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SSC CGL Examination Practice Papers English Tier 2 

SSC CGL Examination Practice Papers English Tier 2 

 

Directions: In questions 1 to 30 you have several passages where some of the words have been left out. Read the passages carefully and choose the correct answer to each blank out of the four alternatives and mark it.

 

As you all know, Emperor Akbar was very (1) with Birbal’s wisdom and greatly enjoyed his quick wit. One fine morning when Akbar was especially pleased with Birbal, as a gesture of appreciation, he promised to (2) him with many valuable and beautiful gifts.
However, many days passed, and still there was no sign of even one gift. Birbal was quite (3) with the king. Then one day, when Akbar was strolling down the banks of River Yamuna with his ever, faithful Birbal at his Side, he happened to (4) a camel passing by. He asked Birbal why the neck of the camel was crooked. Birbal (5) for a second and promptly replied that it might be because the camel may have forgotten to honour a promise. The holy books mention that those who (6) their word get punished with a crooked neck. Perhaps that was the reason for the camel’s crooked neck. Akbar soon (7) his folly  of making a promise to Birbal for gifts and not honouring it. He was (8) of himself. As soon as they returned to the palace he immediately gave Birbal his much (9) reward. In this way Birbal (10) to get what he wanted without directly asking for it.

 

 

Q1.

(a) impressed

(b) liked

(c) interested

(d) jealous


Q2.

(a) pamper

(b) bonus

(c) reward

(d) tribute


Q3.

(a)  jealous

(b) sad

(c) hated

(d) disappointed


Q4.

(a) stare

(b) notice

(c) examine

(d) ride

SSC CGL Examination Practice Papers English Tier 2 
Q5.

(a) thought

(b) scared

(c) answered

(d) said

Q6.

(a) fail

(b) make

(c) defeat

(d) break


Q7.

(a) reminded

(b) mistook

(c) realized

(d) apologized


Q8.

(a) forgetful

(b) ashamed

(c) grief

(d) sympathetic


Q9.

(a) accumulated

(b) expensive

(c) extorted

(d) awaited


Q10.

(a) accomplish

(b) handled

(c) retrieved

(d) managed

 

 

Passage – 2

 

Liberty is not a ___ 11 _____ affair only but a ___ 12 contract. It is an ___ 13 of interests. In matters which do not touch others liberty, I will be ___ 14 ____free and won’t ___ 15____ anyone’s ___ 16 ______ .

 

 

Q11.

(a) personally

(b) person

(c) personal

(d) personality

Q12.

(a) social

(b) socially

(c) society

(d) socialize

Q13.

(a) adjustable

(b) adjustment

(c) adjusted

(d) adjust

Q14.

(a) completion

(b) complete

(c) completely

(d) completed

Q15.

(a) requirement

(b) requires

(c) required

(d) require

Q16.

(a) permissible

(b) permission

(c) permitted

(d) permit

 

Passage- 3

 

Many animals are in ___ 17 ______ of extinction unless ___ 18 ________ efforts are made for their ___ 19 ______.In India, the black buck is one of such ___ 20 _____animals. indiscriminate  killing of animals affects our eco-system adversely.

 

Q17.

(a) dangerous

(b) endanger

(c) danger

(d) dangerously

Q18.

(a) special

(b) specially

(c) speciality

(d) specialize

Q19.

(a) protect

(b) protection

(c) protective

(d) protecting

Q20.

(a) deplete

(b) depleting

(c) depletion

(d) depleted

 

 

Passage-4

 

A rich merchant owned a beautiful horse. Now, one of his neigh-bours was keen to (21) this horse. He offered the merchant gold, (22) the merchant refused. This angered the neigh-bour. He (23) to trick the merchant. He disguised himself (24) a beggar and lay down at the (25) of the road, that the merchant used everyday. (26)at the sad plight of the beggar, he (27) from his horse and gently lifted the beggar (28) his horse. No sooner did the beggar get into the (29) than hegalloped away. But hearing the merchant (30) out to him, he stopped when he was a safe distance away. “Please don’t tell anyone how you came to possess this horse. Some day an ill man may be lying by the roadside and people who have heard about your trick, may not want to help, “said the merchant. The merchant’s neighbour was deeply ashamed, rode back and returned the horse to the merchant.
Q21.

