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QID : 151 - Select the correct option:

Convert decimal 99 to binary.

Options:

1) 1100101
2) 1101001
3) 11100011
4) 1100011

Correct Answer: 1100011

QID : 152 - Anil is twice as good as workman as Bimal and together they finish a piece of work in 9 days. In how many days will Anil alone finish the work?

Options:

1) 12.5
2) 11.5
3) 10.5
4) 13.5

Correct Answer: 13.5

QID : 153 - What is the area (in sq cm) of a circle whose circumference is 22 cm?

Options:

1) 77
2) 38.5
3) 44
4) 88

Correct Answer: 38.5

QID : 154 - The cost price of an article is x. It is marked up by 150%. It is sold at Rs 600 after giving 40% discount. What is x (in Rs)?

Options:

1) 400
2) 666
3) 300
4) 444

Correct Answer: 400

QID : 155 - A bag has Rs.51.25 in the form of 2-rupee, 50-paise and 25-paise coins in the ratio of 3:5:7. What is the total number of 50-paise coins?

Options:

1) 15
2) 35
3) 25
4) 5

Correct Answer: 25

QID : 156 - In the first 40 overs of a 50 over innings, the run rate was 4.8 runs/over. What is the required run rate in the remaining 10 overs to reach the target of 241 runs?

Options:

1) 6.7
2) 6.5
3) 6.3
4) 4.9

Correct Answer: 4.9

QID : 157 - A milkman buys milk at Rs 25 per litre and adds 1/4 of water to it and sells the mixture at Rs 26 per litre. His gain (in %) is?

Options:

1) 25
2) 20
3) 30
4) 15

Correct Answer: 30

QID : 158 - When a number is increased by 120, it becomes 130% of itself. What is the number?

Options:

1) 400
2) 520
3) 460
4) 580

Correct Answer: 400

QID : 159 - Two cyclists P and Q cycle at 20 km/hr and 25 km/hr towards each other. What was the distance (in kms) between them when they started if they met after 56 minutes?

Options:

1) 36
2) 39
3) 42
4) 45

Correct Answer: 42

QID : 160 - The amount received at 10% per annum Compound interest after 3 yrs is Rs 5324. What was the principal (in Rs)?

Options:

1) 4100
2) 4200
3) 4000
4) 4300

Correct Answer: 4000

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QID : 126 - The demand for a inferior good increases with ________ in the consumer's income.

Options:

1) increase
2) decrease
3) constant
4) double

Correct Answer: decrease

QID : 127 - Goods for which demand move in the opposite direction of the income of the consumer are called?

Options:

1) Inferior goods
2) Normal goods
3) Complementary goods
4) Substitute goods

Correct Answer: Inferior goods

QID : 128 - "Population control and family planning" is listed in the __________ list given in the Seventh Schedule in the Constitution of India.

Options:

1) Union
2) State
3) Global
4) Concurrent

Correct Answer: Concurrent

QID : 129 - _______ is issued when the court finds that a particular office holder is not doing legal duty and thereby is infringing on the right of an individual.

Options:

1) Habeas Corpus
2) Mandamus
3) Prohibition
4) Quo Warranto

Correct Answer: Mandamus

QID : 130 - According to the categories of land mentioned in the Chola inscriptions ___________ was known as the land donated to Jaina institutions?

Options:

1) Vellanvagai
2) Brahmadeya
3) Shalabhoga
4) Pallichchhandam

Correct Answer: Pallichchhandam

QID : 131 - Prince Khurram was the name of the future Emperor __________.

Options:

1) Shah Jahan
2) Jahangir
3) Babur
4) Akbar

Correct Answer: Shah Jahan

QID : 132 - ___________ are defined as the mass movement of rock, debris or earth down a slope.

Options:

1) Earthquake
2) Cyclone
3) Flood
4) Landslide

Correct Answer: Landslide

QID : 133 - The material carried by the glacier such as rocks big and small, sand and silt gets deposited, which are called glacial ________.

Options:

1) moraines
2) deltas
3) plateaus
4) grooves

Correct Answer: moraines

QID : 134 - Based on the common features like presence of notochord and dorsal hollow neural system, animals like fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds along with mammals are included in which Phylum?

Options:

1) Mammalia
2) Chordata
3) Primata
4) Insecta

Correct Answer: Chordata

QID : 135 - The members of phaeophyceae are commonly called _________ algae.

Options:

1) Green
2) Brown
3) Red
4) Yellow

Correct Answer: Brown

QID : 136 - Asterias (Star fish), Echinus (Sea urchin), Antedon (Sea Lily) are all examples of which Phylum?

Options:

1) Echinodermata
2) Annelida
3) Platyhelminthes
4) Arthropoda

Correct Answer: Echinodermata

QID : 137 - During uniform motion of an object along a straight line, the ________ remains constant with time.

Options:

1) Time
2) Velocity
3) Acceleration
4) Distance

Correct Answer: Velocity

QID : 138 - The impression of an image persists on the retina for about _________ of a second.

Options:

1) 1/10th
2) 1/8th
3) 1/16th
4) 1/5th

Correct Answer: 1/16th

QID : 139 - In Microsoft Word, _______ allows us to move selected paragraphs to the left.

Options:

1) Decrease Indent
2) Increase Indent
3) Double Indent
4) Single Indent

Correct Answer: Decrease Indent

QID : 140 - Acetic Acid is another name for which of the following?

Options:

1) Vinegar
2) Baking Soda
3) Copper Sulphate
4) Magnesium Oxide

Correct Answer: Vinegar

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QID : 201 - Select the related word from the given alternatives.

Cow : Milk :: Bees : ?

Options:

1) Silk
2) Honey
3) Flower
4) Water

Correct Answer: Honey

QID : 202 - Select the related letters from the given alternatives.

ACF : GIL :: OQT : ?

Options:

1) VXY
2) UWZ
3) RSV
4) VXZ

Correct Answer: UWZ

QID : 203 - Select the related number from the given alternatives.

64 : 8 :: 0.01 : ?

Options:

1) 0.1
2) 1
3) 10
4) 0.08

Correct Answer: 0.1

QID : 204 - Select the odd word from the given alternatives.

Options:

1) Stream
2) Rivulet
3) River
4) Valley

Correct Answer: Valley

QID : 205 - Select the odd letters from the given alternatives.

Options:

1) ADG
2) HKN
3) ORU
4) BDF

Correct Answer: BDF

QID : 206 - Select the odd number from the given alternatives.

Options:

1) 49
2) 25
3) 8
4) 36

Correct Answer: 8

QID : 207 - A series is given, with one word missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

upset, aurora, spurn, strut, status, ?

Options:

1) treasure
2) perfect
3) right
4) unique

Correct Answer: treasure

QID : 208 - A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

L, N, Q, S, V, ?

Options:

1) W
2) Y
3) Z
4) X

Correct Answer: X

QID : 209 - A series is given, with one number missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

111, 107.5, 104, ? , 97, 93.5

Options:

1) 100
2) 99.5
3) 100.5
4) 99

Correct Answer: 100.5

QID : 210 - Advik's birthday is on Monday 19th June. On what day of the week will be Nishith's Birthday in the same year if Nishith was born on 17th November?

Options:

1) Saturday
2) Wednesday
3) Friday
4) Sunday

Correct Answer: Friday

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QID : 176 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Economically, we (1)/ understand the world (2)/ round us in terms of scarcity. (3)/No Error (4)

Options:

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4

Correct Answer: 3

QID : 177 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The two children, (1)/ brother and sister, were onto (2)/ their way to school. (3)/No Error (4)

Options:

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4

Correct Answer: 2

QID : 178 - In the following question, 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.

Finding the comedy routine extremely funny, the family laughed _____________ along with the rest of the crowd.

Options:

1) lot
2) hysterically
3) crazy
4) guffaw

Correct Answer: hysterically

QID : 179 - In the following question, 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 detective's ability to ________ makes it easy for him to scare suspects into confessing.

Options:

1) bluff
2) stuff
3) enough
4) cough

Correct Answer: bluff

QID : 180 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Belligerent

Options:

1) Antagonistic
2) Co-operative
3) Dandy
4) Delightful

Correct Answer: Antagonistic

QID : 181 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Indiscreet

Options:

1) Careless
2) Accurate
3) Attentive
4) Choosy

Correct Answer: Careless

QID : 182 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Incentive

Options:

1) Impetus
2) Stimulus
3) Enticement
4) Hindrance

Correct Answer: Hindrance

QID : 183 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Benediction

Options:

1) Criticism
2) Invocation
3) Beatitude
4) Approbation

Correct Answer: Criticism

QID : 184 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

To go off the air

Options:

1) To remove ventilator of a patient on his death bed
2) To not eat food for a long period of time
3) To stop broadcasting a radio or TV program
4) To waste time on silly or trivial things.

Correct Answer: To stop broadcasting a radio or TV program

QID : 185 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

To make a fuss about

Options:

1) To be extremely delighted
2) To work hard for eventual success
3) To be very strict or have very high standards
4) An excessive display of attention or activity

Correct Answer: An excessive display of attention or activity

QID : 186 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which will improve the bracketed part of the sentence. In case no improvement is needed, select "no improvement".

I should (has to be) with them tonight.

Options:

1) has been
2) have been
3) been
4) no improvement

Correct Answer: have been

QID : 187 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which will improve the bracketed part of the sentence. In case no improvement is needed, select "no improvement".

He must not (to be left) like this.

Options:

1) being left
2) been left
3) be left
4) no improvement

Correct Answer: be left

QID : 188 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the words/sentence.

Free from disturbance

Options:

1) Tranquil
2) Agitated
3) Chaotic
4) Violent

Correct Answer: Tranquil

QID : 189 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the words/sentence.

