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Friday, 19 January 2018

SSC Quiz : English Language | 19 - 01 - 18

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SSC Quiz : English Language | 19 - 01 - 18


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Direction: Identity which part of the sentence contains error and mark it as your answer.
    1. India has asked the United Kingdom (A)/ to return 57 fugitives(B)/, including liquor baron Vijay Mallya(C)/, member of some extremist groups.(D) 

    2. The decks were cleared on Monday(A)/ for the elevation of(B)/ Rahul Gandhi president of the Congress(C)/ with the Congress working committee.(D)

    3. A day before the Supreme Court was(A)/ to hear NDTV’s challenge(B)/ to the Government order imposing(C)/ one-day ban on its Hindi channel-NDTV India.(D) 


    4. Sunlight and wind on Monday helped(A)/ to lift the cover of smog over Delhi(B)/ slightly during the day(C)/ though average pollution levels remained severe.(D) 


    5. In the face of strong objections all the opposition parties (A)/ the Home Minister introduced in the Rajya Sabha (B)/ a Bill to restrict certainly right conferred by the(C)/ constitution to the member of the police. (D) 


    6. Under the scheme, Indian Nationals (A)/ who frequently come to the U. K. and contribute (B)/ to growth in both countries will face (C) a 'significantly easier' entry process. (D) 


    7. An internal investigation has identified (A)/ improper payment totalling approximate $5 million (B)/ related to its India facilities (C), Cognizant Technology Solutions said.(D) 


    8. ICICI Bank, he list now stood at (A)/ Rs.34,490 crore, said MD and CEO. (B) the bank, moreover, did not give any guidance on (C) how much further the bad loans could raise. (D) 


    9. It takes a few months for (A) the child's features to take shape before (B)/ one could convincingly say (C)/ the child has taken after his mother or father.(D) 


    10. At least 14 people have died(A)/ and 12 others were injured when(B)/ a major fire broke out at Thursday night(C)/ at a building in Kamala Mills Compound.(D) 




    Explanation: 


    1. D. ‘members’ in place of member. 


    2. C. missing adverb ‘as’ before president; here ‘as’ means considered to be.

     
    3. D. ‘a one-day ban’ should be there, ‘a’ is missing. 


    4. B. remove ‘to’ before ‘lift’ because after the verb ‘help’ use Bare Infinitive. 


    5. C. use ‘certain’, adjective is required here. 


    6. E. no error

     
    7. B. use adverb ‘approximately’ in place of ‘approximate’. 


    8. C. use ‘however’ in place of ‘moreover’. 


    9. D. use ‘it’ in place of ‘his’ because for child ‘neutral gender’ is used. 


    10. C. ‘on’ should be used in place of ‘at’.



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