Important English Questions for SSC CGL Tier-II 2017
Dear Students, English section of all SSC Exams is very challenging. You need to mug up all the grammar rules, vocabulary and practice a lot of mock tests to score maximum marks. Today, in this English quiz we are providing questions based on Reading Comprehension and One Word Substitutions. Attempt this quiz, learn better and be prepared for the SSC CGL 2017 Exam.
Directions (1-5): Choose the option which is the antonym of the word mentioned in the question.
(c) cook eggs
Direction (6-15): In each of the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
Q6. He spent a long time cutting all the waste paper into pieces.
Q7. We are looking forward to a good winter this year.
Q8. Rajesh was a hater of learning and knowledge.
Q9. Ravi impressed everyone with his persuasive and fluent speech.
Q10. The bus has to go back and forth every six hours.
Q11. A man can be sentenced to death for killing another human being.
Q12. A careful preservation and protection of wildlife is the need of the hour.
Q13. The officer was not willing to take a definite stand on that point.
Q14. He does unpaid work for the Red Cross.
Q15. The advertisement assured the public that the medicine would give back to the users, their youthful vigour and appearance.
Sol. Organize and scramble are antonyms.
Sol. plebeian -a commoner.
Sol. Ostensible -stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.
Sol. haughty-arrogantly superior and disdainful.
Sol. Irrevocable-not able to be changed, reversed, or recovered; final, alterable-capable of being readily changed
Sol. shredding-tear or cut into shreds.
Sol. Hoping is correct word.
Sol. misologist-Hatred of reason, argument, or enlightenment.
Sol. eloquence-fluent or persuasive speaking or writing.
Sol. shuttle -a form of transport that travels regularly between two places.
Sol. homicide-the killing of one person by another.
Sol. Conservation -the action of conserving something, in particular:
Sol. evasive-tending to avoid commitment or self-revelation, especially by responding only indirectly.
Sol. honorary-(of an office or its holder) unpaid.
Sol. rejuvenate -make (someone or something) look or feel better, younger, or more vital.