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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