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Saturday, 15 September 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 15 - 09 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 15 - 09 - 18
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Q.1-5. In the following questions,find out which Part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate letter (A, B, C)’ If there is no error, mark your answer corresponding to (D). 

Q.1. "It is high time (A)/ you are starting (B)/ this business", said John to Smith. (C)/ No error(D) 

Q.2. The teacher told us (A)/ that we should (B)/ remain in the hostel if it rains. (C)/ No error(D) 

Q.3. By this time tomorrow (A)/ she has had reached there positively ()/ No error (D) 

Q.4. The victim tried to tell us (A)/ what has happened (B)/ but his words were not audible. (C)/ No error (D) 

Q.5. It appears to me (A)/ that you are working against (B)/ your parents. (C)/ No error (D) 

Q.6-10. In questions given below, a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the bold part at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). 

Q.6. He knows hardly where the problem lies? 

(A) knows scarcely where

(B) knows seldom where 

(C) hardly knows where

(D) No Improvement 

Q.7. His performance is better than that of mine

(A) than my

(B) than mine 

(C) then mine

(D) No Improvement 

Q.8. Gold used in this ring is of the best quality. 

(A) Gold use

(B) The gold used 

(C) A gold used

(D) No error 

Q.9. No slogan was as popular as Vande Mataram at the time of Independence. 

(A) Not any slogan was as

(B) Not other slogan was as 

(C) No other slogan was as

(D) No Improvement 

Q.10. You and he have done our duty well

(A) our duty good

(B) your duty well 

(C) his duty well 

(D) No Improvement 

ANSWERS 

Q.1.(B) It is high time / It is time is come after past indefinte tense. So you started should replace you are starting. 

Q.2.(C) The sentence is in past as the reporting verb is in past, so it rained should replace it rains. 

Q.3.(B) Will have reached (future perfect) should replace has had because the sentence in the future perfect. 

Q.4.(B) Had should replace has as the sentence is in past tense. 

Q.5.(D) No error 

Q.6.(C) Hardly should be placed before the main verb. 

Q.7.(B) Indirect comparison of possessivity that of is not needed. 

Q.8.(B) Here a specific kind of gold is reffered to so the is used. 

Q.9.(C) No is followed by an adjective and aften it, a noun. 

Q.10.(B) Second person pronoun and thired person pronoun takes your as relative pronoun.

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