Cloze Test Quiz For SSC CGL Tier-2 2018

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Practice is the only key to polish one’s preparation and to avoid repeating the mistakes. Either you are preparing for SSC CGL, CHSL, JE or any exam conducted by SSC, English is a very important section. Solving quizzes on daily basis can improve your fluency of understanding this section to the utmost. SSC CGL Tier 2 is is to be held from 17 Feb to 22 Feb 2018. English holding 200 questions in CGL Tier 2 can either make or break your chances of getting your dream job. Today, in this English quiz we are providing Cloze Test Quiz holding captivating weightage in CGL Tier 2 Exam. Attempt this quiz and learn effectively  We wish you good luck for the upcoming Exams.

Directions: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningfully complete.

Our National leaders are still trapped in the slogans and cliches of the freedom struggle. Day in and day out, they extol the (i)__________ of nationalism, patriotism and service to the motherland and (ii)_________on the treat sacrifices made by our leaders in the cause of India’s freedom. Mercifully, we still have (iii)__________ of freedom fighters among us, whose number (iv)___________keeps increasing despite the country having won freedom half a century back. Politicians are (v)__________ to be down-to-earth people, with their finger on the pulse of the masses.

Q1.  
(a) standards 
(b) targets
(c) ideals 
(d) goals

Our National leaders are still trapped in the slogans and cliches of the freedom struggle. Day in and day out, they extol the (i)__________ of nationalism, patriotism and service to the motherland and (ii)_________on the treat sacrifices made by our leaders in the cause of India’s freedom. Mercifully, we still have (iii)-__________ of freedom fighters among us, whose number (iv)___________keeps increasing despite the country having won freedom half a century back. Politicians are (v)__________ to be down-to-earth people, with their finger on the pulse of the masses.

Q2.  
(a) enlarge 
(b) dwell
(c) insist 
(d) expatiate

Our National leaders are still trapped in the slogans and cliches of the freedom struggle. Day in and day out, they extol the (i)__________ of nationalism, patriotism and service to the motherland and (ii)_________on the treat sacrifices made by our leaders in the cause of India’s freedom. Mercifully, we still have (iii)-__________ of freedom fighters among us, whose number (iv)___________keeps increasing despite the country having won freedom half a century back. Politicians are (v)__________ to be down-to-earth people, with their finger on the pulse of the masses.

Q3.  
(a) majority 
(b) groups
(c) tribes 
(d) hordes

Our National leaders are still trapped in the slogans and cliches of the freedom struggle. Day in and day out, they extol the (i)__________ of nationalism, patriotism and service to the motherland and (ii)_________on the treat sacrifices made by our leaders in the cause of India’s freedom. Mercifully, we still have (iii)-__________ of freedom fighters among us, whose number (iv)___________keeps increasing despite the country having won freedom half a century back. Politicians are (v)__________ to be down-to-earth people, with their finger on the pulse of the masses.

Q4.  
(a) steadily 
(b) generally
(c) normal 
(d) periodically

Our National leaders are still trapped in the slogans and cliches of the freedom struggle. Day in and day out, they extol the (i)__________ of nationalism, patriotism and service to the motherland and (ii)_________on the treat sacrifices made by our leaders in the cause of India’s freedom. Mercifully, we still have (iii)-__________ of freedom fighters among us, whose number (iv)___________keeps increasing despite the country having won freedom half a century back. Politicians are (v)__________ to be down-to-earth people, with their finger on the pulse of the masses.

Q5.  
(a) required
(b) supposed
(c) observed
(d) expected

A man can be physically (vi)______ within stone walls and iron bars. His (vii)_______of movement and action may thus be (viii)________But his mind and spirit will (ix)________ remain free. His hopes and (x)_______ideals and ambitions will still remain with him.


Q6.
(a) prevailed       
(b) prevented
(c) confined             
(d) limited

A man can be physically (vi)______ within stone walls and iron bars. His (vii)_______of movement and action may thus be (viii)________But his mind and spirit will (ix)________ remain free. His hopes and (x)_______ideals and ambitions will still remain with him.

Q7. 
(a) want       
(b) freedom
(c) nature         
(d) way

A man can be physically (vi)______ within stone walls and iron bars. His (vii)_______of movement and action may thus be (viii)________But his mind and spirit will (ix)________ remain free. His hopes and (x)_______ideals and ambitions will still remain with him.


Q8.
 (a) rejected       
 (b) adjusted
 (c) prevented         
 (d) restricted

A man can be physically (vi)______ within stone walls and iron bars. His (vii)_______of movement and action may thus be (viii)________But his mind and spirit will (ix)________ remain free. His hopes and (x)_______ideals and ambitions will still remain with him.

Q9.    
(a) seldom             
(b) often
(c) still                     
(d) hardly

A man can be physically (vi)______ within stone walls and iron bars. His (vii)_______of movement and action may thus be (viii)________But his mind and spirit will (ix)________ remain free. His hopes and (x)_______ideals and ambitions will still remain with him.

Q10.   
 (a) aspirations   
 (b) attributes
 (c) achievements
 (d) needs

India is basically a (xi)_____ of rural masses. Seventy-four percent of the people live in villages. When one talks of a village it is not just a (xii)_______ of a few hundred people living together. A village in India used to be an independent socio-economic (xiii)________ based on a decentralized socio-economic system, built not on a (xiv)_______ but a complementary structure. If one studies India’s history of the past two hundred (xv)_________ years, especially when the British first came, one finds the truth of the statement.

Q11. 
(a) group
(b) actually
(c) nation
(d) rich

 India is basically a (xi)_____ of rural masses. Seventy-four percent of the people live in villages. When one talks of a village it is not just a (xii)_______ of a few hundred people living together. A village in India used to be an independent socio-economic (xiii)________ based on a decentralized socio-economic system, built not on a (xiv)_______ but a complementary structure. If one studies India’s history of the past two hundred (xv)_________ years, especially when the British first came, one finds the truth of the statement.

Q12. 
(a) cluster
(b) habitation
(c) combination
(d) sum

India is basically a (xi)_____ of rural masses. Seventy-four percent of the people live in villages. When one talks of a village it is not just a (xii)_______ of a few hundred people living together. A village in India used to be an independent socio-economic (xiii)________ based on a decentralized socio-economic system, built not on a (xiv)_______ but a complementary structure. If one studies India’s history of the past two hundred (xv)_________ years, especially when the British first came, one finds the truth of the statement.

Q13. 
(a) Individuality
(b) contract
(c) habitation
(d) entity

India is basically a (xi)_____ of rural masses. Seventy-four percent of the people live in villages. When one talks of a village it is not just a (xii)_______ of a few hundred people living together. A village in India used to be an independent socio-economic (xiii)________ based on a decentralized socio-economic system, built not on a (xiv)_______ but a complementary structure. If one studies India’s history of the past two hundred (xv)_________ years, especially when the British first came, one finds the truth of the statement.

Q14.
(a) political
(b) competitive
(c) social
(d) co-operative

India is basically a (xi)_____ of rural masses. Seventy-four percent of the people live in villages. When one talks of a village it is not just a (xii)_______ of a few hundred people living together. A village in India used to be an independent socio-economic (xiii)________ based on a decentralized socio-economic system, built not on a (xiv)_______ but a complementary structure. If one studies India’s history of the past two hundred (xv)_________ years, especially when the British first came, one finds the truth of the statement.

Q15.
(a) odd
(b) few
(c) more
(d) sum


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