CHSL 21 03-06-2022 Shift 1 Previous Year Paper English Language PDF


Question 1

Select the option that expresses the given sentence in active voice.
The disabled should not be oppressed.
Select the option that expresses the given sentence in active voice.
The disabled should not be oppressed.

Options

A

Do not oppress the disabled. 

Do not oppress the disabled. 

B

Let not the disabled be oppressed. 

Let not the disabled be oppressed. 

C

We should not be oppressing the disabled.

We should not be oppressing the disabled.

D

The disabled have not been oppressed.  

The disabled have not been oppressed.  


Solution:

Correct Answer:

A

Do not oppress the disabled. 

Do not oppress the disabled. 


Question 2

Select the option that expresses the given sentence in active voice.
I was not hired by her.
Select the option that expresses the given sentence in active voice.
I was not hired by her.

Options

A

She did not hire me. 

She did not hire me. 

B

She has not been hired me. 

She has not been hired me. 

C

 She was not hired.

 She was not hired.

D

 She was not hiring me.

 She was not hiring me.


Solution:

Correct Answer:

A

She did not hire me. 

She did not hire me. 


Question 3

Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank.
We love to swing from the branches _______ the pond.
Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank.
We love to swing from the branches _______ the pond.

Options

A

over 

over 

B

under 

under 

C

in

in

D

on

on


Solution:

Correct Answer:

A

over 

over 


Question 4

Select the most appropriate option that can substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution required’.
In 1920’s, new technology has allowed filmmakers to attach to each film a soundtrack of speech.
Select the most appropriate option that can substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution required’.
In 1920’s, new technology has allowed filmmakers to attach to each film a soundtrack of speech.

Options

A

was allowed 

was allowed 

B

No substitution required 

No substitution required 

C

allowed 

allowed 

D

had allowed 

had allowed 


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

allowed 

allowed 


Question 5

Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Be at a loose end
Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Be at a loose end

Options

A

Defining moment

Defining moment

B

To have nothing to do

To have nothing to do

C

On a turning point

On a turning point

D

In much trouble

In much trouble


Solution:

Correct Answer:

B

To have nothing to do

To have nothing to do


Question 6

Select the most appropriate synonym of the word given in the brackets to fill in the blank.
It will be _______________ (illogical) to accept the demands of the protesters this time.
Select the most appropriate synonym of the word given in the brackets to fill in the blank.
It will be _______________ (illogical) to accept the demands of the protesters this time.

Options

A

factual  

factual  

B

unfavourable 

unfavourable 

C

biased  

biased  

D

absurd  

absurd  


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

absurd  

absurd  


Question 7

Select the most appropriate option that can substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution required’.
Is he remembering our help?
Select the most appropriate option that can substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution required’.
Is he remembering our help?

Options

A

Has he remember 

Has he remember 

B

Does he remember 

Does he remember 

C

Did he remembered 

Did he remembered 

D

No substitution required 

No substitution required 


Solution:

Correct Answer:

B

Does he remember 

Does he remember 


Question 8

Sentences of a paragraph are given below in jumbled order. Arrange the sentences in the correct order to form a meaningful and coherent paragraph.
A. It provides a high-quality learning opportunity, improves student outcomes and skills, and expands educational choice options
B. Therefore, location, time, and quality are no longer considered factors in seeking degree courses or higher education because of online education.
C. Online education is an amenable instructional delivery process that includes any learning that takes place via the internet.
D. Its potential advantages involve increased educational access.
Sentences of a paragraph are given below in jumbled order. Arrange the sentences in the correct order to form a meaningful and coherent paragraph.
A. It provides a high-quality learning opportunity, improves student outcomes and skills, and expands educational choice options
B. Therefore, location, time, and quality are no longer considered factors in seeking degree courses or higher education because of online education.
C. Online education is an amenable instructional delivery process that includes any learning that takes place via the internet.
D. Its potential advantages involve increased educational access.

Options

A

ABCD

ABCD

B

DCAB

DCAB

C

CDAB

CDAB

D

CBDA

CBDA


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

CDAB

CDAB


Question 9

Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.
Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.

Options

A

Baffling 

Baffling 

B

 Prevalent

 Prevalent

C

 Audasious

 Audasious

D

 Incredible

 Incredible


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

 Audasious

 Audasious


Question 10

The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
After he had / ate that lobster,/ he began to / feel sick.
The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
After he had / ate that lobster,/ he began to / feel sick.

Options

A

ate that lobster

ate that lobster

B

After he had

After he had

C

feel sick

feel sick

D

he began to

he began to


Solution:

Correct Answer:

A

ate that lobster

ate that lobster


Question 11

Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.
Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.