An arrangement of flowers fastened in a ring used for laying on a grave

Options:

1) Brier
2) Prickle
3) Wreath
4) Splint

Correct Answer: Wreath

QID : 190 - In the following question, four words are given out of which one word is correctly spelt. Select the correctly spelt word.

Options:

1) possesses
2) posseses
3) posesses
4) poseses

Correct Answer: possesses

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QID : 227 - The average variable cost curve is ____ shaped.

Options:

1) U
2) V
3) X
4) W

Correct Answer: U

QID : 228 - "Central Bureau of Intelligence and Investigation" is listed in the __________ list given in the Seventh Schedule in the Constitution of India.

Options:

1) Union
2) State
3) Global
4) Concurrent

Correct Answer: Union

QID : 229 - There are total _________ parliamentary seats (Rajya Sabha constituency) in Odisha.

Options:

1) 11
2) 19
3) 10
4) 1

Correct Answer: 10

QID : 230 - In 1918, Mahatma Gandhi went to ______________ to organise a satyagraha movement amongst cotton mill workers.

Options:

1) Madras
2) Bombay
3) Surat
4) Ahmedabad

Correct Answer: Ahmedabad

QID : 231 - Murshid Quli Khan, Alivardi Khan and Sirajuddaullah were all nawabs of ___________?

Options:

1) Lucknow
2) Varanasi
3) Hyderabad
4) Bengal

Correct Answer: Bengal

QID : 232 - _________ affect the rate of humus formation of soil.

Options:

1) Flora & Fauna
2) Time
3) Temperature
4) Parent rock

Correct Answer: Flora & Fauna

QID : 233 - The latitudes of main land of India extends between __________.

Options:

1) 8°4' N and 37°6' N
2) 8°4' W and 37°6' W
3) 8°4' E and 37°6' E
4) 8°4' S and 37°6' S

Correct Answer: 8°4' N and 37°6' N

QID : 234 - ___________ is a straw coloured, viscous fluid constituting nearly 55 per cent of the blood.

Options:

1) Plasma
2) Formed Elements
3) Blood Groups
4) Coagulation of Blood

Correct Answer: Plasma

QID : 235 - Sexual reproduction in Algae that takes place through fusion of two similar size gametes is called?

Options:

1) Zoospores
2) Anisogamous
3) Isogamous
4) Oogamous

Correct Answer: Isogamous

QID : 236 - Animals in which the cells are arranged in three embryonic layers are called ________.

Options:

1) Diploblastic
2) Ectoderm
3) Tripoblastic
4) Endoderm

Correct Answer: Tripoblastic

QID : 237 - An image formed by a concave mirror on a screen is called __________?

Options:

1) Virtual image
2) Real image
3) Inverted image
4) Erect image

Correct Answer: Real image

QID : 238 - The distance-time graph for the motion of an object moving with a constant speed is a __________.

Options:

1) Dot
2) Circle
3) Straight Line
4) Curve

Correct Answer: Straight Line

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QID : 251 - What is the remainder when 2468 is divided by 37?

Options:

1) 26
2) 36
3) 18
4) 14

Correct Answer: 26

QID : 252 - A can do 75% of a job in 9 days and B can do half of the job in 8 days. If they work on it together, then in how many days can they do half of the job?

Options:

1) 40/7
2) 24/7
3) 7/2
4) 9/2

Correct Answer: 24/7

QID : 253 - Area of 4 walls of a cuboid 400 sq cm, its length is 15 cm and height is 8 cm. What is its breadth (in cm)?

Options:

1) 12
2) 20
3) 24
4) 10

Correct Answer: 10

QID : 254 - At 20% discount the selling price of an article is Rs 2400, what is the selling price (in Rs) if the discount is 32.5%?

Options:

1) 2125
2) 2225
3) 2025
4) 2325

Correct Answer: 2025

QID : 255 - What is the fourth proportional to 24, 120 and 22?

Options:

1) 110
2) 120
3) 100
4) 90

Correct Answer: 110

QID : 256 - What is the average of all numbers between 8 and 74 which are divisible by 7?

Options:

1) 40
2) 41
3) 42
4) 43

Correct Answer: 42

QID : 257 - A trader had 1200 kgs of rice. He sold a part of it at 5% profit and the rest at 11% profit, so that he made a total profit of 7%. How much (in kg) wheat did he sell at 5% profit?

Options:

1) 900
2) 600
3) 400
4) 800

Correct Answer: 800

QID : 258 - 20% of a = b, then b% of 20 is the same as _________ of a.

Options:

1) 8%
2) 40%
3) 4%
4) 80%

Correct Answer: 4%

QID : 259 - After excluding stoppages, the speed of a bus is 60 kmph and after including stoppages, it is 45 kmph. For how many minutes does the bus stop per hour?

Options:

1) 10
2) 9
3) 12
4) 15

Correct Answer: 15

QID : 260 - The simple and compound interest that can be earned in two years at the same rate is Rs 1,000 and Rs 1,040 respectively. What is the rate (percent per annum) of interest?

Options:

1) 9
2) 10
3) 8
4) 11

Correct Answer: 8

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QID : 276 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

I took the shortest (1)/ way through the (2)/ little park close the palace. (3)/No Error (4)

Options:

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4

Correct Answer: 3

QID : 277 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

As it came to a stop (1)/ the conductor called (2)/ overin a loud voice. (3)/No Error (4)

Options:

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4

Correct Answer: 3

QID : 278 - In the following question, 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.

Moving to the city was eye-__________ for the straitlaced country girl.

Options:

1) clearing
2) freeing
3) saving
4) opening

Correct Answer: opening

QID : 279 - In the following question, 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.

With a blood test, a physician was able to ___________ the woman's pregnancy.

Options:

1) term
2) confirm
3) firm
4) confer

Correct Answer: confirm

QID : 280 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Exemption

Options:

1) Immunity
2) Accountability
3) Liability
4) Responsibility

Correct Answer: Immunity

QID : 281 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Perverse

Options:

1) Agreeable
2) Nefarious
3) Compliant
4) Willing

Correct Answer: Nefarious

QID : 282 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

To maneuver

Options:

1) To manipulate
2) To proceed
3) To cease
4) To machinate

Correct Answer: To cease

QID : 283 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

To avert

Options:

1) To aid
2) To deter
3) To forestall
4) To preclude

Correct Answer: To aid

QID : 284 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

To go to somebody's head

Options:

1) To have a huge ego
2) To complain to the highest authority
3) To make someone dizzy or slightly drunk
4) To arrive at the central point of the topic

Correct Answer: To make someone dizzy or slightly drunk

QID : 285 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

To make amends

Options:

1) To make new friends
2) To feel guilty for something you have not done
3) To compensate
4) To make flimsy excuses

Correct Answer: To compensate

QID : 286 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which will improve the bracketed part of the sentence. In case no improvement is needed, select "no improvement".

Why should we (bothered)?

Options:

1) bother
2) bothering
3) to bother
4) no improvement

Correct Answer: bother

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1. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Sumithra 'would have missed' the cab if she had not hurried.
1) Would have missing

2) Would has been missing
3) Missed  

4) No improvement

2. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.The gas 'is being seeping' out of the rocks.
1) Is seeping

2) Is seep
3) Was being seeping  

4) No improvement

3. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.
Captain Ranjith 'safety navigated' his ship without accident for 100 voyages.
1) Safely navigate

2) Safety navigates
3) Safely navigated

4) No improvement

4. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.The pedestrians 'should to be' cautious while crossing the road.
1) Must not

2) Should be
3) Should not

4) No improvement

5. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Some children are much more 'aggressive then' others.
1) Aggressively than

2) Aggressive than
3) Aggressively then

4) No improvement

6. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.It is raining, "isn't it"?
1) Haven't it

2) Hasn't it
3) Weren't it

4) No improvement

7. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.After a 'period for imprisonment' she renounced terrorism.
1) Period of imprisonment

2) Period out imprisonment
3) Period about imprisonment

4) No improvement

8. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Mridula seems almost impervious 'to' the criticism from all sides.
1) Off

2) In
3) Till

4) No improvement
 

9. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.According to the best available information, the facts 'are' true.
1) Is

2) Has
3) Has been

4) No improvement

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10. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Everyone in the fraternity has his own 'set in' prejudices.
1) Set by

2) Set of
3) Set on

4) No improvement
 

11. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Santhosh asked me where 'was my pen'.
1) My pen was

2) My pen are
3) Is my pen

4) No improvement
 

12. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Martin Luther 'translated' the Bible into German.
1) Translate

2) Translating
3) Have Translated

4) No improvement
 

13. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.The black sky 'was illuminated' by forked lightning.
1) Was illuminate

2) Illuminating
3) Have illuminated

4) No improvement
 

14. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Apple's new "operate" system for phones and tablets, iOS 11, is getting some much-sought-after updates.

