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IBPS Clerk Previous Year English Paper

Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

For a global hazard to really get respect these days, it must threaten Armageddon. Climate change, for instance, is the stuff of apocalyptic movies: it is about flooding, fire, and famine. The loss of biodiversity, on the other hand – the shrinking spread of species on the planet – ranks further down the scale. This is about dying bumblebees in Poland, or fewer species of fish in the Red Sea, or red squirrels being kicked out by grey ones. It is not the stuff of films starring Dennis Quaid as a divorced scientist who was right all along and tends to reach headlines as a worry mostly for the bees and squirrels involved (with perhaps a line or two from experts about the knock-on effects). It does not seem to threaten the rest of us.

That perspective is changing. The first UN study into the natural systems propping up the human diet has found that shrinking biodiversity is affecting the Earth’s capacity to produce food. Our food, it says, is now under “severe threat”. The report finds that 20% of the Earth’s vegetated surface has become less productive, and what is growing on it is one notch away from being wiped out. The report mentions the Irish potato famine, and cereal crop failures in the US in the 20th century and asks us to expect more of that in the future. How have we created this situation? Well, primarily, because of our desperate attempts to produce food in the first place. Forests are being cut down to make space for crop fields, and crop fields are being sprayed with pesticides and herbicides, which leaches the soil and kills off vital pollinators such as bees, birds and bats. Cutting down trees and big plants increases the risk of flooding.

Mostly, though, the problem is that we are relying on monocultures – just one variety of potato or of sugar cane – which is a big risk. It means a single outbreak of disease or a climate shift could wipe out large portions of the world’s food supply.

Two-thirds of the crops the world produces comprises just nine species, marching across the globe, as the other 6,000 cultivated plant species wither, along with wild food sources. Progress is possible – farmers need to diversify and _______________ wild species – but it has so far been too slow: just 1% of US farmland is certified organic. This should certainly change.

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/feb/22/biodiversityhuman-life-un-report-shrinkingspecies-bumblebees-humanity

1. Which of the following can be correctly inferred from the given passage?

I. Loss of biodiversity is a serious issue and must be addressed to sustain food supply.
II. Organic farming is one way to preserve Earth’s capacity to produce food.
III. Shrinking bumblebees species has made a bigger headline recently.

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A. Only I
B. Only II
C. Only III
D. Both I and II
E. Both I and III

2. According to the passage which of the following have adversely affected the Earth’s capacity to produce food?

I. Deforestation
II. Use of crop protection chemicals
III. Farm fires to burn windrows

A. Only I
B. Only II
C. Only III
D. Both I and II
E. Both II and III

3.Which of the following statement (s) is/are TRUE with reference to the information provided in the passage?

I. For any global potential source of danger to be considered, it must be severe enough to destroy the human race.
II. Our dependency on monocultures does not contribute to famines.
III. More of crop failures and famines are projected for future.

A. Only I
B. Only II
C. Only III
D. Both I and II
E. Both I and III

4. According to the passage, what is imposing ‘severe threat’ to our food?

I. Shrinking biodiversity
II. Famines and crop failures
III. Decreasing soil productivity

A. Only I
B. Only II
C. Only III
D. Both I and II
E. All I, II and III

5. Which of the following is the MOST SIMILAR to the word given in bold as per its usage in the passage?

Relying

A. Snipping
B. Pledging
C. Envisaging
D. Questioning
E. Counting

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Fill in the blanks

6. Which of the following word best fits the given blank in the passage?

“Progress is possible – farmers need to diversify and _______________ wild species – but it has so far been too slow: just 1% of US farmland is certified organic.”

A. Kill
B. Preserve
C. Consume
D. Neglect
E. Abandon

7.Which of the following is the MOST SIMILAR to the word given in bold as per its usage in the passage?

Famine

A. Abundance
B. Adequacy
C. Affluence
D. Scantiness
E. Excess

8.Which of the following words used in the passage, is the MOST OPPOSITE to the word given in bold?

Sustaining

A. Growing
B. Flooding
C. Shrinking
D. Marching
E. Starring

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Sentence Improvement

Direction: In the given question, a part of the sentence is printed in bold. Below the sentence, alternatives to the emboldened part are given as (A), (B), (C) and (D), which may help improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative out of the given five options. In case the given sentence is correct, your answer will be option (E), i.e., “No correction required”.

