Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Confusing Sentence Improvement Quiz for SSC CGL - Set 2

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Last week, we started a new series i.e Confusing Sentence Improvements for SSC CGL. In this series, we are providing you the questions on Sentence Improvements that can confuse you during your exam. Attempting questions of this series will make you more confident and will thus help you to score well in SSC CGL. It's the second set of this series. If you haven't attempted the first set, check Confusing Sentence Improvements for SSC CGL - Set 1.

We have also started a series on New One Word Substitutions for SSC CGL. You can check set 1 of this series by Clicking Here .

If you want to participate in our old quizzes on Sentence Improvements and Spotting Error, click on below-given links.
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  5. Spotting Error Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 2015 - Set 1
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  7. Spotting Error Quiz with Solution - Set 20
  8. Spotting Error Quiz with Solution - Set 21
Confusing Sentence Improvements for SSC CGL



Confusing Sentence Improvements for SSC CGL
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  1. It was he, not me who decided to postpone the program.
    (a)he, not I
    (b)him, not me
    (c)he, not mine
    (d)him, not I
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  2. We should realise that the chance of accident may be as great or greater in our homes than in a train or on the road.
    (a)may be at least as great in our homes as
    (b)was at least as great as in homes
    (c)can be as great or greater in our homes than
    (d)may be at least as great or greater in our homes than
    (e) No Improvement is required
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  3. In 1994, the batsman scored thrice as many runs against Australia as that had in 1993.
    (a)than he had
    (b)than he did
    (c)as he had
    (d)as he did
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  4. Primitive man believing that a crime created an imbalance which could be rectified only by punishing the wrongdoer.
    (a)believes that a crime created
    (b)believed that a crime created
    (c)believed that a criminal created
    (d)believed that a crime creates
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  5. Most of the boys and girls like to see these kind of movies
    (a)this kind of movies
    (b)these kind of movies
    (c)these kinds of movies
    (d)this kind of movie
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  6. There is no need of being anxious about him ; he knowns his target and will certainly achieve it.
    (a)for being anxious of him
    (b)to be anxious about him
    (c)for being anxious about him
    (d)to feeling his anxiety
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  7. The success of of a captain depends upon the tact in which he is able to get the best out of his team members.
    (a)that makes him enabled
    (b)in which he enables
    (c)with which he is able
    (d)in which he has been able
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  8. On seeing him breathe with difficulty, I asked him since how long he had been ailing
    (a)how long he had been ailing for
    (b)how long he had been ailing
    (c)since how long he was ailing
    (d)since when he ailed
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  9. Of the two brothers, I think the oldest one is the taller
    (a)the eldest one is the taller
    (b)the elder one is the taller
    (c)the older one is the taller
    (d)the oldest one is the taller
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  10. The editor cut up all the long words from his article and made the text easier.
    (a)cut up some of the
    (b)cut across all the
    (c)cut out all the
    (d)cut back all
    View Answer

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