1) Operating

2) Operationals
3) Operated

4) No improvement
 

15. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.The conference "will been a" celebration of women's achievements.
1) Will be an

2) Would be an
3) Will be a

4) No improvement
 

16. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Our company aims 'on help' students with disabilities to live and study independently.
1) In help

2) At help
3) To help

4) No improvement
 

17. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.The decision ''will leaving her" in a peculiar predicament.
1) Will left her

2) Will leave her
3) Leave

4) No improvement
 

18. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Chandra's good gestures "will highly appreciated".
1) Will be highly appreciate

2) Will be high appreciative
3) Will be highly appreciated

4) No improvement
 

19. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. was born 'in' 16 November in 1986.
1) On

2) At
3) For

4) No improvement
 

20. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Sumathi was 'a industriously' and willing worker.
1) An industrious

2) A industrious
3) An industriously

4) No improvement
 

21. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Both Santhosh and Rohit have 167 English papers due 'in' Tuesday.
1) About

2) At
3) On

4) No improvement
 

22. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes.Suraj as well as his friends 'was' arrested.
1) Were

2) Were being
3) Have been

4) No improvement
 

23. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Malini said that she would go for the meeting.
1) Malini said, "I go for the meeting"

2) Malini said, "I am going for the meeting"
3) Malini said, "I will go for the meeting"

4) Malini said, "I went for the meeting"
 

24. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Prabhu said that he was not going to college.
1) Prabhu said, "He was not going to college"

2) Prabhu said, "I am not going to college"
3) Prabhu said, "I will not go to college"

4) Prabhu said, "He had not gone to college"

25. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. She said that she would be playing with her kids.
1) She said, "I have played with my kids"

2) She said, "I will play with my kids"
3) She said, "I played with my kids"

4) She said, "I will be playing with my kids"

26. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Anand said that he would be waiting for me.
1) Anand said, "I will be waiting for you"

2) Anand said, "I will wait for you"
3) Anand said, "I should be waiting for you"

4) Anand said, "I am waiting for you"
 

27. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. He exclaimed sadly that he was undone.
1) He said, "Alas! I am undone"

2) He said, "Alas! He is undone"
3) He said, "Alas! He was undone"

4) He said, "Alas! I have been undone"
 

28. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Anjana said that she was waiting for her friends.
1) Anjana said, "I have been waiting for my friends"

2) Anjana said, "I had been waiting for my friends"

3) Anjana said, "I waiting for my friends"

4) Anjana said, "I am waiting for my friends"
 

29. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Sanjay said that he was going to Delhi then.
1) Sanjay said, "I am going to Delhi now"

2) Sanjay said, "I was going to Delhi now"
3) Sanjay said, "I am going to Delhi then"

4) Sanjay said, "He is going to Delhi now"
 

30. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Rajesh told Sumithra that he loved his parents.
1) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I am loving my parents"

2) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I love my parents"

3) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I have been loving my parents"

4) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I loves my parents"

31. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. He asked me what I was doing.
1) He said to me, "What are you doing?

2) He said to me, "What you are doing?
3) He said to me, "What I am doing?

4) He said to me, "What were you doing?
 

32. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Sumanth said that he would have called a doctor.
1) Sumanth said, "I will call a doctor"

2) Sumanth said, "I will be calling a doctor"
3) Sumanth said, "I will have called a doctor"

4) Sumanth said, "I should call a doctor"
 

33. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Akshai said that he was playing drums.
1) Akshai said, "I had been playing drums"

2) Akshai said, "I have been playing drums"
3) Akshai said, "I am playing drums"

4) Akshai said, "I play drums"
 

34. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. They said that they played cricket.
1) They said, "They plays cricket"

2) They said, "They are playing cricket"
3) They said, "They have been playing cricket"

4) They said, "We play cricket"
 

35. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Anitha said, "I've been learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months."
1) Anitha said that she had been learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months

2) Anitha said that she has been learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months

3) Anitha said that she is learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months

4) Anitha said that she learnt Bharatanatyam for the past six months

36. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. "Call the first witness," said the judge.
1) The judge commands to call the first witness

2) The judge pleaded to call the first witness
3) The judge commanded to called the first witness

4) The judge commanded to call the first witness

37. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Rahim said, "I will have completed my project."
1) Rahim said that he would complete his project

2) Rahim said that he would have completed his project

3) Rahim said that he had completed his project

4) Rahim said that he has completed his project
 

38. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Prabha said to Prabhu, "Prem was playing cards."
1) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem had been playing cards

2) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem has been playing cards

3) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem playing cards

4) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem plays cards
 

39. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Anbu said to Suresh, "Priya is playing in the garden."
1) Anbu told Suresh that Priya was playing in the garden

2) Anbu told Suresh that Priya played in the garden

3) Anbu told Suresh that Priya plays in the garden

4) Anbu told Suresh that Priya play in the garden

40. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Siva said, "I have read the novel Pride and Prejudice."
1) Siva said that he have read the novel Pride and Prejudice

2) Siva said that he reads the novel Pride and Prejudice
3) Siva said that he had read the novel Pride and Prejudice

4) Siva said that he read the novel Pride and Prejudice

41. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Vasanth said to Praveen, "I have eaten three apples."
1) Vasanth told Praveen that he ate three apples

2) Vasanth told Praveen that he has eaten three apples
3) Vasanth told Praveen that he had eaten three apples

4) Vasanth told Praveen that he eats three apples

42. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Sunder said, "I will go to my sister's house today."
1) Sunder said that he went to his sister's house that day

2) Sunder said that he has to go to his sister's house that day

3) Sunder said that he goes to his sister's house that day

4) Sunder said that he would go to his sister's house that day
 

43. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Kumar said, "I am unwell."
1) Kumar said that he had been unwell

2) Kumar said that he is unwell
3) Kumar said that he has been unwell

4) Kumar said that he was unwell
 

44. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Suresh said to me, "I have been dancing for two hours".
1) Suresh told me that he has been dancing for two hours

2) Suresh told me that he had been dancing for two hours

3) Suresh told me that he is dancing for two hours

4) Suresh told me that he was dancing for two hours

45. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Nisha said to Sunil, "I will not be going for the class."
1) Nisha told Sunil that she will not have gone for the class

2) Nisha told Sunil that she does not go for the class
3) Nisha told Sunil that she would not be going for the class

4) Nisha told Sunil that she had not been going for the class

46. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. "Where do you live?", said the stranger.
1) The stranger enquired where I lived

2) The stranger enquires where I lived
3) The stranger enquired where I had been living

4) The stranger enquires where I have been living

47. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. He said to him, "Is not your name Krishna?"
1) He inquired him whether his name was not Krishna

2) He inquired him whether my name was not Krishna

3) He inquires him whether his name was not Krishna

4) He inquired him whether his name is not Krishna

48. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. A children's story is written by Amith.
1) Amith has written a children's story

2) Amith wrote a children's story
3) Amith writes a children's story

4) Amith had written a children's story
 

49. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. By whom was this work done?
1) Who had done this work?

2) Who did this work?
3) Who has done this work?

4) Who does this work?
 

50. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. A gift was given to me by my friend.
1) My friend had given me a gift

2) My friend has given me a gift
3) My friend gave me a gift

4) My friend gives me a gift

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-8, Part-II

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Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

51. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. Our house was built by my father.
1) My father had built our house

2) My father builds our house
3) My father has built our house

4) My father built our house
 

52. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. This picture had been drawn by me.
1) I had drawn this picture

2) I have drawn this picture
3) I drew this picture

4) I drawn this picture
 

53. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The room is being swept by the sweeper.
1) The sweeper is sweeping the room

2) The sweeper swept the room
3) The sweeper sweeps the room

4) The sweeper has been sweeping the room

54. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. He was taken to the hospital by his friends.
1) His friends had taken him to the hospital

2) His friends have taken him to the hospital
3) His friends take him to the hospital

4) His friends took him to the hospital
 

55. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. A few bags were bought by me.
1) I had bought a few bags

2) I have bought a few bags
3) I bought a few bags

4) I buy a few bags

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56. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The telephone had been invented by Graham Bell.
1) Graham Bell should have invented the telephone

2) Graham Bell has invented the telephone
3) Graham Bell had invented the telephone

4) Graham Bell invented the telephone
 

57. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The books exhibition had been opened by the Governor.
1) The Governor had opened the books exhibition

2) The Governor has opened the books exhibition

3) The Governor opened the books exhibition

4) The Governor opens the books exhibition
 

58. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. This letter was written by Mr. Kumar.
1) Mr. Kumar had written this letter

2) Mr. Kumar writes this letter
3) Mr. Kumar has written this letter

4) Mr. Kumar wrote this letter
 

59. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The flute is being played by Shankar.
1) Shankar was playing the flute

2) Shankar is playing the flute
3) Shankar has been playing the flute

4) Shankar playing the flute
 

60. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Sumanth was reading a book.
1) A book was being read by Sumanth

2) A book is being read by Sumanth
3) A book is read by Sumanth

4) A book has been read by Sumanth
 

61. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. The boy is climbing the cliff.
1) The cliff have been climbed by the boy

2) The cliff was being climbed by the boy
3) The cliff is being climbed by the boy

4) The cliff had been climbed by the boy
 

62. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. My elder brother is playing cricket.
1) Cricket was being played by my elder brother

2) Cricket is being played by my elder brother
3) Cricket has been played by my elder brother

4) Cricket had been played by my elder brother
 

63. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. The gardener was watering the plants.
1) The plants is being watered by the gardener

2) The plants are being watered by the gardener
3) The plants watered by the gardener

4) The plants were being watered by the gardener
 

64. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Sanjay sells tea.
1) Tea had been sold by Sanjay

2) Tea has been sold by Sanjay
3) Tea was sold by Sanjay

4) Tea is sold by Sanjay
 

65. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Mohan was driving a car.
1) A car is being driven by Mohan

2) A car was being driven by Mohan
3) A car has been driven by Mohan

4) A car had been driven by Mohan
 

66. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Who broke this beautiful glass?
1) By whom has this beautiful glass been broken?

2) By whom is this beautiful glass broken?
3) By whom was this beautiful glass broken?

4) By whom had this beautiful glass been broken?

67. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. My sister has painted this wall.
1) This wall has been painted by my sister

2) This wall have been painted by my sister
3) This wall was painted by my sister

4) This wall is painted by my sister
 

68. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. When Ram arrived home, police arrested him.
1) When Ram arrived home, he had been arrested by police

2) When Ram arrived home, he is arrested by police
3) When Ram arrived home, he was arrested by police

4) When Ram arrived home, he was being arrested by police
 

69. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Were you washing the clothes?
1) Was the clothes being washed by you?

2) Were the clothes being washed by you?
3) Is the clothes being washed by you?

4) Has the clothes being washed by you?
 

70. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. I have written this essay.
1) This essay had been written by me

2) This essay is written by me
3) This essay has been written by me

4) This essay was written by me
 

71. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. We won the cricket match.
1) The cricket match was won by us

2) The cricket match is won by us
3) The cricket match win by us

4) The cricket match had been won by us
 

72. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Did he call you?
1) Were you called by him?

2) Are you called by him?
3) Did you called by him?

4) Have you been called by him?
 

73. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "High on the hog"
1) To go to bed or go to sleep

2) To study for a test
3) To live in a luxurious or costly way

4) To have something secured
 

74. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Be in the same boat"
1) To ask someone to travel on the same boat

2) To be in the same difficult situation
3) Willing to do something immediately

4) To force an issue that has already ended

75. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Cut to the chase"
1) To start talking about the important aspects of something

2) To conclude from obvious fact

3) To clean solid lines

4) To be evil tempered
 

76. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below."Take exception to"
1) To object strongly

2) To enjoy the given freedom
3) To make a promise

4) To comply with a rule
 

77. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "To pick holes"
1) To lose courage

2) To be afraid to die
3) To find the weak points in something

4) To articulate clearly
 

78. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. “Let the grass grow under one’s feet”
1) To accept responsibility

2) To engage in a project
3) To remain idle

4) To grow grass at home
 

79. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Smell a rat"
1) To show signs of cowardice

2) To smell the presence of a rat
3) To suspect that something is wrong about a situation

4) To become polite

 

80. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Run out of steam"
1) To run out of an engine

2) To lose enthusiasm and stop doing something

3) To run the engine by steam

4) A very loud and noisy rain storm
 

81. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Flog a dead horse"
1) To bear the brunt of

2) To beat a dead horse
3) To be evil tempered

4) To waste your effort by trying to do something that is no longer possible

82. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Let sleeping dogs lie"
1) To get someone drunk

2) A fair competition where no side has an advantage

3) To make a dog to sleep

4) To avoid restarting a conflict
 

83. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "A speech or piece of writing praising somebody"
1) Angiology

2) Etymology
3) Eulogy

4) Arcology
 

84. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "A person or animal that eats all kinds of food"
1) Omnivorous

2) Herbivorous
3) Insectivorous

4) Carnivorous
 

85. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "To express your thoughts clearly in words"
1) Articulate

2) Archive
3) Ambivalent

4) Equivocal
 

86. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "A place where ships load and unload goods"
1) Port

2) Terminal
3) Coach

4) Hangar
 

87. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "The rule by nobles"
1) Monarchy

2) Aristocracy
3) Republic

4) Autocracy
 

88. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "Being afraid of water or being near water"
1) Xenophobia

2) Autophobia
3) Monophobia

4) Aquaphobia
 

89. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase."Difficult or impossible to reach or to get"
1) Illegible

2) Inevitable
3) Inaudible

4) Inaccessible
 

90. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "One
who does not believe in God"
1) Devotee

2) Theist
3) Atheist

4) Anarchist
 

91. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "The scientific study of the mind"
1) Philology

2) Psychology
3) Sociology

4) Anthropology
 

92. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "One who studies human antiquities"
1) Apologist

2) Anthropologist
3) Archaeologist

4) Entomologist
 

93. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) One afternoon, a fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a lofty branch. (P)Taking a few steps back, the fox jumped and just missed the hanging grapes (Q) Finally,giving up, the fox turned up his nose and said, "They're probably sour anyway." (R) Again,the fox took a few paces back and tried to reach them, but still failed (S) "Just the thing to quench my thirst," said the fox (S6) Then he walked away.
1) QSPR

2) PSQR
3) SQPR

4) SPRQ
 

94. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or characters used (Q) Structure of a language (R) Alphabet is a set of graphs (S) To represent the phonemic
1) RPSQ

2) PRSQ
3) SQPR

4) PQRS
 

95. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) People have been eating asparagus (Q) Called garden asparagus (R) As a vegetable since ancient times (S) The vegetable is also
1) PRSQ

2) QPRS
3) SPQR

4) RSQP
 

96. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) That is closely related to the peach tree (Q) Almonds are commonly called nuts (R) But they are actually seeds (S) And they come from a tree
1) RPSQ

2) QRSP
3) SQPR

4) SQPS
 

97. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Every year in July the city of Pamplona in northeastern Spain holds a rollicking weeklong festival. (P) There are an unusually large number of paramedics and ambulances on hand (Q) In the festival,there will be drinking, parades, dancing, and revelry late into the night (R) That’s because this festival happens to center on a dangerous and world-famous tradition known the running of the bulls (S) To an uninitiated observer, it would all look pretty normal except for one thing (S6) Early in the morning on every day of the festival, about 2,000 people line up to participate in the run.
1) PQRS

2) QSPR
3) PSQR

4) SPQR
 

98. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or car racing tests (Q) And a car’s power (R) Automobile racing (S) Both a driver’s skill 

1) RPSQ

2) QPSR
3) RSPQ

4) SQPR
 

99. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) I Have a Dream is a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. (P) And one of the most iconic speeches in American history (Q) Which was delivered on August 28, 1963, during the March in Washington (R) It became one of the defining moments of the civil rights movement (S) The theme of the speech was a call for equality and freedom (S6) Some 250,000 people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., for the march in Washington.
1) SRQP

2) PQRS
3) QSRP

4) SQPR
 

100. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Once when a lion, the king of the jungle, was asleep, a little mouse began running up and down on him. (P) This soon awakened the lion, who placed his huge paw on the mouse, and opened his big jaws to swallow him (Q) I shall never repeat it and I shall never forget your kindness (R) "Pardon, O King!" cried the little mouse (S) "Forgive me this time and who knows, I may be able to do you a good turn one of these days!” (S6) The lion was so tickled by the idea of the mouse being able to help him that he lifted his paw and let him go.
1) PRQS

2) SQPR
3) QSPR

4) QPRS

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-8, Part-III (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-8, Part-III

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

101. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) When warm summer (Q) To the cold of winter (R) Autumn is the season (S) Temperatures gradually decrease
1) SRQP

2) RQRS
3) RPSQ

4) PQRS

102. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Once upon a time, there lived a farmer in a village, beside a forest. (P) When the farmer was a little boy, he spent much of his time playing with the apple tree (Q)Those days, the apple tree had given the choicest of apples to him (R) However, as time passed, the apple tree became old and stopped bearing fruits (S)He had a big garden that had an old apple tree and other plants, trees and beautiful flowers (S6) Now that the farmer was not getting any apples from the tree, he decided that the tree was useless and cut it.
1) PQRS

2) RSPQ
3) QSPR

4) SPQR

103. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or unfair treatment (Q) Affirmative action is a policy (R) That tries to make up for past discrimination (S) Against certain groups of people 

1) QRPS

2) SQPR
3) RSPQ

4) SRQP

104. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Two game cocks were fiercely fighting for the mastery of the farmyard. (P) The vanquished cock skulked away and hid himself in a quiet corner (Q) An eagle sailing through the air pounced upon him
and carried him off in his talons (R) One at last put the other to flight (S) While the conqueror, flying up to a high wall, flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might (S6) The vanquished cock immediately came out of his corner, and ruled henceforth with undisputed mastery. 

1) RSQP

2) SQPR
3) PSQR

4) RPSQ
 

105. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) In 1962, Eunice Kennedy Shriver the sister of President John F. Kennedy, started a summer camp for kids. (P) Similar camps were funded across the United States and Canada (Q) The camp, called
Camp Shriver (R) Camp Shriver became a yearly occurrence, and, with support from the Joseph Kennedy Jr. Foundation (S) Intended to provide a place for these children to play while also promoting the benefits of physical activity (S6) The camps focused on sports and gave out awards for physical achievements. 

1) SQPR

2) PQSR
3) QSPR

4) PQRS

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106. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) A geographical area usually (Q) Cartography is the art and science (R) On a flat surface such as a map or chart (S) Of graphically representing
1) PQRS

2) QSPR
3) QPRS

4) SQPR

107. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) A bunny rabbit lived in the forest; he had many friends and he was proud of his friends. (P) He was very scared (Q) He quickly went to his friend deer (R) One day, bunny rabbit heard the loud barking of wild dogs (S) He decided to ask for help (S6) The bunny rabbit said, “Dear friend, some wild dogs are chasing me, can you chase them away with your sharp antlers?”
1) SPQR

2) RPSQ
3) QRPS

4) SPQR

108. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) This was called the abolitionist movement (Q) To slavery began a movement to abolish (R) Or end the practice (S) In the late 1700s people who were opposed
1) PQRS

2) RSQP
3) RPQS

4) SQRP

109. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) An audience (Q) Often in a theatre  (R) Acted out before (S) A drama is a type of story
1) QRPS

2) PSQR
3) SRPQ

4) RSPQ

110. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Here are a few theories as to why a baker’s dozen became 13. (P) Bakers who were found to be cheating their customers by overpricing undersized loaves were subject to strict punishment (Q) There may be fluctuations in rising and baking and air content (R) Even with careful planning, it is difficult to ensure that all of your baked goods come out the same size (S) In medieval England there were laws that related the price of bread to the price of the wheat used to make it (S6) For fear of accidentally coming up short they would throw in a bit extra to ensure that they wouldn’t end up with a surprise flogging later.
1) PQRS

2) PSRQ
3) RQPS

4) SPQR

111. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Canals are waterways (Q) That are built by people (R) Travel, and irrigation (S) And used for shipping,
1) SQPR

2) RPSQ
3) PQSR

4) RPQS

112. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) One hot day, an ant was searching for some water, after walking around for some time, she came to a spring. (P) While making her way up, she slipped and fell into the water (Q) To reach the spring,  she had to climb up a blade of grass (R) She could have drowned if a dove up a nearby tree had not seen her (S) Seeing that the ant was in trouble, the dove quickly plucked a leaf and dropped it into the water near the struggling ant (S6) The ant moved towards the leaf and climbed up onto it; and the leaf drifted to dry ground, and the ant jumped out, and she was safe at last.
1) RSPQ

