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Exercise-3 SSC CGL 2017 Tier 2-English-HIT The TARGET

Exercise-3 SSC CGL 2017 Tier 2-English-HIT The TARGET

Exercise-3 SSC CGL 2017 Tier 2-English-HIT The TARGET

 

In question 1 and 2 out of the four alternatives suggested, suggest the one which best expresses the same sentence in Direct/Indirect.

Q1. “Clear your basics only then you can solve difficult questions”, said the maths teacher at Pinnacle to the students.

  1. The maths teacher at Pinnacle suggested to the students to clear their basics.
  2. The maths teacher at Pinnacle suggested to the students to clear their basics only than they could solve difficult questions.
  3. The maths teacher at Pinnacle suggested to the students to clear their basics, only then they could solve difficult questions.
  4. The maths teacher at Pinnacle suggests to the students to clear their basics only than they could solve difficult questions.

Q2.  “What a stupid fellow you are!” she remarked.

  1. She exclaimed that what a stupid fellow he was
  2. She exclaimed that he was a very stupid fellow
  3. She exclaimed in disgust how he could be so stupid
  4. She asked him what a stupid fellow he was

 

Directions: In questions 3 to 12 you have a passage where some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each blank out of the four alternatives.

Passage (Q3-Q12)

Q3. The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1. craft
  2. technology
  3. ideas
  4. taste

Q4.  The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1. On
  2. Of
  3. in
  4. for

Q5. The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1. Shopper
  2. client
  3. man
  4. businessmen

Q6. The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1.  gaudy
  2. accessible
  3.  reliable
  4.  durable

Q7. The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1.  tackled
  2.  simplified
  3.  resolved
  4.  solved

Q8. The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1.  genuine
  2.  laboured
  3.  impulsive
  4.  inborn

Q9. The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1.  ahead
  2.  along
  3.  through
  4.  around

Q10.  The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1. amenities
  2.  comforts
  3.  luxuries
  4.  necessities

Exercise-3 SSC CGL 2017 Tier 2-English-HIT The TARGET

Q11.  The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1.  connoisseurs
  2.  artists
  3.  experts
  4.  scientists

Q12.  The inevitable effect of mechanical production is uniformity, and although uniformity may lead to monotony, it need not lack beauty. In fact, modern improvement in popular …(3)… is mainly the result of better design …(4)… standardized, goods; and the average …(5)… is buying better-designed goods, because those goods are …(6)…, because the problem of taste has been …(7)… for him. Good taste is not always …(8)… and most people manage to get …(9)… without it. It is fortunate, therefore, that so many of the …(10)… of life are now chosen for us by …(11)… . Even among luxuries, the margin for …(12)… taste is constantly being reduced.

  1.  local
  2.  particular
  3.  impersonal
  4.  personal

[Q] Directions: In question nos 13 to 15 some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of the sentence has an error.

Q13. He was annoyed with everyone (a)/ as they laughed(b) / with his dress(c)/. No error(d)

  1. a
  2. b
  3. c
  4. d

Q14.   Dense fog on the highway(a)/ was the cause of the collusion(b)/ between the truck and the school bus.(c)/No error(d) 

  1.  a
  2.  b
  3.  c
  4.  d 
 

Q15.   Most of the members of the council(a)/ felt that the group appointed for designing the exam pattern and syllabus(b)/were not competent to do the job.(c)/ No error.(d)

  1. a
  2. b
  3. c
  4. d

Q16. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

Rout

  1. death
  2. defeat
  3. loss
  4. crash

Q17.  Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word. 

Niggardly

  1.  Hastily
  2.  lavishly
  3.  likely
  4.  gorgeously

Q18.  Four words are given in each question out of which only one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word.

  1. Semblence
  2. Samblance
  3. Semblance
  4. Samblence

Q19. Four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning  of the idiom/phrase. 

I don’t know why she has become stand-offish recently.

  1. angry
  2. hilarious
  3. indifferent
  4. unmanageable

Q20. The first and the last sentence of the passage are numbered 1 to 6.The rest of the passage is split into 4 parts P,Q,R and S. These four parts are not given in the proper order. Read the sentence and find out  which of the four combinations is correct.

1:-Advertising affects our lives every day.

P. Brand names are common household words.

Q. We start each day using the toothpaste, soap, and breakfast foods promoted by advertisers.

R. Ads have made the cars we drive signs of our success.

S. Our choices of food, dress, and entertainment are swayed by ads.

6:- Not one aspect of life is untouched by advertising.

  1. PQRS
  2. PRQS
  3. PSQR
  4. QPSR

 

 

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