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SSC CGL CHSL English Practice Model Test Paper For Tier 1

SSC CGL CHSL English Practice Model Test Paper For Tier 1

SSC CGL CHSL English Practice Model Test Paper For Tier 1

Direction: (1-3) Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted

for the given words/sentences and give the answer corresponding to it.

Q1. Lack of skill

(a) Inertness

(b) Insistence

(c) Ineptness

(d) Insolence

Q2. Stick with a thick used in a motar for pounding

(a) Thistle

(b) Stifle

(c) Scepter

(d) Pestle

Q3. An act when people vote in order to make a decision about a particular subject or policy rather than voting for a person

(a) Election

(b) Exit-poll

(c) By election

(d) Referendum

Directions (Q4-Q8):  A sentence/a part of the sentence are underlined.  Four alternatives are given to the underlined part which will improve the sentence? Choose the correct alternative and give the answer corresponding to it. In case of “No improvement is needed” give the answer corresponding to “No improvement”.

Q4. Jane had told me that she hasn’t done her homework.

(a) Told

(b) Tells

(c) Was telling

(d) No improvement

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Q5. This survey is concerning your health as well as that of your family.

(a) Concerns with

(b) Is concerned with

(c) Was telling

(d) No improvement

Q6. A city is set on a hill cannot be hidden.

(a) be hid

(b) hide

(c) be hiding

(d) no improvement

Q7. a black and white goat  were grazing.

(a) The white and black goat

(b) A black and a white goat

(c) A black and a white goat

(d) No improvement

Q8. I had took the papers to John’s office.

(a) Will took the papers

(b) Taken the papers

(c) Took the papers

(d) No improvement

Directions (Q9-Q12):  A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to the each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.

“Tryst with Destiny” was a speech delivered by Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India, to the Constituent Assembly in Parliament, on 14th august 1947. It is considered to be one of the greatest speeches of all times and to be a landmark oration that captures the essence of the triumphant culmination of the largely non-violent Indians independence struggle against the British Empire in India.

“Long years ago we made a tryst with density, and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. Freedom and power bring responsibility. The responsibility rests upon the assembly, a sovereign body representing the sovereign people of India. The service of India means the service of the millions who suffers. It means the ending of the poverty and ignorance and disease and inequality of opportunity. We cannot encourage communalism or narrow –mindedness, for no nation can be great whose people are narrow in thought or in action.

To the people of India, whose representatives we are, this is no time for petty and destructive criticism, no time for ill will or blaming others. We have to build the noble mansion of free India where all her children may dwell”.

Q9. To whom did Nehru deliver this famous speech?

(a) Nehru delivered this speech to a massive Indian crowd in attendance.

(b) Nehru delivered this speech to the members of the Constituent assembly.

(c) Nehru delivered this speech to the members of the Lok Sabha.

(d) Nehru delivered this speech to the members of the Rajya Sabha.

Q10. Choose the answer which captures the Nehru’s belief.

(a) Nehru believed that India could achieve perfection immediately.

(b) Nehru said that India’s struggle for freedom was new and sudden.

(c) Nehru believed that India could take huge steps towards realizing its dreams.

(d) Nehru believed that India’s dreams were too unrealistic.

Q11. The most dominant voice in the speech is

(a) The voice of optimism

(b) The voice of surrender

(c) The voice of negligence

(d) The voice of weakness

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Q12. Select the answer which best reflects Nehru’s point of view.

(a) Nehru believed that communalism would not be a problem

(b) Nehru believed that communalism would be a positive force.

(c) Nehru believed that communalism would be dangerous for India.

(d) Nehru believed that communalism would make any nation great.


 

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