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Saturday, 21 July 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 21 - 07 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 21 - 07 - 18
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Q.1-10. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions. 

The most logical and intelligent people seem to go berserk when talking about snakes. Recently a reputed scientist said with a wise look in his eyes that sand boas have two heads. The other day someone walked into my office and stated that in his village at least cobras mate with rat snakes. About other places he was not sure, he added modestly, but that was how it was in his village. 

These stories about snakes are myths. Sand boas have only one head, vine snakes do not peck your eyes out, no snake will drink milk. But it is interesting to try and trace the origin of these untruths. The one about the sand boas two heads obviously exists because the short, stumpy tail of this snake looks remarkably like the head, an effective device to fool predators. Or take the one about vine snakes pecking at eyes. It was probably started by a vine snake that had a bad aim, as snakes, when provoked, will bite the most prominent projection of the offender, which is usually the nose. But the most interesting one is a bout snakes coming to the scene of killing to take revenge. It so happens that when injured or under stress, a snake exudes a large quantity of musk. Musk is a powerful sex attractant, the snakes’ equivalent of after-shave lotion. So after a snake is killed, the ground around still has this smell and naturally a snake of the same species passing by will lick its lips and come to investigate. The killer of the snake, who is probably worried if the Pooja he performed was adequate to liquidate the killing of a snake, sees the second snake and is convinced that it was not. 

The Irula tribals have a good answer to the query about whether cobras have jewels in their heads; “If they did, we wouldn’t be snake catchers, we would be rajas!’. 

Q.1. According to the passage, musk 

(A) is a poison aimed at the offender. 

(B) attracts other snakes to take revenge. 

(C) is an after-shave lotion 

(D) Not mentioned in the passage 

Q.2. Who among the following has a better understanding of snakes? 

(A) The villagers 

(B) The killer of snakes 

(C) The scientists 

(D) The Irula tribals 

Q.3. Which of the following statements is true? 

(A) The sand boas have a head and a stumpy tail 

(B) The sand boas have only a stumpy tail but no head. 

(C) The sand boas have two heads. 

(D) The sand boas have one head but no tail 

Q.4. According to the passage, the vine snakes. 

(A) peck at nose 

(B) bite the most prominent projection of the offender. 

(C) do not bite 

(D) peck one’s eyes out 

Q.5. In the context of the passage, ‘exude’ means. 

(A) emit (a smell) 

(B) feel happy 

(C) display an emotion 

(D) capture 

Q.6. The phrase ‘’..... that was not’ means 

(A) the snake has not been killed 

(B) the place has not been cleaned 

(C) the death of the snake has not been avenged 

(D) the pooja has not been performed properly. 

Q.7. In the context of the passage, ‘predator’ means. 

(A) an animal of prey 

(B) a kind of snake 

(C) snake charmer 

(D) plunderer 

Q.8. According to the passage, the author. 

(A) worships snakes. 

(B) believes in facts 

(C) believes in myths 

(D) is afraid of snakes 

Q.9. In the passage, ‘liquidate’ means 

(A) do away with 

(B) atone 

(C) avenge 

(D) feel sorry 

Q.10. Irula tribals are 

(A) snake killers 

(B) snake catchers 

(C) snake lovers 

(D) worshippers of snakes 


Q.1. (B) 

Q.2. (D) 

Q.3. (A) 

Q.4. (B) 

Q.5. (A) 

Q.6. (D) 

Q.7. (C) 

Q.8. (B) 

Q.9. (B) 

Q.10. (B)

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