SSC CHSL English Questions And Answers Asked – Prepare Now

SSC CHSL English Questions And Answers Asked – 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. So guys, be calm and read the below questions as the paper level is easy than SSC CGL.

SSC CHSL English Questions And Answers Asked

Direction(1-3): In the following question, some parts of the sentence have error and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. the number of that part is your answer .If a sentence is free from an error then answer is (4). No error

1. I (1) / came to school (2)/ at the same usual time. (3) / No error (4)

2. The company is using (1)/ influence to persuade people (2) / to buy its refrigerator. (3)/ No error (4)

3. The technician reminded them (1) / to have a throughly cleaning of the machine (2) / after each use. / No error (4)

Direction(4-5): 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.

4. Our rich culture inspires us to take…… in our heritage.

(1). Prided

(2). proudly

(3). pride

(4). proud

5.  The car broke down and we……….get a text.

(1). were to

(2). are to

(3). had to

(4). have to

Direction(6-7):  In the following question, the first and the last part of the sentence/passage 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 out which out of the four combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer.

6. 1. India is rapidly coming under the influence of western culture.

P.  Earlier India had its own moral and social values.

Q. This change can be seen in our education system, marriages, food habits and daily routine

R.  But today they have changed enormously.

S.  The effect of westernization is visible everywhere in India.

6.  It may be harmful to forget our culture and values completely.

(1). QSRP

(2). PQSR

(3). SPRQ

(4). PSRQ

7. 1. Katherine Mansfield was born in Wellington, New Zealand.

P.  In 1908 she went back to the London which she felt to be her spiritual home.

Q. She was sent to Queen’s College School, London in her fifteenth year to ‘finish’ her education.

R. She remained there for four years.

S. Soon after returning to New Zealand, she became dissatisfied.

6. She hoped to make a literary career there.

(1). QRSP

(2). RSQP

(3). PQRS

(4). PSRQ

Direction(8): In the following question, out of the four alternative, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given words as your answer.

8. Brisk

(1). Quick

(2). Bright

(3). Puzzled

(4). Active

Direction(9-10): In the following question, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word as your answer.

9. Inquisitive

(1). Intrusive

(2). Co-operative

(3). Unsympathetic

(4). Indifferent

10. Dilate

(1). Frustrate

(2). Contrast

(3). Expand

(4). Rotate

Direction(11-12): In the following question, four alternatives are given for the Idiom / Phrase in Bold In the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom / Phrase as your answer.

11. at the eleventh hour

(1). at a late stage

(2). at the beginning

(3). at 11 o’çlock

(4). at an early stage

12. A shot in the dark

(1). to love  to go out on adventures.

(2). be able to work very quickly

(3). be very violent

(4). an attempt to guess something

Direction(13-14): In the following question, a part of the sentence is printed in bold.  Below are given alternatives to the bold part at (1), (2), (3) which may improve the sentence. choose the correct alternative. In case mo Improvement is needed, your answer is(4).

13. am working here from 2008.

(1). have been working here since.

(2). have worked here from

(3). have been working here from

(4). No Improvement

14. Myself Rajesh Mehta.

(1). Myselves

(2). Myself is

(3). I am

(4). No Improvement

Direction(15-17): In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active / Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested . select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive / Active Voice.

15. Who tore the curtains yesterday ?

(1). By whom were the curtains teared yesterday ?

(2). By whom were the curtains torn yesterday ?

(3). By whom are the curtains torn yesterday ?

(4). By whom were the curtains tore yesterday ?

16. Shut the door.

(1). Let the door be shut.

(2). Let the door be shut.

(3). Let door be shut by you.

(4). Let the door be shutted.

17. Rajesh could not completed his paper because he had a headache.

(1). Rajesh’s paper would not be completed because he had a headache.

(2). The paper could not be completed by Rajesh because he had a headache.

(3). The paper of Rajesh could not be completed by him because he had a headache.

(4). Rajesh’s paper could not be completed because he had a headache.

