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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 11 - 07 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 11 - 07 - 18
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Q.1-5. ln questions below, a sentence has been given in Active Voice/Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active Voice and mark your answer in the Answer-Sheet.

Q.1. The management could over come these challenges.

(A) Challenges could be over come by the management.

(B) These challenges could be over come by the management.

(C) The challenges can be handled by the management.

(D) The challenges can be overcome by the management.

Q.2. She noted that the visit had maintained the momentum.

(A) She noted that momentum was maintained by the visit.

(B) The visit has maintained the momentum.

(C) She noted that momentum had been maintained by the visit.

(D) She noted the momentum maintained by the visit.

Q.3. He wants photographs to be taken.

(A) He wants someone to take photographs.

(B) He wants photographs to be taken. 

(C) Photographs are to be taken by him.

(D) He is wanting to take photographs.

Q.4. I remember them taking books to the library.

(A) As I remember, books were taken to the library.

(B) The books were taken to the library.

(C) I remember books being taken to the library.

(D) The library is the place where books were being taken.

Q.5. You cannot expect the children to understand these problems.

(A) The children cannot understand these problems. 

(B) The children cannot understand these problem.

(C) You cannot expect the children to understand these problems.

(D) None of these

Q.6-10. In questions below out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence and indicate it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer-Sheet 

Q.6. One who holds office with out any remuneration.

(A) Honorary (B) Venial

(C) Genocide (D) Almanac

Q.7. One who is devoted to pleasure of eating and drinking.

(A) Lapidist (B) Epicure

(C) Abrogate (D) Pedantic

Q.8. An annual calendar with position of stars.

(A) Curator (B) Posse

(C) Hangar (D) Almanac

Q.9. An in experienced person.

(A) Pessimist (B) Usurer

(C) Novice (D) Arsenal

Q.10. One who compiles a dictionary.

(A) Lexicographer (B) Anthropologist

(C) Fugitive (D) Ominiscient

Answer:

Q.1.(B) 

Q.2.(C) 

Q.3.(A) 

Q.4.(C) 

Q.5.(B) 

Q.6.(A) Venial - Pardonable

Genocide - Mass Extermination

Almanac - Document containing information for a year

Q.7.(B) Lapidist - A slulled worker of precious stones

Abrogate - Formally put an end to

Pedantic - Bookish, Precise

Q.8.(D) Curator - Caretaker of collection

Posse - Vigelantes

Hangar - Large storage buildings

Q.9.(C) Pessimist - Person who expects bad out come

Usurer - Profession in financial institution

Arsenal - Storage of weapons

Q.10.(A) Anthropologist - A scientist specialised in anthropology.

Fugitive - Transient

Omniscient - All knowing

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