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Monday, 1 October 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 01 - 10 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 01 - 10 - 18
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Q.1- 5. In the following questions, find out which Part of a sentence has an error and mark your answer corresponding to the appropriate letter (A, B, C)’ If there is no error, mark your answer corresponding to (D). 

Q.1. Of the two (A)/ Movies the (B)/ second was definitely better. (C)/ No error (D) 

Q.2. I have been informed (A)/ that (B)/ Mr. John visits our town following month. (C)/ No error (D) 

Q.3. He claims to be a Social Worker (A)/ but in reality he does not know (B)/ even ABC of science. (C)/ No error (D) 

Q.4. I have come to know (A)/ that his (B)/ father died three years ago. (C)/ No error (D) 

Q.5. When you shall find a solution to (A)/ this question you (B)/ will be awarded a prize. (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. The climate of Lucknow is somewhat like Delhi

(A) like of Delhi 

(B) like Delhi's 

(C) as Delhi's 

(D) No Improvement 

Q.7. This news to good to be true. 

(A) as good 

(B) too good 

(C) not good 

(D) No Improvement 

Q.8. Although buses is schedule to depart at a certain hour they are often late. 

(A) are obliged 

(B) are requested 

(C) are scheduled 

(D) No Improvement 

Q.9. He was sleeping in his room when a thief entered into his house and took all the valuables. 

(A) entered of his house

(B) entered inside house 

(C) entered his house

(D) No Improvement 

Q.10. With a view to qualifying the exam. 

(A) With a view for 

(B) With a view of 

(C) With view to 

(D) No Improvement


Q.1.(C) Place 'the' before better because here we are taking about a particular movie in comparison, while deciding a comparative degree adjective with choice. 

Q.2.(C) Place 'the' before following because here specific month is talked about. 

Q.3.(C) Place 'the' before ABC because its a phrase. 

Q.4.(D) No error 

Q.5.(A) Remove 'shall' because when main clause has 'when'. Present indefinite tense is used. 

Q.6.(B) Passive noun is used in comparison. 

Q.7.(B) too good is a negative expression followed by to. 

Q.8.(C) are scheduled means are listed. 

Q.9.(C) entered upon a career, enter in to a conversation is sight but enter his/her house is used. 

Q.10.(D) No error.

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