Direction(18-19): In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words / sentence.

18.  Group of people living together in the same locality.

(1). Neighboured

(2). Crowd

(3). Community

(4). Public

19. The height of an object above sea level.

(1). Altitude

(2). Certitude

(3). Latitude

(4). Longitude

Direction(20): In the following question, there are four different words out of which one is correctly spelt.   Find the correctly spelt word.

20.  (1). Duration

(2). Dustor

(3). Electricity

(4). Economist

Direction(21-25): In these question, you have a brief passage with 5 question. read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the alternatives.

Vacations were once the prerogative of the privilged few, even as late as the nineteenth century. Now they are considered the right of all, except for such unfortunate masses as in China, for whom life, except for sleep and brief periods of rest, is uninterrupted toil. They  are more necessary now than before because the average life is well rounded and has become increasingly departmentalised. The idea of vacations, as we conceive it must be incomprehensible to primitive peoples. Rest of some kind has of course always been a part of the rhythm of human life. but earlier ages did not find it necessary to organise it in the way that man has done. Holidays, feast days, were sufficient. With modern man’s increasing tension. with the useless quality of so much of his work, this break in the year’s routine became steadily more necessary. Vacations became necessary for the purpose of renewal and repair.

21. The author’s man purpose in this passage is to—–

(1). Explore the history of vacations

(2). Tell why vacations have become more common

(3). Contrast holidays and festive occasions with vacations

(4). Demonstrate that vacations are not really necesasry

22. According to the passage, we need vacations now moe than ever because we have—-

(1). A more carefree nature

(2). Much more free time

(3). Little diversity in our work

(4). A higher standard of living

23. It is implied in the passage that our lives are —–

(1). Habitual

(2). Patriotic

(3). Varied

(4). Independent

24. As used in the passage the word ‘prerogative’ (line1) most nearby means—-

(1). Habit

(2). Privilege

(3). Request

(4). Hope

25. The contemporary attitude to wards vacations is best expressed by which of the following proverbs ?

(1). A penny saved in penny earned

(2). The devil finds work for idle hands

(3). All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

(4). Many hands make light work

Answer and Explanation

1. (3).  Usual means normal: that happens or is done most of the time or in most cases. So, at the same time / at the usual time will be use.

2. (4).

3. (2). here  adjective like to have through cleaning will be use.

4. (3). Pride ( a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction that you get).

ex (i). I take a pride in my work

(ii).success in sports is a source of national pride.

5. (3).

6. (3).

7. (1).

8. (1). brisk (quick, busy, practical and confident)

9. (4). Inquisitive जिज्ञासु ( asking too many questions and trying to find out about what other people are doing etc; curious)

Indifferent उदासीन, विरक्त ( having or showing no interest in somebody / something).

ex- (i). Don’t be inquisitive. It is none of your business.

(ii). The government cannot afford to be indifferent to public opinion.

10. (2). dilate फेलना, बढना, बढ़ाना, फेलाना (to become or make something larger, wider of more open, expand).

contract सिकुड़ना, संकुचित होना ( to become less or smaller).

ex- (i). her eyes dilated with fear.

(ii). Glass contracts as it cools.

11. (1). At the eleventh hour ( at the last possible moment; just in time;).

Someone saved her at the eleventh hour, when she was in danger.

12. (4). A shot / stab in the dark अँधेरे में तीर चलाना ( a guess, something you do without knowing what the result be).

The figure he came up with was really just a shot in the dark.

13. (1). यहा कार्य भूतकाल से वर्तमान कल तक जारी  ह! so, present perfect continuous will be use.

14. (3). here I am will use. because myself does not use as subject.

15. (2). By whom + was/were + subject + V3

16. (2).  Let + object + be + V3.

17. (2). Sub. +  could not be + V+ by + object

18, (1).

19. (1).

20. (1).

21. (1).

22. (1).

23. (3).

24. (2).

25. (3).

All the best for your upcoming exam!

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