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English Questions – Fill in the Blanks Set 106 (SSC CGL)

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  1. Research suggests there will be an annual rise in____________until 2042, before a decline sets in.
    1) complete
    2) fatalities
    3) vital
    4) healthful
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: fatalities – an occurrence of death by accident, in war, or from disease.

  2. Mr. Rajan listed six primary reasons for a_________ in stressed assets that have been_________ in recent times unperceived.
    1) instantly , insured
    2) usually, seen
    3) equality, prescribed
    4) spurt, observed
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: spurt, observed

  3. As stressed in the Centre’s Economic Survey this year, taxation is a core _________ of modern citizenship in _________.
    1) around, specifics
    2) element, democracies
    3) transatlantic, transpacific
    4) transoceanic, classes
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: element, democracies

  4. Therefore, the EC’s action in these two constituencies may be____________as one that did little but carry symbolic weight.
    1) construed
    2) prestige
    3) palpable
    4) occurred
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: construed

  5. A Commission with better resources and more manpower on the ground for the entire State — not to mention much greater courage — may have considered____________of the entire Assembly election.
    1) adjuration
    2) adjudication
    3) ruling
    4) postponement
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: postponement – the action of postponing something; deferral.

  6. Even so, it must be granted that the EC went well beyond merely delivering a mild____________to the parties.
    1) aligned
    2) reward
    3) reprimand
    4) preview
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: reprimand – address a reprimand to.

  7. Of course, to occupy the White House, she will first have to ward off a stiff attack from____________Republican nominee Donald Trump, the fire-breathing property billionaire.
    1) enthralling
    2) unbelievable
    3) unconvincing
    4) presumptive
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: presumptive

  8. If the super delegates____________her stay true to their promise to support her at the convention, then Ms. Clinton will have finally won the bid to be on the ballot as a presidential candidate, eight years after she first gave it a shot.
    1) cognitive
    2) questioning
    3) backing
    4) relaying
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: backing

  9. The Centre should also act on the____________monopoly held by automotive companies on the sale of spares and servicing of vehicles, which is raising cost of ownership and affecting quality of maintenance.
    1) entity
    2) trajectory
    3) actual
    4) virtual
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: virtual – almost or nearly as described, but not completely or according to strict definition.

  10. The government needs to use this opportunity to strengthen the water____________and storage infrastructure.
    1) abolished
    2) retention
    3) deliquescent
    4) trigger
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: Retention – the continued possession, use, or control of something.