English Grammar Test and Exercises for Bank PO and SSC English Section Preparation.
How to Improve English Grammar: English Grammar Test series for Bank PO Exams
In the English Section of various Banking Exams(IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer, IBPS RRB Office Assistant, etc.) there will be 30 questions in the preliminary examination and 40-50 questions in mains examination. Each question carries 1 mark and a negative marking of 25% for every wrong answer.
Each question carries 1 mark and a negative marking of 25% for every wrong answer. To Perform better in the English section you have to work on English Grammar and Reading Comprehension as these two will cover almost every aspect of English Section.
In the upcoming series of articles on “How to Improve English Grammar,” we will discuss the basic rules and points to remember in English Grammar along with some practice exercises for the better understanding of the concept. We will update this post everyday with the new English Grammar Test and How to Improve English Grammar series.
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|Nouns:||Common Nouns, Proper Nouns, Singular Nouns, Plural Nouns, Collective Nouns, Masculine and Feminine Nouns, The Possessive Form of Nouns|
|Pronouns:||Personal Pronouns, Reflexive Pronouns, Possessive Pronouns, Demonstrative Pronouns, Interrogative Pronouns, Indefinite Pronouns|
|Adjectives:||Kinds of Adjectives, The Order of Adjectives, Adjective Endings, Describing What Something Is Made of, The Comparison of Adjectives, Adjective Phrases|
|Determiners:||The Articles, Using Nouns without Articles, Demonstrative Determiners, Quantifying Determiners, Interrogative Determiners, Possessive Determiners, Numbers, Using Determiners Together|
|Verbs and Tenses:||Subject and Verb Agreement, Transitive and Intransitive Verbs, The Simple Present Tense, am, is and are, there is and there are, The Present Progressive Tense, The Simple Past Tense, was and were, Irregular Verbs, The Past Progressive Tense, have, has and had, The Present Perfect Tense, Irregular Past Participles, The Future Tense, do, does and did, The Infinitive, The Imperative Form of Verbs, Gerunds|
|Auxiliary Verbs:||can and could, will and would, shall and should, ought to, must, may and might, Verb Phrases|
|Adverbs and Adverb phrases:||Adverbs of Manner, Adverbs of Time, Adverbs of Place, Adverbs of Frequency, Adverbs of Duration, Adverbs of Emphasis|
|Preposition & Prepositional Phrases:||Preposition or Adverb?, Prepositions of Place, Prepositions of Time, Prepositions of Direction, Prepositions with Special Uses, Prepositions with Adjectives, Verbs or Nouns|
|Conjunctions:||and, but and or, Conjunctions Linking Phrases, Conjunctions with Lists, Conjunctions That Join Sentences, Other Words for and, Other Words for but, Other Words for or, Conjunctions of Time, Conjunctions of Place, Conjunctions of Reason, Conjunctions of Purpose|
|Sentences:||Four Kinds of Sentence, Sentences with Objects, Verbs with Two Objects, Verbs with No Object, Simple Sentences, Compound Sentences, Conditional Sentences, Positive and Negative Sentences, Questions, Question Tags|
|Direct & Indirect Speech:||Direct Speech, Indirect Speech, Indirect Commands, Indirect Questions|
|Punctuation:||Punctuation Marks: period, comma, question mark, exclamation point, apostrophe, quotation marks, Capital Letter|
English Grammar Notes:
- Verbs and Tenses
- Auxiliary Verbs
- Adverbs and Adverb phrases
- Preposition & Prepositional Phrases
- Direct & Indirect Speech
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