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English Solved Questions paper of SSC CGL , bank Railway Exam with Answer Key

English Solved Questions paper of SSC CGL , bank Railway Exam with Answer Key
Directions : In Question Nos. 151 to 155, four alternatives arc given for the ldiorn’Phrase undej-ljne4 in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom’Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

151. 1 am very interested to know the Out come of the debate, kindly keep me
in the loop.
(A) out of it
(B) intoned about the fees
(C) informed about the last date of joining
(D) informed regularly

152. There is no cut and dried method for doing this.
(A) simple    (B) honest    (C) ready made    (D) understandable

153. Suddenly the man blacked out during the parade and had to be helped to a quiet place.
 (A) lost temper (B) lost control over himself
(C) lost consciousness        (D) lost balance

154. Hold your horses for a moment while I make a phone call.
(A) Be patient    (C) Be quiet    (B) Stayout    (D) Wait

155. Sachin Tendulkar’s batting skills make    him a cut above the rest.
(A) taller than        (B) superior to        (C) senior to    (D) different from

Directions : In Question Nos. 156 to 165, a sentence I a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.

156. The visitors arrived at a lucky moment.
(A) an opportunistic    (B) an opportity    (C) an opportune    (D) No improvement

157. Suraj looked at Sunil with a question.
(A) questioningly    (B) questionably    (C) wistfully    (D) No improvement

158. The government can see scarcelyy lid reason to launch an inquiry.
(A) cannot scarcely see any valid reason    (B) can see any valid reason scarcely
(C) can scarcely see any valid reason    (D) No improvement

159. Henry is taking John for tea.
(A) taking John on tea        (B) taking John to tea    (C) taking John at tea    (D) No improvement

160. The medicines made miracles and    healed me in two days.
(A) The medicines brought miracles    (B) The medicines worked miracles
(C) The medicine performed miracles        (D) No improvement

161. Any of these two books is good.
(A) Any of this    (B) Either of these    (C) Any other of this    (D) No improvement

162. The report highlights a number of instance of injustice.
(A) highlight a number of instances of injustice
(B) highlights a numbers of instances of injustice
(C) highlights a number of instances of injustice
(D) No improvement

163. He was for a time our captain.
(A) for sometime    (B) once    (C) at any time    (D) No improvement

164. He made the utmost effort to save us.
(A) an all-out    (B) an altered    (C) an intentional    (D) No improvement

165. He belongs to a rich family.
(A) a well-to-do family    (B) an upper class family    (C) a well-known family    (D) No improvement

Directions : In Question Nos. 166 to 172. out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted fur the given and indicate it by blackening the appropriate oval [] in the Answer Sheet.

166. The act of speaking about one’s thoughts when one is alone.
(A) Silence (B) Monologue    (C) Dialogue (D) Soliloquy   

167. To remove an objectionable part from    a book.
(A) Exterminate    (C) Extirpate    (B) Expurgate    (D) Destroy

168. Pertaining to sheep
(A) Canine    (C) Ovine    (B) Bovine    (D) Peline

169. Hole excavated by an animal as dwelling
(A) Borrow    (C) Bore     (B) Burrow    (D) Pierce

170. Person believing in free will   
(A) Guardian (B) Tyrant    (C) Humanitarian (D) Libertarian   

171. Small pieces of metal that fly out from    an exploding bomb
(A) Shrapnel (B) Splinters    (C) Filings (D) Bullets   

172. All the arts, beliefs and social institutions etc. characteristic of a race
(A) Culture (B) Civilization    (C) Infrastructure (D) Ritual

Directions : In Question Nos. 173 & 174, four words are given in each question, out of which only one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
173. (A) Sychological    (C) Psykological    (B) Psychological    (D) Sykological

174. (A) Corralative    (C) Corilatjve    (B) Correlative    (D) Correletive

Directions : In Question Nos. 190 to 194, sentences given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the foUr and indicate it by blackening the appropriate oval [J in the Answer Sheet.
190. He was about whether to do ------- it or not.
(A) ambiguous (B) ambivalent    (C) ambidextrous (D) uncertain

191. His conduct is bad, and his honesty is not _______ suspicion.
(A) above     (B) beyond     (D) in        (C) under

192. The minister — on the petition before it was taken up for discussion.
(A) could sign (B) signed    (C) had signed (D) must sign

193. The foolish crows _______ to sing.
(B) jump        (D) try         (A) crow    (C) tried

194. Truculent in defending their individual rights of sovereignty under the Articles of Confederation. the newly formed states _______ constantly.
(A) apologized    (C) conferred    (B) digressed    (D) squabbled

Directions : In Question Nos. 195 to 197, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

195. Convalesce   
(A) Diminish    (C) Recover    (B) Admonish    (D) Convey

196. Porous
(A) Adventurous (B)    (C) Pungent (D)    Permeable Concrete

197. Insipid
(A) Spicy    (C) Interesting    (B) Bland    (D) Warm

Directions: In Question Nos. 198 to 200, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
198. Indict
(A) Accuse    (C) Incriminate    (B) Exonerate    (D) Impeach

199. Suppress
(A) Reveal    (C) Open    (B) Increase    (D) Explain

200. Vocal
(A) Voluble    (C) Quite    (B) Calm    (D) Silent

Answer key of SSC CGL English Questions paper  SET 044 PK5 / booklet 044pk5 Combined Graduate Level Examination 19 October 2014
151  D    152  C    153  C    154  A    155  B    156  C    157  A    158  C    159  B    160  B
161  B    162  C    163  B    164  A    165  D    166  D    167  B    168  C    169  B    170  D
171  A    172  A    173  B    174  B    175  B    176  B    177  C    178  C    179  A    180  D
181  B    182  D    183  C    184  B    185  B    186  D    187  A    188  C    189  D    190  B
191  A    192  C    193  C    194  D    195  C    196  B    197  B    198  B    199  A    200  D

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