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SSC English Sample Question | SSC Tier 1 – Online Exam Preparation

SSC English Sample Question | SSC Tier 1 – Online Exam Preparation

SSC English Sample Question | SSC Tier 1 – Online Exam Preparation

Q1. In the following questions, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

The _____ of lectures could be enhanced by introducing the lecture with a brief review of the work _____, it should also be indicated how the day’s lecture _____into the course pattern. A lecture should _____ be presented in one unbroken discourse. Unless exceptionally interesting, a long lecture strains the _____ of a concentrated listening, causing intermittent wandering of attention and loss of continuity in thought.

with a brief review of the work _____, it should also be indicated

(a) ascending

(b) preceding

(c) reciting

(d) succeeding

Q2. In the following questions, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

The _____ of lectures could be enhanced by introducing the lecture with a brief review of the work _____, it should also be indicated how the day’s lecture _____ into the course pattern. A lecture should _____ be presented in one unbroken discourse. Unless exceptionally interesting, a long lecture strains the _____ of a concentrated listening, causing intermittent wandering of attention and loss of continuity in thought.

how the day’s lecture _____ into the course pattern.

(a) adds

(b) fits

(c) gets

(d) lets

Q3. In the following questions, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

The _____ of lectures could be enhanced by introducing the lecture with a brief review of the work _____, it should also be indicated how the day’s lecture _____ into the course pattern. A lecture should _____ be presented in one unbroken discourse. Unless exceptionally interesting, a long lecture strains the _____ of a concentrated listening, causing intermittent wandering of attention and loss of continuity in thought.

A lecture should _____ be presented in one unbroken discourse.

(a) continuously

(b) often

(c) randomly

(d) seldom

Q4. A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

I had seen this road many years ago when my parents moved to Mundakotukurussi, our ancestral village. However, in those early years, I hadn’t begun exploring the countryside. I stored the unknown road in my head under ‘One Day I Will’. Ten years ago, when I recovered from a herniated disc, it was to discover that I had a useless left leg. Though I managed to lose the limp, I hated not being able to stride around as I used to. I needed a challenge to tell myself that I wasn’t going to buckle to a creature called sciatica. Thus the ‘One Day I Will’ arrived. “Where does the road by the medical shop lead to?” I asked my parents while visiting them next. “Chalavara,” they said. “It’s not an easy road to walk on,” my father added. “There are too many ups and downs.” Chalavara was a superior grade of a village as compared to Mundakotukurussi, with a high school, a fine library, ATMs and several shops. But it also has two approach roads. The one I had chosen was a narrow back road used by the locals and that settled it for me. I needed to know for myself I could walk a road that wasn’t going to be easy. And the next day, I would get up and walk that road again.

Where did the forefathers of the writer live?

(a) Chalavara

(b) Bengaluru

(c) Mundakotukurussi

(d)  Out of India

Q5. A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

I had seen this road many years ago when my parents moved to Mundakotukurussi, our ancestral village. However, in those early years, I hadn’t begun exploring the countryside. I stored the unknown road in my head under ‘One Day I Will’. Ten years ago, when I recovered from a herniated disc, it was to discover that I had a useless left leg. Though I managed to lose the limp, I hated not being able to stride around as I used to. I needed a challenge to tell myself that I wasn’t going to buckle to a creature called sciatica. Thus the ‘One Day I Will’ arrived. “Where does the road by the medical shop lead to?” I asked my parents while visiting them next. “Chalavara,” they said. “It’s not an easy road to walk on,” my father added. “There are too many ups and downs.” Chalavara was a superior grade of a village as compared to Mundakotukurussi, with a high school, a fine library, ATMs and several shops. But it also has two approach roads. The one I had chosen was a narrow back road used by the locals and that settled it for me. I needed to know for myself I could walk a road that wasn’t going to be easy. And the next day, I would get up and walk that road again.

What disability did the writer suffer due to the herniated disc?