(a) sell

(b) buy

(c) steal

(d) free


Q22.

(a) since

(b) so

(c) unless

(d) but


Q23.

(a) deceived

(b) desires

(c) decided

(d) declined


Q24.

(a) similar

(b) being

(c) alike

(d) as


Q25.

(a) side

(b) middle

(c) gutter

(d) ending


Q26.

(a) Unhappily

(b) Carefully

(c) Distressed

(d) Misery


Q27.

(a) climbed

(b) stepped

(c) jump

(d) dismounted


Q28.

(a) onto

(b) with

(c) above

(d) from


Q29.

(a) way

(b) saddle

(c) arms

(d) horse


Q30.

(a) beg

(b) appeal

(c) shouted

(d) cried

 

 

Directions : In question number 31 to 51 a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect. Out of the four alternatives suggested, suggest the one which best expresses the same sentence in direct/In direct and mark it .

 

 

Q31. “What a sudden reversal of fortune has taken place! “she remarked.

(a) She exclaimed that it was such a sudden reversal of fortune with surprise

(b) She exclaimed with surprise that it had been such a sudden reversal of fortune

(c) She exclaimed with surprise that was it such a reversal of fortune.

(d) She said with surprise that it was such a reversal of fortune

Q32. The priest of the temple said to the old villager, “Go away now and come in the festive season. People donate generously in the festive season.”

(a) The priest of the temple said to the old villager to go away then and come in the festive season. People donate generously in the festive season.

(b) The priest of the temple said to the old villager that go away then and come in the festive season. People donate generously in the festive season

(c)  The priest of the temple said to the old villager go away then and come in the festive season. People donate generously in the festive season

(d)  The priest of the temple said to the old villager to go away then and come in the festive season. People donated generously in the festive season

Q33. The watchman said, “I did not see anything sir as I had gone away at five in the morning yesterday.”The police officer said, “Fine.”

(a) The watchman said respectfully that he had not seen anything as he went away at five in the morning the previous day.The police officer said fine.

(b) The watchman asked respectfully that he had not seen anything as he had gone away at five in the morning the previous day.The police officer replied it was fine.

(c) The watchman said respectfully that he had not seen anything as he had gone away at five in the morning the previous day.The police officer replied that it was fine.

(d) The watchman said respectfully that he had not seen anything as he had gone away at five in the morning the previous day.The policer office replied fine.

Q34.The chief engineer said to the people “We can’t raise the height of this dam as it is already very high.”The people said, “ We need more water. The present supply is not sufficient.”

(a) The chief engineer said to the people that they couldn’t raise the height of that dam as it was already very high.The people said that they needed more water as the present supply was not sufficient.

(b) The chief engineer said to the people that he couldn’t raise the height of that dam as it was already very high.The people said that they needed more water as the present supply was not sufficient

(c) The chief engineer said to the people that they couldn’t raised the height of that dam as it was already very high.The people said that they needed more water as the present supply was not sufficient

(d) The chief engineer said to the people that they couldn’t raise the height of that dam as it already were very high.The people said that they needed more water as the present supply was not sufficient

Q35. The child said. “Oh mamma! I wonder where are  you!”

(a) The child wondered that where his mamma were

(b) The child exclaimed with joy that where his mamma was

(c) The child exclaimed with surprise that where his mamma had been

(d) The child exclaimed that he wondered where his mamma was

Q36. The little girl said to the bird, “Can you be with me forever and ever?”

(a) The little girl asked the bird if could she be with her forever and ever.

(b) The little girl asked the bird if could she be with her forever.

(c) The little girl asked the bird if she could be with me forever and ever.

(d) The little girl asked the bird if it could be with her forever and ever

Q37. He said, “How difficult and monotonous the job is!”

(a) He exclaimed that very difficult the job was and monotonous.

(b) He exclaimed that the job had been very difficult and monotonous.

(c) He exclaimed that being in the the job was very difficult and monotonous.

(d) He exclaimed that the job was very difficult and monotonous.

