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English Sentence Improvement Quiz For SSC CGL Exam

[su_heading size=”31″]Sentence Improvement[/su_heading]

 

      1. He has a good command over both English and French is known to all.
        • That he has a good command over both English and French is known to all

(2) That is known he has a good command over both English and French to all
(3 ) That a good command over both English and French he has is known to all

(4 ) No improvement

 

      1. I want a nurse to look after my child of about fifty years.

(1)  I want a nurse to look of about fifty years after my child

(2)  I want a nurse of about fifty years to look after my child

(3)  To look after my child of about fifty years I want a nurse

(4)  No improvement

      1. Why should you be despaired of your success of your undertaking?
        • You despair of the success of your undertaking
        • you despair of success of undertaking
        • You be despaired of the success of your undertaking
        • No improvement.

 

      1. As Rees was going to town in the High Street a savage dog attacked him and bit him.
        • Going to town a savage dog attacked him and bit him in the High Street
        • In the High Street a savage dog attacked him and bit him in the town
        • going to town in the High Street a savage dog bit him and attacked him

(4) No improvement

5. Something is pretty here that Vineeta can wear to the party.

(1) Something here is pretty
(2) Something is here pretty

(3) Here is something pretty

(4) No improvement

 

6. I have dreamt all my life to own a beautiful maroon coloured car.

(1) Of owning
(2) To owning
(3) At owning

(4) No improvement

7. Sitting on the hill top, the sun went down watching before him.

        • He watched the sun go down

(2) the sun went down with him watching.
(3) the sun went down when he watched.
(4) No improvement

8. The office is soon to be closed.

(1) Just to

(2) About to
(3) immediately to

(4) No improvement

9. He has achieved nothing out of his way worth mentioning.

        • Out of the way

(2) By the way

(3) In a big way

(4) No improvement

 

10. I prevailed on him to vote for you.

(1) to

(2) At

(3) upon
(4) No improvement

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