As the SSC CGL form are out so all of you are now very concerned about your prepration.So Here we will help you in this.We will Conduct Topic wise Quizes on daily basis and will provide study notes also.We will cover each and every section of the syllabus. So keep yourself updated.
In the following quiz We will cover Direct/Indirect speech and Spotting error part.
Q(1-5)Directions: In the questions below the sentences have been given in Direct/Indirect speech. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.
1. He said to his father, “Please increase my pocket-money.”
A. He told his father, “Please increase the pocket-money”
B. He pleaded his father to please increase my pocket money.
C. He requested his father to increase his pocket-money.
D. He asked his father to increase his pocket-money.
2. She said that her brother was getting married.
A. She said, “Her brother is getting married.”
B. She told, “Her brother is getting married.”
C. She said, “My brother is getting married.”
D. She said, “My brother was getting married.”
3. The boy said, “Who dare call you a thief?”
A. The boy enquired who dared call him a thief.
B. The boy asked who called him a thief.
C. The boy told that who dared call him a thief.
D. The boy wondered who dared call a thief.
4. She exclaimed with sorrow that was a very miserable plight.
A. She said with sorrow, “What a pity it is.”
B. She said, “What a mystery it is.”
C. She said, “What a miserable sight it is.”
D. She said, “What a miserable plight it is.”
5. Dhruv said that he was sick and tired of working for that company.
A. Dhruv said, “I am sick and tired of working for this company.”
B. Dhruv said, “He was tired of that company.”
C. Dhruv said to me, “I am sick and tired of working for this company.”
D. Dhruv said, “I will be tired of working for that company.”
Q(6-10)Direcetions:Find out which part of a sentence has an error.
6.Nobody offered to give up(a) /their seat to the lady(b) /holding her child in her arms. (c)/No error(d)
7.He labours (a) /hard lest(b) /he may fail(c)/No error(d)
8.you have(a) /No/excuse(b) /to be late(c)/ No error(d)
9.The flowers smell sweetly(a) /and(b) /are/of great value(c)/No error(d)
10.His all daughters(a) /are ugly so(b) /they cannot be married(c)/ No error(d)
6.(b) ‘His seat’ in place of ‘their seat’. The pronoun for ‘nobody’ is singular, his or her.
7.(c) ‘Should’ in place of ‘may’. ‘ Lest’ is followed by ‘should’.
8.(c) ‘For being late’ in place of ‘to be late’
9.(a) ‘Sweet’ in place of ‘sweetly’. Sweetly is an adverb and an adjective should be used here.
10.(a) ‘All his daughters’ in place of ‘His all daughters’. Here the error is in placement of words.