Q38. The old man said, ‘I have transferred in your name all I have son.”

(a) The old man said to his son to transfer in his name all he had

(b) The old man said to his son that he had transferred in his name all he had

(c) The old man said to his son that he transferred in his name all he had.

(d) The old man said to that he had transferred in his name all he had

Q39.The sports teacher said, “Do deep breathing.”

(a) The sports teacher said deep breathing is to be done.

(b)  The sports teacher said to do deep breathing.

(c) The sports teacher said breathe deeply.

(d) The sports teacher said if deep breathing is to be done.

Q40. He said to me, “Please listen now’’.

(a) He said to me to please listen.

(b) He requested me listen

(c) He requested me to listen then

(d) He said to me to listen then

Q41. He said to the young budding players, “Great results come from small efforts but people do not have the patience to wait till great results so they give up small efforts.”

(a) He said to the young budding players that great results come from small efforts but people do not have the patience to wait till great results so they give up great efforts.

(b) He said to the young budding players that great results come from small efforts but people do not have the patience to wait till great results so they give up small efforts.

(c) He said to the young budding players that great results came from small efforts but people do not have the patience to wait till great results so they give up small efforts.

(d) He said to the young budding players Great results come from small efforts but people did not have the patience to wait till great results so they give up small efforts.

Q42. He said, “Lady, Is this the way you should behave?”

(a) He asked the lady if that was the way she should behave

(b) He asked the lady that was the way she should behave

(c) He asked the lady if was that the way she should behave

(d) He asked the lady was that the way she should behave

Q43.Please give me your pen ,”said the customer to the clerk.

(a) The clerk requested the customer to give him his pen

(b) The customer requested the clerk give him his pen.

(c) The clerk requested the customer for give him his pen.

(d) The customer requested the clerk to give him his pen.

Q44. I said to him, “How do you know this?”

(a) I asked him how I knew that.

(b) I asked him that how he knew that

(c) I told him how I knew that

(d) I asked him how he knew that.

Q45.  His angry mother asked him if he thought that getting success is so easy in life.

(a) “Do you think that getting success is so easy in life?”asked his angry mother.

(b) “Do you think that got success is so easy in life?”asked his angry mother

(c) “Did you think that getting success is so easy in life?”asked his angry mother

(d) “Do you think that getting easy success is easy in life?”asked his angry mother.

Q46. Ram’s mother wanted Ram to promise her that he would take care of Sita in the forest.

(a) “Promise me that you take care of Sita in the forest.”said Ram’s mother.

(b) “Promise me that you take care of Sita carefully in the forest. “said Ram’s mother.

(c) “Make me a promise that you shall take care of Sita in the forest.”said Ram’s mother.

(d) “Promise that you shall take care of Sita in the forest.”said Ram’s mother.

Q47 . The girl said to her friends that they would meet again when the hostel reopened and she said that she would miss them.

(a) “OK, We will meet again when the hostel reopens. I will miss you my dear friends.”Said the girl.

(b) OK, We will meet again when the reopening of the hostel. I will miss you my dear friends.”Said the girl

(c) OK, We would meet again when the hostel reopens. I will miss you my dear friends.”Said the girl

(d) It is OK, We will meet again when the hostel reopens. I will miss you my dear friends.”Said the girl

Q48. The man asked who had been murdered

(a) “Who was murder,”said the man.

(b) “Who was murdered?”said the man

(c) Who was murdering?”said the man

(d) Whom was murdered,”said the man.

Q49. Vijay requested his teacher to allow him to go home then.

(a)  Vijay requests to his teacher, “Let me go home now.”

(b)  Vijay said to his teacher, “Let me go home now.”

(c)  Vijay said to his teacher, “ Will you let me go home now.”

(d)  Vijay said to his teacher, “Let them go home now.”

Q50. The man said to me,”You be happy.”

(a)  He told me that I might be happy

(b)  He wished me that I may be happy

(c)  He wished me that I might be happy.

(d)  He wished me that might I be happy

Q51. He said, “For goodness sake! Stop asking for money all the time

(a) He exclaimed in anger and told him to stop asking for money all the time.