2) PQSR
3) SQPR

4) QPRS

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138. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. If you describe someone as a maverick, (P)/ you mean that he is unconventional and independent (Q)/ and do not think or behave in the same way as other people. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

139. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The government need to adopt (P)/ a multi-year expenditure outlook (Q)/ while preparing the budget. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

140. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The scientists found that (P)/ leopards tend to hoist prey (Q)/ that are between half and one-and-a-half times it's own weight. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

141. In the following question, each sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. King penguins (P)/ are active throughout (Q)/ the long summer days. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

142. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The behaviour of resident spiders (P)/ towards pirate spiders and their own prey (Q)/ are quite different. (R)/ No error (S) 
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

143. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Earth's deserts (P)/ is a land of extremes,(Q) /constantly pushing life to the limit. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

144. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Can you tell me (P)/ the name of the person (Q)/ whom wrote the book? (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

145. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Bharatanatyam will also (P)/ feature in the two-week (Q)/ World Music Festival. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

146. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The consequence of (P)/ his carelessness was (Q)/ that the game was lost. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

147. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The place were (P)/Buddha was cremated (Q)/has recently been discovered.(R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

148. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Men who has risen (P)/ by their own exertions (Q)/ are always respected. (R)/ No error (S) 
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

149. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Ancient jewellery or decoration (P)/ has a new meaning (Q)/ with the discovery bone ornaments. (R) / No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

150. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No  error (S)' as your answer. We have issued (P)/ a order seeking immediate (Q)/ printing of revised price tag. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2" VER-9, Part-I (English language & Comprehension)

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 SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2"  VER-9, Part-I

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

1. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. It is raining, "isn't it"?
1) Haven't it 

2) Hasn't it

3) Weren't it             

4) No improvement

2. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Our company aims 'on help' students with disabilities to live and study independently.
1) In help               

2) At help

3) To help               

4) No improvement

3. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The conference "will been a" celebration of women's achievements.
1) Will be an           

2) Would be an

3) Will be a             

4) No improvement

4. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Martin Luther 'translated' the Bible into German.
1) Translate               

2) Translating

3) Have Translated   

4) No improvement

5. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Mridula seems almost impervious 'to' the criticism from all sides.
1) Off

2) In

3) Till

4) No improvement

6. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The black sky 'was illuminated' by forked lightning.
1) Was illuminate

2) Illuminating

3) Have illuminated

4) No improvement

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-8, Part-IV (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-8, Part-IV

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

151. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Wherever you live, (P)/ there is surely some countryside or coastline (Q)/not too far away that you are proud of. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

152. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Tickle is (P)/one of the broadest and deepest (Q)/ subject in science. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

153. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Scientists intended (P)/ to reintroduce and conserve grey wolves (Q)/ in their original habitats. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

154. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. A prince were (P)/ in search of a Sufi master (Q)/ to help him in his mystical journey. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

155. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Suresh have never (P)/ encouraged nor (Q)/condoned violence. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

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156. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The Kepler Space Telescope, (P)/ launched on 2009, was designed (Q)/to find planets around other stars. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

157. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Throughout the history, (P)/humans has existed side-by-side (Q)/ with bacteria and viruses. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q
3) R

4) S

158. Choose the correct synonym of the given word from the options given below.
DEPOSITION
1) Ascent

2) Employment
3) Impeachment

4) Coronation

159. Choose the best synonym of the given word from the options given below. DISSEMINATE
1) Collect

2) Conceal
3) Hide

4) Disperse

160. Choose the best synonym of the given word from the options given below. CONGENIAL
1) Cordial

2) Harsh
3) Hateful

4) Unfriendly

161. Choose the best antonym of the given word from the options given below.
CONTROVERSY
1) Argument

2) Difference
3) Agreement

4) Quarrel

162. Choose the correct antonym of the given word from the options given below.
INUNDATION
1) Flood

2) Torrent
3) Tide

4) Drought

163. Choose the best antonym of the given word from the options given below.

EQUIVALENT
1) Comparable

2) Dissimilar
3) Parallel

4) Identical

164. Choose the MISSPELT word.
1) Perseverance

2) Possession
3) Reference

4) Restarant

165. Choose the MISSPELT word.
1) Acheive

2) Apparently
3) Beginning

4) Business

166. Choose the MISSPELT word.
1) Abundance

2) Acclaim
3) Absense

4) Advertisement

167. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. Making pies and cakes ____ Mrs.Kumar's speciality.
1) Have

2) Is
3) Has

4) Are being

168. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. Laxmi's sons are the most _________ thing in her life.
1) Importancy

2) Importance
3) Importantly

4) Important

169. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. Students are not expected to leave without _________.
1) Tolerance

2) Indulgence
3) Permission

4) Freedom

170. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. I always arrive to class twenty minutes ______ so that I have time to prepare.
1) Late

2) Early
3) Later

4) Behind time

171. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. A ________ man is certain to be prosperous.
1) Diligent

2) Inactive
3) Indolent

4) Lethargic

172. Find the word closest in the meaning to "Pensive".
1) Ignorant

2) Negligent
3) Thoughtful

4) Shallow

173. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word which will suit the context of the sentence. I work very __________ and am decisive and accurate in my judgement.
1) Anxious

2) Elaborate
3) Efficiently

4) Precise

174. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word which will suit the context of the sentence. Sanjay found the unchanging rhythm of the musical piece to be annoyingly ______.
1) Irreverent

2) Recusant
3) Monotonous

4) Coherent

175. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word which will suit the context of the sentence. I don’t have much energy these days. After a short stroll, I am quite ______.
1) Relieved

2) Eager
3) Uplifted

4) Exhausted

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER 09, Part-III (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 VER 09," Part-III

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

101. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Once upon a time, there lived a farmer in a village, beside a forest. (P) When the farmer was a little boy, he spent much of his time playing with the apple tree (Q)Those days, the apple tree had given the choicest of apples to him (R) However, as time passed, the apple tree became old and stopped bearing fruits (S)He had a big garden that had an old apple tree and other plants, trees and beautiful flowers (S6) Now that the farmer was not getting any apples from the tree, he decided that the tree was useless and cut it.
1) PQRS

2) RSPQ

3) QSPR

4) SPQR

102. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or car racing tests (Q) And a car’s power (R) Automobile racing (S) Both a driver’s skill
1) RPSQ

2) QPSR

3) RSPQ

4) SQPR

103. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) That is closely related to the peach tree (Q) Almonds are commonly called nuts (R) But they are actually seeds (S) And they come from a tree
1) RPSQ

2) QRSP

3) SQPR

4) SQPS

104. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) This was called the abolitionist movement (Q) To slavery began a movement to abolish (R) Or end the practice (S) In the late 1700s people who were opposed
1) PQRS

2) RSQP

3) RPQS

4) SQRP

105. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Two game cocks were fiercely fighting for the mastery of the farmyard. (P) The vanquished cock skulked away and hid himself in a quiet corner (Q) An eagle sailing through the air pounced upon him and carried him off in his talons (R) One at last put the other to flight (S) While the conqueror, flying up to a high wall, flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might (S6) The vanquished cock immediately came out of his corner, and ruled henceforth with undisputed mastery.
1) RSQP

2) SQPR

3) PSQR

4) RPSQ

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-09, Part-IV (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " Part-IV

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

151. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The place were (P)/Buddha was cremated (Q)/has recently been discovered.(R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

152. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. If you describe someone as a maverick, (P)/ you mean that he is unconventional and independent (Q)/ and do not think or behave in the same way as other people. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

153. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Tickle is (P)/one of the broadest and deepest (Q)/ subject in science. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

154. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The government need to adopt (P)/ a multi-year expenditure outlook (Q)/ while preparing the budget. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

155. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Throughout the history, (P)/humans has existed side-by-side (Q)/ with bacteria and viruses. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

156. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The behaviour of resident spiders (P)/ towards pirate spiders and their own prey (Q)/ are quite different. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

157. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Suresh have never (P)/ encouraged nor (Q)/condoned violence. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

158. Choose the best synonym of the given word from the options given below. CONGENIAL
1) Cordial

2) Harsh

3) Hateful

4) Unfriendly

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-I (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-I

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

1. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Both Santhosh and Rohit have 167 English papers due 'in' Tuesday.
1) About

2) At

3) On

4) No improvement

 2. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The decision ''will leaving her" in a peculiar predicament.
1) Will left her

2) Will leave her

3) Leave

4) No improvement

 3. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Some children are much more 'aggressive then' others.
1) Aggressively than

2) Aggressive than

3) Aggressively then

4) No improvement

4. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Captain Ranjith 'safety navigated' his ship without accident for 100 voyages.
1) Safely navigate

2) Safety navigates

3) Safely navigated

4) No improvement

 5. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. After a 'period for imprisonment' she renounced terrorism.
1) Period of imprisonment

2) Period out imprisonment

3) Period about imprisonment

4) No improvement

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 6. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Everyone in the fraternity has his own 'set in' prejudices.
1) Set by

2) Set of

3) Set on

4) No improvement

 7. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Suraj as well as his friends 'was' arrested.
1) Were

2) Were being

3) Have been

4) No improvement

 8. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The gas 'is being seeping' out of the rocks.
1) Is seeping

2) Is seep

3) Was being seeping

4) No improvement

 9. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Apple's new "operate" system for phones and tablets, iOS 11, is getting some much-soughtafter updates.
1) Operating

2) Operationals

3) Operated

4) No improvement

 10. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. It is raining, "isn't it"?
1) Haven't it

2) Hasn't it

3) Weren't it

4) No improvement

11. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Santhosh asked me where 'was my pen'.
1) My pen was

