English Question And Answer Asked In SSC CHSL Exam – Prepare Now

English Question and Answer Asked in SSC CHSL – Prepare Now

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Prepare the English by practising the below questions and answer for SSC CHSL. SSC CHSL is 12th standard level exam. 25 question are asked from the english section in SSC CHSL exam. So guys, be calm and read the below questions as the paper level is easy than SSC CGL.

SSC CHSL English Question And Answer

Direction(1-2): In the following question, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate words, Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four as your answer.

1.  Solar panels are used to………..satellites.
(A). powerful
(B). power
(C). powerless
(D). powers

2.  His words were………..for the occasion.
(A). Appropriately
(B). Suit
(C). Appropriate
(D). Suitably

Direction(3-4): In the following question, some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. If the sentence if free from error, your answer is No Error.

3. Rakesh founds the newspaper very dull.
(A). Very dull
(B). Rakesh founds
(C). No Error
(D). the newspaper

4. The door should be keep closed.
(A). kept closed
(B). No Error
(C). Should be
(D). Should be

Direction(5-6): In the following question, out of  the four alternatives, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word as your answer.

5. Detest
(A). Injure
(B). Assist
(C). Adore
(D). withold

6. Repel
(A). drag
(B). coax
(C). attract
(D). annoy

Directio(7-8): In the following question, a sentence / part of the sentence is printed in bold. Below are given alternatives to the bold sentence / part of the sentence which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is no error.

7. Ours is a joined family.
(A). joint
(B). jointed
(C). No Improvement
(D). join

8. Be quick otherwise you would miss the train.
(A). otherwise you could have
(B). No Improvement
(C). otherwise you will
(D). otherwise you will have

Direction(9-10): In the following question, the first and the last part of the sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence and find which out of four combination is correct, Then find the correct answer.

9. 1. Earth is the home
P.  to our future
Q. we all share
R. generations as their
S. and would pass on
6. Legacy

10. 1. It was a Friday morning and
P.  the lieutenaut scanned the horizon
Q. Just as the desert haze
R. with his binoculars
S. was cleaning
6. and focused on many enemy tanks.

Direction(11):  In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active / Passive Voice. out of the four alternatives are suggested, Select the one which expresses the same sentence in Passive / Active Voice.

11. Close the door
(A). Let the door be closed
(B). Let the door closed
(C). Let the door is closed
(D). Let the door is being closed

Direction(12-13): In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom / Phrase printed in bold. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom / Phrase.

12. Take the bull by the horns is
(A). to be helpful
(B). to win the battle
(C). to be sensitive
(D). to face a difficulty courageously
13. Sail in the same boat.
(A). Be in the same situation
(B). suspect something underway
(C). suspect something wrong
(D). be in a different situation

Direction(14-15): In the following question, four words are given in each question, out of which is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word as your answer.
14. (A). Jewillery
(B). Jewellery
(C). Jewelery
(D). Jevelry
15.  (A). Diffuse
(B). Difusse
(C). Diffusse
(D). Difuse

Direction(16-17): In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words / sentences.

16. A legal agreement that allows someone to use a building or land for a period of time, usually is return for rent.
(A). Assurance
(B). Deal
(C). Lease
(D). Bond
17. The act of killing one’s own brother or sister.
(A). Homicide
(B). Suicide
(C). Patricide
(D). Fratricide

Direction(18-19): In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresss the meaning of the given word as your answer.

18. Lousy
(A). awesome
(B). awful
(C). aura
(D). awry
19. Crusade
(A). campaign
(B). flattern
(C). critical
(D). angry

Direction(20): In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct / Indirect. Out of the four alternatives suggested, Select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Direct / Indirect.

20. Kumar says, ” It doesn’t rain in January.
(A). Kumar says that it doesn’t rain in January.
(B). Kumar says that it didn’t rain in January.
(C). Kumar said that it doesn’t rain in January.
(D). Kumar said that it didn’t rain in January.

Direction(21-25):  Read the following passage, carefully and choose the best answer to each question of the four alternatives.

Chameleons can make their skin colour change, but not because they decide to. The colour changes to help the chameleon avoid its enemies. It is a form of camouflage, a disguise that lets it blend in with its surroundins. The change is actually determined by environmental factors, such as light and temperature.
Bright sunlight causes the  skin to darken. On cool nights, the colour fades to a creamy colour. The colour also changes when chameleon are excited, angry or afraid.  The colour change is rapid and increase when the chameleon is handled, injured, or approached by another chameleon. There are many types of chameleon. Almost half of them are found on the African Island of Madagascar. The others mostly occur in the Sahara Desert, with few in Western Asia and Southern Europe. Chameleons live in trees, which they usually eat insects. Very large chameleons may even use their stucky tongues to catch birds.

21. A Chameleon’s color changes to help  it.
(A). look beautiful.
(B). attract prey.
(C). avoid its enemies.
(D). fly away.
22.  The colour change is determined by
(A). Light and wind.
(B). Light and pressure.
(C). Pressure and temperature
(D). Light and temperature
23. Chameleons change colour when they are
(A). afraid, excited or angry.
(B). excited, angry or hungry.
(C). angry, excited or happy.
(D). afraid, angry or hungry.
24. Half of the world’s chameleons are found
(A). In the continent of Asia
(B). In the Sahara Desert
(C). On the African Island of Madagascar
(D). On the Asian island of Madagascar
25. The colour changing ability of chameleon is a form of camouflage which is a
(A). disease which affects chameleons.
(B). disguise that lets it blend in with its surroundings.
(C). dance done by chameleons
(D). colour that fades.


1. (B). power(verb) – to supply a machine with energy.

2. (C). here adjective appropriate will be use.

3. (B). Find – Found(past) – found(past paticiple).
found – founded(Past) – Founded( Past Participle).

ex-(i).  I found my pen that I had lost yesterday.

(ii). Arya Samaj was founded bu Dyananda Saraswati.

4. (A). Here kept closed will be used.

Subject+should / would + be +  V3

5. (C).  Detest – (To Hate something very much; loathe).

Adore – ( To Love somebody very much).

ex – (i). They detested each other on sight.

(ii). I simply adore her music.

6. (C). Repel – ( To push, drive, keep something away).

Attract – ( If you are attracted by something, It interests you; arouse interest ).

ex – (i). The reptile ‘s prickly skin repels nearly all of its predators.

(ii). I had always been attracted by the idea of working abroad.

7. (A). Joint – सयुंक्त (Involving two or more people together).

8. (A).  सरचना के अनुसार, यहा( Future Simple आना चाहिए).

9. (B).

10. (C).

11. (A). Let +Subject + be + V3.

12 (D). Take the bull by the horns – (  to face a difficult or dangerous situation directly and with courage).

13. (A). Sail In the Same Boat – To be in the same difficult situation.

14. (B).

15. (A).

16. (C). Lease

17. (D).

18. (B). Lousy – very bad, awful, terrible

19. (A). Crusade – a long and determined effort to achieve something that you believe to be right; compaign.

20. (A). Kumar says that it doesn’t rain in January.

21. (C).

22. (D).

23. (A).

24. (C).

25. (B).

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