SSC CGL 2018 (T-1) English Paper Solution : 06 June 2019 Second Shift

SSC CGL 2018 (T-1) English Paper Solution : 06 June 2019 Second Shift

In this article we have provided the solution of SSC CGL 2018 Tier-1 paper solution. This paper was held on 6th of June 2019 in Second Shift. SSC CGL 2018 6th June 2019 Second Shift English Paper Solution.

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Q.1: Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct order.

  1. Canada accounts for nearly one-third of the world’s production of news print.
  2. Forest products, therefore, have been important export items of Canada for more than a century.
  3. A large part of Canada is covered with coniferous trees.
  4. Pulp and paper are the two most important forest products.
  1. ABCD
  2. DCAB
  3. CBDA
  4. BACD

Correct Answer : C

  • Sentence C states that “A large part of Canada is covered with coniferous trees” and sentences B and sentence D further state about the Forest products. So, they will follow C.
  • ‘Therefore’ is an important keyword in sentence B that makes a link between sentence C and B.
  • Hence option (c) is the correct answer.



Q.2: Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If no substitution required, select No improvement.

The Head has been so busy to go through these files and resolve the matter.

  1. such busy to go through
  2. too busy to go through
  3. No improvement
  4. too so busy to go through

Correct Answer : B

  • The error is related to the right pairing of words.
  • RULE : Certain words go in pairs. Such as So………that, Too…………to
  • Eg: He is too sick to go to the office. (correct)
  • He is so sick that he cannot go to the office. (correct)


Q.3: Select the correct active form of the given sentence.

The wall of this park is being painted by children.

  1. Children are painting the wall of this park.
  2. The wall is painting children of this park.
  3. Children have been painting the wall of this park.
  4. Children painted the wall of this park.




Correct Answer : A

  • (a)Children are painting the wall of this park. (Correct)
  • (b) The wall is painting children of this park. (Incorrect Subject and Meaning)
  • (c) Children have been painting the wall of this park. (Tense has changed)
  • (d) Children painted the wall of this park. (Tense has changed).


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Q.4: Select the synonym of the given word.

Entice

  1. Ensue
  2. Entail
  3. Enrage
  4. Entrap
Correct Answer : D

  • Entice : to persuade someone to do something by offering them something pleasant
  • Ensue : to happen after something else, especially as a result of it
  • Entail : to make something necessary, or to involve something
  • Entrap : to cause someone to do something that they would not usually do, by unfair methods


Q.5: Select the synonym of the given word. 

Dubious

  1. Certain
  2. Fishy
  3. Loyal
  4. Steady
Correct Answer : B

Fishy : seeming dishonest or false.


Q.6: Select the antonym of the given word. 

Finite

  1. Finished
  2. Limited
  3. Bound
  4. Endless
Correct Answer : D


Q.7: Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.

Couch potato

  1. A person who sleeps all day.
  2. A person who watches too much television.
  3. A person who remains relaxed and calm
  4. A person who is simple in nature.
Correct Answer : B


Q.8: Select the wrongly spelt word.

  1. Rendezvous
  2. Renassaince
  3. Remuneration
  4. Remonstrate
Correct Answer : B

  • Rendezvous : an arrangement to meet someone, especially secretly, at a particular place and time, or the place itself
  • Remuneration : payment for work or services
  • Remonstrate : to complain to someone or about something


Q.9 : Select the most appropriate option to fill the blank.

In many countries the ____ in pay for men and women is quite common, for example, in Germany women are pair 21 per cent less as compared to men. 

  1. unlikeliness
  2. equicalence.
  3. disagreement
  4. disparity
Correct Answer : D 

Q.10: Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.

Lead someone by the nose.

  1. to do the right thing
  2. To force someone to take the blame
  3. To dominate someone
  4. To quarrel with someone
Correct Answer : C


Q.11: Select the wrongly spelt word. 

  1. Merge
  2. Meadow
  3. Matter
  4. Measure
Correct Answer : A

  • Meadow : a field with grass and often wild flowers in it


Q.12 : Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If no substitution is required, select No improvement.

You won’t tell the secret, won’t you?

  1. No improvement
  2. would you
  3. will you
  4. isn’t it

Correct Answer : C

  •  ‘will you’ should be used in place of ‘won’t you’.
  • If the sentence is an affirmative statement, the question tag will be negative.
  • If the sentence is a negative sentence, the question tag will be positive. The given sentence is negative(won’t tell) so the question tag must be positive.  


Q. (13 – 17) : In the following passage some words have been deleted. Fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given. Select the most appropriate option for each blank.

In 1914 a war began in Europe which engulfed the entire world. The damage (13) by this war has no precedent in history. (14) the earlier wars, the civilian populations were (15) not involved and the casualties were mostly (16) to the warring armies. The war (17) began in 1914 was a total war in which all the resources of the warring states were mobilized.

