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Thursday, 16 August 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 16 - 08 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 16 - 08 - 18
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Q.1-5.In questions below out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

Q.1. Release of a prisoner from jail on certain terms and conditions.

(A) Parole
(B) Parley
(C) Pardon
(D) Acquittal 

Q.2. To struggle helplessly.

(A) Flounder
(B) Founder
(C) Fumble
(D) Finger

Q.3. Code of diplomatic etiquette and precedence.

(A) Statesmanship
(B) Diplomacy
(C) Hierarchy
(D) Protocol

Q.4. Impossible to describe.

(A) Miraculous
(B) Ineffable
(C) Stupendous
(D) Appalling

Q.5. Detaining and confining someone.

(A) Interruption
(B) Interrogation
(C) Interment
(D) Internment

Q.6-10.ln the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q.6. To take someone for a ride.

(A) To give a ride to someone.
(B) To deceive someone.
(C) To be Indifferent.
(D) To disclose a secret.

Q.7. To face the music.

(A) To enjoy a musical recital.
(B) To bear the consequences.
(C) To live in a pleasant atmosphere.
(D) To have a difficult time.

Q.8. Green-eyed monster.

(A) Anger
(B) Hatred
(C) Envy
(D) Jealousy

Q.9. To pay off old scores.

(A) To refund old dues.
(B) To take revenge.
(C) To force him to be a scorer in a match.
(D) Because he had not scored well earlier.

Q.10. Put his foot down.

(A) Asserted his authority.
(B) Kicked them.
(C) Stepped out.
(D) Came downstairs.


Q.1.(A) Parley - both sides agreed to settle their differences.

Acquittal - convict, five years ago he was acquitted on a shoplifting charge.

Q.2.(A) Fumble - to do 5th awkwardly.

Q.3.(D) Diplomacy - The management of relationships between countries.

Hierarchy - a system in which people or things are arranged according to their importance.

Q.4.(B) Stupendous - usually in a pleasing way.

Appaling - shocking and very bad.

Q.5.(D) Interment - the act of burying a dead body.






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