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Bank PO :: Test 176
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1 .

Direction (Q . 1 - 5) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error , if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 4). (Ignore the errors of punctuation , if any.)

Q. 1) Neither the teacher nor the guard /2) were aware of /3) the arrangements made /4) for the examination.

A.    Neither the teacher nor the guard B.    were aware of
C.    the arrangements made D.    for the examination.
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2 .

Q. 1) How to tackle the problem /2) is the main concerning /3) of the organisers /4) at the moment.

A.    How to tackle the problem B.    is the main concerning
C.    of the organisers D.    at the moment.
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3 .

Q. 1) One of my best friend /2) is both a scientist /3) and writer /4) of repute.

A.    One of my best friend B.    is both a scientist
C.    and writer D.    of repute.
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4 .

Q. 1) No sooner the bus arrived /2) than there was /3) a mad rush of passengers /4) to board it.

A.    No sooner the bus arrived B.    than there was
C.    a mad rush of passengers D.    to board it.
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5 .

Q. 1) One of the orators /2) are knowledgeable /3) and good at /4) handling the listeners.

A.    One of the orators B.    are knowledgeable
C.    and good at D.    handling the listeners.
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6 .

Direction (Q.  6 - 10) : In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase printed in bold. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase and mark it as your answer. If none of the alternatives are correct, mark ), ie None of these, as your answer.

To be at loggerheads

A.    to face stiff opposition B.    to teach a lesson to ones opponent
C.    to have enmity or strife D.    to go in two different directions
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7 .

To play second fiddle

A.    to take a subordinate part B.    to deceive someone
C.    to play a dubious role D.    to quarrel over unimportant issues
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8 .

To draw the long bow

A.    to frighten someone B.    to show exemplary courage
C.    to make unnecessary remarks D.    to make an exaggerated statement
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9 .

Spick and span

A.    in order B.    neat and clean
C.    showing presence of mind D.    in a fair manner
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10 .

Helter-skelter

A.    here and there B.    to take shelter
C.    in haste or confusion D.    a legal term
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