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Saturday, 14 July 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 14 - 07 - 18

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Q.1-5. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.

The marginal perk up in wholesale prices from 3.2% to 3.4% was unexpected as it reversed a steady three-month fall in wholesale inflation. This is rather surprising because wholesale food prices has even fallen by a marginal 0.7% for the first time in almost 16 months. But this obviously did not have much of an impact as food prices account for a bare 15% of the wholesale price index which is substantially lower than its share in the consumer price index where it accounts for more than half the total weight.

The price scenario on the food front seems quite comfortable. Prices of most commodities like vegetable and fruits are either stagnant or even falling sharply. High value foods like milks, eggs, meat and fish are now hovering in the 2-4% range. The trends on the cereals front is however a little uncomfortable. Though prices of rice continue to soften after a good khariff harvest that of wheat has gone up in double digits for the second consecutive month with the pickup even accelerating to 12.8% in the most recent month.

Q.1. Wholesale price index which is substantially lower than its share in the?

(A) Consumer price index

(B) Marginal rate index

(C) Python list index

(D) Only (A) and (B)

Q.2. Why did wholesale food prices were ‘fallen’ not have much impact?

(A) As food prices account for a bare 15% of the wholesale price index.

(B) As cost push impact on the price levels.

(C) As food prices have even started picking up again.

(D) As recent trends show that food prices are not going to get the high pace.

Q.3. What was unexpected about wholesale prices?

(A) Sharp jump in energy prices

(B) The marginal perk up in them from 3.2% to 3.4%.

(C) The marginal perk up in fuel and power sector.

(D) The marginal reduction in them from 3.4% to 3.2%.

Q.4. What did the wholesale price-rise reverse?

(A) Due to the sharp fall in energy prices.

(B) Due to steady three months fall in wholesale inflation.

(C) Due to an inflation hike from1.6% to 8.7%.

(D) Due to steady five months fall in wholesale deflation.

Q.5. What would be the suitable title of the given passage?

(A) Fall in energy prices

(B) Consumer price index

(C) Recent opening up of wheat imports

(D) Surging cost of energy prices is slowly emerging as a cause for concern

Q.6-8. In the questions given below, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the given word and mark your answer.


(A) Active 

(B) Pompous

(C) Lucky 

(D) Joyful


(A) Sauve 

(B) Disapprove

(C) Hesitant 

(D) Hearten


(A) Sobre 

(B) Encourage

(C) Splendid 

(D) Benevolent

Q.9-10. In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and mark your answer.

Q.9. The meeting had to be put ____ due to huge absenteeism.

(A) off 

(B) out

(C) down 

(D) up

Q.10. Traffic on the 300-km long arterial Jammu-Srinagar national highway, was suspended _____ a few hours.
(A) in 

(B) at

(C) for 

(D) by

Q.1.(A) Q.2.(A) Q.3.(B) Q.4.(B)  Q.5.(D) Q.6.(A) Q.7.(B) Q.8.(B)  Q.9.(A) Q.10.(

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