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Friday, 31 August 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 31 - 08 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 31 - 08 - 18
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Q1-10. FILL IN THE BLANKS: 

Q1. Prince had to choose: marry the woman he loved and ______ his right to the throne. 

a. reprimand 

b. upbraid 

c. abdicate 

d. extol 

Q2. If you will not do your work of your own ______, I have no choice but to penalize you. 

a. predilection 

b. coercion 

c. excursion 

d. volition 

Q3. After lying in the sink for several days, the dirty, food-encrusted dishes became ______. 

a. malodorous 

b. prevalent 

c. imposing 

d. perforated 

Q4. Gitika soon discovered the source of the ______ smell in the room: a week-old sandwich that one of the children had hidden in the almirah. 

a. weird 

b. fastidious 

c. clandestine 

d. laconic 

Q5. After making ______ remarks to the President, the reporter was not invited to return to the White House pressroom. 

a. hospitable 

b. itinerant 

c. enterprising 

d. irreverent 

Q6. With her ______ eyesight, Krishna spotted a pair of deer on the hillside and she reduced the speed of her car. 

a. inferior 

b. keen 

c. impressionable 

d. ductile 

Q7. With a(n) ______ grin, the boy quickly slipped the candy into his pocket without his mother’s knowledge. 

a. jaundiced 

b. nefarious 

c. stereotypical 

d. sentimental 

Q8. Shreya’s ______ display of tears at work did not impress her new boss. 

a. excessive 

b. meritorious 

c. precarious 

d. plausible 

Q9. Jatin argued, “If you know about a crime but don’t report it, you are ______ in that crime because you allowed it to happen.” 

a. acquitted 

b. steadfast 

c. tenuous 

d. accomplice 

Q10. The authorities, fearing a ______ of their power, called for a military state in the hopes of restoring order. 

a. subversion 

b. premonition 

c. predilection 

d. infusion 

ANSWERS 

Q.1. c. To abdicate(v.) means to formally relinquish or surrender power, office, or responsibility. 

Q.2. d.Volition(n.) means accord; an act or exercise of will. 

Q.3.a. Malodorous(adj.) means having a foul-smelling odour. 

Q.4. a.wired(adj.) means strange. 

Q.5.d. Irreverent(adj.) means lacking respect or seriousness; not reverent. 

Q.6.b. Keen(adj.) means being extremely sensitive or responsive; having strength of perception. 

Q.7. b. Nefarious(adj.) means wicked, vicious, or evil. 

Q.8. a. Excessive (adj) means too much. 

Q.9. d. accomplice(adj.) means participating in or associated with a questionable act or a crime. 

Q.10. a. Subversion(n.) means an overthrow, as from the foundation. 

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