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Friday, 28 September 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 28 - 09 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 28 - 09 - 18
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Q.1-3. In the questions given below, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the given word and mark your answer. 

Q.1. QUARANTINE 

A. Sociable 

B. Plain 

C. Lament 

D. Abdicate 

Q.2. RETRACT 

A. Dubious 

B. Cancel 

C. Affirm 

D. Seclude 

Q.3. REPUGNANT 

A. Forcible 

B. Agreeable 

C. Reliable 

D. Screened 

Q.4-5. In the questions given below, choose the word most similar in meaning to the given word and mark your answer. 

Q.4. Amass 

A. Nauseating 

B. Adept 

C. Gather 

D. Yield 

Q.5. Audacity 

A. Cleanse 

B. Exaltation 

C. Negligence 

D. Boldness 

Q.6- 10. Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions. 

Once a cat was caught in a hunter's net. A mouse used to live in a nearby hole. The mouse seeing the cat in the net started playing around the cat.

Soon a mongoose came there. He wanted to kill the mouse. As he lifted his head, he saw an owl sitting on a tree trying to catch him. The mongoose went very near the cat's net to save himself. The mouse thought "When the hunter takes away the cat, the mongoose will not spare me and the owl is there to enjoy both of us." 

The Mouse went to the cat and said, "I can cut the net if you promise to save my life from the mongoose and the owl." The cat agreed. The mouse started cutting the net slowly and freed the cat only when the hunter was just near the cat. The cat took to heels and so ran the mongoose too. The owl was very much disappointed to see even the mouse running away to safety. 

A few days later, the cat being hungry, went to the hole of the mouse and requested him to come out for a game. The mouse replied, "I sought friendship and saved you to save my life." Now you can go home. 

Q.6. What did the mouse do seeing the cat in the net? 

A. It started playing around the cat. 

B. It immediately hid in the rat hole. 

C. It started singing a song. 

D. It took to heels and so ran the mongoose too. 

Q.7. Why did the mongoose go very near the cat's net? 

A. to kill the lion. 

B. to chase the hunter. 

C. to take revenge from a cat. 

D. to save himself. 

Q.8. To save its life from whom the rat said, ”I can cut the net if you promise to save my life”? 

A. from the rat and the owl. 

B. from the mongoose and the cat. 

C. from the cat and the owl. 

D. from the mongoose and the hunter. 

Q.9. On seeing what did the owl become very much disappointed? 

A. That even the mouse running away to safety. 

B. That all his friends left it in need. 

C. That even one of its best friends ate its food. 

D. That the hunter is very much near to it. 

Q.10. What did the mouse reply to the hungry cat? 

A. "I sought friendship and saved you to save my life." 

B. “Now you can go home.” 

C. “I can take risk of saving your life at the risk of my own.” 

D. Both (A) and (B) 

Answers. 

Q.1. (A) 

For other options 

Abdicate(V)-Disown 

Q.2. (C) 

For other options 

Seclude(V)- keep (someone) away from other people. 

Q.3. (B) 

For other options 

Screen(V)- Conceal 

Q.4. (C) 

For other options 

Adept(Adj)-Expert 

Nauseating(Adj)- causing or liable to cause a feeling of nausea or disgust; disgusting. 

Q.5. (D) 

For other options 

Exaltation(N)-Ecstasy 

Q.6. (A)

Q.7. (D) 

Q.8. (C) 

Q.9. (A) 

Q.10. (D)

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