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Saturday, 4 August 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 04 - 08 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 04 - 08 - 18
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Q1-5. FIND THE ERRORS.

Q.1. In the meeting (a) / hold last month (b) / all other members were present than Vinay. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.2. He dared to (a) / go at the (b) / blast site so as to save their colleague.(c) / No error (d) 

Q.3. He says that (a) / he is tried with (b) / this work. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.4. Everyone is request (a) / to attend the (b) / dinner party hosted by the party president. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.5. When I receive (a) / the letter, the date (b) / for interview was already over. (c) / No error (d) 

Q.6-10. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions. 

During war, petroleum was “as indispensable as blood” in the 20th century. In peace the oil business dominated stock markets, bankrolled despots and ____ (6) up the economies of entire countries. But the 21st century will see oil’s influence slacken. Cheap natural gas, renewable energy, electric vehicles and coordinated efforts to ____ (7) global warming together mean that the power source of choice will be electricity. 

That is welcome. The electricity era will diminish the ____ (8) of the $2trn oil trade, reduce the choke points that have made oil a source of global tension, put energy production into local hands and make power more ____ (9) to the poor. It will also make the world cleaner and safer—reassuringly dull, even. The trouble is getting from here to there. Not just oil producers, but everyone else, too, may find the transition perilous. 

Oil and electricity are a study in contrasts. Oil is a wonder fuel, packed with more energy by weight than coal and by volume than natural gas (both still the main sources of electricity). It is easy to ship, store and turn into myriad refined products, from petrol to plastics to pharmaceuticals. But it is found only in specific places favoured by geology. Its production is concentrated in a few hands, and its oligopolistic suppliers—from the Seven Sisters to OPEC and Russia—have consistently attempted to drip-feed it on to the market to ____ (10) prices high. Concentration and cartelisation make oil prone to crises and the governments of oil-rich states prone to corruption and abuse. 

Q6. Choose the correct option for (6) 

(a) put 

(b) hamper 

(c) propped 

(d) crops 

Q7. Choose the correct option for (7) 

(a) attempt 

(b) tackle 

(c) know 

(d) scuffle 

Q8. Choose the correct option for (8) 

(a) clout 

(b) pattern 

(c) focus 

(d) track 

Q9. Choose the correct option for (9) 

(a) accessible 

(b) perishable 

(c) palpable 

(d) agreeable 

Q10. Choose the correct option for (10) 

(a) made 

(b) urge 

(c) keep 

(d) renew 

ANSWERS

Q.1. (b) 

Explanation: held because the use of last month makes it simple past tense. 

Q.2. (c) 

Explanation: use his, because the subject is he. 

Q.3. (b) 

Explanation: use ‘tired with’. 

Q.4. (a) 

Explanation: is requested because of a passive voice. 

Q.5. (a) 

Explanation: received should be used because of a presence of when. 

Q.6. (c) 

Q.7. (b) 

Q.8. (a) 

Explanation: 

clout (N)- Dominance, influence 

For other options 

Track(N)-path 

Q.9. (a) 

For other options 

perishable(adj)- to decay or go bad quickly. 

palpable(adj)-perceptible 

Q.10. (c) 

For other options 

urge(n)-desire 

renew(v)-revive 


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