2) My pen are

3) Is my pen

4) No improvement

 12. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Our company aims 'on help' students with disabilities to live and study independently.
1) In help

2) At help

3) To help

4) No improvement

 13. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. I was born 'in' 16 November in 1986.
1) On

2) At

3) For

4) No improvement

 14. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The conference "will been a" celebration of women's achievements.
1) Will be an

2) Would be an

3) Will be a

4) No improvement

 15. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. According to the best available information, the facts 'are' true.
1) Is

2) Has

3) Has been

4) No improvement

 16. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The pedestrians 'should to be' cautious while crossing the road.
1) Must not

2) Should be

3) Should not

4) No improvement

 17. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Sumithra 'would have missed' the cab if she had not hurried.
1) Would have missing

2) Would has been missing

3) Missed

4) No improvement

 18. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Mridula seems almost impervious 'to' the criticism from all sides.
1) Off

2) In

3) Till

4) No improvement

19. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Chandra's good gestures "will highly appreciated".
1) Will be highly appreciate

2) Will be high appreciative

3) Will be highly appreciated

4) No improvement

 20. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. The black sky 'was illuminated' by forked lightning.
1) Was illuminate

2) Illuminating

3) Have illuminated

4) No improvement

 21. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Sumathi was 'a industriously' and willing worker.
1) An industrious

2) A industrious

3) An industriously

4) No improvement

 22. Choose the correct alternative which will improve the part of the sentence given in quotes. Martin Luther 'translated' the Bible into German.
1) Translate

2) Translating

3) Have Translated

4) No improvement

  23. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Akshai said that he was playing drums.
1) Akshai said, "I had been playing drums"

2) Akshai said, "I have been playing drums"

3) Akshai said, "I am playing drums"

4) Akshai said, "I play drums"

 24. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Malini said that she would go for the meeting.
1) Malini said, "I go for the meeting"

2) Malini said, "I am going for the meeting"

3) Malini said, "I will go for the meeting"

4) Malini said, "I went for the meeting"

 25. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Sumanth said that he would have called a doctor.
1) Sumanth said, "I will call a doctor"

2) Sumanth said, "I will be calling a doctor"

3) Sumanth said, "I will have called a doctor"

4) Sumanth said, "I should call a doctor"

 26. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Anand said that he would be waiting for me.
1) Anand said, "I will be waiting for you"

2) Anand said, "I will wait for you"

3) Anand said, "I should be waiting for you"

4) Anand said, "I am waiting for you"

27. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. He exclaimed sadly that he was undone.
1) He said, "Alas! I am undone"

2) He said, "Alas! He is undone"

3) He said, "Alas! He was undone"

4) He said, "Alas! I have been undone"

28. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. He asked me what I was doing.
1) He said to me, "What are you doing?

2) He said to me, "What you are doing?

3) He said to me, "What I am doing?

4) He said to me, "What were you doing?

29. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Sanjay said that he was going to Delhi then.
1) Sanjay said, "I am going to Delhi now"

2) Sanjay said, "I was going to Delhi now"

3) Sanjay said, "I am going to Delhi then"

4) Sanjay said, "He is going to Delhi now"

30. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. They said that they played cricket.
1) They said, "They plays cricket"

2) They said, "They are playing cricket"

3) They said, "They have been playing cricket"

4) They said, "We play cricket"

31. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Rajesh told Sumithra that he loved his parents.
1) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I am loving my parents"
2) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I love my parents"
3) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I have been loving my parents"
4) Rajesh said to Sumithra, "I loves my parents"

 32. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Anjana said that she was waiting for her friends.
1) Anjana said, "I have been waiting for my friends"

2) Anjana said, "I had been waiting for my friends"

3) Anjana said, "I waiting for my friends"

4) Anjana said, "I am waiting for my friends"

 33. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. Prabhu said that he was not going to college.
1) Prabhu said, "He was not going to college"

2) Prabhu said, "I am not going to college"

3) Prabhu said, "I will not go to college"

4) Prabhu said, "He had not gone to college"

34. Rewrite the sentence in direct speech. She said that she would be playing with her kids.
1) She said, "I have played with my kids"

2) She said, "I will play with my kids"

3) She said, "I played with my kids"

4) She said, "I will be playing with my kids"

35. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Sunder said, "I will go to my sister's house today."
1) Sunder said that he went to his sister's house that day
2) Sunder said that he has to go to his sister's house that day
3) Sunder said that he goes to his sister's house that day
4) Sunder said that he would go to his sister's house that day
 36. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Siva said, "I have read the novel Pride and Prejudice."
1) Siva said that he have read the novel Pride and Prejudice
2) Siva said that he reads the novel Pride and Prejudice
3) Siva said that he had read the novel Pride and Prejudice
4) Siva said that he read the novel Pride and Prejudice

37. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Kumar said, "I am unwell."
1) Kumar said that he had been unwell

2) Kumar said that he is unwell

3) Kumar said that he has been unwell

4) Kumar said that he was unwell

 38. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Prabha said to Prabhu, "Prem was playing cards."
1) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem had been playing cards

2) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem has been playing cards

3) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem playing cards

4) Prabha told Prabhu that Prem plays cards

39. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Suresh said to me, "I have been dancing for two hours".
1) Suresh told me that he has been dancing for two hours
2) Suresh told me that he had been dancing for two hours
3) Suresh told me that he is dancing for two hours
4) Suresh told me that he was dancing for two hours

40. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Nisha said to Sunil, "I will not be going for the class."
1) Nisha told Sunil that she will not have gone for the class
2) Nisha told Sunil that she does not go for the class
3) Nisha told Sunil that she would not be going for the class
4) Nisha told Sunil that she had not been going for the class

 41. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Rahim said, "I will have completed my project."
1) Rahim said that he would complete his project

2) Rahim said that he would have completed his project

3) Rahim said that he had completed his project

4) Rahim said that he has completed his project

 42. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. "Call the first witness," said the judge. 
1) The judge commands to call the first witness

2) The judge pleaded to call the first witness

3) The judge commanded to called the first witness

4) The judge commanded to call the first witness

43. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. "Where do you live?", said the stranger.
1) The stranger enquired where I lived

2) The stranger enquires where I lived

3) The stranger enquired where I had been living

4) The stranger enquires where I have been living

​​​​​​​44. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Vasanth said to Praveen, "I have eaten three apples."
1) Vasanth told Praveen that he ate three apples

2) Vasanth told Praveen that he has eaten three apples

3) Vasanth told Praveen that he had eaten three apples

4) Vasanth told Praveen that he eats three apples

 45. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Anbu said to Suresh, "Priya is playing in the garden."
1) Anbu told Suresh that Priya was playing in the garden
2) Anbu told Suresh that Priya played in the garden
3) Anbu told Suresh that Priya plays in the garden
4) Anbu told Suresh that Priya play in the garden

 46. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. Anitha said, "I've been learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months."
1) Anitha said that she had been learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months
2) Anitha said that she has been learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months
3) Anitha said that she is learning Bharatanatyam for the past six months
4) Anitha said that she learnt Bharatanatyam for the past six months

 47. Rewrite the sentence in indirect speech. He said to him, "Is not your name Krishna?"
1) He inquired him whether his name was not Krishna
2) He inquired him whether my name was not Krishna
3) He inquires him whether his name was not Krishna
4) He inquired him whether his name is not Krishna

 48. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The flute is being played by Shankar.
1) Shankar was playing the flute

2) Shankar is playing the flute

3) Shankar has been playing the flute

4) Shankar playing the flute

49. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The telephone had been invented by Graham Bell.
1) Graham Bell should have invented the telephone

2) Graham Bell has invented the telephone

3) Graham Bell had invented the telephone

4) Graham Bell invented the telephone

 50. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. A children's story is written by Amith.
1) Amith has written a children's story

2) Amith wrote a children's story

3) Amith writes a children's story

4) Amith had written a children's story

Answer Key : 

1.(C) 2.(B) 3.(B) 4.(C) 5.(A) 6.(B) 7.(D) 8.(A) 9.(A) 10.(D) 11.(A) 12.(C) 13.(A) 14.(C) 15.(D) 16.(B) 17.(D) 8.(D) 19.(C) 20.(D) 21.(A) 22.(D) 23.(C) 24.(C) 25.(C) 26.(A) 27.(A) 28.(A) 29.(A) 30.(D) 31.(B) 32.(D) 33.(B) 34.(D) 35.(D) 36.(C) 37.(D) 38.(A) 39.(B) 40.(C) 41.(B) 42.(D) 43.(A) 44.(C) 45.(A) 46.(A) 47.(A) 48.(B) 49.(C) 50.(C)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-II (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-II

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

51. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The books exhibition had been opened by the Governor.
1) The Governor had opened the books exhibition

2) The Governor has opened the books exhibition

3) The Governor opened the books exhibition

4) The Governor opens the books exhibition

  52. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. A gift was given to me by my friend.
1) My friend had given me a gift

2) My friend has given me a gift

3) My friend gave me a gift

4) My friend gives me a gift

53. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. Our house was built by my father.
1) My father had built our house

2) My father builds our house

3) My father has built our house

4) My father built our house

 54. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. This letter was written by Mr. Kumar.
1) Mr. Kumar had written this letter

2) Mr. Kumar writes this letter

3) Mr. Kumar has written this letter

4) Mr. Kumar wrote this letter

55. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. The room is being swept by the sweeper.
1) The sweeper is sweeping the room

2) The sweeper swept the room

3) The sweeper sweeps the room

4) The sweeper has been sweeping the room

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 56. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. By whom was this work done?
1) Who had done this work?

2) Who did this work?

3) Who has done this work?

4) Who does this work?

