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Friday, 30 March 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 30 - 03 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 30 - 03 - 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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Q.1-5. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions. 



We human beings are going to be in a frantic footrace with smart machines to stay relevant. What we’re going to have to do well are those things which are uniquely human, such as our ability to create, innovate and relate at the highest emotional levels with other humans. We can’t stay relevant by trying to outthink Watson. 


Watson can process, remember and recall much more information than us. What we’ve got to do is to play to our strengths. The problem is that we are not naturally good at high-level thinking, whether it’s critical, innovative or creative. And because of our cultural and evolutionary biology, we’re not good at connecting and relating with others. 
This is a new story about how humans can thrive in the smart machine age. It begins with the concept of New Smart from school on, we were trained to get high grades —high grades meant you were smart. How did you get high grades? You don’t make mistakes. Smart is basically, “I knew more things than you. I got more right answers. I remembered more things.” 



Smart was a quantity concept. Well, that’s a losing game. When knowledge has a short shelf life and smart machines can remember and process more than us, New Smart says, “Define yourself as the quality of your thinking, listening, relating and collaborating. Those are the key behaviours that are necessary to think critically, innovatively and to collaborate with other people.” 


Q.1. With whom human beings are going to be in a frantic footrace? 


(a) Smart phones to stay smart. 


(b) Smart devices to stay cool. 


(c) Smart machines to stay relevant. 


(d) Smart devises to stay fit. 


Q.2. What are those things which are uniquely human? 


(a) ability to create 


(b) innovation 


(c) relate at the highest emotional levels with other humans 


(d) All (a), (b) and (c) 


Q.3. What is the problem as per the passage given? 


(a) The problem is that we were trained to get high grades. 


(b) The problem is that humans can thrive in the smart machine age. 


(c) The problem is that we are not naturally good at high-level thinking. 


(d) The problem is that we’re going to do well with many a thing. 


(e) Q.4. Why are we not good at connecting and relating with others? 


(a) Because of a new story about how humans. 


(b) Because it begins with the concept of New Smart from school. 


(c) Because of our cultural and evolutionary biology. 


(d) Because we live in the new age. 


Q.5. What is a losing game, according to the passage? 


(a) I knew more things than others. 


(b) Smart was a quality concept. 


(c) I remembered more things. 


(d) Smart was a quantity concept


Q.6-10. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.


A couple of sparrows lived on the branches of a huge tree, deep in the jungle. They had worked very hard in building their nest, and it was a comfortable home that protected them in all weathers. 


One day, during the winter, as they were enjoying the comforts of their nest, it started raining outside. 


Sometime later, a monkey came to take shelter under the very same tree. The monkey was all drenched in the rain, and his teeth were chattering in the cold. 


When the female sparrow saw this, she felt pity on him and said from her nest, "O Monkey, You have hands and feet similar to humans. You can use them for many reasons. Why don't you make yourself a protected home?" 


The monkey was already suffering from the rain and the cold, and was in no mood for an advice. He replied, "You wicked sparrow! Why can't you keep your mouth shut?"
But the female sparrow continued her advice. She explained how she was able to enjoy the comforts of her home, and how she did not suffer from either heat, or cold, or rain. This made the monkey very angry. 


The monkey thought, "What a wicked female bird! She talks as if she has mastered all sciences and philosophies, and simply won't stop chirping. She is making me so angry, that I might as well kill her. I am already suffering from this rain and cold, I do not wish to hear any advice." 


The female sparrow, however, continued chattering and did not cease to advice.
At one moment, the monkey became so angry, that he climbed up the tree and tore up her nest to pieces. 

The wise indeed say:
Give your advice only to those who deserve it, else you will come to grief. 


Q.6. What did the sparrow said to the monkey when his teeth were chattering in the cold? 


(a) The sparrow advised monkey to not to make a shelter for anyone. 


(b) The sparrow advised monkey to make his own home to protect himself from rain. 


(c) The sparrow advised monkey to come in her shelter. 


(d) The sparrow advised monkey to go home and set the fire to make his body heat. 


Q.7. Choose the suitable title for the given passage? 


(a) The Arrogant monkey 


(b) How a Sparrow came to Grief 


(c) The sparrow 


(d) The rainy season 


Q.8. What did monkey do when sparrow advised him to make a shelter for himself? 


(a) Monkey followed her advised and started working. 


(b) Monkey became angry and killed a sparrow. 


(c) Monkey climbed up the tree and tore up her nest to pieces.


(d) Monkey went his home and slept. 


Q.9. Why were teeth of the monkey chattering? 


(a) because was he was old. 


(b) Because he was all drenched in the rain. 


(c) because was he had come from somewhere. 


(d) because he had eaten something which was poisonous. 


Q.10. What did monkey reply on the suggestion of the sparrow? 


(a) Monkey replied sparrow to make a shelter for him. 


(b) Monkey replied, “You are making me so angry, I will kill you.” 


(c) Monkey replied, "You wicked sparrow! Why can't you keep your mouth shut?" 


(d) Monkey climbed up the tree and said nothing at all. 






ANSWERS:

Q.1. (c) 

Q.2. (d) 


Q.3. (c) 


Q.4. (c) 


Q.5. (d) 


Q.6. (b) 

Q.7. (b) 


Q.8. (c) 


Q.9. (b) 


Q.10. (c)




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