English Quiz For IBPS Clerk Prelims in Malayalam [25th August 2021]_00.1
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English Quiz Questions

Directions (1-10): The paragraph consists few words in bold against each number. You must choose the option that provides the similar meaning of the bold word without altering the context of the paragraph.

 

Q1. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) feared

(b) appeared

(c) changed

(d) deferred

(e) none of these

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Q2. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) skyline

(b) aureole

(c) ambit

(d) reach

(e) none of these

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Q3. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) considerable

(b) feeble

(c) vague

(d) dominant

(e) none of these

Read more: English Quiz on 20th August 2021

 

Q4. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) factious

(b) callous

(c) antagonistic

(d) propitious

(e) none of these

 

Q5.In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) curtailments

(b) augmentations

(c) gratifications

(d) indulgences

(e) none of these

 

Q6. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) actualizing

(b) effectuating

(c) acquiring

(d) conferring

(e) none of these

 

Q7. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) realizations

(b) accomplishments

(c) enactments

(d) cultivations

(e) None of these

 

Q8. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) plunging

(b) intensifying

(c) subsiding

(d) reporting

(e) none of these

 

Q9. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) custom

(b) guidance

(c) power

(d) stratagem

(e) none of these

 

Q10. In 1985, Ronald Reagan pulled off a coup. The Japanese bogeyman (1) loomed large on America’s economic (2)horizon. The US trade deficit with Japan was (3) substantial. And the roughly 60% appreciation in the real value of the dollar between 1979 and 1985 created a (4) conducive environment for imposing quotas, tariffs and voluntary export (5) restraints. By 1985, the US congress had begun to consider protectionist legislation. This spurred Reagan, then US president, to bring the US’ main trade partners to the (6)negotiating table to work out a multilateral pact. The pact entailed coordinated (7)interventions in currency markets in order to depreciate the dollar with regard to the Japanese yen and German deutsche mark. And so, the Plaza Accord was born.

 

Today, the tariffs and retaliatory tariffs are (8) mounting as another US president takes aim at another economic bogeyman. The US is running a large trade deficit with China, like it did with Japan back in 1985. China, like Japan, is using domestic industrial (9) policy to fuel domestic companies into becoming global titans. This raises a question: What are the chances of Donald Trump (10) emulating Reagan and making China blink first?

(a) imitating

(b) attempting

(c) disputing

(d) resisting

(e) none of these

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English Quiz Solutions

S1. Ans. (b)

Sol. Option (b) is the correct choice. ‘loomed’ means appear as a vague form, especially one that is large or threatening which is similar in meaning with appeared. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Deferred means put off (an action or event) to a later time; postpone.

 

S2. Ans. (c)

Sol. Option (c) is the correct choice. ‘Horizon’ is a noun which means the limit of a person’s knowledge, experience, or interest which is similar in meaning with ambit. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Skyline means an outline of land and buildings defined against the sky.

Aureole means a circle of light or brightness surrounding something, especially as depicted in art around the head or body of a person represented as holy.

Ambit means the scope, extent, or bounds of something.

 

S3. Ans. (a)

Sol. Option (a) is the correct choice. ‘Substantial’ is an adjective which means of considerable importance, size, or worth. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘considerable’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Feeble means lacking physical strength, especially as a result of age or illness.

Vague means of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning.

Dominant means having power and influence over others.

 

S4. Ans. (d)

Sol. Option (d) is the correct choice. ‘conducive’ is an adjective which means making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘propitious’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Factious means relating or inclined to dissension.

callous means showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others.

Antagonistic means showing or feeling active opposition or hostility towards someone or something.

 

S5. Ans. (a)

Sol. Option (a) is the correct choice. ‘Restraints’ is a noun which means a measure or condition that keeps someone or something under control. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘curtailments’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Augmentations means the action or process of making or becoming greater in size or amount.

Gratifications means pleasure, especially when gained from the satisfaction of a desire.

Indulgences means the action or fact of indulging.

 

S6. Ans. (d)

Sol. Option (d) is the correct choice. ‘Negotiating’ means try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘conferring’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Actualizing means make a reality of.

Effectuating means put into force or operation.

Acquiring means buy or obtain (an asset or object) for oneself.

 

S7. Ans. (e)

Sol. Option (e) is the correct choice. ‘Interventions’ is a noun which means the action or process of intervening. Therefore, none of the given words provide an appropriate synonym for the given word.

Realizations means the achievement of something desired or anticipated.

Accomplishments means something that has been achieved successfully.

Enactments means the process of passing legislation.

Cultivations means the action of cultivating land, or the state of being cultivated.

 

S8. Ans. (b)

Sol. Option (b) is the correct choice. ‘Mounting’ means grow larger or more numerous. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘intensifying’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Plunging means falling steeply.

Subsiding means become less intense, violent, or severe.

 

S9. Ans. (d)

Sol. Option (d) is the correct choice. ‘Policy’ means a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘stratagem’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

 

S10. Ans. (a)

Sol. Option (a) is the correct choice. ‘Emulating’ is a verb which means match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imitation. Thus, it is a synonym of ‘imitating’. Hence, they can be used interchangeably as usage of either of the word won’t alter the meaning of the paragraph.

Disputing means argue about (something).

Resisting means withstand the action or effect of.

 

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