(b) He exclaims in anger and told him to stop asking for money all the time

(c) He exclaimed in anger and told him to stop asking for money all the time for goodness sake

(d) He exclaimed and told him to stop asking for money all the time

 

 

Directions: In question nos 52 to 76 some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of the sentence has an error.

 

 

Q52. The condition of the city (a)/ seems to be very applauding (b)/with all the vehicles (c)/ belching out exhaust fumes. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q53. As it got foggier (a)/ it became almost impossible (b)/ to steer the boat (c)/ along with the narrow canal.(d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q54. She still has not sell the house (a)/ since the buyers went back (b)/ on their word and (c)/ pulled out of the deal. (d)/

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q55. As the inspection day approached (a)/ the manager is under (b)/ a tremendous pressure to make sure (c)/ that everything was in place.(d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q56. Unlikely the holiday season (a)/ the famous tourist spot (b)/ bears a deserted look (c)/ at this time of the year. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d

Q57. He went to the cinema hall (a)/ to accompany his friends (b)/ even if he had (c)/ seen the movie earlier. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q58. The CEO of the company (a)/ had gone abroad (b)/ on an official visit (c)/ but she is come back now(d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q59. Rajiv has won a prize of (a)/ two million dollars which (b)/ has to be shared (c)/ with all his team members. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d

Q60. I do not understand (a)/ about how the money (b)/ was transferred without (c)/ the director’s permission. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q61. The company has (a)/ decided to sell half (b)/ of it shares (c)/ to a Chinese firm. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q62. By opening so much (a)/ branches in such a (b)/ short time, they have (c)/ used the wrong strategy. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q63. During the interview (a)/ with the General Manager (b)/ I asked her what challenges (c)/ she was faced. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d

Q64. We have (a)/ studied at Pinnacle and (b)/ find the staff much (c)/ helpful and knowledgeable.
(d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q65. There is all kinds (a)/ of regulations that have (b)/ to be met before (c)/ we get a license. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q66. Today we are closer (a)/ to reaching an agreement (b)/ then we were (c)/ a few months ago. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q67. We have been (a)/ telling them to (b)/drive carefully but (c)/ they are never listening. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q68. In about five minutes, they will (a)/ have cover the distance from the road to the point (b)/ where the sea (c)/ will be before them. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q69. The devastating experiences (a)/ of many wars taught some countries (b)/ the necessary of pursuing peace (c)/ at the expense of nationalist egos.(d)/No error

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q70. The former superstar recently (a)/ visit an orphanage, (b)/ fuelling speculation that (c)/ she was planning to adopt a child. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q71. The administration has conclusive (a)/ that it is retailers who are (b)/ responsible for upsetting (c)/ the city’s household budget. (d)



(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q72. A day after he was diagnosed with (a)/ swine flu, preventive measures were put in place (b)/ to assure that others were not (c)/ threatened by the dreaded virus. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d

Q73. The assurances, unfortunately, (a)/ remained on paper, as (b)/ neither the Centre or the state initiated steps (c)/ for the development of the backward region. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q74. Sediment deposit along the coast (a)/ may be the primary reason for (b)/ the change in conditions, (c)/ but a lot more remains to be understand. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q75. A committee will be set up (a)/ to explore the pros and cons of (b)/ a common entrance exam and it will (c)/ make a final conclusion within a week. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d


Q76. The infection which causes (a)/ gums to bleed and teeth to fall out (b)/ results from the building up of (c)/ a particular  bacteria that is commonly to the most mouths. (d)

(a)a

(b)b

(c)c

(d)d

 

 

Directions: In question nos 77 to 102  you have brief passages with questions following each passage. Read the passages carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and mark it .
In the past man’s worst enemy was Nature. He lived under the continual threat of famine and pestilence, a wet summer could bring death to whole nation’ and every winter was a menace. Mountains stood like a barrier between people and people, a sea was less a highway than an impassable division. Today Nature, though still an enemy, is an enemy almost completely conquered. Modern agriculture assures us of an ample food supply. Modern transportation has made the resources of the entire planet accessible to all its inhabitants.
Modern medicine and sanitation allow dense populations to cover the ground without risk of pestilence. True, we are still at the mercy of the more violent natural convulsions. Against earthquake, flood and hurricane man has, as yet, devised no adequate protection. At most times, Nature is no longer formidable, she has been subdued.

