SSC CGL TIER 1 EXAM 2017

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SSC CGL TIER 1 EXAM 2017
SSC CGL TIER 1 EXAM 2017

SSC CGL TIER 1 EXAM 2017:-

आज SSCGK आपसे SSC CGL TIER 1 EXAM 2017 के बारे में विस्तार से चर्चा करेंगे।

पिछली पोस्ट में आप व्यंजन संधि की परिभाषा व नियम के बारे में विस्तार से पढ़ चुके हैं।

*English language*

 

Directions:-  In the following questions a part of the sentence may have an error. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select No Error.

 

  1. While he went beside(1)/ with our decisions we were (2)/ never sure he totally agreed (3)/no error.(4)

Ans.-(1)

 

  1. The after morning (1)/she woke to the first Ray of (2) light through the window.(3)/No error.(4)

Ans.-(1)

 

Directions:- In the following questions , a sentence is given with a blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and mark it by selecting the appropriate option.

 

  1. The psychopath gets a………. sense of enjoyment from torturing animals.

(1) perverse

(2) agreeable

(3) happy

(4) reasonable

Ans.-(1)

 

  1. When Jaspal got angry he started to…………. his feelings with his hands.

(1) participate

(2) immolate

(3) intoxicate

(4) gesticulate

Ans.-(4)

 

Directions:- In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the given word.

 

  1. Fossilize

(1) Amalgamate

(2) dissolve

(3) flax

(4) liquefy

Ans.-(1)

 

  1. Depict

(1) conceal

(2) distort

(3) characterize

(4) suppress

Ans.-(3)

 

Directions:- In the following questions out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite, in meaning to the given word.

 

  1. Differ

(1) Alter

(2) Concur

(3) Digress

(4) Vary

Ans.-(2)

 

  1. Salve

(1) Cerate

(2) Liniment

(3) Remedy

(4) Blockage

Ans.-(4)

SSC CGL TIER 1 EXAM 2017:- 

Directions:- In the following questions out of the four alternatives. Select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/ phrase.

 

  1. Gnash your teeth.

(1) express rage

(2) brush your teeth

(3) laugh hysterically

(4) take a big bite

Ans.-(1)

 

  1. Let something slip through one’s fingers.

(1) lose a wedding ring

(2) not be able to understand a difficult concept

(3) let go of certain unpleasant things

(4) to waste an opportunity to achieve something

Ans.-(4)

 

Directions:- Improve the bold part of the sentence if required.

 

  1. 11. What would you like to do it for your birthday.

(1) To do

(2) doing

(3) does

(4) no improvement

Ans.-(1)

 

  1. You must be mistake.

(1) be mistakenly

(2) be mistaken

(3) be mistook

(4) no improvement

Ans.-(2)

 

Directions:- In the following questions out of the four alternative .Select the alternative which is the best substitute for the words/ sentence.

  1. Complete with regard to every detail.

(1) Thorough

(2) lackadaisical

(3) lax

(4) cursory

Ans.-(1)

 

  1. The faculty of power of using one’s will.

(1) antagonism

(2) aversion

(3) rejection

(4) volition

Ans.-(4)

SSC  TIER 1 EXAM 2017:-

Directions:- In the following questions four words are given, out of which one word is correctly spelt. Select the correctly spelt word.

15.

(1) Jukstapose

(2) Jaxtapuse

(3) Juxrapose

(4) Jaxtapose

Ans.-(3)

 

(1) amusemant

(2) ammusement

(3) ammusemant

(4) amusement

Ans.-(4)

 

Directions:- These questions consists of a set of labelled parts of a sentence, out of the given options. Select the most logical order of the parts to form a meaningful sentence.

  1. Evidently it was too
    X.Of a deadly looking cobra or
    Y.Two we saw no reptiles
    Z.Dry for game and with the exception.

(1) YZX

(2) YXZ

(3) XZY

(4) ZXY

Ans.-(4)

  1. .Some of these
    X.Height of more than
    Y.Two thousand feet above the sea
    Z.Rocks rise to the

(1)  YZX

(2)  ZXY

(3)  YXZ

(4)  XZY

Ans.-(2)

 

  1. In the following questions, a sentence has been given in Active/ Passive voice. Out of these four alternative suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive /Active voice.

 

“I will wash the car every Sunday.”

(1) The car is washed by me every Sunday.

(2) Every Sunday buy me the car is to be washed.

(3) Every Sunday by myself the car is to be washed.

(4) The car will be washed by me every Sunday.

Ans.-(4)

 

  1. In the following questions a sentence has been given in Direct /Indirect speech. Out of the four alternative suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in indirect direct speech.

 

The watchman said,”Thief ! Thief!  Catch him!.”

(1) The watchman shouted to the crowd to catch the thief.

(2) The Watchmen shouted to the crowd, thief, thief, catch him.

(3) The Watchmen shouted to the crowd, catch the thief.

(4) The Watchmen shouted to the crowd, thief, catch him.

Ans.-(1)