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Thursday, 15 February 2018

SSC CHSL Quiz : English Language | 15 - 02 - 18

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SSC CHSL Quiz : English Language | 15 - 02 - 18


In SSC examination the English section is completely based on the grammar rule so, you need to focus on the grammar part of English. Learn all the basic concepts and rules of grammar that will increase your marks in the examination. It was seen that there is a change in the pattern of an exam in English, in different exam some section are skipped while some section provides but the basic remains same so you need to practice more on grammar rules to cover all the aspects of English. It is the most scoring section with less time consuming so practice on daily basis. Mahendra Guru provides you English Language Quiz for SSC examination based on the latest pattern. So, that you can practice on regular basis. It will definitely help you to score good marks in the exam. It is the most important section for all the govt exam like IBPS PO/ Clerk/SO/RRB, RBI, SBI, Insurance, SSC-MTS, CGL, CHSL, State Level and other Competitive exams.

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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 Reserve Bank of India under governor (1) from surprising investors for the first time since October by leaving the key policy rate unchanged, but (2) a red flag on inflationary pressures that likely signal the end of (3) borrowing costs. At the same time, interest rates may not (4) up any time before next year as RBI has factored in enough bad news on the inflation front. Economic prospects are brighter due to the "wartime pace" of (5), the upcoming implementation of the goods and services tax and (6) of lending rates by banks. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), which voted unanimously for the fourth time in a (7), did raise the reverse repo rate, at which RBI pays banks for excess deposits, by a quarter point. That was aimed at reducing the (8) to money market rates caused by a (9) in liquidity due to flow of funds into banks after demonetisation. The central bank raised both the economic growth and inflation (10) for the fiscal year, and laid out measures to tackle surplus liquidity due to demonetisation and a likely surge in overseas fund flows that are making interest rate policy less effective.

Q1.

(a) indulged

(b) abstain

(c) refrained

(d) encouraged

Q2.

(a) remained

(b) waved

(c)persisted

(d) fluctuate

Q3.

(a) lower

(b) greater

(c) higher

(d) escalator

Q4.

(a) rush

(b) crawl

(c) plod

(d) slither

Q5.

(a) methodization

(b) monetisation

(c) demonetisation

(d) remonetisation

Q6.


(a) scathing

(b) drilling

(c) slashing

(d) cutting

Q7.

(a) row

(b) column

(c) queue

(d) rumble

Q8.

(a) clarity

(b) malformation

(c) perfection

(d) distortion

Q9.

(a) increase

(b) Surge

(c) decline

(d) rise

Q10.

(a) predict

(b) foretells

(c) forecasts

(d) ignores








Answers:-
Q-1-(c)
Q-2-(b)
Q-3-(a)
Q-4-(b)
Q-5-(d)
Q-6-(c)
Q-7-(a)
Q-8-(d)
Q-9-(b)
Q-10-(c)

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