General English Questions for SSC Exam

General English Questions for SSC Exam

While utmost Indian scholars are comfortable with the quantitative section of competitive examinations similar to SSC,  RRB, Bank Exams etc, General English for competitive examinations remains a challenge for numerous. With equal weightage, if not further, to General English for competitive examinations as to Maths, it’s imperative to gain clarity about introductory alphabet rules, understand the chops it needs to crack the verbal section of competitive examinations and get extremely comfortable and confident with General English for competitive examinations.

General English Questions

Here, I am sharing Easy General English Questions and Answers related to Tense, Passive Voice, Narration, Common errors, and Fill in the blanks for upcoming competitive exams. You can get here the most important General English Questions with Answers for SSC Exams.

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General English Questions for SSC Exam

  Q :  

Find the correctly spelt words.

(A) Simpal

(B) Bannar

(C) Pattern

(D) Modern

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

Antonyms of CAPRICIOUS.

(A) satisfied

(B) scattered

(C) steadfast

(D) insured

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

Antonym of UNSTABLE.

(A) changing

(B) constant

(C) stagnant

(D) steady

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

Antonyms of HOST.

(A) accomplice

(B) enlarged

(C) spread

(D) guest

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

Antonyms of MILITANT.

(A) religious

(B) combative

(C) spiritual

(D) pacifist

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

A person who renounces the world and practices self-discipline in order to attain salvation:

(A) Sceptic

(B) Ascetc

(C) Devotee

(D) Antiquarian

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

An ascetic is someone who renounces worldly pleasures and practices self-discipline for spiritual or religious reasons.

Q :  

A hater of knowledge and learning:

(A) Bibliophile

(B) Philologist

(C) Misogynist

(D) Misologist

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

A person who does not believe in the existence of God:

(A) Theist

(B) Heretic

(C) Atheist

(D) Fanatic

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

An atheist is someone who lacks belief in the existence of deities or gods.

Q :  

Although he has failed in the written examination, he using 'backstairs influence' to get the job.

(A) Political influence

(B) Backing influence

(C) Deserving and proper influence

(D) Secret and unfair influence

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

Since he knew what would happen, he should be left to 'stew in his own juice'.

(A) Make a stew

(B) Boil

(C) Suffer in his own juice

(D) Suffer for his own act

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

The idiom/phrase "stew in one's own juice" means to suffer the consequences of one's own actions or decisions. In this sentence, the speaker is suggesting that since the person knew what would happen and still made the decision, they should suffer the consequences.

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