Home / Question Papers / MPSC Clerk Typist Examination-2014 Question Paper

MPSC Clerk Typist Examination-2014 Question Paper

MPSC Clerk Typist Examination-2014 Question Paper

  1. Choose the correct alternative and complete the sentence.

He must apologise ______

(1) so that he may be punished

(2) Yet he will be punished

(3) Or he will be punished

(4) Unless he will be punished

  1. In the following sentence choose the part in which you find a mistake.

Either of the two  were supposed to be  present in the office

            (a)                              (b)                                (c)

(1) (a)

(2) (b)

(3) (c)

(4) (d)

  1. Use the correct alternative.

I could not use his car because it _________.

(1) Was having repaired

(2) Was being repaired

(3) Had been repaired

(4) Was repairing

  1. Fill in the blank with an acceptable form of the verb given in the options:

350 runs _________ quite a decent score.

(1) is

(2) are

(3) are being

(4) was become

  1. Which one of the following is correct passive voice for the sentence.

“They have repaid the loan”.

(1) The loan is repaid by them.

(2) The loan have repaid by them.

(3) The loan has been repaid by them.

(4) The loan have been repaid by them.

  1. Choose the correct indirect sentence from the alternatives. My friend Said, “Hello! What are you doing here ?”

(1) My friend said to me hello, what I was doing there

(2) My friend greeted me and asked me what I was doing there

(3) My friend said hello to me and asked me what was I doing there

(4) My friend wished me and wanted to know that what I was doing there

  1. Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentence.

How long has he been sleeping?

He ____ for two hours.     

(1) Has been sleeping

(2) Was sleeping

(3) Slept

(4) Has slept

  1. Choose the correct alternative.

This document _________ by two persons.

(1) Has signed

(2) Had been sign

(3) Was signed

(4) Was signing

  1. How many parts of speech are there in English Language?

(1) Four

(2) Seven

(3) Eight

(4) Six

  1. Rewrite the sentence given below with the right punctuation marks: What a tall boy you have become she said

(1) “What a tall boy you have become?” she said.

(2) “What a tall boy you have become,” she said.

(3) “What a tall boy you have become!” she said.

(4) “What? A tall boy you have become!” she said.

  1. Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentence.

Children ______ not eat chocolates.

(1) Shall

(2) Will

(3) Should

(4) Would

  1. Fill the blank spaces with the right pair of words:

The bank functions _________ 10.00 a.m. __________ 5.00 p.m.

(1) … between … and ….

(2) … between … to …

(3) … from … to ….

(4) … at … and … .

  1. Fill in the blank with an acceptable form of the verb given in the options.

My father _______ many friends.

(1) Have

(2) Has

(3) Want

(4) Is wanting

  1. Shakespeare is the greatest of English dramatists (Change into the comparative degree).

(a) Shakespeare is as great as other English dramatist.

(b) Shakespeare is the greatest English dramatist.

(c) Shakespeare is the best English dramatist.

(d) Shakespeare is greater than any other English dramatist.

Which of the statement given above is correct?

(1) (a) only

(2) (b) and (c)

(3) (d) only

(4) None of the above

  1. Do as directed by instructions given in the bracket. He is too poor to buy a radio (Remove too)

(1) He is so poor that he cannot buy a radio.

(2) So poor he is that he cannot buy a radio.

(3) Poor so he is that he cannot buy a radio.

(4) He cannot buy a radio because he is so poor.

  1. Which part of the sentence given below contains an error, if any?

I think so  that some help from you  will help him

  (a)                           (b)                                    (c)          

(1) (a)

(2) (b)

(3) (c)

(4) No error

  1. The past subjunctive is the hypothetical subjunctive. It is restricted to:

(1) Shall

(2) Will

(3) Can

(4) Were

  1. The plurals such as, ‘mens’, ‘childrens’ are known as:

(1) Zero plurals

(2) Regular plurals

(3) Double plurals

(4) Mutation plurals

  1. Change the following into Passive Voice. We ought to respect the elders.

(1) The elders ought to be respected by us

(2) We should respect the elders

(3) The elders need to be respected by us

(4) The elders should earn respect by us

  1. Choose the correct indirect speech for the given sentence. “What a hopeless fellow you are!” Said the teacher to the student

(1) ‘The teacher told the student that you are a hopeless fellow

(2) The teacher told the student that he was a very hopeless fellow

(3) The teacher said what a hopeless fellow the student was

(4) The teacher exclaimed that the student was what a hopeless fellow

  1. Do as directed as per the instructions given in the bracket. She is the best girl in the school (make it positive)

(1) No other girl in the school is as good as she is

(2) She is the only good girl in the school

(3) In the school only she is the good girl

(4) She is good girl only in the school

  1. A compound sentence has.

(1) One clause

(2) One or more coordinate clauses

(3) One or more subordinate clauses

(4) No clause

  1. The comparative degree of the sentence: “Mumbai is a rich city of India.” is:

(1) Mumbai is one of the richest cities in India

(2) Very few cities in India are as rich as Mumbai

(3) No other city is as rich as Mumbai

(4) Mumbai is richer than most other cities in India

  1. Which of the following sentences is/are grammatically correct?

(i) She leaves for London this evening.

(ii) He is having many friends.

(iii) I am wanting a glass of water.

(iv) The rain has been raining very hard.

Answer Options:

(1) Only (i)

(2) Only (ii)

(3) Only (i), (ii) and (iv)

(4) Only (ii), (iii) and (iv)

  1. Which of the following sentences may indicate a future event?

(1) The movie starts in ten minutes.

(ii) The sample will be sent for detailed examination.

(iii) You should finish the work before you leave.

Answer Options:

(1) Only (i) and (ii)

(2) Only (ii)

(3) Only (ii) and (iii)

(4) All three

  1. What does the underlined word express?

The train should arrive any time now.

(I) Necessity

(2) Expectation

(3) Suggestion

(4) Instruction

  1. Pick the correct choice from the ones given below.

Inspire of being very rich, he is very humble

He is very rich:

(1) But he is very humble

(2) However he is very humble

(3) Yet he is very humble

(4) Not withstanding he is very humble

  1. Choose the correct verb from the alternatives.

The Headmaster ______ to speak to you.

(1) Wanting

(2) Was wanting

(3) Wants

(4) Is wanting

  1. Identify the grammatically incorrect sentence:

(1) I don’t know why is he upset

(2) Why are you not working?

(3) How lazy he is!

(4) What beautiful flowers these are!

About Shanku

Check Also

MPSC Maharashtra Subordinate Service, Gr. B (Non-Gazetted)-Main Exam 2018- For Police Sub Inspector Question paper

MPSC Maharashtra Subordinate Service, Gr. B (Non-Gazetted)-Main Exam 2018- For Police Sub Inspector Question paper …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *