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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

SSC Quiz : English Language | 27 - 12 - 17

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In the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and mark your answer accordingly.

Q.1 If you are living near a marketplace (a)/ you should be ready to bear (b)/ the disturbances caused by traffic. (c)/ No error (d)

Q.2 The popularity of the novels of Prem Chand though (a)/ they are full of sad and painful incidents, (b)/ lies in the fact that they end with happiness.(c)/ No error (d)

Q.3 The huge Negro would have been a comic figure if he had (a)/ not terrific, for he was dressed in a very loud grey (b)/ check suit with a flowing salmon colored tie. (c)/ No error (d)

Q.4 It is unreasonable to distort the statement (a)/ of a man simply because he does (b)/ not agree with your opinions. (c)/ No error (d)

Q.5 The contractor did not keep his promise (a)/ that the work will be finished (b)/ before the end of the week.(c)/ No error (d)

Q.6 Never has the inadequacy of police been in clear (a)/ focus than in the communal violence (b)/ that flared up recently. (c)/ No error (d)

Q.7 Governments in developing countries are under increasing (a)/ pressure for recruiting and training teachers to meet the demands of (b)/ their rapidly expanding systems of education.(c)/ No error (d)

Q.8 According to the planning commission estimates, (a)/ by the year 2000, India will become (b)/ self-sufficient in petroleum products.(c)/ No error (d)

Q.9 He hesitated to accept the post as he (a)/ did not think that the salary was enough (b)/ for him to sustain his family.(c)/ No error (d)

Q.10 To get one’s name in the Rowland Ward’s book (a)/ of hunting records was the hot (b)/ ambition of every serious hunter.(c)/ No error (d)


Ans 1– (b) use ‘bear with’ instead of ‘bear’

Ans 2– (c) use ‘have a happy ending’ instead of ‘end with happiness’ 

Ans 3– (b) use ‘not been terrific’ instead of ‘not terrific’

Ans 4– (a) use ‘denounce’ instead of ‘distort’ 

Ans 5– (b) use ‘would’ instead of ‘will’

Ans 6– (a) use ‘clearer’ instead of ‘clear’

Ans 7– (b) use ‘to recruit and train’ instead of ‘for recruiting and training ’

Ans 8– (b) use ‘will have become’ instead of ‘will become’

Ans 9– (a) use ‘while accepting’ instead of ‘to accept’

Ans 10– (b) use ‘high’ instead of ‘hot’

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