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SSC CGL English Mock Test Paper with Answer | SSC Online Preparation

SSC CGL English Mock Test Paper with Answer | SSC Online Preparation

Q1. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I’d had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I’ve unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I’m still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.

When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from full- length pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it’s time to start a new challenge.

What has the writer succeeded in doing?

(a) Lost the desired weight

(b) Succeeded in overcoming temptations to order pizzas

(c) Attended 30 gym classes without a break

(d) Removed unhealthy posts including about chocolates

Q2. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I’d had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I’ve unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I’m still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.

When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from full- length pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it’s time to start a new challenge.

Which of the following is a page related to chocolate?

(a) Earth Loaf

(b) Buzzfeed Tasty

(c) TasteMade

(d) Tiny Kitchen

Q3. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I’d had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I’ve unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I’m still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.

When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from full- length pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it’s time to start a new challenge.

What weight loss program has the writer enrolled in?

(a) 30 Straight gym classes

(b) Couch to 5K

(c) Mason & Co

(d) Eat chocolate to lose weight

Q4. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Genetic variation is the cornerstone of evolution, without which there can be no natural selection, and so a low genetic diversity decreases the ability of a species to survive and reproduce, explains lead author Yoshan Moodley, Professor at the Department of Zoology, University of Venda in South Africa.

Two centuries ago, the black rhinoceros – which roamed much of sub Saharan Africa – had 64 different genetic lineages; but today only 20 of these lineages remain, says the paper. The species is now restricted to five countries, South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Genetically unique populations that once existed in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Mozambique, Malawi and Angola have disappeared. The origins of the ‘genetic erosion’ coincided with colonial rule in Africa and the popularity of big game hunting. From the second half of the 20th century, however, poaching for horns has dramatically depleted their population and genetic diversity, especially in Kenya and Tanzania.

Sub Sharan Africa has lost how many black rhino genetic lineages in 200 years?

(a) 64

(b) 20

(c) 44

(d) 30

Q5. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Genetic variation is the cornerstone of evolution, without which there can be no natural selection, and so a low genetic diversity decreases the ability of a species to survive and reproduce, explains lead author Yoshan Moodley, Professor at the Department of Zoology, University of Venda in South Africa.

Two centuries ago, the black rhinoceros – which roamed much of sub Saharan Africa – had 64 different genetic lineages; but today only 20 of these lineages remain, says the paper. The species is now restricted to five countries, South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Genetically unique populations that once existed in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Mozambique, Malawi and Angola have disappeared. The origins of the ‘genetic erosion’ coincided with colonial rule in Africa and the popularity of big game hunting. From the second half of the 20th century, however, poaching for horns has dramatically depleted their population and genetic diversity, especially in Kenya and Tanzania.

Genetically unique black rhinoceros has been lost in all of the following countries, except?

(a) Tanzania

(b) Nigeria

(c) Chad

(d) Malawi

English Mock Test Paper
Q6. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Genetic variation is the cornerstone of evolution, without which there can be no natural selection, and so a low genetic diversity decreases the ability of a species to survive and reproduce, explains lead author Yoshan Moodley, Professor at the Department of Zoology, University of Venda in South Africa.

Two centuries ago, the black rhinoceros – which roamed much of sub Saharan Africa – had 64 different genetic lineages; but today only 20 of these lineages remain, says the paper. The species is now restricted to five countries, South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Genetically unique populations that once existed in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Mozambique, Malawi and Angola have disappeared. The origins of the ‘genetic erosion’ coincided with colonial rule in Africa and the popularity of big game hunting. From the second half of the 20th century, however, poaching for horns has dramatically depleted their population and genetic diversity, especially in Kenya and Tanzania.

From the second half of the 20th century what has caused a dramatic fall in black rhinoceros population?

(a) poaching

(b) colonial rule

(c) big game hunting

(d) fall in genetic diversity

Q7. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Manja, or the glass-coated string used for flying kites, not only poses threat to humans, animals and birds but also to trees. A study by the country’s oldest botanical garden has revealed that it poses a great threat to trees. But how can a snapped string struck in a tree kill the tree?

