Odd One Out – English Question
Important English question based on new ibps sbi pattern 2018. a short story that begins with sudha was the odd one out.
FIND THE SENTENCE WHICH IS NOT REALLY CONTRIBUTING TO THE MAIN THEME OF THE PASSAGE
Sunshine is here with a new set of odd one out series .I know its quite difficult to make up a strategy according to the changing pattern. But friends never forget one basic rule of life. if not you some one else will take your place in the race.
Better prepare yourself for whatever comes in your way after all ibps is like a game of chess. Change your move as per the changing situation.
Mentally prepare yourself.. Rest we will be providing you. practice these sets daily. remember
” EVERY SINGLE DROP COUNTS WHEN IT COMES ABOUT MAKING THE OCEAN”.
FIND THE SENTENCE WHICH IS NOT REALLY CONTRIBUTING TO THE MAIN THEME OF THE PASSAGE.
Given the structure and stresses of contemporary North American society, the happiness of couples plummets the minute they become parents.
1- Parenting’s the ultimate long-term investment. Be prepared to put far more into it than you get out of it, at least for some time.
2- In a rapidly changing world, parenting seems subject to fads and changing styles, and parenting in some ways has become a competitive sport.
3- In the fast moving western lifestyles people often ignore the basic things of their life, be it family values in their youth, their duties in adulthood, not to speak of parenting itself. All are becoming lost.
4- It is especially important that parents give children a good start, but it’s also important for parents to recognize that kids come into the world with their own temperaments, and it is the parents’ job to provide an interface with the world that eventually prepares a child for complete independence.
1- A stage play involves drama and action as its most pure actions. All you’ve got to work with is characters and language.
2- If you want to join the ranks of Shakespeare, Ibsen, and Arthur Miller, you need to develop a bold, character-driven story meant to be performed in a theater.
3- During the eighties era when there were not much modes of entertainment available to the general masses, plays, dramas, storytelling, they all came to the rescue of the people. But they were not developed to their full potential.
4- With a good vision, great writing, and a little luck, you’ll get to experience the thrill of seeing your finished play performed. Whether you’re writing a play to be shown on television or just writing for fun, it’s always fun to try.
5- Plays are character-driven pieces of writing. Since it’s basically going to be a lot of talking between people, your characters need to be as believable as possible. In great plays, the inner tensions between characters enact themselves in external ways.
1- India is land of festivals and the Hindus are ever busy and enjoy celebrating various festivals, both social as well as religious, throughout the year,the first festival of the year being basant panchami.
2- It is believed that Goddess Saraswati is always in white costume and like white very much. White is also considered to be a color of peace and calmness. So people wear it with a sort of devotional feeling as well.
3- The festival marks the arrival of spring and also the birth of Goddess Saraswati – theHindu goddess of learning, this day has a special significance in Hindu Hence, the social significance of the festival is that it signifies the awakening of new joy and the end of gloomy days.
4- Siri Panchani or Vasanta Panchami falls onmaagha sudha panchami e. the fifth day of the brighter fortnight of the moon in the Hindu month of maagha. The term Vasant means spring and panchami means fifth. As the festival is celebrated at the onset of the spring and announces the arrival of spring season hence it is known as Basant Panchami.
5- The festival is celebrated across the country as a mark of the end of winter season. This Basant Panchami day is specially dedicated to Goddess Saraswati and in the Saraswati temples across the country, special poojas are performed to the goddess on this day.
1- In ancient times, India had the Gurukula system of education in which anyone who wished to study went to a teacher’s (Guru) house and requested to be taught. If accepted as a student by the guru, he would then stay at the guru’s place and help in all activities at home.
2- Teaching was confined to classrooms and the link with nature was broken, as also the close relationship between the teacher and the student. This proved to be a major cause of the loss in direct relation of people with nature,
3- Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education was the first Board set up in India in the year 1921. It was setup with jurisdiction over Rajputana, Central India and Gwalior. It was the function of the Board to decide on things like curriculum, textbooks and examination system for all schools affiliated to it.
4- The Modern school system was brought to India including the English language, originally by Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay in the 1830s. The curriculum was confined to “modern” subjects such as science and mathematics. And subjects like metaphysics and philosophy were considered unnecessary. Which was not the case in earlier times.
5- The teacher taught everything the child wanted to learn. From Sanskrit to the holy scriptures and from Mathematics to Metaphysics. The student stayed as long as she wished or until the teacher felt that he had taught everything he could teach.
1- According to research, a 30-minute morning walk can help in improving blood sugar control. As well as the management of insulin in Type II diabetes. It allows the cells in muscles use up more glucose. 30-minute morning walk helps burn body fats, Also aids in improving.
2- Morning walks can help you keep your weight under control. If you are trying to lose weight, there is nothing like a brisk walk for 30 to 40 minutes daily to help you. It helps in elevating the heart rate and burn calories that are essential for weight loss.
3- Walking every morning gives you energy throughout the day. It helps increase the circulation of blood and supply of oxygen. It is also a great way to keep depression away.
4- Morning walks can also lower triacylglycero levels and prevent hypertension. By walking every morning, you can prevent the onset of heart diseases.
5- A study says that although morning walks are beneficial for health. One should avoid long walks in early morning in winters as it increases the rate of heart attack in adults.
- PARENTING – 4
- PLAYS – 3
- BASANT PANCHAMI – 2
- TEACHING – 3
- MORNING WAWLKS – 5