantly
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: stimulate – excite, प्रोत्साहित
    adequately – sufficiently, पर्याप्तता

  10. Other central banks have_______by allowing their currency to_______in a bid to corner global exports.
    1)  retrospect, raise
    2)  retaliated, devalue
    3)  repay,  increase
    4)  requite, overvalue
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: retaliated – revenge, बदला लेना