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SSC CGL 2017: Previous Year English Questions | Solved Paper | Tier 2

SSC CGL 2017: Previous Year English Questions | Solved Paper | Tier 2

SSC CGL 2017: Previous Year English Questions | Solved Paper | Tier 2

SSC CGL exam, English is a very important section. Solving Test Series on daily basis can emmensely help the students to improve their fluency of understanding this section to the utmost. SSC CGL Tier 2 is to be held from 17 Feb to 22 Feb 2018 as per official SSC notification. English holding 200 marks in CGL Tier 2 can either make or break your chances of getting your dream job. Today in this post, we are providing Previous Year English Solved Questions to boost your preparation.

Direction(1-3) : Four alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase

Q1. To be above board

(a) To have a good height

(b) To be honest

(c) They have no debts

(d)  None of these

Q2. To put one’s hand to plough

(a) To take up agricultural farming

(b) To take a difficult task

(c) To get entangled in unnecessary things

(d) None of these

Q3. Set a precedent

(a) do someone a favour

(b)set an example

(c) to be inflexible

(d) careless

Direction(4-5) : Sentences given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each Question.

Q4. Proud people often look down………………. others.

(a) on

(b) for

(c) at

(d) upon

Q5. His ………………….. attitude is the root cause of most of his problems.

(a) inflexible

(b) positive

(c) incapable

(d) innovative

SSC CGL 2017: Previous Year English Questions | Solved Paper | Tier 2
Q6. Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the opposite meaning of the given word.

REVILE

(a) Slander

(b)  Awake

(c)  Deaden

(d)  praise

Q7. Choose the word closest  in meaning to the given word.

Superannuated

(a) experienced

(b) accepted

(c) retired

(d) senile

Directions(8-10):Four alternatives are given for the idiom/ phrase and bold in the sentence. Choose the best alternative.

Q8. Back of beyond

(a) An ideal place for holidays

(b) A place with certain memories

(c) A religious place

(d) A lonely forsaken place

Q9. Chalk and Cheese

(a) Different from each other

(b) Having same properties

(c) Having fun together

(d) Making plans

SSC CGL 2017: Previous Year English Questions | Solved Paper | Tier 2

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Q10. A bigger bang for your buck

(a) More for your money

(b) Not for money

(c) More for your nature

(d) More for your smile

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