100 Fill In Blanks Questions From IBPS Exams

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Today we are sharing 100 Fill in blanks questions which are asked in previous years exams of IBPS, PO IBPS, Clerk IBPS, SO IT,IBPS RRBs. These question are asked by IBPS board several times so it’s a great idea to practice them for your upcoming exam of IBPS.

Questions

Fill appropriate prepositions in the blanks :

Day 1
1. The Ravi subscribed a handsome sum — the Flood Relief Fund.
2. His friends condoled — him — his bereavement.
3. He quarreled — me — a trifle.
4. He readily complied — my request.
5. He dispensed — the services of his dishonest clerk.
6. He yielded — superior force.
7. He despaired — success.
8. He supplies the poor — clothing.
9. His friends disagreed — him on that point.
10. He acceded — my request,
11. He abstains — liquor.
12. He was found guilty — manslaughter.
13. He is incapable — doing good work.
14. He is married — my cousin.
15. He is sensible — your kindness,
16. He is true — his king.
17. He is involved — difficulties.
18. The auditor is entitled — his remuneration.
19. I prefer tea — coffee.
20. I don’t concur — you — that opinion.
21. There is no exception — this rule.
22. 1 am obliged — you — your kindness.
23. I am not envious — his success.
24. I am convinced — the necessity of prudence.
25. We should rely — our own efforts.
26. I inquired — the servant if his master was at home.
27. I purposely refrained — saying more.
28. I insisted — going.
29. I exchanged — him my calculator — a camera.
30. I assented — his proposal.
31. I am not satisfied — your explanation.
32. You must conform — the regulations.
33. He did not profit — experience.
34. We should all aim — excellence.
35. Alcohol is injurious — health.
37. The stories in that book are full — interest.
38. Don’t associate — disreputable people.
39. Do not indulge — strong language.
40. He is grateful — his master — many favors.
41. He is dependent — his parents.
42. He is abstemious — eating and drinking.
43. He is prompt — carrying out orders.
44. He is vain — his attainments.
45. He is deficient — common sense. .
46. He is vexed — me.
47. He is indifferent — his own interest.
48. He is proficient — mathematics.
49. He is not ashamed — his neighbors.
50. He is devoid — sense.
51. He is suspicious — all his neighbors.
52. He has a passion — arguing.
53. Recently there has been a reduction — the price of milk.
54. He proved false — his friend.
55. A square may be equivalent — a triangle.
56. The avaricious man is greedy — gain.
57. He is very different — his brother.
58. The head-dress of the Cossacks is similar — that of the ancient Persians.
59. He was born — humble parents in Nasik.
60. His views do not accord — mine.
Day 2
1. Temperance and employment are conducive — health.
2. A policeman rescued the child — danger.
3. Dogs have antipathy — cats.
4. He promised not to do anything repugnant — the wishes of his parents.
5. He is not the man to allow any one to encroach — his rights.
6. Some of the members of the Assembly complained — increased military expenditure.
7. Even the enemies admit that he is endowed — rare talents.
8. He inspires respect — his friends.
9. Our path is beset — difficulties.
10. He was not able to give a satisfactory explanation — his absence.
11. His illness is a mere pretext — his absence.
12. He has been very much indulgent — his children.
13. This discussion is hardly relevant — the subject
14. Contentment is essential — happiness.
15. Early rising is beneficial — health.
16. He is not likely to do anything detrimental — our interests.
17. His benefactions must redound — his credit.
18. Only graduates are eligible — the post.
19. He is capable as a leader, but intolerant — opposition.
20. Boys over sixteen are debarred — competing.
21. Father Damien consecrated his life — ameliorating the lot of lepers.
22. That rule is not applicable — your case.
23. A public man should be tolerant — criticism.
24. He is willing to make a concession — the demands of his employees.
25. I often find him absorbed — thought.
26. The accommodation is adequate — our needs.
27. The hotel is adjacent — the station.
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