SSC CPO Mock Test (Eng Comp) 1


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QUESTION: 1

Find the Antonym of KNOWLEDGE

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QUESTION: 2

Find the antonym of BARBARIANS.

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QUESTION: 3

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 4
Find the Antonym of PATCHY
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QUESTION: 5
Find the antonym of DEFT
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QUESTION: 6
Find the Antonym of MALICIOUS
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QUESTION: 7
Choose the correctly spelt word.
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QUESTION: 8
Choose the correctly spelt word.
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QUESTION: 9
Choose the correctly spelt word.
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QUESTION: 10
Choose the correctly spelt word.
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QUESTION: 11
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
............. the room, the door suddenly swung shut and hit him in the face.
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QUESTION: 12
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
A glue produced by bees to......their hives appears to contain antibiotic substances.
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QUESTION: 13
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
It being an...........issue, it is not correct to introduce questions of morality into the debate.
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QUESTION: 14
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
The driver suddenly applied the brakes when he saw a.......truck ahead of him.
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QUESTION: 15
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
He was an......who was fond of weird pets
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QUESTION: 16
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences :
A long boring speech
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QUESTION: 17
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
A fixed orbit in space in relation to earth.
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QUESTION: 18
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
A person who brings goods illegally into the country
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QUESTION: 19
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences :
Word for word reproduction
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QUESTION: 20
spot the error.
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QUESTION: 21
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.
The act of literary theft
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QUESTION: 22
Spot the error.
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QUESTION: 23

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 24
Spot the error.
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QUESTION: 25
Spot the error.
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QUESTION: 26
Find the synonym of ARID
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QUESTION: 27
Find the synonym of ARCANE
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QUESTION: 28
Find the synonym of MANY
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QUESTION: 29
Find the synonym of OVERLOOKED
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QUESTION: 30
Find the synonym of PERSUASIONS
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QUESTION: 31

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

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QUESTION: 32

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

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QUESTION: 33

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

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QUESTION: 34

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

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QUESTION: 35

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

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QUESTION: 36

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

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QUESTION: 37

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

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QUESTION: 38

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

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QUESTION: 39

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

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QUESTION: 40

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

What are ___B1___ important virtues? I ___B2___ put in the first place the ___B3___ to be virtuous-the good-will towards men that is the foundation of morality. I ___B4___ said that I ___B5___ this as a very common attribute of humanity; if it ___B6___ not, humanity ___B7___ ceased to exist long ago. There is ___B8___ any one in whom it is absolutely lacking. Even the most ___B9___ criminal has a pal or two to whom he ___B10___ well rather than ill. A great number of people wish well to the ___B11___ world; although they are ___B12___ very lax in putting their wishes ___B13___ practice. Anyhow, the good will is there and I regard it as the foundation of morality. Reward and punishment have nothing ___B14___ with it. It is unselfish in that it aims at the happiness of other people rather than oneself, although of course there is a certain pleasure attached to ___B15___ and a certain pain attached to evildoing, unless the natural conscience is absolutely dead-a very rare condition.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 is

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QUESTION: 41

The driver suddenly applied the brakes when he saw a.......truck ahead of him.

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QUESTION: 42

Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q. Feathering one's nest

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QUESTION: 43

Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q. Is apple pie order

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QUESTION: 44

Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q. Removing the cobwebs

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QUESTION: 45

Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q. To be at one's wit's end

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QUESTION: 46

Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q. To be on the horns of a dilemma

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QUESTION: 47

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. Not till he got home HE DID REALISE that he had lost his keys in the theatre.

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QUESTION: 48

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. I complimented him FOR his success in the examination.

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QUESTION: 49

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. What are needed ARE not large houses but small cottages.

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QUESTION: 50

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. She could not help but LAUGH.

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