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English Narration SSC CGL (Part-23): 500 most important questions

English Narration SSC CGL (Part-23) : 500 most important questions

English Narration SSC CGL : 500 most important questions

Q884. The boss said to his secretary,”Did you discuss the matter with the manager?”

  1. The boss asked his secretary whether he discussed that matter with the manager.
  2. The boss asked his secretary if youhave discussed that matter with the manager.
  3. The boss asked his secretary if he had discussed the matter with the manager.
  4. The boss asked his secretary whether he has discussed that matter with the manager.

Q885. She said, “May you live long!”

  1. She prayed that I might live long.
  2. She prays that I might live long.
  3. She wished that she might live long.
  4. She prayed that my life may be longer.

Q886. He said,“Oh! Enough!”

  1. He exclaimed with disgust that it was enough.
  2. He exclaimed with disgust if it was enough.
  3. He told with surprise that it was enough.
  4. He shouted that it is enough.

Q887. Rama said, “Dear! I have spilt tea on the sofa cloth.”

  1. Rama exclaimed that she has spilt tea on the sofa cloth.
  2. She exclaimed with sorrow that she had spilt tea on the sofa cloth.
  3. She shouted that she spilt tea on the sofa cloth.
  4. She exclaimed with surprise that I had spilt tea on the sofa cloth.

English Narration SSC
Q888. He said, “Would that she were not so inhuman!”

  1. He wishes that she was not so inhuman.
  2. He wished that she was not so inhuman.
  3. He wished that she were not so inhuman.
  4. He desired that he were not so inhuman.

Q889. Shanker said to his friend, “Be careful! The floor is wet and you can slip Anil.”

  1. Shanker told Anil to be careful as the floor was wet and he could slip.
  2. Shanker told Anil to be careful as the floor had been wet and he could slip.
  3. Shanker told Anil to be careful as the floor was wet and he can slip.
  4. Shanker warned Anil to be careful as the floor was wet and he could have slipped.

Q890. The teacher said to Ram, “Would you like to take part in the contest?” Ram said, “Yes”

  1. The teacher asked if Ram would like to take part in the contest and Ram replied yes.
  2. The teacher asked Ram if he would like to take part in the contest and Ram replied in the positive.
  3. The teacher asked Ram if he would liked to take part in the contest and Ram replied in the affirmative.
  4. The teacher told Ram if he would like to take part in the contest and Ram replied in the affirmative.

Q891. “Suppose I repay your loan “, she said to me.

  1. She proposed that suppose she repaid my loan.
  2. She proposed that suppose she repay my loan.
  3. She proposed that suppose she repays my loan.
  4. She proposes that suppose she repaid my loan.

Q892. Everybody said, “How well this little child has performed!”

  1. Everybody told that that little child had performed very well.
  2. Everybody exclaimed with joy that that little child had performed very well.
  3. Everybody exclaimed with joy that that little child has performed very well.
  4. Everybody exclaimed with joy that that little child performed very well.

Q893. The old man said, “My back is paining and I can’t walk any more.”

  1. The old man exclaimed with sorrow that his back was paining and he could not walk any more
  2. The old said that his back was paining and he could not walk any more
  3. The old man cried in pain that his back was paining and he could not walk any more
  4. The old man narrated with sorrow that his back was paining and he could not walk any more

Q894. “Call that corrupt man here immediately”, said the Judge.

  1. The judge commanded to call that corrupt man immediately there.
  2. The judge commanded them to call that corrupt man immediately there.
  3. The judge commanded that the corrupt man immediately be called there.
  4. The judge commanded to call that corrupt man.

Q895. I said, “Return home before it gets dark or your father will be very angry.”

  1. I ordered to return home before it got dark or his father would be very angry.
  2. I ordered to return home before it gets dark or his father would be very angry.
  3. I ordered to return home before it got dark or his father will be very angry.
  4. I ordered to return home before it got dark or his father would have been be very angry.

Q896. The teacher said to Ashok, “Why don’t you pay attention to your work?”

  1. The teacher asked Ashok why he didn’t pay attention to his work.
  2. The teacher asked Ashok why didn’t he pay attention to his work.
  3. The teacher asked Ashok that why he didn’t pay attention to his work.
  4. The teacher asked Ashok why he didn’t pay attention to your work

Q897. “Ravi refused to wear the seat belt. Let him answer the police officer”, said his father.

