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Wednesday, 16 May 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 16 - 05 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 16 - 05 - 18
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Q.1-10. In the questions below the first and the last sentences of the passage are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the passage is split into four parts and named P, Q, R, and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence and find out which of the four combinations is correct and mark your answer.


(1) A dictionary 

(P) arranged words 

(Q) about which information 

(R) containing alphabetically 

(S) is a book 

(6) is given 

(A) RPQS      (B) QRPS 

(C) SRPQ      (D) SPRQ 


(1) Agriculture 

(P) cotton for our clothes 

(Q) raw materials like jute 

(R) and sugarcane for our industries 

(S) gives us food 

(6) and food for cattle. 

(A) SRQP       (B) RQPS 

(C) QPRS       (D) SPQR 


(1) Today political freedom 

(P) and the right 

(Q) however money and all that money 

(R) assures people equality before law 

(S) to elect their Government 

(6) can buy is not fairly distributed. 




(1) By far the most logical step 

(P) to relieve the housewife of routine 

(Q) which can be programmed 

(R) to carry out standard operations 

(S) is to provide a robot 

(6) when switched by the house wife. 

(A) RSPQ     (B) PSQR 

(C) QSPR     (D) SRQP 


(1) Almost every country in the world 

(P) that it is of the chosen people 

(Q) it has some special dispensation from providence 

(R) and that other are some what 

(S) believes that 

(6) inferior creature 

(A) RPQS      (B) RQPS 

(C) SQPR      (D) SQRP 


(1) Thick glass may 

(P) which are available 

(Q) of the home bottle-cutter 

(R) in many large stores, but any fine 

(S) be cut with one 

(6) glass requires personal attention 

(A) PSRQ    (B) QPSR 

(C) RQSP    (D) SQPR 


(1) In 1857, fighting broke out all over the country. 

(P) Everywhere the people rose in rebellion. 

(Q) In March 1858 British Troops attacked the fort at Jhansi. 

(R) Thousands of people were killed on both sides. 

(S) The British fought back 

(6) The Rain’s troops fought back bravely. 

(A) PSRQ    (B) QSPR 

(C) RPSQ    (D) SQPR 


(1) If you are serious about 

(P) vocabulary building not a hobby, 

(Q) you will have to make 

(R) but an absorbing interest 

(S) increasing your vocabulary 

(6) or even an obsession 

(A) PQSR   (B) PRQS 

(C) RQPS   (D) SQPR 


(1) The hound of Baskervilles was feared by the people of the area. 

(P) Some people spoke of seeing a huge, shadowy, form of a hound at midnight of the moon. 

(Q) But they spoke of it in tones of horror. 

(R) Nobody had actually seen the hound. 

(S) This shadowy form did not reveal any details about the animal. 

(6) The hound of Baskervilles remains an unsolved mystery. 

(A) RQPS    (B) PSRQ 

(C) SPQR    (D) SPRQ 


(1) Variety, they say, is the spice of life, 

(P) decided to take this adage to heart and 

(Q) piece of garlic 

(R) serve Sāmbhar garnished with few. 

(S) but a certain reputed hotel 

(6) in its 'vegetarian food only' restaurant. 

(A) PQSR    (B) QSPR 

(C) RQPS    (D) SPRQ 












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