M U KH E R J E E N A G A R

MUNIRKA
U T TA M N AG A R
M E ERU T
VAR AN AS I
RO H TA K
PA N IPAT

DILSH AD GARDEN
ROHINI
BADARPUR
JAIPU R
G U R G AO N
PAT NA
S O N EPAT
BA H ADU RG AR H
AG R A
CHANDIGARH
LUCKNOW
NOIDA

SSC MAINS - 33 (ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
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20.

(C)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(*)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(C)

21.
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25.
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40.

(C)
(C)
(D)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(C)
(D)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(C)
(B)
(D)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(B)

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60.

(C)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(D)
(C)
(C)
(A)
(D)

61.
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63.
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72.
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79.
80.

(D)
(C)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(C)
(D)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(B)
(C)
(A)
(D)

81. (D)
82. (A)
83. (C)
84. (C)
85. (A)
86. (A)
87. (B)
88. (B)
89. (C)
90. (B)
91. (B)
92. (B)
93. (D)
94. (D)
95. (B)
96. (A)
97. (B)
98. (A)
99. (B)
100.(C)

101.(A)
102.(C)
103.(B)
104.(C)
105.(D)
106.(C)
107.(D)
108.(A)
109.(C)
110.(A)
111.(A)
112.(C)
113.(D)
114.(D)
115.(B)
116.(C)
117.(A)
118.(B)
119.(D)
120.(B)

121.(B)
122.(B)
123.(A)
124.(B)
125.(C)
126.(B)
127.(A)
128.(B)
129.(B)
130.(A)
131.(B)
132.(A)
133.(A)
134.(D)
135.(A)
136.(D)
137.(C)
138.(C)
139.(C)
140.(D)

141.(A)
142.(C)
143.(C)
144.(A)
145.(A)
146.(B)
147.(C)
148.(A)
149.(D)
150.(A)
151.(D)
152.(B)
153.(D)
154.(A)
155.(D)
156.(B)
157.(C)
158.(C)
159.(B)
160.(B)

161.(C)
162.(C)
163.(B)
164.(B)
165.(C)
166.(A)
167.(A)
168.(C)
169.(A)
170.(A)
171.(C)
172.(C)
173.(C)
174.(A)
175.(B)
176.(C)
177.(A)
178.(D)
179.(C)
180.(C)

181.(A)
182.(D)
183.(B)
184.(C)
185.(B)
186.(D)
187.(D)
188.(D)
189.(C)
190.(D)
191.(D)
192.(C)
193.(C)
194.(B)
195.(C)
196.(C)
197.(A)
198.(B)
199.(D)
200.(D)

Explanation
1. (C);

2. (A);
3. (A);
4. (A);
5. (C);
6. (B);
7. (A);

8. (A);
9. (B);
10.(B);
11.(C);
12.(B);
13.(A);

Change ‘more strong’ into ‘stronger’. We
need not use ‘more + positive degree’ if
we have a comparative degree for that
particular adjective.
Change ‘got’ int o ‘wer e’. For an
imagination position we use ‘were’ with
all the subjects.
Change ‘having’ into ‘on’. ‘Have’ is
generally not used in ‘ing’ form.
Add ‘while I was’ before ‘walking’. An
appropriate subject is needed here.
Remove ‘big’. ‘Big’ and ‘blunder’ (meaning
–a big mistake) together make the
sentence superfluous .
Change ‘to’ into ‘from’. ‘Debarred’ will
take ‘from’ after it.
Change ‘grows’ into ‘is grown’. Certain
actions cannot take place themselves.
Such actions are therefore expressed in
passive voice.
‘According to me’ is not the correct
expression change it into ‘in my opinion’.
Change ‘talent’ into ‘skill’. What we learn
is skill and what is inborn is talent.
Change ‘overflown’. V 3 of overflow is
overflowed.
Use either ‘Exact time’ or ‘right time’.
Change ‘either’ into ‘any’. ‘Either of…..’
means ‘one out of two’. Here we are
talking about numerous soldiers.
Change ‘me’ into ‘I’. It+ be(any form) is

followed by the nominative case of
pronoun.
14.(*); Change ‘she had’ into ‘had she’. Change
‘then’ into ‘than’.
15.(B); ‘ Had better’ ‘had rather’ & ‘had’ sooner
are followed by ‘bare infinitive’. Change
‘gone’ into ‘go’.
16.(A); Change ‘five lakhs’ of people’ into ‘five
lakh people’.
17.(A); Change ‘lie’ into ‘lay’. You lay (
) your
bag.
18.(D);
19.(D);
20.(C); Change ‘like’ into ‘as’. Adverb ‘as’ is used
to qualify an action.
21.(C); Short- 1)
sudden
2) extending to a short distance
22.(C);
1) V2
crush' into (
) very small
pieces.
2) reason
23.(D); Model- 1) Small copy of something/
miniature
2) example
24.(A);Fast1)
in a firm or fixed manner
2) in a sound manner/deeply
25.(A);Vault- 1) to leap vigorously especially
using the hands or a pole.
2) A container usually of metal or
concrete.
Correction
Read 156.(C); as sea-bed

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