  1. Ravi’s father said that Ravi had refused to wear the seat belt and proposed that he answers the police officer.
  2. Ravi’s father said that Ravi had refused to wear the seat belt and said that he answered the police officer.
  3. Ravi’s father said that Ravi had refused to wear the seat belt and said that he answers the police officer.
  4. Ravi’s father said Ravi refused to wear the seat belt and said that he answered the police officer.

 Q898. My mother screamed angrily at me “Do as you wish, I am fed up of helping you in times of mess.”

  1. My mother screamed angrily at me to do as I wished and said that she was fed up of helping me in times of mess.
  2. My mother screamed angrily at me that do as I wishes and said that she was fed up of helping me in times of mess.
  3. My mother screamed angrily at me to do as I wishes and said that she was fed up of helping me in times of mess.
  4. My mother screamed angrily at me to do as I was wishing and said that she was fed up of helping me in times of mess.

Q899. He said to the interviewer, “I can only work upto six O’ clock and not beyond that as my house is fifty kilometers away”

  1. He requested the interviewer that he could work upto six O’ clock and not beyond that as his house was fifty kilometers away
  2. He told the interviewer that he could work upto six O’ clock and not beyond that as his house was fifty kilometers away
  3. He said the interviewer that he can work upto six O’ clock and not beyond that as his house was fifty kilometers away”
  4. He told the interviewer that he could work upto six O’ clock and not beyond that as his house were fifty kilometers away

Q900. Gandhiji said, “Independence is the birthright of every nation.”

  1. Gandhiji said that Independence is the birthright of every nation.
  2. Gandhiji said that Independence was the birthright of every nation.
  3. Gandhiji declared that Independence is the birthright of every nation.
  4. Gandhiji said that Independence has been the birthright of every nation.

Q901. He said to me, “You are getting lazy day by day.”

  1. He informed me that I am getting lazy day by day.
  2. He told me that I have been getting lazy day by day.
  3. He told me that I was getting lazy day by day.
  4. He told me that you were getting lazy day by day.

Q902. Raju said to me that he was going to read a book that week.

  1. Raju said, “I am going to read a book this week.”
  2. Raju said, “I will be reading a book this week.”
  3. Raju said. “I would be reading a book this week.”
  4. Raju said, “I may read a book this week.”

Q903. My father said, “Honesty is the best policy.”

  1. My father stated that honesty was the best policy.
  2. My father said that honesty is the best policy.
  3. My father said that honesty was the best policy.
  4. My father said that honesty has been the best policy.

Q904. She yelled, “Please help me.”

  1. She yelled at one for some help.
  2. She yelled for someone to help.
  3. She yelled for someone to help her.
  4. She yelled at someone to help her.

Q905. He asked me why I was late.

  1. He asked me, “Why are you late?”
  2. He asked me, “Why I was late?”
  3. He asked me, “Why you are late?”
  4. He asked me, “Why am I late?”

Q906. He said that I needn’t wait there.

  1. He said, “You needn’t wait here.”
  2. He said, “I needn’t wait there.”
  3. He said, “You needn’t wait there.”
  4. He said, “I needn’t wait here.”

Q907. I said to the worker, “How do you like your job?”

  1. I told the worker how he liked his job.
  2. I asked the worker how you like your job.
  3. I asked the worker how he liked his job.
  4. I asked the worker how you liked his job.

Q908. “I don’t know why they haven’t signed the papers and accepted the gift,” said Crene to me.

  1. Crene told me that, he didn’t know why they hadn’t signed the papers and accepted the gift.
  2. Crene told me that he don’t know why they haven’t signed the papers and accepted the gift.
  3. Crene told me that I don’t know why they haven’t signed the papers and accepted the gift.
  4. Crene said to me that he didn’t know why they hadn’t signed the papers and accepted the gift.

Q909. She said, “I must have a computer to prepare a powerpoint presentation.”

  1. She said she had to have a computer to prepare a powerpoint presentation.
  2. She said she should have a computer to prepare a powerpoint presentation.
  3. She said she would have a computer to prepare a powerpoint presentation.
  4. She said she could have a computer to prepare a powerpoint presentation.

Q910. “Don’t hesitate to clear your doubts,” the teacher said.

  1. The teacher warned me not to hesitate in clearing my doubts.
  2. The teacher ordered me not to hesitate in clearing my doubts.
  3. The teacher persuaded me not to hesitate in clearing my doubts. .
  4. The teacher requested me not to hesitate in clearing my doubts.

