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Wednesday, 20 December 2017

SSC Quiz : English Language | 20 - 12 - 17

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SSC Quiz : English Language | 19 - 12 - 17

Developing a solid foundation in English will not only help you to increase your knowledge but will also help you to score better in the exam. English is a major section in exams which candidate fears a lot. To boost your preparation, MahendraGuru is providing English Quiz for SSC CGL Mains and SSC CHSL exams.

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Q.1-10. 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 alternatives given.

Ankita Kothari was one year into a ___1____ career as a corporate banker __2__ Hyderabad when a devastating road accident ____3___ her right leg, leaving her unable to walk. Doctors told her she ___4__ need multiple surgeries. Determined to avoid another operation, the 24-year-old IIM-Raipur graduate decided to adopt a positive attitude and got ___5__ on her feet through sheer discipline and dedication. Here, she ___6__ her journey back to health. On July 26, 2015, I was returning home on my two-wheeler from some personal work. The car on my left was ___7___, trying to overtake me, and the road had ____8___ divider. I moved slightly to my right and was hit by a car from the opposite direction. I was wearing a helmet, which protected my head, but the femur, tibia and fibia ____9____ my right leg were broken. At the site of the accident there was one doctor. I asked her if I’d ever be able to walk again. She told me, “Ankita, you’ll not only walk, you’ll run.” That was the moment I ___10____ no matter what, I’m not going to cry. I’m just going to find a solution.

Q.1. (A) promising                   (B) promised                 (C) alluring                 (D) ominous 

Q.2. (A) at                                 (B) in                             (C) into                         (D) along 
Q.3. (A) pleased                       (B) excited                     (C) shattered                (D) shattering 

Q.4. (A) can                              (B) could                       (C) would                      (D) might 

Q.5. (A) back                           (B) into                          (C) in                            (D) on 

Q.6. (A) shared                        (B) shares                     (C) has shared               (D) is sharing 

Q.7. (A) honking                     (B) rustling                   (C) susurration             (D) whispering 

Q.8. (A) one                            (B) two                           (C) no                              (D) some 

Q.9. (A) in                               (B) on                            (C) at                               (D) into 
Q.10. (A) assumed                  (B) decided                    (C) thought                     (D) acted 


Q.1. (A) 

Q.2. (B) 

Q.3. (C) 

Q.4. (C) 

Q.5. (A) 

Q.6. (B) 

Q.7. (A) 

Q.8. (C) 

Q.9. (A) 

Q.10. (B)

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