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# SSC Steno Grade C and D 2020 Previous Year English Questions Paper

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## SSC Stenographer Previous Year Questions

SSC Stenographer Question No: 1

Select the correct direct form of the given sentence.

Shilpi requested her father to let her join the school trip to Ooty the following week.

Option A : Shilpi said to her father, “Please let me to join the school trip to Ooty the following week.”

Option B : Shilpi said to her father, “Please let me join the school trip to Ooty next week.”

Option C : Shilpi said to her father, “Will you let me join the school trip to Ooty the following week?”

Option D : Shilpi said to her father, “I want to join the school trip to Ooty next week.”

Option B: Shilpi said to her father, “Please let me join the school trip to Ooty next week.”

SSC Stenographer Exam Question No: 2

Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution’.

He is not so a person that will betray a friend. Which one of the following is different from other three?

Option A : as a person that

Option B : No substitution

Option C : such a person as

Option D : so a person but

Option A: as a person that

SSC Stenographer Previous Year Paper Question No: 3

Select the most appropriate antonym of the given word.

UNCOUTH

Option A : refined

Option B : careful

Option C : generous

Option D : coarse

Option C: generous

SSC Stenographer Question No: 4

Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution’.

I did not attend the meeting because I were not being invited.

Option A : No substitution

Option B : I am not being

Option C : I had not been

Option D : I was not been

Option D : I was not been

SSC Steno Previous Year Paper Question No: 5

Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution’.

A hasty decision may be lead in lifelong repentance.

Option A : should be leading at

Option B : No substitution

Option C : must be leading in

Option D : may lead to

SSC Stenographer Question No: 6

Select the correct indirect form of the given sentence.

The manager said, “My secretary has resigned.”

Option A : The manager said that his secretary had resigned.

Option B : The manager said that his secretary has resign

Option C : The manager said that my secretary had resigned.

Option D : The manager said that his secretary resigned.

Option D: The manager said that his secretary had resigned.

Stenographer Exam Question No: 7

Identify the segment in the sentence which contains the grammatical error.

Do you have an valid explanation for your absence from work?

Option A : from work

Option B : an valid explanation

Option C : Do you have

Option D : for your absence

Option B: an valid explanation

SSC Stenographer Previous Year Question No: 8

Select the correct active form of the given sentence.

A lot of runs are being scored by the batsmen.

Option A : The batsmen have been scoring a lot of runs.

Option B : The batsmen are scoring a lot of runs.

Option C : The batsmen are going to score a lot of runs.

Option D : The batsmen scored a lot of runs.

Option B: The batsmen are scoring a lot of runs.

Stenographer Previous Year Paper Question No: 9

Select the correct indirect form of the given sentence.

Mother said to him, “How did you get the tickets to the show?”

Option A : Mother asked him how he had got the tickets to the show.

Option B : Mother asked him that how had he got the tickets to the show.

Option C : Mother asked him how he got the tickets to the show.

Option D : Mother asked him that how he get the tickets to the show.

Option A: Mother asked him how he had got the tickets to the show.

SSC Stenographer Previous Year Question No: 10

Select the most appropriate meaning of the underlined idiom in the given sentence.

Raman is good at mathematics but geography is his Achilles’ heel.

Option A :favorite

Option B : weakness

Option C : strength

Option D :  focus

Option B: weakness

SSC Stenographer Question No: 11

Given below are four sentences, three of which are jumbled. Pick the option that gives the.

A. I learnt to push Lily’s wheelchair.
B. It was fun to watch Lily roll her eyes to watch the ducks.
C. I parked the chair in front of the pond.
D. One afternoon, I wheeled her to the park.
correct order.

Option A : ACBD

Option B : ACDB

Option D : ABCD

Option D: ABCD

SSC Stenographer Question No: 12

Select the most appropriate synonym of the given word.

ARDENT

Option A : inquisitive

Option B : laborious

Option C : frigid

Option D : passionate

Option D: passionate

SSC Steno Previous Paper Question No: 13

Select the most appropriate meaning of the underlined idiom in the given sentence.

The midnight meeting seemed to involve some cloak and dagger activity.

Option A :  crucial

Option B : mysterious

Option C : fun

Option D : delightful

Option B: mysterious

Stenographer Question No: 14

Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.

She has designed some beautiful dresses.

Option A : Some beautiful dresses are being designed by her.

Option B : Some beautiful dresses have been designed by her.

Option C : Some beautiful dresses has been designed by her.

Option D : Some beautiful dresses were designed by her.

Option C: Some beautiful dresses has been designed by her.

SSC Stenographer Paper Question No: 15

Identify the segment in the sentence which contains the grammatical error.

Several stone pillars were erected by the reign of Ashoka.

Option A : Several stone pillars

Option B : of Ashoka

Option C :  were erected

Option D : by the reign

Option D: by the reign

Stenographer Previous Year Question No: 16

Select the most appropriate synonym of the given word.

SHUDDER

Option A : shackle

Option B : shrug

Option C : shiver

Option D : shimmer

Option D: shimmer

Stenographer C and D Question No: 17

Identify the segment in the sentence which contains the grammatical error.

I have acquire a feeling of self-confidence and courage.

Option A : I have

Option B : acquire a feeling

Option C :  of self-confidence

Option D :  and courage

Option B: acquire a feeling

SSC Stenographer Question No: 18

Identify the segment in the sentence which contains the grammatical error.

All time he attempted the marathon, he was unable to complete it.

Option A : to complete it

Option B : All time he

Option C : attempted the marathon

Option D :  he was unable

Option C: attempted the marathon

SSC Stenographer Last Year Paper Question No: 19

Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank.

The travel agency has sent the hotel reservation details for ______ holiday.

Option A : ourselves

Option B : ours

Option C : our

Option D : us

Option B: ours

SSC Stenographer Group C and D Question No: 20

Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No substitution’.

The burglar used the ladder who lied on the courtyard.

Option A : which was lying in the

Option B : No substitution

Option C : who is lying against the

Option D : that was laid at a