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Correct answer for (13) …

  1. made
  2. caused
  3. generated
  4. began

Correct Answer : B

  • Cause- make (something, especially something bad) happen.
  • Make- form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances
  • Generate- produce or create.
  • Begin- perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity).
  • Option (b) is fit to the context of the sentence.

Correct answer for (14) …

  1. At
  2. Into
  3. In
  4. On

Correct Answer : C

  • ‘In’ is the appropriate preposition for the blank. ‘in the earlier wars’ means the wars that had been fought before.  

Correct answer for (15) …

  1. generally
  2. broadly
  3. chiefly
  4. finally

Correct Answer : A

  • Generally- in most cases; usually.
  • Broadly- in general and without considering minor details.
  • Chiefly- mainly.
  • Finally- as the last in a series of related events or items.
  • According to the structure of the sentence here is the sense of generally because in the earlier wars civilians were not involved in most of the cases so option (a) is the answer

Correct answer for (16) …

  1. belonged
  2. confined
  3. restrained
  4. bound

Correct Answer : B

  • Confine(adjective)- (of a space) restricted in area or volume
  • Belong- to be owned by somebody
  • Restrained- not showing strong feelings
  • Bound (noun)- a territorial limit; a boundary.
  • In the sentence after an adverb ‘mostly’ we need an adjective for a restricted area or a boundary. only option (a) is fit to the structure of the sentence. 

Correct answer for (17) …

  1. which
  2. whom
  3. what
  4. who

Correct Answer : A

  • RULE: Relative pronouns are used to tell us more about a person or thing-Who, whom, that, which, whose are used as relative pronouns.
  • Use ‘which or ‘that’ when we talk about things (but not people).
  • Example-This is the watch which my husband bought for me.

Q.18: Select the word which means the same as the group of words given.

Persons living at the same time.

  1. Cosmopolitans
  2. Compatriots
  3. Colleagues
  4. Contemporaries
Correct Answer : D


Q.19 : Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank.

Catholics and Protestants have a long history of ___ in the Northern Ireland but volunteers from both communities came together to build the monument of Peace.

  1. truce
  2. agreement
  3. contest
  4. conflict

Correct Answer : D

  • (a) truce-  an agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting or arguing for a certain time.
  • (b) agreement- harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling.
  • (c) contest –  an event in which people compete for supremacy in a sport or other activity, or in a quality


Q.20 : Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct order.

  1. In China, thousands of people celebrated it.
  2. The Lunar New Year of the Pig began on 5th February.
  3. Others burned the first joss sticks of the year to bring them good fortune.
  4. Some performers re-enacted historical ceremonies.
  1. ABCD
  2. BADC
  3. DABC
  4. BDCA
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Correct Answer : B

  • Sentence B states about the Lunar New Year and Sentence A states that thousands of people celebrated it. Clearly, A will follow B.
  • Going through the options, only option b follows this sequence.


Q.21: Select the correct passive form of the given sentence. 

Take this suitcase upstairs.

  1. You are requested to take this suitcase upstairs.
  2. You must be taking this suitcase upstairs.
  3. This suitcase should be taken upstairs.
  4. Let this suitcase been taken upstairs
Correct Answer : C

  • This suitcase should be taken upstairs. (Correct)
  • You are requested to take this suitcase upstairs. (Incorrect Structure and Meaning)
  • You must be taking this suitcase upstairs. (Incorrect Structure and Meaning)
  • Let this suitcase been taken upstairs . (Incorrect Structure and Meaning)


Q.22 : Select the antonym of the given word. 

Reprimand

  1. Apprehend
  2. Reproach
  3. Compliment
  4. Blame
Correct Answer : C

  • Reproach : to criticize someone, especially for not being successful or not doing what is expected
  • Apprehend : to catch and arrest someone who has not obeyed the law


Q.23 : In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.

I know the cobbler which mends the shoes outside the gate of our colony.

  1. I know the cobbler
  2. the shoes
  3. which mends
  4. outside the gate

Correct Answer : C

  • A cobbler is a person who mends or makes shoes. However, we use ‘who’ for living things and ‘which’ for non-living things.
  • Hence, ‘who mends’ will be answer.


Q.24 : In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.

The street artist Satish Munjal has been painting this wall since the past one week.

  1. has been painting
  2. the street artist
  3. this wall
  4. since the past one week

Correct Answer : D

  • For refers to a period of time for example for 2 years, 4 weeks, 3 days, etc. In the given question, the period of time is 7 days.
  • Hence, ‘for’ will be answer


Q.25 : Select the word which means the same as the group of words given.

Someone who believes that people cannot change the way events will happen.

  1. Prophet
  2. Fatalist
  3. Fanatic
  4. Seer
Correct Answer : B

Prophet : a person who is believed to have a special power that allows them to say what a god wishes to tell people, especially about things that will happen in the future.

Fatalist : someone who believes that people cannot change the way events will happen and that events, especially bad ones, cannot be avoided.

Fanatic : a person who is extremely interested in something, to a degree that some people find unreasonable.

Seer : a person who says he or she can see what will happen in the future

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