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SSC CGL & MTS Quiz : English Language

1-2. In the following questions some have error and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and mark the answer to the appropriate letter (A), (B) and (C). If there is no error, mark your answer as (D).

1 The score-line is crucial, (A)/ coming in the (B)/ backdrop of the farmers’ agitation. (C)/ No error (D)

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

2 Checking in much than 15 kg (A)/ on domestic flights could (B)/ now blow a big hole in your pocket. (C)/ No error (D)

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

3-6. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill in the blanks with the help of the given options.

India’s economy now seems to move like a vast oil slick on the global sea, far too broad, far too hard to ____ (A), to be contained or even shaped by any one leader sitting in Delhi.

For two decades now, I have been leading a band of journalists on annual trips to follow state and national elections across India. Of all my global travels, I ____ (B) these journeys the most, as a way to explore the country I love, an added pleasure at election time when India truly comes alive. But what has become increasingly clear to me over time is that, at least from an economic standpoint, the outcome of the elections is ____ (C). Seventy years after Independence, India has changed in many ways, but is more or less the same in one: there is no connection between politics and economics.

In the last decade, it seemed for a while that a link was building between politics and economics, as the few high-profile state chief ministers who delivered strong growth were re-elected. The rate at which voters rejected the incumbent candidate dropped to a ____ (D) of 50% last decade, compared to the average of 65% that had prevailed since multi-party democracy took root in the 1970s. In this decade, however, voters have switched back to their default mode of throwing out the incumbents, almost regardless of their economic performance.

3 Choose the correct option for (A)

A. moan

B. confer

C. grasp

D. acknowledge

4 Choose the correct option for (B)

A. never

B. incredible

C. relish

D. chew

5 Choose the correct option for (C)

A. reverent

B. irrelevant

C. unnecessary

D. safely

6 Choose the correct option for (D)

A. risk

B. low

C. slide

D. high

7-8. In the following questions groups of four words are given. In each group, one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and mark your answer.

7

A. Inconveniensed

B. Inconvineinced

C. Inconvenienced

D. Inconvenneinced

8

A. Soveriegnity

B. Sovereignity

C. Soveriegnity

D. Sovereignty

9-10. In the questions given below, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the given word and mark your answer.

9 OSTRACISE


A. Amuse

B. Welcome

C. Entertain

D. Host

10 DENSE

A. Scarce

B. Slim

C. Sparse

D. Lean

Answers:-


Q.1 (D)

Q.2 (A)

Q.3 (C)

Q.4 (C)

Q.5 (B)

Q.6 (B)

Q.7 (C)

Q.8 (D)

Q.9 (B)

Q.10 (C3)

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