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Thursday, 20 September 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 20 - 09 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 20 - 09 - 18
In SSC examination, the English section is completely based on the grammar rules so, you need to focus on the grammar part of English. Learn all the basic concepts and rules of grammar that will increase your marks in the examination. It has been seen that there is a change in the exam pattern of  English in some recent exams; some section were skipped while some sections were added but the basic things were same so you need to practice more on grammar rules to cover all the aspects of English. It is the most scoring section and is less time-consuming. Mahendra Guru provides you English Language Quiz for SSC examination based on the latest pattern so that you can practice on regular basis. It will definitely help you to score good marks in the exam. It is the most important section for all the govt exams like IBPS PO/ Clerk/SO/RRB, RBI, SBI, Insurance, SSC-MTS, CGL, CHSL, State Level and other Competitive exams.

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Q.1. Does not expect quick results when you start learning a language. 

(A) Expect not 

(B) Do not expect 

(C) Either could be used here 

(D) No improvement 

Q.2. You seldom work on Saturdays, don’t you? 

(A) do you 

(B) don't you 

(C) have you 

(D) No improvement 

Q.3. There is little point in doing anything about it, isn’t there? 

(A) was there 

(B) is there 

(C) does there 

(D) No improvement 

Q.4. He has few reasons for staying, hasn’t he? 

(A) does he 

(B) doesn't he 

(C) has he 

(D) No improvement 

Q.5. I need have watered the flowers. Just after I finished it started raining. 

(A) don't need to water 

(B) needn't have watered 

(C) didn't need to water 

(D) No improvement 

Q.6. She is no anymore a great dancer than I am. 

(A) no more 

(B) not more 

(C) Either could be used here 

(D) No improvement 

Q.7. Not of my friends wished me a happy birthday. 

(A) None of my friends 

(B) Not one of my friends 

(C) Both (A) and (B) 

(D) No improvement 

Q.8. Mother suggested me to a dentist. 

(A) me seeing 

(B) that I should see 

(C) Both (A) and (B) 

(D) No improvement 

Q.9. I didn’t ask you to paid for the meal. 

(A) that you pay 

(B) you to pay 

(C) to pay 

(D) No improvement 

Q.10. After putting it off many times, we on the end managed to have a holiday in France. 

(A) finally 

(B) in the end 

(C) at the end 

(D) No improvement 

ANSWERS 

Q.1. (B) - Negative imperatives are made with do not + infinitive without to.

Q.2. (A) - Clauses with words like seldom, hardly, little, and few have a negative sense. Affirmative question tags are used after them. 

Q.3. (B) - Clauses with words like seldom, hardly, little, and few have a negative sense. Affirmative question tags are used after them. 

Q.4. (C) - Clauses with words like seldom, hardly, little, and few have a negative sense. Affirmative question tags are used after them. 

Q.5. (B)- We use the structure ‘needn’t have’ to mean that something was unnecessary. 

Q.6. (A) - We use ‘no more’ with nouns to talk about quantity or degree. 

Q.7. (C) - The two options are possible here. 

Q.8. (C) - Suggest cannot be followed by object + infinitive. 

Q.9. (B) - Some verbs are followed by object + infinitive. 

Q.10. (A) - Finally suggests that we have been waiting a long time for something.

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