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Tuesday, 13 August 2019

SSC MTS Quiz : English Language | 13.08.19

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SSC MTS Quiz : English Language | 13.08.19

In SSC examination the English section is completely based on the grammar rule 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 was seen that there is a change in the pattern of an exam in English, in different exam some section are skipped while some section provides but the basic remains same so you need to practice more on grammar rules to cover all the aspects of English. It is the most scoring section with less time consuming so practice on daily basis. 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 exam like IBPS PO/ Clerk/SO/RRB, RBI, SBI, Insurance, SSC-MTS, CGL, CHSL, State Level and other Competitive exams.



So, here we will provide you a set of 10 questions of English Language, important for SSC MTS exam.

Directions (1-10): Improve the bracketed part of the following sentences.

Q1. The Centre can’t afford to procrastinate any further (at) framing rules to regulate the trading and use of bit coin and other virtual currencies.

(1) on

(2) under

(3) of

(4) No improvement

Q2. The telecom sector is the backbone to the Digital India vision and it deserves an (enabled) regulatory environment.

(1) enabling

(2) enable

(3) able

(4) No improvement

Q3. The Chairman (send in) all the right signals and we can only hope that his trip will result in rich dividends.

(1) send out

(2) sent of

(3) sent out

(4) No improvement

Q4. Bull markets, he said, are born on pessimism, grow on scepticism, mature on optimism and (die for) euphoria.

(1) die on

(2) die at

(3) die above

(4) No improvement

Q5. The SEBI (has decreed) that all MF schemes must adopt the Total Return variants of their chosen benchmarks to measure and disclose their performance.

(1) is decree

(2) have decreed

(3) has decreeing

(4) No improvement

Q6. It is revealing that the gender divide in cognition levels worsens with rise in age, as girls are often compelled to (drop in) of school for a variety of reasons.

(1) drop at

(2) drop out

(3) drop of

(4) No improvement

Q7. There is a compelling case for privatising the airline and freeing (locked at) funds for education and health.

(1) locked of

(2) locked on

(3) locked up

(4) No improvement

Q8. This idea of the impossible (became) even more relevant when we come to the individual, who might consider certain accomplishments impossible without realising that with persistent effort and determination they could be achieved.

(1) becoming

(2) becomes

(3) was became

(4) No improvement

Q9. Once you emerge as an individual, it is important to realise that your freedom has an impact (on) others.

(1) at

(2) for

(3) in

(4) No improvement

Q10. Our destiny is always and only in our own hands – (in spite) all apparent evidence which may indicate otherwise.

(1) despite in

(2) despite of

(3) despite

(4) No improvement

Answers :-

Q.1 (a)

Q.2 (d)

Q.3 (c)

Q.4 (a)

Q.5 (d)

Q.6 (b)

Q.7 (c)

Q.8 (c)

Q.9 (b)

Q.10 (c)


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