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Thursday, 5 July 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 05 - 07 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 05 - 07 - 18
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Q.1-10. 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 (1), (2) and (3). If there is no error, mark your answer as (4).

Q1. It is a truth that (1)/ those who are jealous of others (2)/ never get peace in life. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q2. Walking along (1)/the bank of the river (2)/ the road begins to rise. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q3. He is telling (1)/ that I have (2)/ stolen his pen. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q4. The driver showed (1)/ great talent in keeping (2)/ the damaged car under control. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q5. If it were possible to get near when (1)/ one of the volcanic eruptions take place (2)/ we should see a grand sight. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q6. Tea grows (1)/ both in Assam (2)/ and Ceylon. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q7. He described about (1)/ the unpleasant experiences (2)/ he had in the jail. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q8. I shall avail (1)/ of this opportunity (2)/ to meet you there. (3)/ No error (4) 

Q9. If I got rich (1)/ I would travel (2)/ around the world. (3) /No error (4) 

Q10. Engines used in space shuttles (1)/ are much larger (2)/ and more strong than the ones used in Jet planes. (3) / No error (4) 

Answers and Explanation: 

Q1. (4) No Error 

Q2. (1) In this sentence there is an error of unattached participle because the subject of each part is different. Hence Adverbial clause (while) along.....will be a correct usage. 

Q3. (1) Verb "tell" is always followed by an object. Hence, He says/ He is saying/ He is telling me.....should be used. 

Q4. (2) Hence, great skill in keeping should be used. The word skill means : the ability to do something well, while the word talent means :a natural ability to do something. 

Q5. (2) One of is followed by a Plural Noun/ Pronoun but a Singular verb. Hence, one of the volcanic eruptions takes place.........should be used. 

Q6. (1) Here, Passive Voice should be used. Hence, tea is grown will be a correct usage. 

Q7. (3) Article "the" is not used before the words- jail, prison, school, college etc. in general sense. Hence, he had in jail......is a correct usage. 

Q8. (4) No error 

Q9. (4) No Error 

Q10. (3) Here ‘much stronger than’ should be used.

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