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Friday, 11 May 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 11 - 05 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 11 - 05 - 18
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Q.1-10. In the following question, find out which part of a sentence has an error and mark your answer. In case of no error mark your answer as (D). 

Q.1. The Manager put forward (a) / a number of criterions (b) / for the post. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.2. The Railways have made (a) / crossing the tracks (b) / a punished offence. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.3. A member shall be required (a) / to pay interest at such rate (b) / as is fixed by the committee. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.4. Citizens cannot afford (a) / to take the law (b) / out of their hands. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.5. The relatives of the deceased (a) / threatened to revenge (b) / his death, (c) / No error (d) 

Q.6. I remember (a) / meet him (b) / five years ago. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.7. He asked (a) / that how long (b) / you would be absent. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.8.He ate (a) / nothing (b) / since yesterday.(c) / No error (d) 

Q.9.Madhuri Dixit is having (a) / a large (b) / fan following. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.10. She (a) / is working here (b) / since 2016. (c) / No error (d) 


1. (B) replace ‘criterions’ with ‘criteria’ because ‘criterion’ is singular and its plural is ‘criteria’. 

2. (C) use ‘punishable offence’ in place of ‘punished offence’. 

3. (C) remove ‘is’ because it is unnecessary. 

4. (C) use ‘into their hands’ in place of ‘out of their hands’ because the idiom is ‘take the law into your own hands’. It means to punish someone for an offence according to one's own ideas of justice, especially in an illegal or violent way. 

5. (D) ‘avenge- inflict harm to other in return for an injury or wrong done not in relation. 

6. (B) use ‘meeting’ in place of ‘meet’ because here gerund is required. 

7. (B) remove ‘that’ because it is unnecessary. 

8. (A) use ‘he has eaten’ in place of ‘he ate’ because this sentence shows the sense of present perfect tense. 

9. (A) use ‘has’ in place of ‘is having’ because ‘have’ is not use in continuous tense. 

10. (B) ‘has been working’ in place of ‘is working’ the sentence shows the sense of present perfect continuous tense.

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