Options

A

Commisarate 

Commisarate 

B

Curriculum 

Curriculum 

C

 Decennial

 Decennial

D

 Nausea

 Nausea


Solution:

Correct Answer:

A

Commisarate 

Commisarate 


Question 12

Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.
Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.

Options

A

Spacios 

Spacios 

B

Lyre

Lyre

C

Soluble 

Soluble 

D

Irrespective

Irrespective


Solution:

Correct Answer:

A

Spacios 

Spacios 


Question 13

Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.
Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.

Options

A

Retrospect 

Retrospect 

B

 Magnanimous

 Magnanimous

C

 Gaurmet

 Gaurmet

D

Clandestine 

Clandestine 


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

 Gaurmet

 Gaurmet


Question 14

Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.

Get away
Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.

Get away

Options

A

To visit

To visit

B

To equalise

To equalise

C

To fall off

To fall off

D

To leave

To leave


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

To leave

To leave


Question 15

Select the most appropriate meaning of the underlined word in the given sentence.
His strategy is to protract negotiations until the enemy are exhausted while assembling the forces necessary to crush them.
Select the most appropriate meaning of the underlined word in the given sentence.
His strategy is to protract negotiations until the enemy are exhausted while assembling the forces necessary to crush them.

Options

A

Cease

Cease

B

Accept

Accept

C

Control

Control

D

Prolong

Prolong


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

Prolong

Prolong


Question 16

Select the sentence which has no spelling error.
Select the sentence which has no spelling error.

Options

A

She has her own vockbulary words from English and Hindi.

She has her own vockbulary words from English and Hindi.

B

He incorporates daily vocablary in his gestures.

He incorporates daily vocablary in his gestures.

C

Reading stories developed her vocabluary.

Reading stories developed her vocabluary.

D

Vocabulary raises the standard of English language.

Vocabulary raises the standard of English language.


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

Vocabulary raises the standard of English language.

Vocabulary raises the standard of English language.


Question 17

Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Between Scylla and Charybdis
Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Between Scylla and Charybdis

Options

A

Between two charms  

Between two charms  

B

Between two dangers  

Between two dangers  

C

 Between two favours 

 Between two favours 

D

 Between two possibilities 

 Between two possibilities 


Solution:

Correct Answer:

B

Between two dangers  

Between two dangers  


Question 18

Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.

Attract
Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.

Attract

Options

A

Rash

Rash

B

Flex

Flex

C

Destroy

Destroy

D

Repel

Repel


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

Repel

Repel


Question 19

Select the option that can be used as a one-word substitute for the given group of words.
Lasting for a very short period of time
Select the option that can be used as a one-word substitute for the given group of words.
Lasting for a very short period of time

Options

A

Ceaseless 

Ceaseless 

B

Pungent

Pungent

C

Permanent 

Permanent 

D

Ephemeral 

Ephemeral 


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

Ephemeral 

Ephemeral 


Question 20

Select the most appropriate option that can substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution required’.
She shall complete her graduation by 2023.
Select the most appropriate option that can substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution required’.
She shall complete her graduation by 2023.

Options

A

will be completed  

will be completed  

B

No substitution required 

No substitution required 

C

shall have completed 

shall have completed 

D

would complete 

would complete 


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

shall have completed 

shall have completed 


Question 21

In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 1.
In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 1.

Options

A

well

well

B

rightly

rightly

C

deeply

deeply

D

so

so


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

so

so


Question 22

In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 2.
In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 2.

Options

A

in

in

B

at

at

C

to

to

D

on

on


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

to

to


Question 23

In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 3.
In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 3.

Options

A

myth

myth

B

story

story

C

term

term

D

fact

fact


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

fact

fact


Question 24

In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 4.
In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 4.

Options

A

transited

transited

B

thrown

thrown

C

allowed

allowed

D

cared

cared


Solution:

Correct Answer:

C

allowed

allowed


Question 25

In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 5.
In the following passage, some words have been deleted. Read the passage carefully and select the most appropriate option to fill in each blank.
Readers have been (1) _________ conditioned that they feel embarrassed to admit that they find it hard (2) _________ stomach the work of a literary giant for fear it would betray their plebian taste. The (3) __________ is that a few read, and fewer enjoy, the novels of those who sit on the literary pedestal. We have (4) _________ ourselves to be persuaded that a book with a story can't be quite in the same class as a book that leaves us to (5) __________ what is unsaid.Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank number 5.

Options

A

accept

accept

B

malign

malign

C

deny

deny

D

interpret

interpret


Solution:

Correct Answer:

D

interpret

interpret


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