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RPSC Judicial Service 2011 Paper (Part 10 of 10)

  1. They, ran past me and jumped into a car.

    1. Past Perfect

    2. Past Continuous

    3. Past Simple

    4. Present Simple

  2. I was standing outside the post office.

    1. Present Continuous

    2. Past Continuous

    3. Past Simple

    4. Past Perfect

  3. Note: Select the sentence with coordinating conjunction.

    1. He held my hand lest I should fall.

    2. He is slow but he is honest.

    3. Rama will go if Hari goes.

    4. A book is a book although there is nothing in it.

  4. Note: Select the sentence with subordinating conjunction.

    1. Horses neigh and cats mew

    2. I was annoyed still I kept quiet

    3. He is slow but he is honest

    4. He ran away because he was afraid.

  5. Note: Mark the passive J! l. Ice which is correct: The Principal read the report

    1. The principal is reading the report.

    2. The report was read by the Principal.

    3. The report was had been read by the Principal.

    4. The Principal will not read the report.

  6. Could we have ________ coffee, please?

    1. some

    2. few

    3. no

    4. a few

  7. ___________ the money goes into a sr. Ecial bank account.

    1. Every

    2. All

    3. Each

    4. Some

  8. The agent has asked _____ of his customers to give money.

    1. every

    2. a little

    3. a few

    4. each

  9. _______ I get you a glass of water?

    1. Dare

    2. Need

    3. Can

    4. Would

    Identify the correct indirect speech

  10. “I may not be at home.”

    1. He said he might not be at home.

    2. He said I may not be at home.

    3. He said he could not. Be at home.

    4. He said he should not be at home.

  11. “I do not think 1 will buy another car.”

    1. She says she cannot buy another car.

    2. She says she will not buy another car.

    3. She says she would not think of going to buy a car.

    4. She says she does not think she will buy another car.

  12. “You can pay me cash or give me a cheque”

    1. He told her she could pay in cash or cheque.

    2. He told her she could pay him cash or give him a cheque.

    3. He told her she would pay him cash or give him a cheque.

    4. He told her she should not pay him cash or give him a cheque.