Sentence Improvement Questions for SSC CHSL 2020-21

 

 

Sentence Improvement Questions for SSC CHSL 2020-21

 

  1. As soon as winter sets in, the number of tourists start increasing suddenly.
  • the number of tourists are increased
  • the amount of tourists start increasing
  • the number of tourists increases
  • (4) No improvement
  1. Is respect really preferable than money ?
  • preferable to money ?
  • preferred, or money ?
  • preferable than money ?
  • No improvement
  1. His speech was marked by disagreement and scorn for his opponent’s position.
  • is being marked with disagreement and scorn for his opponent’s position.
  • was marked with disagreement and scorn for his opponent’s position.
  • was marked by disagreement and scorn for this opponents positions.
  • No improvement
  1. Changu is as tall if not, taller than Chanchu.
  • as tall, if not, taller than

(2) as tall as, if not taller to

(3) as tall as, if not taller than

(4) No improvement

 

  1. The bigger dilemma facing these mega stores is how to retain customers after the novelty wear thin.
  • wears thin.

(2) cools down.

(3) wears off.

(4) No improvement

 

  1. She has slept for eight hours last night.

(1) slept

(2)  had slept

(3)  has been sleeping

(4)  No improvement

 

  1. I have seen the film and she also has
  • has also
  • Has too

(3) too has

(4) No improvement

 

  1. 8. He is in want of a reliable servant.
  • refused
  • declined
  • needs
  • No improvement

 

  1. He was rejected because he was too young.
  • So
  • Hence
  • though
  • No improvement

 

  1. I hope that I shall get a First Class.
  • I feel that

(2)  I hope

(3)  I am doing

(4)  No improvement

 

  1. 11. While crossing the road, a snake was seen.
  • a snake was moving.

(2) he saw a snake.

(3) a snake was observed.

(4) No improvement.

 

  1. 1f you have studied hard, would have got a first class.
  • If you studied hard.

(2) If you had studied hard.

(3) If you would study hard.

(4) No improvement.

 

  1. The new Sultan has been able to bear up all opposition.
  • bear off

(2) bear down

(3) bear out

(4) No improvement.

 

  1. The watchman was on alert all night.
    (1) was on the alert
    (2) was off the alert

(3) was alert
(4) No improvement.

 

  1. 15. Rice is to the Japanese while potatoes are to many Europeans.

(1) which

(2) that

(3) what

(4) No improvement

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