 

 

 

Q77. Modern medicine has helped  man :
(a) to live longer everywhere in the world.

(b) to live a healthy life in hygienic conditions.

(c) to live in thickly populated areas without fear of epidemics

(d) balance population with available resources.

Q78. Man has not yet succeeded in controlling the furies  of :
(a) earthquakes.

(b) floods.

(c) hurricanes.

(d) All the three

Q79. Which one of the following statements best reflects the underlying conviction of the passage?
(a) Man can do wonders.

(b) Man’s knowledge has no end.

(c) Man has been able to control Nature to a great extent.

(d) Man has been able to control Nature completely.

Q80. In ancient times, Man had an apprehension of :
(a) epidemics.

(b) severe droughts.

(c) floods.

(d) All the three above.

Q81. The modern transport system is a blessing as it :
(a) has helped decrease the distance between towns and villages.

(b) has brought comfort to both towns and villages.

(c) has made all the commodities available to everyone.

(d) has encouraged people to travel for pleasure.

 

 

PASSAGE 2

 

The capitalist system of society does not foster healthy relations among human beings. A few people own all the means of production and others-though nominally few have to sell their labour under conditions imposed upon them. The emphasis of capitalism being on the supreme importance of material wealth the intensity of its appeal is to die acquisitive intensity. It promotes worship of economic power with little regard to the means employed for its acquisition and the end that it serves. By its exploitation of human beings to the limits of endurance its concentration is on the largest profit rather than maximum production. Thus the division of human family is done on the basis of economic circumstance. All this is injurious to division of human dignity. And when the harrowed poor turn to the founders of religion for succour, they rather offer a-subtle defence of the established order. They promise future happiness for their present suffering and conjure up visions of paradise to redress the balance to soothe the suffering and the revolt of the tortured men. The system imposes injustice, the religion justifies it.

 

 

 

Q82. The passage indicates that the capitalist system is :
(a) fair

(b) ambitious

(c) prosperous

(d) dehumanising.

Q83. The established order is supported by religion to :

(a) alleviate the suffering of the poor in the capitalist system.

(b) perpetuate the injustice imposed by the capitalist system.

(c) balance the suffering of the poor with hopes of future rewards.

(d) help the tortured men to seek redress.

Q84. In a capitalist system :

(a) the means justify the ends.

(b) the ends justify the means.

(c) the means endorsed by religion are strictly followed.

(d) means which lead to exploitation are strictly prohibited.

Q85. Capitalism is injurious to human relations because it divides society into two groups, i.e.

(a) working and non-working.

(b) exploiters and exploited.

(c) religious and irreligious.

(d) buyers and sellers.

Q86. In a capitalistic system of society each man wishes :

(a) to acquire maximum wealth.

(b) to produce maximum wealth.

(c) to have visions of paradise.

(d) to soothe the sufferings of other.

 

 

Passage 3
Bringing up the baby is now a science and fine art. Most of the maternal grandparents would agree
with this statement. My mother lost fifteen kilos in six months when my son was born and I gained that as much. Both ways it was because of the anxiety and shared responsibility. My colleagues welcome retirement when their daughter is ready to deliver or had just delivered. They most often befriend young experienced mothers and spend long counselling sessions with them collecting tips on how to tackle a crisis. It is a funny sight to see grey haired women browse “Bringing up Baby” books at the local book store. One tends to think what they did with their own off springs. Ask them and pat comes the reply “it was so easy then. They grew up on their own”. The mother may ,wear many hats at the same time. But to her or her parents, the mind boggling thing for the first few years is diaper changes, circadian rhythm and continual feeding. At home social life is taboo. Phone calls give cause for irritation, music becomes noise, friends and relatives become total strangers, the domestic help a spirit of mercy and the pediatrician a fairy godmother. Raising a kid is akin to a guerilla warfare and it you hear
a woman say that her baby ‘is beautiful and perfect and an angel all the time’ then she is the grandma.

