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Thursday, 3 May 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 03 - 05 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 01 - 05 - 18
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Q.1-5. In the following questions some have error and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and mark the answer to the appropriate letter (A), (B) and C). If there is no error, mark your answer as (D). 

Q.1. The rate off growth for India (A)/is the highest among(B)/ international students in the US.(C)/no error(D) 

Q.2. Though Chinese students account for(A)/ near one-third of (B)/ foreign students in the US. (C)/no error(D 

Q.3. Thousands of aspirant(A)/ appear in the(B)/ civil service exam. (C)/no error(D) 

Q.4. According to official data released(A)/ a total of 186,267 Indians (B)/ was studying in the US universities. (C)/no error(D) 

Q.5. Indian students’ flow(A)/ to US for higher education(B)/ rose 12.3% in 2016-17. (C)/no error(D) 

Q.6. While the cumulative student population(A)/ has grown, the flow of fresh students(B)/ have reported a negative growth. (C)/no error(D) 

Q.7. Experts at the agency’s jet propulsion laboratory(A)/ decided to turned to (B)/ four backup thrusters. (C)/no error(D) 

Q.8. Overall, an cumulative(A)/ 1.08 million foreign students(B)/ were pursuing higher education.(C)/no error(D) 

Q.9. The blood report(A)/ of a cancer patient (B)/ is under examination. (C)/no error(D) 

Q.10. The Voyager team got more excited(A)/ each time with each milestone(B)/ in the thruster test. (C)/ no error (D) 


1. (A) use ‘The rate of growth’ in place of ‘The rate off growth’. 

2. (B) use ‘nearly one-third of’ in place of ‘near one-third of’. 

3. (A) use ‘Thousands of aspirants’ in place of ‘Thousands of aspirant’. 

4. (C) use ‘were studying’ in place of ‘was studying’. 

5. (B) use ‘to the US for’ in place of ‘to US for’ 

6. (C) use ‘has reported’ in place of ‘have reported’, because the subject is the flow. 

7. (B) use ‘to turn’ in place of ‘to turned’. 

8. (A) use ‘Overall, a cumulative’ in place of ‘Overall, an cumulative’. 

9. (D) 

10. (D) 

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