CRPF English-Language Contributed by Loyal updated on Mar 2019

CRPF English Practice Questions for Bank Exams


Directions : Of the four alternatives given under each sentence, find the one that best fits into the blank space.

 1.  A …..thief was caught by the police last night.           
(a)    Famous           
(b)   Popular           
(c)    Renowned           
(d)   Notorious

2. Despite her pleas, the mistress did not…..to her request.
(a)    Accede
(b)   Convince
(c)    Favour
(d)   Approve


3. The bank clerk tried to…..money from his friend’s account.

(a)Empower
(b)Embellish
(c)Embroil
(d)Embezzle


4. The figures were barely ….. in the dim light.

(a)Obvious
(b)Perceived
(c)Perceptive
(d)Susceptible

5. Giving to his sons the key to success, he slept a (an) ….. sleep.
(a)Perennial
(b)Amiable
(c)Ephemeral
(d)Eternal
6. The doctor gave the women a ….. to calm her down.
(a)Tonic
(b)Sedative
(c Antiseptic
(d)Antidote

7. The accused denied having committed the crime but could advance no sound arguments to ….. the charges.

(a)Refuse
(b)Repress
(c)Refute
(d)Reproof

8. He….. a lot over the pros and cons of the issue but could arrive at no fruitful result.
 (a)    Envisioned
(b)   Contemplated
(c)    Embodied
 (d)   Envisaged

9. We did not have the ….. idea of the problems involved in the work.
(a)Closet
(b)Feeblest
(c)Weakest
(d)Faintest

10. They are refugees in need of …..
(a)Renovation
(b)Recapitulation
(c)Restoration
(d)Rehabilitation

11 Nobody can say what…..him to commit this crime.    
(a)    Excited    
(b)   Attracted    
(c)    Prompted    
(d)   Roused

12. Every human being in the developed country ….. over five pounds of solid wastes per day in various forms.
(a)Contributes
(b)Fosters
(c)Produces
(d)Develops


13. He wanted to help…..poverty.
(a) Diminish
(b)Reduce
(c) Dwindle
(d) Deplete

14. The annual…..of industrial products has risen enormously in recent years.
(a)Outbreak
(b)Output
(c)Outcome
(d)Outlay

15. The speaker painted a….. picture of hunger in parts of India.
(a)    Poignant
(b)   Passionate
(c)    Parsimonious
(d)   Chimerical

16. “Mind your own business”, he said …..

(a)Meekly
(b)Heavily
(c)Sharply
(d)Clumsily

17. Please do not ….. the offer made by the chairman.

(a)Refrain
(b)Refute
(c)Refuse
(d)Refuge

18. At one point, it looked as if an area of agreement would ….. specially over the issue of productivity linked Wages.
(a)Emerge
(b)Grow
(c)Develop
(d)Come out

19. Even after a long discussion, the committee could not reach a ….. decision.
(a)Cordial
(b)Joint
(c)Unanimous
(d)Common

 20. If our friends are not able to take us in their car, we must make ….. arrangements to go to the airport.
(a)Possible
(b)Alternate
(c)Another
(d)Alternative

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