CDS Questions

Ordering of Words

The multi sourcing of

  • P: financial mess with
  • Q: coins led to a
  • R: using their own mix of
  • S: different mints

metals and alloys.

  1. SQRP
  2. QPSR
  3. RPQS
  4. PSRQ

Ordering of Words

In paliopathology

  • P: would be to obtain
  • Q: the fundamental objective
  • R: background information
  • S: as much

on the skeleton as possible.

  1. PRQS
  2. QPSR
  3. SRQP
  4. RPSQ

Ordering of Words

The national unity of a free people

  • P: to make it impracticable
  • Q: for there to be an arbitrary administration
  • R: depends upon a sufficiently even balance of political power
  • S: against a revolutionary opposition that is irreconcilably opposed to it
  1. QRPS
  2. RSPQ
  3. QRSP
  4. RPQS

Ordering of Words

It is very easy

  • P: a great deal more than one realises
  • Q: may mean
  • R: that a phrase that one does not quite understand
  • S: to persuade oneself
  1. SPQR
  2. RSQP
  3. RQPS
  4. SRQP

Ordering of Words

These positive effects vary from genetic changes that

  • P: to other related infections,
  • Q: make us more resistant to the diseases responsible
  • R: for epidemics and
  • S: which have effects on human that are

hard to pin down and quantify.

  1. QRPS
  2. SQPR
  3. PRSQ
  4. RPQS

Ordering of Words

All such students

  • P: get success
  • Q: who are honest and hard-working
  • R: and recognition
  • S: in very walk of life
  1. PSRQ
  2. SPRQ
  3. PRQS
  4. QPRS

Ordering of Words

He was so kind and generous that

  • P: he not only
  • Q: made others do so
  • R: but also
  • S: helped them himself
  1. SPQR
  2. PRSQ
  3. QPRS
  4. PSRQ

Ordering of Words

We must read

  • P: if we want to absorb the fruits of great literature
  • Q: but with concentration
  • R: them not as we do cricket stories
  • S: undefined
  1. QPSR
  2. PRQS
  3. PSQR
  4. PRSQ

Ordering of Words

It has been established that

  • P: Einstein was
  • Q: although a great scientist
  • R: weak in arithmetic
  • S: right from his school days
  1. SRPQ
  2. QPRS
  3. RQPS
  4. QPSR

Ordering of Words

Education is

  • P: of the proper sense of responsibilities
  • Q: the first need
  • R: in a citizen
  • S: for the development
  1. SQPR
  2. QSRP
  3. QSPR
  4. PQRS

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. A man jumped
  2. in the river
  3. in a state of depression.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. These are the ideas and ideals  
  2. which have shaped
  3. our economic thought in the past.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. The two friends walked
  2. besides each other
  3. in silence.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. It was so lovely weather
  2. that we spent
  3. the whole day in the garden.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. The sudden change
  2. of place  
  3. effected her health.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. Although there are some similarities
  2. in the qualification of both the candidates
  3. the differences among them are considerably pronounced.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. Now we have banks
  2. and people deposit there money their,
  3. and draw it out by cheques.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. There are a number of people
  2. of every class and nationality
  3. who doubts the truth of his statement.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. Neither the teacher  
  2. or the student
  3. is keen on joining the dance.
  4. No error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. He goes
  2. to college
  3. by foot everyday.
  4. no error

Spotting Errors

Each question has a sentence with parts A, B and C. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part.

  1. My neighbour Deepak
  2. is a person
  3. that will help anyone.
  4. No error

Fill Blanks L1

The salt spray has gradually ___ the bridge.

  1. spoilt
  2. ravaged
  3. demolished
  4. eroded

Fill Blanks L1

The volcanic ___ was the cause of great devastation.

  1. outburst
  2. eruption
  3. erosion
  4. movement

Fill Blanks L1

Can you pay ___ all these articles?

  1. out
  2. of
  3. for
  4. off

Fill Blanks L1

He may not come, but we'll get ready in case he ___ .

  1. may
  2. will
  3. shall
  4. does

Fill Blanks L1

He is quite ___ ; you can never count on him in matters of secrecy.

  1. unjust
  2. unbearable
  3. inefficient
  4. unreliable

Fill Blanks L1

The Governor will ___ the oath of office to the thirty-five new ministers at 9.30 p.m. tomorrow.

  1. confer
  2. present
  3. execute
  4. administer

Fill Blanks L1

Most of the students have forgotten to bring their certificates; they will be ___ by the Principal for this reason.

  1. reproached
  2. abused
  3. accused
  4. reprimanded

Sentence Improvement L1

Fifty miles are a long distance to walk.

  1. is
  2. become
  3. be
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Anil ought not to tell me your secret, but he did.

  1. to be telling
  2. tell
  3. to have told
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

We now come to the important question of where this great swarm of galaxies have come from.

  1. have come
  2. has come from
  3. are coming from
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Babu asked his friend, "Where you went yesterday?"

  1. "Where did you go yesterday?"
  2. "Where you had gone yesterday?"
  3. "Where you did go yesterday?"
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

I am living in this town since 1980.

  1. was living
  2. shall live
  3. have been living
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Ramachandra Murthy and his family have been in Guyana from 1985.

  1. since
  2. about
  3. on
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

If I were you, I would do it at once.

  1. was
  2. am
  3. would be
  4. No Improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

'Fewer rainfall means less traffic accidents, according to the experts‘, report on highway safety.

  1. Less rainfall means fewer traffic accidents
  2. Less rainfall means less traffic accidents
  3. fewer rainfall mean fewer traffic accidents
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

The police investigated into the matter.

  1. with the matter
  2. at the matter
  3. the matter
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

She told the children not to stop the work.

  1. not stopping of
  2. not stopping
  3. don't stop
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

What the nation needs is people of character.

  1. are the people of character
  2. are people of character
  3. is a people of character
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Ajeet is a bigger scholar than his brother.

  1. better
  2. smaller
  3. superior
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

If I was you, I should have told him the truth.

  1. am you
  2. were you
  3. had been you
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Since the beginning of the term, we are spending a lot of time on poetry.

  1. spent
  2. will spend
  3. have spent
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

I did not wait for him because he went out before I arrived.

  1. has gone out
  2. had gone out
  3. had been out
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Whenever I saw him, he has been reading the same novel.

  1. had been reading
  2. read
  3. was reading
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

They set a strong guard, lest anyone could escape.

  1. would
  2. might
  3. should
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

Go north-east across the mountains till you will reach an island.

  1. reached
  2. reach
  3. have reached
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

It is hard these days to cope with the rising prices.

  1. cope by
  2. cope up with
  3. to be coped with
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

He took a loan of hundred rupees from me.

  1. debt
  2. demand
  3. advance
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

From the last five days it has been raining torrentially.

  1. Since the last
  2. For the last
  3. Since last
  4. No improvement

Sentence Improvement L1

The teacher, along with her three children, were taken to hospital.

  1. was taken
  2. had taken
  3. had being taken
  4. No improvement