9. As the bus make a turn, it collided with the van.

A. making a turn
B. had made a turn
C. will be making a turn
D. made a turn
E. No correction required

10. Some residents are still wait for help days after floodwaters inundated their homes.

A. be waiting for help
B. waiting for help
C. waited for help
D. waited to help
E. No correction required

11. He was known to work hard and paying attention to the details.

A. for hardly work
B. for working hardly
C. to have worked hard
D. for working hard
E. No correction required

12. This is the second time the boat race has been move off the Thames.

A. moved for
B. moved into
C. moved off
D. moved between
E. No correction required

13. The baker cut the cake between pieces before adding a layer of buttercream.

A. cake into piece
B. cake between piece
C. cake into pieces
D. cake among pieces
E. No correction required

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Spotting Error Question Paper

Direction: In the following question, a sentence with four words printed in bold is given. These words are numbered as (1), (2), (3) and (4). One of these four words may either be misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word(s) that is wrongly spelt or inappropriate and mark the relevant option as your answer. If all the words printed in bold are correct, mark option (E), i.e. ‘All are correct’, as the answer.

14. Motor vehicles (1) are prohibated (2) from driving in the town centre (3) to avoid accidents (4).

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. All are correct

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15. Diet (1) and exercise (2) can influence a person’s weight (3), but hereditary (4) is also a factor.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. All are correct

16.Although (1) she is a dreadful (2) figure skater, the girl actually enjoys (3) playing tennis more than the sport she excels (4) in.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. All are correct

17. The symptoms (1) of depression (2) can include poor apetite (3) and weight (4)loss.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. All are correct

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Sentence Rearrangement Questions

Direction: In the given statement some words have been highlighted. These words may not be at the correct place making the sentence grammatically and contextually incorrect. Choose the option which represents the correct sequence of words, which will make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct. If the sentence is correct as it is, choose E i.e. ‘No rearrangement required’ as your answer.

18. Though she is difficult (A) girl; at times (B) she can be extremely amiable (C) to deal with.

A. BAC
B. CAB
C. ACB
D. CBA
E. No rearrangement required

19.As one of the crew made (A) overboard, rescuers save (B) heroic efforts to fell (C) him.

A. BAC
B. CAB
C. ACB
D. CBA
E. No rearrangement required

20.With hard dedication (A) and appreciation (B), he hoped to earn the work (C) of his peers.

A. BAC
B. CAB
C. ACB
D. CBA
E. No rearrangement required

21.To laid (A) out the straighten (B) rug the maid crimpled (C) several heavy books on the edges.

A. BCA
B. CAB
C. ACB
D. CBA
E. No rearrangement required

22.The stage manager began (A) to direct (B) the actor where to stand (C) on stage.

A. BAC
B. CAB
C. ACB
D. CBA
E. No rearrangement required

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Parajumble

Direction: In the given question, a statement has been divided into five segments, each of which is denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Rearrange all the segments to form a coherent statement.

23. A) as my car broke down, I
B) trek to the grocery
C) took me almost an hour to do
D) had no choice but to make a
E) store on foot, something that

A. DCBAE
B. ABDCE
C. ADBEC
D. ABDEC
E. AEBDC

24. A) a major risk on an extremely
B) as the audience watched with
C) dangerous tumbling stunt on the
D) ice, trying to impress the judges
E) high regard, the figure skater took

A. ABEDC
B. BEACD
C. ADBEC
D. BDEAC
E. CEBDA

25. A) and Kindle Fires, are becoming
B) they can be carried easily
C) increasingly popular because
D) from one place to another
E) portable devices such as iPads

A. EBADC
B. BEACD
C. CDBEA
D. BDEAC
E. EACBD

26. A) the rescue workers still managed to
B) down after the massive hurricane, but
C) a lot of buildings came tumbling
D) rubble of broken bricks and broken glass
E) pull two injured people out of the

A. EBADC
B. EABCD
C. CDBEA
D. CBAED
E. AECBD

Direction: Read the sentence to find out whether there is an error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number corresponding to that part will be your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is, mark the answer as ‘No error’. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

27. The seat too the (1)/ forefront of the dining (2)/ table was always occupied (3)/ by the head of the family. (4)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. No error

28. As a commuter in the (1)/ summertime, Rose made sure she (2)/ drove a car with (3)/ a worked up air conditioner. (4)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. No error

29.Because the candidate had (1)/ years of experience in (2)/ sales, he were quickly (3)/ hired for the position. (4)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. No error

30.The debutante teenager spent (1)/ an enormous amounts of (2)/ money on a dress that she (3)/ planned to wear only one time. (4)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. No error

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Maths Questions

Direction: What should come in place of the question mark ‘?’ or x in the following questions?

