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Sunday, 2 September 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 02 - 09 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 02 - 09 - 18
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Q1-10. Read the following UNSEEN PASSAGE carefully and answer the questions based on it. 

Without truly understanding the ways of our mind -- how it works and operates -- one cannot justly resolve the complex problems of living. This wise understanding one learns by observing the book of life and not by reading books, scriptures or quoting therefrom. If one’s centre is complex, then even basic issues will be seen in a complicated way.

If your centre is pure, even complex situations of life can be easily understood and handled. If your centre is not smitten by greed and not lost in addictive pleasure modes, then the world becomes a delightful field to explore and live. But if your centre is bullied by greed, then, you do not see the world, but the world will be polluted by your greed.

No one has thought of this deeply. Are you just lost in fulfilling the illusion created by a greedy centre? Do we have the time to think or is our time lost in fulfilling what we have thought or assumed to have thought?

Why have human beings become complicated? Somewhere along the line, we have stopped looking at ourselves, is it not? We have assumed that we have looked at ourselves just because we have concluded on what we want. What we have thought is the extension of what we want and what we want is a product of some hypnotic state we are in.

To observe your centre involves your being free to observe without likes or dislikes. If you are caught in what you like and dislike, then your thinking gets muddled up with likes and dislikes and hence the observations get polluted. To be free from likes and dislikes and from wants and then see, involves a different quality of observation. Like how a scientist should be free when he observes and not get lost in what he wants through his observation.

Q1. Without truly understanding what one cannot justly resolve the complex problems of living? 

A. the ways of our mind 

B. how it works and operates 

C. the ways of our earning 

D. Both (A) and (B) 

Q2. If one’s centre is complex, then even basic issues will be seen- 

A. in a complicated way 

B. in a complete way 

C. in a easy way 

D. in a relaxed way 

Q3. To observe your centre involves your being free to observe- 

A. without haves or have-nots 

B. without likes or dislikes 

C. without do’s or don’ts 

D. without water or fire 

Q4. If your centre is bullied by greed, then, you do not see the world, but the world will be? 

A. polluted by your grudge 

B. polluted by your glimpse 

C. polluted by your greed 

D. polluted by your grope 

Q5. Author has compared the observation with which of the following according to the passage? 

A. Doctor 

B. Scientist 

C. Lawyer 

D. Designer 

Q6-10. Find the SYNONYMS of the given word in following questions. 

Q6. ABNORMAL 

A. Unnatural 

B. Habitat 

C. Unique 

D. Informal 

Q7. VENAL 

A. Comprehensible 

B. Legible 

C. Corrupt 

D. forgivable 

Q8. CONJURER 

A. Jester 

B. Magician 

C. Performer 

D. Trickster 

Q9. INVOICE 

A. Word 

B. Sound 

C. Statement 

D. language 

Q10. AMELIORATE 

A. Agree 

B. Improve 

C. Degrade 

D. Motivate 

ANSWERS 

Q1. (D) 

Q2. (A) 

Q3. (B) 

Q4. (C) 

Q5. (B) 

Q6. (A) 

Q7. (C) 

Q8. (B) 

Q9. (C) 

Q10. (B)

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