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ssc cgl tier 1 english

Choose the correct alternative out of four.

The company let me ……..time off work.

  1. Take
  2. Taking
  3. To take
  4. Took

I assume……..with me.

  1. Every one agreeing
  2. That every one agrees
  3. Every one to agree
  4. That every one to agree

……….the rain forests is very important, if we do not want the flora and fauna found there to become extinct.

  1. Reserving
  2. Destroying
  3. Preserving
  4. Maintaining

If I had helped him, he…….

  1. Will not be drowned
  2. Would not be drowned
  3. Will not have drowned
  4. Would not have drowned

When will you hand…….your assignment.

  1. In
  2. Back
  3. Down
  4. Into

Choose the best one which express the meaning of the given word.

Barren

 

Good

  1. Wholesome
  2. Unproductive
  3. Profitable

Infamy

  1. Notoriety
  2. Glory
  3. Integrity
  4. Familiarity

Intrepid

  1. Hesitant
  2. Fearless
  3. Extrovert
  4. Rash

Prodigal

  1. Exclusive
  2. Productive
  3. Lavish
  4. Carefree

Perspicuous

  1. Relevant
  2. Precise
  3. Brief
  4. Clear

Choose the opposite in the meaning.

Liberty

  1. Serenity
  2. Slavery
  3. Serfdom
  4. Subordination

Elevation

  1. Reduction
  2. Humiliation
  3. Depression
  4. Debasement

Glossy

  1. Dull
  2. Shining
  3. Weary
  4. Tired

Appropriate

  1. Dissimilar
  2. Incomparable
  3. Unsuitable
  4. Disparate

Choose the best idiom or phrase.

A damp squib.

  1. Rainy weather
  2. A disappointing result
  3. A skirt in a laundry
  4. None

In cold blood.

  1. Angrily
  2. Deliberately
  3. Excitedly
  4. Slowly

To take someone for a ride.

  1. To give a ride
  2. To deceive someone
  3. To be indifferent
  4. To disclose a secret

To move heaven and earth.

  1. To cause an earthquake
  2. To try everything possible
  3. To pray to all gods
  4. To travel in a rocket

To smell a rat.

  1. To smell foul
  2. To see a rat
  3. To chase a rat
  4. To be suspicious

Find which one need to be corrected

What do you for go to school.

  1. For what do you go to school?
  2. What do you go for to school?
  3. What do you go to school?
  4. No improvement.

He pleased the directors and this completed his report in good time.

  1. He pleased the directors in good time and this completed his report.
  2. He completed his report in good time and this pleased the directors.
  3. He pleased the directors and completed his report and this in good time.
  4. He pleased the directors and completed his report and this in good time.

The courtiers used to tell the king how efficient an administrator he was all day long.

  1. The courtiers all day long used to tell the king how efficient an administrator he was.
  2. The courtiers used all day long to tell the king how efficient an administrator he was.
  3. The courtiers used to tell the king all day how efficient an administrator he was.
  4. No improvement.

 

 

Every Saturday I go out for shopping.

  1. For shops.
  2. To shopping
  3. For shop.
  4. No improvement.

We had a grand party and we enjoyed very much.

  1. We had a grand party and enjoyed very much.
  2. We had a grand party to enjoy very much.
  3. We had a grand party and we enjoyed ourselves very much.
  4. No improvement.

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentence.

An inscription on a tomb.

  1. Espionage
  2. Epilogue
  3. Epitaph
  4. Elegy

Feeling inside you which tells you what is right and what is wrong.

  1. Cleverness
  2. Conscience
  3. Consciousness
  4. Fear

Release of a prisoner from jail on certain terms and condition.

  1. Parole
  2. Parley
  3. Pardon
  4. Acquittal

Loss of memory.

  1. Ambrosia
  2. Amnesia
  3. Insomnia
  4. Forgetting

 

Find the correctly spelt word.

  1. Qestal Imbrolios   3. Ampasse   4. Recondite
Find the correctly spelt word.
  1. Hindrance
  2. Corspondence
  • Insurance
  1. Assurance
  • Find the correctly spelt word.
  1. Adversery
  2. Adultery
  • Advisory
  1. Arbitrary
Find the correctly spelt word
  1. Rogeu
  2. Colleague
  • Diluge
  1. Alege
Find the correctly spelt word
  1. Malignant
  2. Imperinat
  • Independent
  1. Negligent

Fill the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.

 

Almost every full moon night, the officials in Andaman and Nicobar Islands take part in a cautious ritual. The tribesmen watch from a safe distance as the officials (A) the island in a boat (b) gifts for them. The islanders come (c) hesitantly only after the officials (d) dumped the coconuts brought (e) them onto the beach and begin (f) away from their small island. On some nights the trials even (g) up enough courage to swim upto a few feet (h) from the boat. The Officials maintain that they do (i) want to interface with the way of life of the tribal. The island (j) heavily on the mainland for most goods.

  • Approach, depart, present, absent
  • Coming, leaving, carrying, relieving
  • Forward, backward, sides, upward
  • Has, have, had, be
  • By, to in, for
  • Watching, seeing, sailing, stopping
  • Leave, muster, come, present
  • Correctly, distantly, near, away
  • No, neither, not, nor
  • Spy, rely, occupy, reply

Find out which part of a sentence has an error

  • A great many student / have been declared / successful / no error.
  • We are going to launch / this three cross project / within the next few months / no error.
  • I hope to go to shopping / this weekend / if the weather permits / no error.
  • The lawyer asked / if it was worth to take / the matter to court / no error.
  • After a carefully investigation / we discovered / that the house was infested with / termites / no error.

 

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  1. GhaarPeShiksha 6 months ago
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