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Welcome to Online English Test in GKRECALL. We have started QUIZ program for SBI PO PRELIM AND SBI CLERK MAIN 2020 and we are creating sample questions in English section daily, THESE TYPE OF QUESTIONS ARE MOST EXPECTED IN EXAM!!! So never missout on anything.

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  1. Python skins are commonly used as raw material in the luxury fashion industry, and ITC surveys of python-skin harvesters, farmers, processors, and exporters in Vitenam and Malasia found that the trade __________ livelihood __________ by providing an additional source of income.
    1) caution, admonition
    2) shun, renounce
    3) reinforces, resilience
    4) abstain, sequester
    5) guerrilla, anarchist
  2. In Vietnam, an estimated 1,000 households farm and trade pythons, and python__________ in Malaysia provides incomes for low-skilled, low-income workers during periods when other employment opportunities are either out of season, or simply __________ because of larger economic factors.
    1) harvesting, scarce
    2) launch, flip
    3) forbear, forgo
    4) brutal, barbarous
    5) brutish, bestial
  3. The biggest threats to the legal wildlife trade are __________, smuggling, improper trade permitting, and animal abuse, all of which must be addressed by __________ and rural community stakeholders at the local level.
    1) warning, monition
    2) finish, throng
    3) savage, vicious
    4) poaching, regulators
    5) diplomat, delegate
  4. The combination of using personal data without__________ and tailoring slander campaigns, fake news and propaganda to discovered preferences of voters is a potent and __________ cocktail.
    1) ferocious, wicked
    2) consent, corrosive
    3) ruining, wrecking
    4) representative, deputy
    5) interruption, suspension
  5. Facebook has said its policies in 2014, when a personality __________ app was run on its platform, permitted the developer to __________ data not only from those who downloaded the app but also from the profiles of their Facebook ‘friends’.
    1) cruel, nasty
    2) ruthless, remorseless
    3) proxy, surrogate
    4) profiling, scrape
    5) heinous, nefarious
  6. technology is__________ at a rapid pace, raising the question whether laws need to be reframed __________ an opt-out approach universally rather than an opt-in approach.
    1) merciless, villainous
    2) hellish, diabolical
    3) provision, clause
    4) evolving, mandating
    5) oodles, hundreds
  7. Individuals often share their data without being__________ of it or understanding the__________ of privacy terms and conditions.
    1) consul, plenipotentiary
    2) monstrous, base
    3) lighten, attenuate
    4) informalswag, throw
    5) aware, implications
  8. The CA issue is a wake-up call for India; the government is still __________ its feet on framing a comprehensive and__________ data protection law.
    1) dragging, robust
    2) masses, stacks
    3) droves, horde
    4) revolutionist, mutineer
    5) agitator, subversive
  9. The manner in which they conducted themselves — without disrupting the lives of other citizens and __________ from aggressive sloganeering — is not how India’s __________ protesters typically behave.
    1) revolutionary, insurgent
    2) forswear, abjure
    3) gazillions, bazillions
    4) refraining, myriad
    5) qualification, restriction
  10. The efficacy of loan waivers in __________ farm distress is limited at best. A few droughts or __________ later, another waiver would be called for if no institutional reforms are undertaken to free constricted agricultural markets.
    1) desist, withhold
    2) obstruction, impeding
    3) hampering, spoiling
    4) renunciation, surrender
    5) alleviating, disruptions


1. 3)
Explanation: reinforces, resilience
reinforces – strengthen or support (an object or substance), especially with additional material.
resilience – the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
2. 1)
Explanation: harvesting, scarce
Harvesting – gather (a crop) as a harvest.
Scarce – (especially of food, money, or some other resource) insufficient for the demand.
3. 4)
Explanation: poaching, regulators
poaching – cook (an egg) without its shell in or over boiling water.
regulators – a person or body that supervises a particular industry or business activity.
4. 2)
Explanation: consent, corrosive
consent – permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.
corrosive – tending to cause corrosion.
5. 4)
Explanation: profiling, scrape
profiling – the recording and analysis of a person’s psychological and behavioural characteristics, so as to assess or predict their capabilities in a certain sphere or to assist in identifying categories of people.
scrape – drag or pull a hard or sharp implement across (a surface or object) so as to remove dirt or other matter.
6. 4)
Explanation: evolving, mandating
evolving – develop gradually.
mandating – give (someone) authority to act in a certain way.
7. 5)
Explanation: aware, implications
aware – having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact.
implications – the conclusion that can be drawn from something although it is not explicitly stated.
8. 1)
Explanation: dragging, robust
dragging – pull (someone or something) along forcefully, roughly, or with difficulty.
robust – strong and healthy; vigorous.
9. 4)
Explanation: refraining, myriad
refraining – stop oneself from doing something.
myriad – a countless or extremely great number of people or things.
10. 5)
Explanation: alleviating, disruptions
alleviating – make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe.
disruptions – disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity