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Thursday, 31 August 2017

SSC Quiz | English Language | 31 - 08 - 17

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Q.1-4. In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and mark your answer.


Q.1. He was born ____ India. 

(A) down (B) in

(C) out (D) up

Q.2. There is nobody ____ home. 

(A) at (B) in

(C) on (D) inside

Q.3. I do not agree ____ you. 

(A) on (B) with (C) to (D) in

Q.4. In questions given below, a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D)

Our culture and civilization are superior to those of any other country in the world. 
(A) superior than (B) superior from (C) superior over (D) No improvement

Q.5-9. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.

It was a dry summer. The animals in the forest were beginning to find it difficult to get food. A bear, a wolf and a jackal thought it would be better to join hands with a lion and do the hunting. They approached lion and he too agreed. The four of them went off hunting. The hunting party came across a buffalo. The fox and wolf chased the buffalo. The bear intercepted the buffalo. The lion killed him. The fox made shares out of the buffalo. When they were about to take their shares the lion roared and said, “Well friends, the first share is mine for my leadership. The second share is mine for, it is I who killed. The third share is also mine for I need it for my cubs. Anyone who needs a share can take the fourth. But before that you will have to win me.” All the three left the place
without a single word. 

Q.5. What for the first share of Lion is? 

(A) For the sake of hunting.

(B) For his leadership.

(C) For his cubs.

(D) Both (A) and (C)

Q.6. Who did the hunting party come across? 

(A) A lion (B) A wolf (C) A buffalo (D) A bear

Q.7. What were the animals in the forest beginning to find difficult? 

(A) To get water. (B) To get shelter (C) To get food. (D) To get fruits.

Q.8. Which of the following thought it would be better to join hands with a lion and do the hunting? 

(A) A bear (B) A wolf (C) A jackal (D) All A, B and C

Q.9. Who did intercept the buffalo? 

(A) The wolf (B) The Lion (C) The Jackal (D) The bear

Answer:


Q.1.(B) Bear down(phrasal verb) - To apply maximum effort and concentration
Bear out(phrasal verb) - To prove to be right
Bear up(phrasal verb) - To withstand stress, difficulty.
Q.2.(A) 'at home' is used as a phrase
Q.3.(B) ' agree with'
You can say that you 'agree with' someone or 'agree with' what they say.
I agree with Mark.
He agreed with my idea.
'agree to'
If you 'agree to' a suggestion or proposal, you say that you will allow it to happen.
He had agreed to the use of force.
'agree on'
If people reach a decision together about something, they 'agree on' it.
We agreed on a date for the wedding.
Q.4.(D)
Q.5.(B)
Q.6.(C)
Q.7.(C)
Q.8.(D)
Q.9.(D)

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