Every year lakhs of aspirants appear for various bank exams. Almost all bank exams have questions from three sections namely: Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability, English language. Among these, the English Language sections are easy and simple to score compared to the other two. In the English language section, the reading comprehension and fillers or fill in blanks questions will be available for at least 5 marks. Here we are discussing some of the filler questions which may be usable for your upcoming bank tests. Interested aspirants can also download the given copy of the fillers questions for bank exams pdf.
Fillers Notes for Bank Exam
Nowadays every other bank tests have fillers questions. While some of them have single fillers the others have double fillers. Paragraph fillers test the aspirants reading comprehension ability. In filler, questions usually a paragraph of four or more lines will be provided with some missing areas. In short, they are fill in the blanks questions, but while filling the blanks in this one must read the whole paragraph to understand the tone and underneath meaning to choose the suitable words. Let’s check some of the fillers questions and answers.
- There was no major ________________ between the two organisations which have ___________________ among themselves territories from which to operate.
- dampened, trajectory
- conflict, demarcated
- leverage, scarce
- profit, industry
- innovative, explore
Ans: conflict (a serious disagreement or argument, clash), demarcated (set the boundaries or limits of, separate)
- Only a third in India are _________ saving for their retirement while just 33 per cent of working-age respondents globally are _________ anything aside for their later life.
- constantly, setting
- hardly, saving
- regularly, putting
- continuously, debating
- diligently, meticulously
Ans: regularly, putting
- In our society, nice children are ____________________, and parents receive no special credit or praise for their children’s behavior.
- So far so good
- Speak of the devil
- Pull someone’s leg
- A dime a dozen
- Cut somebody some slack
Ans: A dime dozen (very common and of no particular value)
- FCRA guidelines ________ that registered associations are required to submit an online annual report with ________ copies of income and expenditure statement, receipts and payment account, balance sheet among other documents for every financial year within nine months of the closure of the financial year.
- Warned, Million
- Presume, Hundreds
- Allow, Mutilated
- Haunted, Horrendous
- The judiciary needs to __________________ the perception that its standing as the guardian of constitutional rights is __________________.
- partnership, affordable
Ans: dispel (make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear), faltering (losing strength or momentum, moving unsteadily or hesitantly)
- Another area that needs ____________________ attention is the financial system, which must be __________________ to lend more.
Ans: immediate, activated
- It’s been 20 years since he took ____________________________ from The Army at the age of 50 but he is ____________________________ lapping up everything that comes his way in life.
- foot, A piece of cake
- expired, Dead wood
- retirement, Fit as a fiddle
- break, Work like a charm
- tour, Get ducks in a row
Ans: retirement, fit as a fiddle (in very good health)
- Brokerage houses have given a mixed response to the consumer goods sector, with most saying GST taxes are neutral to positive,____________________________ that since many companies enjoy excise duty exemption, clarity is ____________________________ on these in the excise-free zones under GST.
- Speaking, demanded
- Saying, expected
- Separating, desired
- Separating, awaited
- Adding, awaited
Ans: adding, awaited
- After having shown us three hours of instructional and safety videos, the inspector was simply ____________________________ by telling us to buckle up as we got into the van.
- A dime a dozen
- A blessing in disguise
- Easy does it
- Bite a bullet
- Beating a dead horse
Ans: Beating a dead horse (to keep talking about a subject that has already been discussed or decided, to waste time and effort)
- Fill the following banks with given words:
The decriminalisation of homosexuality in the Navtej Johar judgment holds special relevance for transgender rights. Not only was Section 377 used (a) _______________________ against transgender persons, but the (b) _______________________ battle also took a new and positive turn from 2014 after the Supreme Court recognised the right to gender identity in NALSA v. Union of India. Therefore, it is only (c) _______________________ that we (d) _______________________ some attention to the contributions of the trans community to this outcome and (e) _______________________ how the judgment takes transgender rights forward.
Ans: The decriminalisation of homosexuality in the Navtej Johar judgment holds special relevance for transgender rights. Not only was Section 377 used disproportionately against transgender persons, but the legal battle also took a new and positive turn from 2014 after the Supreme Court recognised the right to gender identity in NALSA v. Union of India. Therefore, it is only fitting that we bestow some attention to the contributions of the trans community to this outcome and examine how the judgment takes transgender rights forward.
- disproportionately: to an extent that is too large or too small in comparison with something else
- bestow: confer or present (an honour, right, or gift)
India had been ________________ to adopt nationalism as a creed but is now tilting towards ________________ nationalism.
- slow, majoritarian
- basic, international
- approximation, interface
- betrayal malfunctioned
- percentile, distant
Ans: slow, majoritarian (governed by or believing in the decision by a majority)
- The malware is ________ as an MP4 media file and ________ a memory overflow to the buffer memory, which causes the app to lose control over itself for a short period.
- Fabricated, Facilitates
- Converted, Works
- Narrated, Allows
- Disguised, Triggers
- a virus flows
Ans: Disguised (having changed one’s appearance in order to conceal one’s identity), Triggers (an event that is the cause of a particular action, process, or situation)
Vivekananda was a __________________ of a multicultural nation rooted in religious _____________________ and modernity
- provide, purview
- adversely, impacted
- notional, offset
- proponent, tolerance
- increased, capital
Ans: proponent (a person who advocates a theory, proposal, or course of action), tolerance (the ability or willingness to tolerate the existence of opinions or behaviour that one dislikes or disagrees with)
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