Here is a vocab quiz based on an article taken from ‘The Economist’ (dated March 18th, 2017). The difficult words are in bold along with their synonyms, antonyms, and how they are used in the form of a sentence. All the best!
Without further ado, below is an article taken from a leading newspaper ‘The Economic Times’ (dated March 8th, 2017). The difficult words are highlighted in bold along with their synonyms, antonyms, and how they are used in the form of a sentence.
This year it is going to be an acid test for all of you since banking examinations are becoming difficult day by day. In this article, the focus will be on English Language section for upcoming SBI PO exam that has been the nemesis for most of the candidates.
In this article, we bring to you a passage from 'The Hindu' (dated January 12, 2017) for reading comprehension questions. You can attempt the same and get that extra edge in your preparation.
In this article, we shall not go into the spelling rules that will add burden to your syllabus but will try some practical methods in which you can remember correct spellings while attempting the bank examinations.
State Bank of India (SBI) conducts PO examination every year and selects many candidates.
State Bank of India has initiated recruitment process for Probationary Officers Posts. The recruitment will be conducted for 2000 Vacant Posts. The banking team of jagranjosh.com has brought previous year question papers for ease of candidates.
As English language and comprehension is the part of the Banking and SSC Exams. So, it is necessary to understand the various sub topics to gain good marks. This article is before you, to assist you while you’re preparing.
Sentence Improvement is a variation of spotting error test, you are required just to locate error and tick it, whereas in sentence improvement test, you have to locate the error and also find the correct answer among the alternatives given.
Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) will organize common written examination for recruitment of Specialist Officers. The IBPS SO Exam 2015 will be conducted in the month of February 2015.
The IBPS clerical examination this year would take place in two parts: Prelims and Mains. Go through Syllabus and Preparation Tips for English Language section.
With the IBPS PO Mains exam coming up very soon, it becomes priority for most aspirants to practice their weakest sections in order to clear the higher sectional cut-offs. This section is the easiest for those who are adept with grammar and the most confusing for those who are a little weak in that area.
The IBPS PO examination this year would take place in two parts: Prelims and Mains. Go through Syllabus and Preparation Tips for English Language section.
State Bank of India started recruitment process for Probationary Officers. We suggest aspirants to start preparing for the SBI PO Exam 2015.
State Bank of India has issued some sample questions in its information booklet. The question in written examination will be based on the same pattern. Here are sample questions.
Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection will be conducting Common written examination for recruitment to the posts of Clerical Cadre. The examination will be held in the month of December 2014.
State Bank of India will be conducting SBI SO Exam 2014 for recruitment to Specialist Officers Cadre. The aspirants looking for career as Specialist Officers Jobs in banking sectors will appear for written examination conducted by SBI on 19 April 2014.
Meaning: A pictorial presentation of an individual`s mannerisms ans features
Meaning: Internittent / Irregular / Erratic
A list of words used in a particular subject; a dictionary
sleepy, dozy or drowsy
Ill-tempered, rude or churlish
Stubborn, unyielding or mulish
Relevant, applicable or directly connected to the current topic
Apparent, appearing or representing
A person who lives without moral restraint
Heedless, careless or not intentional
Gaudy, cheap, garish or sleazy Sleazy or garish apparel or finery
To testify or bear witness esp. in writing
To exceed, overcome, conquer or prevail over