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21 April 2013

SSC CGL Question Paper Download 2013 English

SSC Combined Graduate Level Question Paper Download 2013 

Questions of SSC CGL TIER 1 : 21 April 2013 SET AA 2013 222 KM 5
 SEE Question no 1 to 21
Directions: In question numbers 151 to 155, some parts the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the oval [] corresponding to the appropriate letter (A, B, C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet.
151. TheUS/ (A)  don’t want/ (B)   India in the Security Council / .(C)  No Error./ (D)

152. The teacher, as well as the students, / (A) have cone on an excursion /  (B)
to  Oooty during their summer vacation. / (C)     /No Error.(D)

153  My sister asked me / (A)    that how long / (B) I would stay there. /   (C)  No Error./ (D)

154 You can eat / (A)               as much as you like / (B)  
at the newly lunch bar. / (C)                  No Error. (D)

155 The cruel lady made / (A)                          her step-daughter to do / (B)
all the household chores. / (C)               No Error./ (D)

Directions: In question numbers 156 to 160, sentences are given with blanks to be filled with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct altem4tive out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate oval 1 in the Answer Sheet

156. _________ the people looked well enough, but when one looked more closely one saw that their faces were filled with despair.
(A) At first observation
(B) On first sight
(C) At first sight
(D) At first looking

157. He was not a man _________ intelligence.
(A) devoid of
(B) absent of
(C) empty of
(D) lacking of

157. He was not a man _________ intelligence.
(A) devoid of
(B) absent of
(C) empty of
(D) lacking of

158. He was assured by his friends _________ every type of help in an emergency.
(A) of
(B) with
(C) about

159. Our monthly expenditure by five hundred rupees when we decided to buy milk from the milkman.
(A) got up
(B) lifted up
(C) grew up
(D) shot up

160. The work __________ , he left his office.
(A) having been completed
(B) on being finished
(C) having been over
(D) having completed

Directions: In question numbers 161 to 163, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

161. Students are asked to collate for an important programme by the principal.
(A) narrate (B) prescribe (C) assemble (D) describe

162. Advocate:
(A) support (B) determine (C) predict (D) pronounce

163. Preamble:
(A) conclusion (B) introduction (C) definition (D) mediation

Directions: En question numbers 164 to 166, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
164. Ambiguous:
(A) clear (B) simple (C) easy (D) plain

165. Accolade:
(A) reticent (B) decorate (C) permeate (D) blame

166. Wary:
(A) daring (B) thrifty (C) rash (D) Conscientious

Directions: En question numbers 167 to 171, four alternatives are given for the Idiom\Phrase underlined. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the ldiom\ Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

167. To play second fiddle.
(A) take a subordinate role (B) to do back seat driving  (C) to be happy, cheerful and healthy (D) to reduce the importance of one’s senior
168. Villagers always call a spade a spade.
(A) to call someone a spade
(B) to speak ifi about someone
(C) to speak about spades
(D) to speak in a straightforward mariner

169. Mary broke a dining-room window and had to
face the music when her father got home.
(A)  ask a lot of questions (B) listen to music (C) accept the punishment (D) listen carefully

170. Why are you jumping down my throat? I wasn’t even in the house when it happened.
(A) scolding me (B) forcing me to eat (C) running away (D) making a joke

171. lam out of my wits and therefore cannot find a way
to solve the problem immediately.
(A)   helpless without power (B) totally ignorant (C) not intelligent enough (D) greatly confused

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