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SSC CHSL 2019 Test Series

SSC CGL Tier 2 2019 Test Series

Important for :

1

After a bridge collapsed that killed 22 people (A) / in Elphinstone Road Station in Mumbai last month, (B) / the government of Maharashtra resorted to (C) / the populist move of asking an army (D) / **to repair the bridge. (E)**

C

Here, ‘

People were killed ‘

Fragment C is absolutely correct.

This part has an error related to wrong article usage. Article ‘

Hence, option C is correct.

2

B

Fragment B is error free.

**Fragment C:** enable large-scale investments **those**

The error is with respect to wrong usage of the*pronoun*. In place of ‘*those*’ the restrictive pronoun 'that' must be used here.

**Correct fragment:** enable large-scale investments **that**

**Fragment D:** are required **for** improve safety,

Preposition ‘*to*’ must be used instead of ‘*for*’, as *for *is usually preceded by a gerund.

**Fragment E:** upgrade signaling and the **qualities** of rolling stock.

Here*quality* is used in the sense of upgrading the stock and hence is abstract in nature Thus, its singular form must be used.

**Correct fragment: **upgrade signaling and the **quality** of rolling stock.

Hence option B is correct.

The error is with respect to wrong usage of the

Preposition ‘

Here

Hence option B is correct.

3

Sustaining and building of (A) / this reversal momentum may be (B) / more challenging in the coming months, (C) / **given other economic data that are (D)** / a cause of economic concern and some external headwinds. (E)

C

Reversal momentum is meaningless. Instead, it should either be “reverse” momentum or “reversal of” momentum.

Fragment C is perfectly fine and error free.

**Fragment E:** a cause **of **economic concern and some external headwinds.

Two effects are mentioned for a cause. One is

Hence option C is correct.

4

D

The correct phrase to be used here is “with flying colors.”

The error here is of wrong tense usage. The sentence is in

Fragment D is absolutely correct.

The phrase '14 out of 16' mentioned here denotes that the

Hence option D is correct.

5

Japan is in a potential explosive (A) / **neighborhood, and it no longer believes (B)** / that a whole scale reliance on (C) / U.S. for a defence umbrella (D) / is sufficient to secure his best interests. (E)

C

The adjective '

The verb ‘

Fragment C is absolutely correct.

Article ‘the’ must be used before U.S. because it represents a union of states.

The possessive adjective ‘his’ is used for showing possession for a male, whereas Japan is a country thus will be neuter in gender. So ‘its’ should be used here instead of

Correct fragment: is sufficient to secure

Hence option C is correct.

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