(a) A useless left leg

(b) Depression

(c) Loss of memory

(d) Poor visibility

SSC English Sample Question
Q6. A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

I had seen this road many years ago when my parents moved to Mundakotukurussi, our ancestral village. However, in those early years, I hadn’t begun exploring the countryside. I stored the unknown road in my head under ‘One Day I Will’. Ten years ago, when I recovered from a herniated disc, it was to discover that I had a useless left leg. Though I managed to lose the limp, I hated not being able to stride around as I used to. I needed a challenge to tell myself that I wasn’t going to buckle to a creature called sciatica. Thus the ‘One Day I Will’ arrived. “Where does the road by the medical shop lead to?” I asked my parents while visiting them next. “Chalavara,” they said. “It’s not an easy road to walk on,” my father added. “There are too many ups and downs.” Chalavara was a superior grade of a village as compared to Mundakotukurussi, with a high school, a fine library, ATMs and several shops. But it also has two approach roads. The one I had chosen was a narrow back road used by the locals and that settled it for me. I needed to know for myself I could walk a road that wasn’t going to be easy. And the next day, I would get up and walk that road again.

One Day I Will’ is the title of?

(a) A village

(b) The unknown road

(c) A tourist place

(d) A path famous with

Q7. In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The world has seen a _____ growth in several spheres. Agricultural production, industrial production, communication, medicine, education etc, have seen _____ growth. We can safely assume that the future is not as _____ as once appeared to be. We are not by a vision of hungry hordes overwhelming world food resources. Although it is _____ that many people, especially in the developing countries, are hungry, illiterate and _____ to diseases.

Agricultural production, industrial production, communication, medicine, education etc, have seen _____ growth.

(a) equal

(b) unprecedented

(c) negligible

(d) negative

Q8. In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The world has seen a _____ growth in several spheres. Agricultural production, industrial production, communication, medicine, education etc, have seen _____ growth. We can safely assume that the future is not as _____ as once appeared to be. We are not by a vision of hungry hordes overwhelming world food resources. Although it is _____ that many people, especially in the developing countries, are hungry, illiterate and _____ to diseases.

We can safely assume that the future is not as _____ as once appeared to be.

(a) good

(b) strong

(c) bleak

(d) high

Q9. In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The world has seen a _____ growth in several spheres. Agricultural production, industrial production, communication, medicine, education etc, have seen _____ growth. We can safely assume that the future is not as _____ as once appeared to be. We are not by a vision of hungry hordes overwhelming world food resources. Although it is _____ that many people, especially in the developing countries, are hungry, illiterate and _____ to diseases.

Although it is _____ that many people, especially in the developing countries,

(a) unclear

(b) false

(c) incorrect

(d) true

Q10. In the following questions, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Language, they say, is the _____ through which human beings perceive the world. If so, English is perhaps the most _____ lens through which to see animals. It has _____ a cross eyed view of birds, beasts, fish and fowl. The very word “animal” can _____ the brutish and the sensual. Animal _____ imply baseness and vulgarity.

If so, English is perhaps the most _____ lens through which to see animals.

(a) distorting

(b) disturbing

(c) popular

(d) useful

Q11. In the following questions, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Language, they say, is the _____ through which human beings perceive the world. If so, English is perhaps the most _____ lens through which to see animals. It has _____ a cross eyed view of birds, beasts, fish and fowl. The very word “animal” can _____ the brutish and the sensual. Animal _____ imply baseness and vulgarity.

It has _____ a cross eyed view of birds, beasts, fish and fowl.

(a) accompanied

(b) exercised

(c) perpetuated

(d) undeterred

SSC English Sample Question
Q12. In the following questions, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Language, they say, is the _____ through which human beings perceive the world. If so, English is perhaps the most _____ lens through which to see animals. It has _____ a cross eyed view of birds, beasts, fish and fowl. The very word “animal” can _____ the brutish and the sensual. Animal _____ imply baseness and vulgarity.

The very word “animal” can _____ the brutish and the sensual.

(a) connote

(b) rectify

(c) trouble

(d) understand

 

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