Q911. He said, “I am glad to be here this evening.”

  1. He said that he was glad to be there that evening.
  2. He said he was glad to be here this evening.
  3. He says he was glad be here this evening.
  4. He asked he is glad to be here this evening.

Q912. “May you get this job”, said the old lady to her son.

  1. The old lady blessed her son with a job in life.
  2. The old lady prayed for her son’s job.
  3. The old lady prayed for her son and said that he might get that job.
  4. The old lady blessed her son and said that he might get this job.

Q913. Good morning children, we will start tenses today.” said the English teacher at Pinnacle.

  1. The English teacher at Pinnacle wished the children to start tenses that day.
  2. The English teacher at Pinnacle wished the children good morning and said that they would start tenses that day.
  3. The English teacher at Pinnacle greeted the children and said they would be doing tenses that day.
  4. The English teacher at Pinnacle greeted the children and said we would be doing tenses that day.

Q914. “Wow! What a lovely weather it is!” said the children.

  1. The children said that wow it was a lovely weather.
  2. The children exclaimed with joy that it was a lovely weather.
  3. The children said that it is lovely weather.
  4. The children exclaimed with joy it was a lovely weather.

Q915. He said to Sita, “What time does the bus leave in the evening and when will you go?”

  1. He enquired Sita what time did the bus leave in that evening and when would she go.
  2. He asked Sita what time did the bus leave in the evening and when would she go.
  3. He asked Sita what time had the bus left in the evening and when would she go.
  4. He asked Sita what time does the bus leave in the evening and when would she go.

Q916. He cried, “I will never steal again and work hard to improve my life”.

  1. He cried that he would never steal again and he would work hard to improve his life.
  2. He cried that he would never steal again and he will work hard to improve his life.
  3. He cried that he would never steal again and he would work hard to improve my life.
  4. He exclaimed in pain that he would never steal again and he would work hard to improve his life.
 

Q917. She said, “Pay the shopkeeper 100 rupees and come quickly.”

  1. She ordered to pay the shopkeeper 100 rupees and go quickly.
  2. She requested to pay the shopkeeper 100 rupees and come quickly.
  3. She ordered to pay the shopkeeper 100 rupees and come quickly.
  4. She ordered pay the shopkeeper 100 rupees and come quickly.

Q918. “My lord”, the thief cried, please don’t be so harsh upon me.”

  1. The thief begged the judge not to be so harsh with him.
  2. The thief begged the judge to not be so harsh with him.
  3. The thief pleaded the judge not to be so harsh with him.
  4. The thief begged the judge not to be so harsh with me.

Q919. “What is there for dinner today? said Jaya, “Nothing,” said her mother.

  1. Jaya asked her mother what was there for dinner that day. Her mother replied in the negative.
  2. Jaya asked her mother what was there for dinner on that day. Her mother replied there was nothing.
  3. Jaya asked her mother what is there for dinner on that day. Her mother replied there was nothing.
  4. Jaya told her mother what was there for dinner on that day. Her mother replied there was nothing.

Q920. He said to her, “Is this your first attempt in this exam?”

  1. He asked her if it was her first attempt in that exam.
  2. He asked her it was her first attempt in that exam.
  3. He interrogated her if it was her first attempt in this exam.
  4. He asked her if it was her attempt in that exam.

Q921. The Chief Minister said, “How much money do you need boys for this project?”

  1. The Chief Minister asked the boys how much money they need for this project
  2. The Chief Minister asked the boys how much money is needed for this project
  3. The Chief Minister asked the boys how much money they needed for that project.
  4. The Chief Minister told the boys how much money they needed for that project.

Q922. I said to to my class at Pinnacle, “All of you write your name on the left hand side.”

  1. I told my class at Pinnacle to write their names on the left hand side.
  2. I told my class at Pinnacle to write names on the left hand side.
  3. I asked my class at Pinnacle to write their names on the left hand side.
  4. I told my class at Pinnacle to write its names on the left hand side.

English Narration SSC
Q923. The lady teacher said to the student, “Why were you screaming at the top of your voice in my absence?”

  1. The lady teacher asked the student why he was screaming at the top of her voice in his absence.
  2. The lady teacher asked the student why was he screaming at the top of his voice in her absence.
  3. The lady teacher scolded the student why he was screaming at the top of his voice in her absence.
  4. The lady teacher asked the student why he was screaming at the top of his voice in her absence.

 

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