एसएससी सीजीएल टियर -1 परीक्षा 2017 के लिए विगत वर्ष की अंग्रेजी की प्रश्नोतरी

Previous Years English Questions for SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam 2017

प्रिय छात्र, SSC Exams का अंग्रेजी अनुभाग बहुत ही चुनौतीपूर्ण होता है. आपको अधिकतम अंक प्राप्त करने के लिए grammar rules, vocabulary और mock tests का अभ्यास करने की आवश्यकता है. आज, इस English quiz में हम antonyms, synonyms, error detection आदि पर आधारित प्रश्न प्रदान कर रहे हैं. इस प्रश्नोत्तरी का प्रयास करें, बेहतर सीखें और SSC CGL 2017 Exam के लिए तैयार रहें.

Directions (1-5): A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it. 

Of the many changes that have taken place thanks to liberalization, a major one is that today's youngsters are earning more than ever before. In some cases, they draw even fatter salaries than their parents. But are they blowing it up or sensibly saving it? Though some tend to splurge there are many who have started saving. Some of them go in for mutual funds and tax saving bonds. Some even go in for investments which give them tax breaks – insurance, home loans, mutual fund savings schemes. In fact, the average age of a person taking a housing loan has come down from 41 to 28 in the last five years. Now, where do they get their investment advice from? Some feel it’s a combination of friends, family, broker – advisors, the media and the net.

Q1. Liberalisation has enabled our youngsters to:
(a) Be paid more
(b) Work hard
(c) Blow up money
(d) spend their money

Q2. 'Blowing it up' means:
(a) Spending extravagantly
(b) Exaggerating
(c) Spending on smoking
(d) Donating liberally

Q3. The average age of a person taking housing loan has come down because he:
(a) Gets fat salaries even at a young age.
(b) Has wealthy parents.
(c) Goes in for mutual funds.
(d) Buys lottery tickets.

Q4. Which of the following is 'False'?
The investment that give people tax breaks are:
(a) Mutual funds
(b) Home loans
(c) Savings scheme
(d) Purchasing jewellery

Q5. Which of the following is true'?
(a) The youngsters today spend all the money they get
(b) All the youngsters save all the money they get
(c) Many youngsters save all the money they get
(d) A few youngsters spend more while some save


Directions (6-10): A sentence/a part of the sentence is bold. Four alternatives are given to the bold part which will improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative and click the button corresponding to it. In case no improvement is needed, click the button corresponding to "No improvement".

Q6. The more they earn, more they spend
(a) The more they earn, the more they spend
(b) More they earn, the more they spend
(c) More they earn, more they spend
(d) No improvement

Q7. You will not succeed unless you don't work hard. 
(a) will not work hard
(b) should work hard
(c) work hard
(d) No improvement

Q8. Really speaking, no man is perfect
(a) Strictly
(b) slightly
(c) vaguely
(d) No improvement

Q9. Mankind does not know this.
(a) do
(b) had
(c) is
(d) No improvement

Q10. Practically every part of the coconut tree is used by man.
(a) each
(b) most
(c) any
(d) No improvement


Directions (11-15): A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.
Dyslexia is a perceptual disorder often occurring in persons of normal, or even above average intelligence. The reader is unable to perceive correctly what is on a page. Letters and numbers often appear reversed: "b" seems to be "d", "quite" is "quiet" and "from" is "form". The reader tends to leave out letters or words or insert words or letters that are not there. Vowel and consonant sounds may be confused. Many dyslexics are left–handed or able to write with either hand. They often confuse left and right. Learning to speak may also be delayed beyond infancy. The condition seems to be inherited. It may persist into adulthood. However, with early recognition and specialized approaches to teaching reading, most dyslexics can learn to read.

Some researchers believe that latent dyslexia may be aggravated by the way reading is taught. The modern whole–word, or look–and–say, method seems to be more of a hindrance to learning for dyslexics than it is for ordinary pupils. The phonetic method of teaching students to learn letters and sound them out appears to achieve better reading results. The problem of words that cannot be sounded out such as rough, laugh or through– is not solved by phonetics. These words must simply be memorized. However, for children with dyslexia the problem can be compounded by the failure of parents or teachers to recognize the condition. This can easily lead to emotional problems for dyslexic children, who cannot understand their failure to keep up with their classmates.

Q11. Dyslexia, often occurring in persons of normal, or even above average intelligence, is a __________.
(a) Conceptual disorder
(b) Pathological disease
(c) Perceptive disorder
(d) Perceptual disorder

Q12. In Dyslexia, letters and figures often appear __________.
(a) Inverted
(b) Blurred
(c) Reversed
(d) Clustered

Q13. People suffering from dyslexia are often ___________.
(a) right handed
(b) far sighted
(c) ambidextrous
(d) only left handed

Q14. Dyslexia may ___________.
(a) be noticed during infancy
(b) last till childhood
(c) persist into adulthood
(d) end when one goes to school

Q15. The problem of perception can be compounded by the failure of parents and teachers to
(a) provide treatment
(b) recognize the condition
(c) correct the child at infancy
(d) understand the child



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