 

 

Q87. How did the mother and the daughter share the same anxiety?

(a) Both were uneasy with the newborn

(b) Both feared babies

(c) Both were concerned about raising the baby

(d) Both were nervous about shared responsibility


Q88.Why do female colleagues welcome retirement?

(a) They get lot of free time.

(b) They become free to attend to household duties.

(c) They can be of help to their daughters and their offspring.

(d)They can cook good food for their children and grandchildren.


Q89.To wear many hats’ means
(a) Wear helmet

(b)Wear head gear

(c) Do hairstyling

(d) Undertake much work


Q90.Why is social life taboo at home?

(a) Babies are demanding.

(b) Babies do not like guests.

(c) Babies hate parties.

(d) Babies prefer to go out than stay at home.


Q91.What is difficult for maternal grandparents?

(a) Raising grandchildren

(b) Feeding children

(c) Giving birth to grandchildren

(d) Bringing up babies

 

 

Passag -4

 

Freedom has assuredly given us a new status and new opportunities. But it also implies that we
should discard selfishness, laziness and all narrowness of outlook. Our freedom suggests toil and creation of new values of old ones. We should so discipline ourselves as to be able to discharge our new responsibilities satisfactorily. If there is anyone thing that needs to be stressed more than any other in the new set-up, it is that we should put into action
our full capacity, each one of us in productive effort-each one of us in his own sphere, however humble. Work, unceasing work, should now be our watch-word. Work is wealth, and service is happiness. Nothing else is. The greatest crime in India today is idleness. If we root out idleness, all our difficulties, including even conflicts, will gradually disappear.
Q92.Nothing else can. give us joy except
(a) idleness

(b) wealth

(c) freedom

(d) service


Q93. Anyone can free himself from the clutches of difficulties, if he

(a) fulfils his responsibilities

(b) discards idleness

(c) discharges his obligations

(d) eliminates narrow outlook


Q94.What has freedom undeniably offered to the citizens of India?
(a) New outlook

(b) New responsibilities

(c) New values

(d) New opportunities


Q95.One thing needs to be stressed more than anything else in this new set-up. It is that people should
(a) discipline themselves suitably

(b) work to their full capacity

(c) substitute old values with new ones

(d) discard narrowness of outlook


Q96.________________work should be the motto of our citizens.

(a) Incessant

(b) Productive

(c) Ingenious

(d) Resourceful

 

 

 

Passage -5

 

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) does not specify any standards for domestic exhaust fans. Therefore, none of the models tested carried the ISI mark. CERS tested the exhaust fans for power leakage, insulation resistance, earthing continuity, electrical input and protection against direct current. All of them were found to conform to the safety requirements for commercial or industrial purpose ventilating fans set by the BIS. Usually exhaust fans are fitted with an external guard (grill or mesh).Such guards are useful to prevent accidental contact with moving parts of the fan. The tests revealed that though all the models tested conformed do the safety tests, their air delivery
and electricity consumption differed widely and hence, their service value also varied. Consumers should make a conscious decision depending on their need. For small spaces, an exhaust fan with high service value would be best because such a fan will give you sufficient air delivery with low energy cost. But for bigger spaces perhaps you wouldn’t like to compromise with the air delivery of the fan, even if it adds a little more to your energy bill.

 

 

 

Q97.The installation of exhaust fans with high service value should be
(a) space oriented

(b) bill oriented

(c) delivery-of-air oriented

(d) all of the above


Q98.‘conform’ means

(a) establish the truth

(b) to authenticate ,

(c) comply with safety requirements

(d) comply with rules or standards


Q99. None of the domestic exhaust fans carried the ISI mark because
(a) CERS and not ISI tested them.

(b) ISI has no standards for them.

(c) they pose no danger of power leakage, earthing continuity, electrical input etc.

(d) they are fitted with guards.


Q100.The service value of the exhaust fans varied because

(a) air delivery differed

(b) electricity consumption differed

(c) they were not fitted with guards

(d) both a and b

Q101.The decision of the consumers to buy an exhaust fan would depend on their
(a) liking

(b) desire

(c) requirement

(d) fancy

 

 

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