 57. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. A few bags were bought by me.
1) I had bought a few bags

2) I have bought a few bags

3) I bought a few bags

4) I buy a few bags

 58. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. This picture had been drawn by me.
1) I had drawn this picture

2) I have drawn this picture

3) I drew this picture

4) I drawn this picture

 59. Rewrite the sentence in active voice. He was taken to the hospital by his friends.
1) His friends had taken him to the hospital

2) His friends have taken him to the hospital

3) His friends take him to the hospital

4) His friends took him to the hospital

 60. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. I have written this essay.
1) This essay had been written by me

2) This essay is written by me

3) This essay has been written by me

4) This essay was written by me

61. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Sumanth was reading a book.
1) A book was being read by Sumanth

2) A book is being read by Sumanth

3) A book is read by Sumanth

4) A book has been read by Sumanth

 62. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. When Ram arrived home, police arrested him.
1) When Ram arrived home, he had been arrested by police
2) When Ram arrived home, he is arrested by police
3) When Ram arrived home, he was arrested by police
4) When Ram arrived home, he was being arrested by police

 63. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. The gardener was watering the plants.
1) The plants is being watered by the gardener

2) The plants are being watered by the gardener

3) The plants watered by the gardener

4) The plants were being watered by the gardener

 64. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Were you washing the clothes?
1) Was the clothes being washed by you?

2) Were the clothes being washed by you?

3) Is the clothes being washed by you?

4) Has the clothes being washed by you?

65. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. My elder brother is playing cricket.
1) Cricket was being played by my elder brother

2) Cricket is being played by my elder brother

3) Cricket has been played by my elder brother

4) Cricket had been played by my elder brother

 66. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Who broke this beautiful glass?
1) By whom has this beautiful glass been broken?

2) By whom is this beautiful glass broken?

3) By whom was this beautiful glass broken?

4) By whom had this beautiful glass been broken?

67. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. We won the cricket match.
1) The cricket match was won by us

2) The cricket match is won by us

3) The cricket match win by us

4) The cricket match had been won by us

 68. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Mohan was driving a car.
1) A car is being driven by Mohan

2) A car was being driven by Mohan

3) A car has been driven by Mohan

4) A car had been driven by Mohan

 69. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Sanjay sells tea.
1) Tea had been sold by Sanjay

2) Tea has been sold by Sanjay

3) Tea was sold by Sanjay

4) Tea is sold by Sanjay

 70. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. My sister has painted this wall.
1) This wall has been painted by my sister

2) This wall have been painted by my sister

3) This wall was painted by my sister

4) This wall is painted by my sister

 71. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. Did he call you?
1) Were you called by him?

2) Are you called by him?

3) Did you called by him?

4) Have you been called by him?

 72. Rewrite the sentence in passive voice. The boy is climbing the cliff.
1) The cliff have been climbed by the boy

2) The cliff was being climbed by the boy

3) The cliff is being climbed by the boy

4) The cliff had been climbed by the boy

 73. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Cut to the chase"
1) To start talking about the important aspects of something

2) To conclude from obvious fact

3) To clean solid lines

4) To be evil tempered

 74. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Be in the same boat"
1) To ask someone to travel on the same boat

2) To be in the same difficult situation

3) Willing to do something immediately

4) To force an issue that has already ended

75. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. “Let the grass grow under one’s feet”
1) To accept responsibility

2) To engage in a project

3) To remain idle

4) To grow grass at home

 76. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "To pick holes"
1) To lose courage

2) To be afraid to die

3) To find the weak points in something

4) To articulate clearly

 77. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Let sleeping dogs lie"
1) To get someone drunk

2) A fair competition where no side has an advantage

3) To make a dog to sleep

4) To avoid restarting a conflict

78. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Flog a dead horse"
1) To bear the brunt of

2) To beat a dead horse

3) To be evil tempered

4) To waste your effort by trying to do something that is no longer possible

 79. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Run out of steam"
1) To run out of an engine

2) To lose enthusiasm and stop doing something

3) To run the engine by steam

4) A very loud and noisy rain storm

  80. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Smell a rat"
1) To show signs of cowardice

2) To smell the presence of a rat

3) To suspect that something is wrong about a situation

4) To become polite

 81. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "Take exception to"
1) To object strongly

2) To enjoy the given freedom

3) To make a promise

4) To comply with a rule

 82. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given below. "High on the hog"
1) To go to bed or go to sleep

2) To study for a test

3) To live in a luxurious or costly way

4) To have something secured

 83. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "One who studies human antiquities"
1) Apologist

2) Anthropologist

3) Archaeologist

4) Entomologist

 84. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "Difficult or impossible to reach or to get"
1) Illegible

2) Inevitable

3) Inaudible

4) Inaccessible

 85. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "A person or animal that eats all kinds of food"
1) Omnivorous

2) Herbivorous

3) Insectivorous

4) Carnivorous

 86. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "A speech or piece of writing praising somebody"
1) Angiology

2) Etymology

3) Eulogy

4) Arcology

 87. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "The rule by nobles" 
1) Monarchy

2) Aristocracy

3) Republic

4) Autocracy

88. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "To express your thoughts clearly in words"
1) Articulate

2) Archive

3) Ambivalent

4) Equivocal

89. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "Being afraid of water or being near water"
1) Xenophobia

2) Autophobia

3) Monophobia

4) Aquaphobia

  90. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "A place where ships load and unload goods"
1) Port

2) Terminal

3) Coach

4) Hangar

 91. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "The scientific study of the mind"
1) Philology

2) Psychology

3) Sociology

4) Anthropology

 92. Choose from the four options, the word that best defines/substitutes the given phrase. "One who does not believe in God"
1) Devotee

2) Theist

3) Atheist

4) Anarchist

93. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) In 1962, Eunice Kennedy Shriver the sister of President John F. Kennedy, started a summer camp for kids. (P) Similar camps were funded across the United States and Canada (Q) The camp, called
Camp Shriver (R) Camp Shriver became a yearly occurrence, and, with support from the Joseph Kennedy Jr. Foundation (S) Intended to provide a place for these children to play while also promoting the benefits of physical activity (S6) The camps focused on sports and gave out awards for physical achievements.
   

1) SQPR

2) PQSR

3) QSPR

4) PQRS

94. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Once when a lion, the king of the jungle, was asleep, a little mouse began running up and down on him. (P) This soon awakened the lion, who placed his huge paw on the mouse, and opened his big jaws to swallow him (Q) I shall never repeat it and I shall never forget your kindness (R) "Pardon, O King!" cried the little mouse (S) "Forgive me this time and who knows, I may be able to do you a good turn one of these days!” (S6) The lion was so tickled by the idea of the mouse being able to help him that he lifted his paw and let him go.
1) PRQS

2) SQPR

3) QSPR

4) QPRS

95. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or unfair treatment (Q) Affirmative action is a policy (R) That tries to make up for past discrimination (S) Against certain groups of people
1) QRPS

2) SQPR

3) RSPQ

4) SRQP

96. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Canals are waterways (Q) That are built by people (R) Travel, and irrigation (S) And used for shipping, 
1) SQPR

2) RPSQ

3) PQSR

4) RPQS

97. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position ofS1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Two game cocks were fiercely fighting for the mastery of the farmyard. (P) The vanquished cock skulked away and hid himself in a quiet corner (Q) An eagle sailing through the air pounced upon him
and carried him off in his talons (R) One at last put the other to flight (S) While the conqueror, flying up to a high wall, flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might (S6) The vanquished cock immediately came out of his corner, and ruled henceforth with undisputed mastery.

1) RSQP

2) SQPR

3) PSQR

4) RPSQ

98. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) That is closely related to the peach tree (Q) Almonds are commonly called nuts (R) But they are actually seeds (S) And they come from a tree
1) RPSQ

2) QRSP

3) SQPR

4) SQPS

99. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) One hot day, an ant was searching for some water, after walking around for some time, she came to a spring. (P) While making her way up, she slipped and fell into the water (Q) To reach the spring, she had to climb up a blade of grass (R) She could have drowned if a dove up a nearby tree had not seen her (S) Seeing that the ant was in trouble, the dove quickly plucked a leaf and dropped it into the water near the struggling ant (S6) The ant moved towards the leaf and climbed up onto it; and the leaf drifted to dry ground, and the ant jumped out, and she was safe at last. 
1) RSPQ

2) PQSR

3) SQPR

4) QPRS

100. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) An audience (Q) Often in a theatre (R) Acted out before (S) A drama is a type of story
1) QRPS

2) PSQR

3) SRPQ

4) RSPQ

Answer Key : 

 51 .(A)  52 .(C) 53 .(D) 54 .(D) 55 .(A) 56 .(B) 57 .(C) 58 .(A) 59 .(D) 60 .(C) 61 .(A) 62 .(C) 63 .(D) 64 .(B) 65 .(B) 66 .(C) 67 .(A) 68 .(B) 69 .(D) 70 .(A) 71 .(A) 72 .(C) 73 .(A) 74 .(B) 75 .(C) 76 .(C) 77 .(D) 78 .(D) 79 .(B) 80 .(C) 81 .(A) 82 .(C) 83 .(C) 84 .(D) 85 .(A) 86 .(C) 87 .(B) 88 .(A) 89 .(D) 90 .(A) 91 .(B) 92 .(C)93. (C) 94. (A) 95. (A)  96 .(C) 97. (D) 98. (B) 99 (D) 100 .(C)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-III (English language & Comprehension)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-III

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

101. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) People have been eating asparagus (Q) Called garden asparagus (R) As a vegetable since ancient times (S) The vegetable is also
1) PRSQ

2) QPRS

3) SPQR

4) RSQP

102. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) One afternoon, a fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a lofty branch. (P) Taking a few steps back, the fox jumped and just missed the hanging grapes (Q) Finally, giving up, the fox turned up his nose and said, "They're probably sour anyway." (R) Again, the fox took a few paces back and tried to reach them, but still failed (S) "Just the thing to quench my thirst," said the fox (S6) Then he walked away. Join the Best Online Mock Tests For SSC Exams (CGL - 2017 Tier-2, CHSL 2017 & CGL - 2018 Tier-1) Visit mocks.qmaths.in or download QMaths Android Application
1) QSPR

