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SSC JHT Previous Year Questions 2019

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Q.21 Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error. If there is no error, select ‘No error’.

There are several ways of increase production from the same piece of land.

Ans

1. No error

2. the same piece of land

3. of increase production from

4. There are several ways

Q.22 Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error. If there is no error, select ‘No error’.

The green expanse which Rita, the chimpanzee played around in her prime days, lies drearily vacant now.

Ans 1.

1.lies drearily vacant now

2. No error

3. The green expanse which Rita, the chimpanzee

4. played around in her prime days

Q.23 Select the most appropriate antonym of the given word. Emancipate

Ans

1. extract

2. extricate

3. enslave

4. elevate

Q.24 Select the option which correctly converts the given sentence into direct speech.

The beggar entreated the lady to let him stay there for a while and refresh himself.

Ans

1. The beggar said to the lady, “Kindly let me stay here for a while and refresh myself.”

2. The beggar said to the lady, “Please let myself stay there for a while and refresh me.”

3. The beggar said to the lady, “I will stay here for a while and refresh myself.”

4. The beggar said to the lady, “Let him stay there for a while to refresh himself.”

Q.25 Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error. If there is no error, select ‘No error’.

A year-long march called ‘Jai Jagat 2020’ carried the message of non-violence, started from Raj Ghat on 2nd October, 2019 to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Ans

1. carried the message of non-violence, started from Raj Ghat

2. No error

3. A year-long march called ‘Jai Jagat 2020’

4. to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Q.26 Select the option which correctly converts the given sentence into indirect speech.

You said to her, “I am feeling tired and want to rest now.”

Ans

1. You told her that you were feeling tired and wanted to rest then.

2. She told you that she was feeling tired and wanted to rest now.

3. You told her that I am feeling tired and want to rest now.

4. You said her you were feeling tired and wanted to rest then.

Q.27 Select the correct passive voice of the given sentence.

The Archaeological Survey of India is building another museum to house excavated objects from across the country.

Ans

1. Another museum has been built by the Archaeological Survey of India to house excavated objects from across the country.

2. Another museum will be built by the Archaeological Survey of India to house excavated objects from across the country.

3. Another museum is built by the Archaeological Survey of India to house excavated objects from across the country.

4. Another museum is being built by the Archaeological Survey of India to house excavated objects from across the country.

Q.28 Select the option that arranges sentences B, C, D and E in a logical sequence. Sentences A and F are static.

A. Destructive comments are cutting sarcastic remarks we spew out daily.

B. If people are asked to list the destructive comments made by them in the last 24 hours, they will quite often come up blank.

C. Such remarks serve no other purpose than to put people down.

D. This is because such comments were made without thinking so are erased from memory.

E. They are meant to hurt them or assert ourselves as their superior.

F. However, the objects of our scorn remember every biting comment made at their expense.

Ans

1. ABCDEF

2. ACEBDF

3. AEBCDF

4. ADBECF

Q.29 Select the option that arranges sentences B, C, D and E in a logical sequence. Sentences A and F are static.

A. Douglas had a childhood fear of water which he tried to overcome at the pool.

B. This harrowing experience became his handicap and its memory haunted him for long.

C. But just when he was trying to feel at ease in water, he had another misadventure.

D. It ruined his fun at the fishing trips and deprived him of the joy of boating or swimming

E. A big bully tossed him into the deep pool and he almost drowned.

F. The fear of water stayed with him throughout his life.

Ans

1. ABDECF

2. ACEBDF

3. AECDBF

4. ABCDEF

Q.30 Select the most appropriate synonym of the given word.

Affliction

Ans

1. distress

2. diffidence

3. dexterity

4. delusion

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