SSC CPO Mock Test (Eng Comp) 6


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QUESTION: 1

Find the antonym of ADVANCE

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QUESTION: 2

Find the Antonym of MARGINAL

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QUESTION: 3

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 4
Find the Antonym of FRUGAL
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QUESTION: 5
Find the antonym of WHOLESOME
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QUESTION: 6
Choose the correctly spelt word.
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QUESTION: 7
Choose the correctly spelt word.
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QUESTION: 8
Find the Antonym of MORTAL
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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 soldiers were instructed to.....restraint and handle the situation peacefully
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QUESTION: 12
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
It is difficult to believe what he tells us because his account of any event is always full of......of all sorts.
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QUESTION: 13
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
There being no evidence against him, he was acquitted ........ the charge.
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QUESTION: 14
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
..........an accident, the train will arrive in time.
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QUESTION: 15
Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
Man cannot live ........ bread alone.
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QUESTION: 16
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
One who is fond of fighting
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QUESTION: 17
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
One who does not marry, especially as a religious obligation.
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QUESTION: 18
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
One who uses fear as a weapon of power
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QUESTION: 19
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences :
A low-area storm with high winds rotating about a center of low atmospheric pressure
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QUESTION: 20
Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
An office or post with no work but high pay
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QUESTION: 21
Spot the error.
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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.
Solution: 'pieces by' instead of piece by a
QUESTION: 26
Find the Synonym of EXCLUSIVE
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QUESTION: 27
Find the synonym of REBATE
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QUESTION: 28
Find the synonym of Whit
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QUESTION: 29
Find the synonym of ALIEN.
Solution: akin, familiar and usual are antonym of alien
QUESTION: 30
Find the synonym of ADDICTION
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QUESTION: 31

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

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QUESTION: 32

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

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QUESTION: 33

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

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QUESTION: 34

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

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QUESTION: 35

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

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QUESTION: 36

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

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QUESTION: 37

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

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QUESTION: 38

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

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QUESTION: 39

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

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QUESTION: 40

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 is

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QUESTION: 41

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. He is a plain, simple and sincere man. He will always CALL A SPADE A SPADE.

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QUESTION: 42

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. She rejected his proposal of marriage POINT-BLANK.

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QUESTION: 43

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. We should guard against our GREEN - EYED friends.

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QUESTION: 44

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. At a party, he is always IN HIGH SPIRITS

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QUESTION: 45

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. Rahul fought TOOTH AND NAIL to save his company.

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QUESTION: 46

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

Q. As John dived off the spring board, he was horrified to see that the water WAS DRAINED FROM the pool the night before.

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QUESTION: 47

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

Q. The train will leave at 8..30 p.m., we HAVE BEEN ready by 7.30 p.m. so that we can reach the station in time.

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QUESTION: 48

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

Q. Because of the patient's ill health, LOSING WEIGHT WAS ADVISED HIM BY THE DOCTOR.

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QUESTION: 49

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

Q. They ARE WAITING for her since morning.

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QUESTION: 50

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

Q. He SENT A WORD to me that he would be coming late.

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