English Quiz for upcoming CWC Jr. Superintendent Exam


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Directions (Q. 1– 5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘No error’, the answer is 5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

1. 1) I looked my relatives / 2) at the guest house, / 3) but they arrived at the marriage party / 4) before noon and left on the car before I arrived. / 5) No error.

2. 1) It has led to students participating in the seminar, / 2) a presentation and counseling by our students of disability / 3) an international conference, exchange of e–lectures, / 4) and plans for a hockey camp. / 5) No error.

3. 1) Once they reach my company / 2) they can view the company details / 3) and the cluster details / 4) where the company is actually existed. / 5) No error.

4. 1) It is an effort to providing a market linkage / 2) to these management trainees so that buyers and exporters / 3) can get in touch with them / 4) directly for sending enquiries for the products. / 5) No error.

5. 1) There was no money / 2) in the purse / 3) nor did I had ATM to go / 4) to the Metro station. /5) No error.

Direction (6 – 10) : In each of the following questions four words given, of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning. Find the two words which are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning and indicate the number of the correct letter combination :

6. A) Bellwether B) Forfeit C) Trailblazer D) Pragmatic
1) D – B 2) B – C 3) B – A 4) C – A 5) D – A

7. A) Ostensible B) Inharmonious C) Burgeon D) Congruous
1) D – B 2) A – D 3) C – B 4) B – A 5) A – C

8. A) Apparent B) Tout C) Takeover D) Coup
1) A – C 2) B – C 3) C – D 4) D – A 5) A – B

9. A) Distraught B) Frantically C) Discrepant D) Putsch
1) B – C 2) D – B 3) D – A 4) A – C 5) B – A

10. A) Nominal B) Idealistic C) Pacesetter D) Undercut
1) B – C 2) A – D 3) B – D 4) D – C 5) A – B

  1. 1; Add ‘for’ before ‘my’.
  2. 2; Replace ‘of’ with ‘with’.
  3. 5; No error.
  4. 1; Replace ‘providing’ with ‘provide’.
  5. 3; Replace ‘had’ with ‘have’.
  6. 4; Same
  7. 1; Opposite
  8. 3; Same
  9. 5; Same
  10. 2; Same

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