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Thursday, 3 January 2019

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 03 - 01 - 19

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 03 - 01 - 19
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Q1-5.In the following questions groups of four words are given. In each group, one word is wrongly spelt. Find the wrongly spelt word and mark your answer. 

Q1. (A) Diverse

(B) Perspective 

(C) Criteeria

(D) Humanitarian 

Q2. (A) Equivalent

(B) Curiculum 

(C) Drought

(D) Occasion 

Q3. (A) Meterologist

(B) disaster 

(C) Column

(D) Xerophyte 

Q4. (A) Scrooting

(B) Monotonous 

(C) Mechanisation

(D) Poisoning 

Q5. (A) Exhort

(B) Cesation 

(C) Lurid

(D) Prophet 

Q6-10.In questions below out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence and mark your answer. 

Q6. List of the business or subjects to be considered at a meeting. 

(A) Schedule

(B) Timetable 

(C) Agenda

(D) Plan 

Q7. A person pretending to be somebody he is not. 

(A) Rogue

(B) Liar 

(C) Magician

(D) Imposter 

Q8. One who has little faith in human sincerity and goodness. 

(A) Cynic

(B) Egoist 

(C) Fatalist

(D) Atheist 

Q9. Words inscribed on tomb 

(A) Epistle

(B) Epitaph 

(C) Epoch

(D) Epitome 

Q10. One who is fond of fighting 

(A) Aggressive

(B) Marvel 

(C) bellicose

(D) Precarious 


Q1.(C) The correct spelling is criteria. 

Q2.(B) Curriculum is the correct spelling. 

Q3.(A) The correct spelling is meteorologist. 

Q4.(A) Scrutiny is the correct spelling. 

Q5.(B) Cessation is the correct spelling. 

Q6.(C) Agenda 

For other options- 

Schedule - a plan of procedure, usually written for a proposed objective. 

Timetable - a schedule showing the times at or within which certain things occur. 

Plan - a scheme or method of acting, doing etc. developed in advance. 

Q7.(D) Imposter 

For other options- 

Rogue - a dishonest person 

Liar - one who speaks lie 

Magician - a person who performs magic tricks 

Q8.(A) Cynic 

For other options- 

Egoist - a self centered or selfish person is no word. 

Fatalist - Fatalist is no word it is Fatalistic 

Atheist - A person who denies the existence of God. 

Q9.(B) Epitaph 

For other options- 

Epistle - a letter, especially a formal or didactic one 

Epoch - a particular period of time marked by distinctive features/ events. 

Epitome - A condensed account, especially of a literary work 

Q10.(C) bellicose 

For other options- 

Aggressive - Characterized by or tending towards unproved offensives 

Marvel - to wonder at 

Precarious - dependent on circumstances beyond one's control

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