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Thursday, 9 August 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 09 - 08 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 09 - 08 - 18
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Q.1-10. Which of the Phrases (1), (2). (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrases printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct. If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer. 

Q.1. If he would have stolen the money, he would have done wrong. 

(A) had stolen

(B) would steal 

(C) stole

(D) No improvement 

Q.2. You seem to be enough rich to buy anything you like. 

(A) too rich

(B) very rich 

(C) rich enough

(D) No improvement 

Q.3. If I had accepted his invitation the years ago, I would have become a millionaire by now. 

(A) If I was to accept

(B) If I were to accept 

(C) If I did accept

(D) No improvement 

Q.4. Yesterday I have received a legal notice from the Bank from repayment of the loan I had taken from it. 

(A) I did receive

(B) I had received 

(C) I received

(D) No improvement 

Q.5. The Desais soon got used to live in the country. 

(A) were used to live

(B) got used to living 

(C) had used to live

(D) No improvement

Q.6. We usual have a meeting of all department heads every Friday. 

A. as usual has 

B. as usually have 

C. usually have 

D. unusually have 

Q.7. Over fifty per cent of people in the country not have any access to banking services. 

A. have not any 

B. are having not 

C. does not have 

D. do not have any 

Q.8. Anil's friends have convinced him withdrawn his resignation. 

A. in withdrawing him 

B. for withdrawal of 

C. to withdraw from his 

D. to withdraw his 

Q.9. India and China have many large number of educated workers than Brazil. 

A. a larger number 

B. the largest number 

C. large numbers 

D. very larger number 

Q.10. Many accidents at the factory are caused of workers do not read warning signs. 

A. is the cause of 

B. are caused by 

C. are caused because 

D. are a cause of 

ANSWERS 

Q1. (A) 

Q2. (C) 

Q3. (D) 

Q4. (C) 

Q5. (B) 

Q6. (C) 

Q7. (D) 

Q8. (C) 

Q9. (A) 

Q10. (C)

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