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Monday, 1 January 2018

SSC Quiz : English Language | 01 - 01 - 18

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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. In case of no error mark D as your answer.

1. The judgment /(A) has understandably caused /(B) great dismay with activists /(C). No error (D)

Answer. (C) Use ‘amongst’ in place of ‘with’.

2. The SC panel probing /(A) the issue has found /(B) prima facie evidence of his guilt /(C). No error (D)

Answer. (D) No error

3. The controversy generated /(A) for the student’s allegation has /(B) dented the Principal’s prestige /(C). No error (D)

Answer. (b) Use ‘by’ instead of ‘for’.

4. Political scientist David Easton had /(A) argued that political systems /(B) running on an input-output model /(C). No error (D)

Answer. (c) Use ‘run’ on place of ‘running’.

5. The meaning of /(A) political rights has /(B) be reduced to the right to vote /(C). No error (D)

Answer. (c) Use ‘been’ instead of ‘be’.

6. It is (A)/ a quarter to ten (B)/ by my watch. (C)/ No error (D)

Answer. (B) A will not be used before time.

7. My cousin with her parents (A)/ have gone (B)/ to Chennai (C)/ No error (D)

Answer. (B) Have will be replaced by has.

8. The problem of soil erosion (A)/ is one of the serious imports (B)/ in various countries. (C)/ No error (D)

Answer. (B) Imports will be replaced by import because verb is always singular after one of the.

9. Rabindranath Tagore was not (A)/ the first Nobel laureate (B)/ without a University Degree. (C)/ No error (D)

Answer. (D) No error

10. Supposing if (A)/ he tells the truth (B)/ he can escape punishment. (C)/ No error (D)

Answer. (A) Supposing or If, any one will be used.

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