31. 45% of 1770 ÷ 3 = 657 – ?

A. 411.5
B. 401.5
C. 372.5
D. 391.5
E. 297.5

32. (245 + 4500 – 3209) ÷ 3 = ?

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A. 454
B. 496
C. 512
D. 502
E. 524

34. x÷ (24 × 4 ÷ 8) = 18

A. 12
B. 4
C. 9
D. 8
E. 6

35. 5(3 ÷ 6 × 4 + 1) × 7 = 222+ x

A. 238
B. 289
C. 391
D. 363
E. 305

36. x ÷ (233 – 227 + 2) + 276 = 292

A. 128
B. 122
C. 116
D. 134
E. 142

37. 489 ÷ 6 + 22.5 × 2 – 17.5 = ?

A. 117
B. 101
C. 109
D. 83
E. 121

38. √(2÷3 × 337.5) × 6 = ?

A. 92
B. 80
C. 105
D. 95
E. 90

39. √(661 – 405) × √(x – 220) = 336

A. 669
B. 661
C. 729
D. 704
E. 693

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Question Paper : Simplification

40. (x ÷ 5 ÷ 7) × 14 + 112 = 420

A. 648
B. 720
C. 805
D. 770
E. 840

41. 1287 – 4552 ÷ 8 = x% of 1795

A. 45
B. 40
C. 55
D. 60
E. 65

42. 8820 + 1468 ÷ 4 – 20% of ? = 8227

A. 3900
B. 5040
C. 4320
D. 4800
E. 4400

43. 75% of 2280 of 1/3 = ?

A. 494
B. 602
C. 540
D. 410
E. 570

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Partnership Questions

57.A invest Rs. 12800 & B invest Rs. 14400 in a partnership. After 5 months B left the business. Find the profit share of B out of total annual profit of Rs. 23500.

A. Rs. 7500
B. Rs. 6800
C. Rs. 9000
D. Rs. 8400
E. None of these

58.Marked price of an article is 300% more than the cost price. If after 50% discount, the selling price is Rs. 1200, then the cost price of the article is?

A. Rs. 450
B. Rs. 600
C. Rs. 750
D. Rs. 800
E. Rs. 1000

59.Speed of a boat in still water is 18 km/hr. Speed of the boat in Downstream is 6 km/hr more than its speed in upstream. How much distance in Downstream boat will cover in 5 hours 20 min?

A. 112 km
B. 108 km
C. 98 km
D. 116 km
E. None of these

60. 2 years hence Age ratio between A & B will be 3 : 4. If 8 years ago, the age ratio of A & B was 2 : 3, find the present age of A.

A. 28 year
B. 30 year
C. 38 year
D. 34 year
E. None of these

IBPS Clerk Previous Year Paper : Ratio Questions

61.The Ratio of the Efficiency of A, B & C is 4 : 6 : 3 . Together they can complete a work in 8 days. In how many days A can complete the 3/4th of the same work?

62. A started a business with Rs. X. After 4 Month, B joined with Rs. 2X and A doubled his investment. The total annual profit was Rs. 13950. Find the Share of A

A. Rs. 7750
B. Rs. 6200
C. Rs. 7250
D. Rs. 6850
E. None of these

63.Sum of the length of a rectangle & side of a square is 72 m. the perimeter of a rectangle is 84 m & breadth of rectangle is 18 m. Find the side of the square.

A. 48 m
B. 42 m
C. 36 m
D. 32 m
E. None of these

64.Train A with speed 36 km/hr crosses Train B in opposite direction in 20 secs. Sum of the length of Train A & B is 600 m. What is the speed of Train B?

A. 60 km/hr
B. 72 km/hr
C. 84 km/hr
D. 56 km/hr
E. None of the above/More than one of the above

65.A & B invested sum in ratio 2 : 3 at 20% & 10% Compound interest respectively. If after 2 years total interest was Rs. 1510. What was A’s sum?

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