2) PSQR

3) SQPR

4) SPRQ

103. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Here are a few theories as to why a baker’s dozen became 13. (P) Bakers who were found to be cheating their customers by overpricing undersized loaves were subject to strict punishment (Q) There may be fluctuations in rising and baking and air content (R) Even with careful planning, it is difficult to ensure that all of your baked goods come out the same size (S) In medieval England there were laws that related the price of bread to the price of the wheat used to make it (S6) For fear of accidentally coming up short they would throw in a bit extra to ensure that they wouldn’t end up with a surprise flogging later.
1) PQRS

2) PSRQ

3) RQPS

4) SPQR

  104. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or car racing tests (Q) And a car’s power (R) Automobile racing (S) Both a driver’s skill
1) RPSQ

2) QPSR

3) RSPQ

4) SQPR

105. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) Or characters used (Q) Structure of a language (R) Alphabet is a set of graphs (S) To represent the phonemic
1) RPSQ

2) PRSQ

3) SQPR

4) PQRS

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 106. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) A bunny rabbit lived in the forest; he had many friends and he was proud of his friends. (P) He was very scared (Q) He quickly went to his friend deer (R) One day, bunny rabbit heard the loud barking of wild dogs (S) He decided to ask for help (S6) The bunny rabbit said, “Dear friend, some wild dogs are chasing me, can you chase them away with your sharp antlers?”
1) SPQR

2) RPSQ

3) QRPS

4) SPQR

107. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) A geographical area usually (Q) Cartography is the art and science (R) On a flat surface such as a map or chart (S) Of graphically representing
1) PQRS

2) QSPR

3) QPRS

4) SQPR

 108. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) When warm summer (Q) To the cold of winter (R) Autumn is the season (S) Temperatures gradually decrease
1) SRQP

2) RQRS

3) RPSQ

4) PQRS

 109. The following sentence is divided into four parts (P, Q, R and S). Rearrange it in the proper sequence in order to make a meaningful sentence. (P) This was called the abolitionist movement (Q) To slavery began a movement to abolish (R) Or end the practice (S) In the late 1700s people who were opposed
1) PQRS

2) RSQP

3) RPQS

4) SQRP

 110. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Once upon a time, there lived a farmer in a village, beside a forest. (P) When the farmer was a little boy, he spent much of his time playing with the apple tree (Q)Those days, the apple tree had given the choicest of apples to him (R) However, as time passed, the apple tree became old and stopped bearing fruits (S)He had a big garden that had an old apple tree and other plants, trees and beautiful flowers (S6) Now that the farmer was not getting any apples from the tree, he decided that the tree was useless and cut it.
1) PQRS

2) RSPQ

3) QSPR

4) SPQR

 111. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) Every year in July the city of Pamplona in northeastern Spain holds a rollicking weeklong festival. (P) There are an unusually large number of paramedics and ambulances on hand (Q) In the festival,
there will be drinking, parades, dancing, and revelry late into the night (R) That’s because this festival happens to center on a dangerous and world-famous tradition known the running of the bulls (S) To an uninitiated observer, it would all look pretty normal except for one thing (S6) Early in the morning on every day of the festival, about 2,000 people line up to participate in the run.

1) PQRS

2) QSPR

3) PSQR

4) SPQR

112. In the following question, there are six parts marked S1, S6, P, Q, R and S.The position of S1 and S6 are fixed. Some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts and choose the proper sequence from the given options. (S1) I Have a Dream is a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. (P) And one of the most iconic speeches in American history (Q) Which was delivered on August 28, 1963, during the March in Washington (R)
It became one of the defining moments of the civil rights movement (S) The theme of the speech was a call for equality and freedom (S6) Some 250,000 people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., for the march in Washington.

1) SRQP

2) PQRS

3) QSRP

4) SQPR

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138. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Men who has risen (P)/ by their own exertions (Q)/ are always respected. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

139. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. A prince were (P)/ in search of a Sufi master (Q)/ to help him in his mystical journey. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 140. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. We have issued (P)/ a order seeking immediate (Q)/ printing of revised price tag. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 141. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Earth's deserts (P)/ is a land of extremes,(Q) /constantly pushing life to the limit. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

142. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Suresh have never (P)/ encouraged nor (Q)/condoned violence. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 143. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. If you describe someone as a maverick, (P)/ you mean that he is unconventional and independent (Q)/ and do not think or behave in the same way as other people. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 144. In the following question, each sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. King penguins (P)/ are active throughout (Q)/ the long summer days. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

145. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Bharatanatyam will also (P)/ feature in the two-week (Q)/ World Music Festival. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 146. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The government need to adopt (P)/ a multi-year expenditure outlook (Q)/ while preparing the budget. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 147. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Wherever you live, (P)/ there is surely some countryside or coastline (Q)/not too far away that you are proud of. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 148. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Throughout the history, (P)/humans has existed side-by-side (Q)/ with bacteria and viruses. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 149. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Scientists intended (P)/ to reintroduce and conserve grey wolves (Q)/ in their original habitats. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 150. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The scientists found that (P)/ leopards tend to hoist prey (Q)/ that are between half and one-and-a-half times it's own weight. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

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101 .(A)  102 .(D) 103 .(D) 104 .(A) 105 .(A) 106 .(B) 107 .(B)108 C 109 .(D) 110 .(D)  111 .(B) 112 .(C) 113 .(A) 114 .(C) 115 .(B) 116 .(A) 117 .(B) 118 .(A) 119 .(C) 120 .(B) 121 .(D) 122 .(A) 123 .(B) 124 .(D) 125 .(C) 126 .(A) 127 .(A) 128 .(C) 129 .(B) 130 .(D) 131 .(A) 132 .(C)133 .(B) 134 .(D) 135 .(A) 136 .(C) 137 .(B) 138 .(A) 139 .(A) 140 .(B) 141 .(B) 142 .(A) 143 .(C) 144 .(D) 145 .(D) 146 .(A) 147 .(D) 148 .(B) 149 .(D) 150 .(C)

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SSC ASI CPO Exam Paper - 2017 " Paper-2 " VER-10, Part-IV

(English language & Comprehension)

Total Questions - 200
Duration - 2 Hours
Maximum Marks - 200

Date of Examination - 15 Dec 2017

151. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The Kepler Space Telescope, (P)/ launched on 2009, was designed (Q)/to find planets around other stars. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 152. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The place were (P)/Buddha was cremated (Q)/has recently been discovered.(R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 153. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The behaviour of resident spiders (P)/ towards pirate spiders and their own prey (Q)/ are quite different. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 154. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. The consequence of (P)/ his carelessness was (Q)/ that the game was lost. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

155. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Ancient jewellery or decoration (P)/ has a new meaning (Q)/ with the discovery bone ornaments. (R) / No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

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 156. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Tickle is (P)/one of the broadest and deepest (Q)/ subject in science. (R)/ No error (S)
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 157. In the following question, the given sentence has four parts marked P, Q, R and S. Choose the part of sentence with the error and mark as your answer. If there is no error, mark 'No error (S)' as your answer. Can you tell me (P)/ the name of the person (Q)/ whom wrote the book? (R)/ No error (S) 
1) P

2) Q

3) R

4) S

 158. Choose the best synonym of the given word from the options given below. CONGENIAL
1) Cordial

2) Harsh

3) Hateful

4) Unfriendly

 159. Choose the correct synonym of the given word from the options given below.
DEPOSITION
1) Ascent

2) Employment

3) Impeachment

4) Coronation

 160. Choose the best synonym of the given word from the options given below. DISSEMINATE
1) Collect

2) Conceal

3) Hide

4) Disperse

 161. Choose the best antonym of the given word from the options given below. EQUIVALENT
1) Comparable

2) Dissimilar

3) Parallel

4) Identical

 162. Choose the correct antonym of the given word from the options given below.
INUNDATION
1) Flood

2) Torrent

3) Tide

4) Drought

 163. Choose the best antonym of the given word from the options given below.
CONTROVERSY

1) Argument

2) Difference

3) Agreement

4) Quarrel

164. Choose the MISSPELT word.
1) Acheive

2) Apparently

3) Beginning

4) Business

165. Choose the MISSPELT word.
1) Perseverance

2) Possession

3) Reference

4) Restarant

166. Choose the MISSPELT word.
1) Abundance

2) Acclaim

3) Absense

4) Advertisement

 167. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. Students are not expected to leave without _________.
1) Tolerance

2) Indulgence

3) Permission

4) Freedom

 168. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. I always arrive to class twenty minutes ______ so that I have time to prepare.
1) Late

2) Early

3) Later

4) Behind time

 169. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. Making pies and cakes ____ Mrs. Kumar's speciality.
1) Have

2) Is

3) Has

4) Are being

 170. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. Laxmi's sons are the most _________ thing in her life.
1) Importancy

2) Importance

3) Importantly

4) Important

171. Complete the sentence with the most appropriate word. A ________ man is certain to be prosperous.
1) Diligent

2) Inactive

3) Indolent

4) Lethargic

 172. Find the word closest in the meaning to "Pensive".
1) Ignorant

2) Negligent

3) Thoughtful

4) Shallow

 173. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word which will suit the context of the sentence. I don’t have much energy these days. After a short stroll, I am quite ______.
1) Relieved

2) Eager

3) Uplifted

4) Exhausted

174. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word which will suit the context of the sentence. Sanjay found the unchanging rhythm of the musical piece to be annoyingly ______.
1) Irreverent

2) Recusant

3) Monotonous

4) Coherent

 175. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word which will suit the context of the sentence. I work very __________ and am decisive and accurate in my judgement.
1) Anxious

2) Elaborate

3) Efficiently

4) Precise

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