English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 9th July 2018

English Questions For CTET 2018 Exam

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Directions (1-10): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q1. Centre should …………… ministries whose functions …………… with the state ministries to save money, deliver efficiency and avoid duplication of work.
(a) finish, differ
(b) establish, contradict
(c) constitute, matches
(d) abolish, overlap

Q2. Many people …………… genetically modified food but the reality is that all the food that we eat has been genetically modified naturally by thousands of years of ……………
(a) praise, manipulation
(b) grow, mismanagement
(c) criticize, farming
(d) avoid, experience

Q3. Given that only seven percent of the country’s labour force is in the organized sector, training options …………… for the unorganized sectors should also be ……………
(a) available, enhanced
(b) absent, improved
(c) lacking, sustained
(d) existing, restricted

Q4. Government initiatives and participation of many industrial houses in …………… loans to the villagers have led to the …………… of the farmers.
(a) providing, plight
(b) disbursing, betterment
(c) denying, revitalization
(d) subsidizing, suffering

Q5. Indians will …………… one-fourth of total work force in the next five years but India needs to introspect whether its education system is …………… for these demographic dividends.
(a) become, adequate
(b) consist, incompetent
(c) constitute, unequipped
(d) represent, sound

Q6. What goes into making a marriage can only be ……………. By trial and error and couples are best left to ……………. Out what works.
(a) discovered, translate
(b) regulated, find
(c) learnt, figure
(d) seen, thrash

Q7. The producer is known to ……………. With new stars and fresh talent and though there have been a few hits and misses, this filmmaker totally ……………. For the new breed.
(a) try, demands
(b) experiment, vouches
(c) sign, goes
(d) produce, promises

Q8. The Government stated that it had the ……………. Right to use as much force as was necessary to regain control of areas ……………. by terrorists.
(a) free, marked
(b) practical, left
(c) fundamental, infest
(d) basic, undertaken
(d) legitimate, dominated

Q9. Obesity and alcohol ……………. Together to ……………. The risk of liver disease in both men and women.
(a) act, increase
(b) result, aggravate
(c) taken, arrest
(d) put, heighten

Q10. There were screams, chills and thrills ……………. at the discotheque the other night as the director along with the producers hosted a party to ……………. The success of their latest horror flick.
(a) combined, downplay
(b) alike, mourn
(c) experiences, mark
(d) galore, celebrate

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