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Thursday, 18 January 2018

SSC Quiz : English Language | 18 - 01 - 18

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SSC Quiz : English Language | 18 - 01 - 18


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In the following passages, 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. 

The state of the economy (1) the possibility that the government will miss the current year’s fiscal deficit target of 3.2% (2) gross domestic product has put the spotlight (3) how it manages its finances. The details, of course, will be (4) when the union finance minister presents the last full budget of this government in (5) a fortnight. The debate (6) whether it should stick to fiscal consolidation or run a higher deficit to push growth is likely (7) intensify as we get closer to the budget. 

To be sure, there are strong arguments on (8) sides, as economists have shown in these pages. Decision making will not be easy for the government; naturally, it will want economic growth to pick up (9) crucial assembly elections (10) in the year and the general election next year. But it would be well advised to remain on the path of fiscal prudence for a number of reasons. 

Q.1 

a) or 

b) and 

c) with 

d) not

Q.2 

a) to 

b) on 

c) of 

d) towards

Q.3 

a) on 

b) over 

c) upon 

d) above 

Q.4 

a) explored 

b) deliberated 

c) known 

d) finished

Q.5 

a) around 

b) about 

c) approximately 

d) roundabout

Q.6 

a) upon 

b) over 

c) in 

d) on

Q.7 

a) to 

b) for 

c) in 

d) on

Q.8 

a) either 

b) both 

c) all 

d) one

Q.9 

a) after 

b) front 

c) before 

d) face

Q.10 

a) later 

b) latter 

c) latest 

d) last




Answers:- 

Q-1-(b) 

Q-2-(c) 

Q-3-(a) 

Q-4-(c) 

Q-5-(b) 

Q-6-(d) 

Q-7-(a) 

Q-8-(b) 

Q-9-(c) 

Q-10-(a) 

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