Apparently, it does so by allying with the creepers in the garden.

A research paper by three scientists of the Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden, located in West Bengal’s Howrah district, illustrates in detail how the manja, in collusion with climbers, does the damage. “The abandoned, torn kite strings act as an excellent primary

supporting platform for the tender climbers, giving easy passage to reach the top of the trees. Lateral branches from the top of the climber and other accessory branches from the ground reaches the top taking support of the first climber, completely covers the treetop, thus inhibiting the penetration of sunlight,” says the research paper.

How many scientists contributed to a study by country’s oldest botanical gardens on how manja can kill a tree?

(a) Two

(b) Three

(c) Five

(d) Four

Q8. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Manja, or the glass-coated string used for flying kites, not only poses threat to humans, animals and birds but also to trees. A study by the country’s oldest botanical garden has revealed that it poses a great threat to trees. But how can a snapped string struck in a tree kill the tree?

Apparently, it does so by allying with the creepers in the garden.

A research paper by three scientists of the Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden, located in West Bengal’s Howrah district, illustrates in detail how the manja, in collusion with climbers, does the damage. “The abandoned, torn kite strings act as an excellent primary

supporting platform for the tender climbers, giving easy passage to reach the top of the trees. Lateral branches from the top of the climber and other accessory branches from the ground reaches the top taking support of the first climber, completely covers the treetop, thus inhibiting the penetration of sunlight,” says the research paper.

How can a tree be killed by a creeper?

(a) By blocking its access to sunlight

(b) By wrapping its tentacles around its branches

(c) By sucking away the nutrients

(d) By secreting toxic chemicals

Q9. A passage is given questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Manja, or the glass-coated string used for flying kites, not only poses threat to humans, animals and birds but also to trees. A study by the country’s oldest botanical garden has revealed that it poses a great threat to trees. But how can a snapped string struck in a tree kill the tree?

Apparently, it does so by allying with the creepers in the garden.

A research paper by three scientists of the Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden, located in West Bengal’s Howrah district, illustrates in detail how the manja, in collusion with climbers, does the damage. “The abandoned, torn kite strings act as an excellent primary

supporting platform for the tender climbers, giving easy passage to reach the top of the trees. Lateral branches from the top of the climber and other accessory branches from the ground reaches the top taking support of the first climber, completely covers the treetop, thus inhibiting the penetration of sunlight,” says the research paper.

What would be the acronym for India’s oldest botanical garden?

(a) AJCBIBG

(b) AJCBBGI

(c) AJBCIBG

(d) AJBCBGI

Q10. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The promise of nuclear power has so ______ outweighed all of these concerns, and India has reason to be proud of its technology and determination to look for non-fossil ________ in its energy planning. However, _______ rapid progress in technology in other ________ energy sources such as wind and solar power, the collapse of oil prices and the expansion in gas projects as a viable and clean alternative, that promise _______.

look for non-fossil _______________ in its energy planning.

(a) compulsions

(b) obligations

(c) alternatives

(d) constraints

Q11. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The promise of nuclear power has so _______ outweighed all of these concerns, and India has reason to be proud of its technology and determination to look for non-fossil ________ in its energy planning. However, _________ rapid progress in technology in other _______ energy sources such as wind and solar power, the collapse of oil prices and the expansion in gas projects as a viable and clean alternative, that promise ________.

However, _________ rapid progress in technology

(a) to

(b) from

(c) with

(d) for

English Mock Test Paper
Q12. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The promise of nuclear power has so _______ outweighed all of these concerns, and India has reason to be proud of its technology and determination to look for non-fossil _________ in its energy planning. However, _________ rapid progress in technology in other _________ energy sources such as wind and solar power, the collapse of oil prices and the expansion in gas projects as a viable and clean alternative, that promise _________.

other ______________ energy sources such as wind and solar power

(a) brief

(b) renewable

(c) untenable

(d) temporary

 

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