English RC Questions with Answer for SSC CGL, CHSL, MTS and CPO Exams

Q1 - A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
My coat's pretty warm, even though it cost £9.99 and came from the flea market. It had a label in it, CHRISTIN BIOR, but I cut it out as soon as I got home. You can't work where I work and have CHRISTIN BIOR in your coat. You could have a genuine vintage Christian Dior label. Or something Japanese. Or maybe no label because you make your clothes yourself out of retro fabrics that you source at Alfies Antiques. But not CHRISTIN BIOR.
As I get near Catford Bridge, I start to feel a knot of tension. I really don't want to be late today. My boss has started throwing all sorts of hissy fits about people "swanning in at all times," so I left an extra twenty minutes early, in case it was a bad day. I can already see: It's a god-awful day. They've been having a lot of problems on our line recently and keep cancelling trains with no warning. Trouble is, in London rush hour, you can't just cancel trains. What are all the people who were planning to get on that train supposed to do? Evaporate?
What aspect of the coat she wanted to hide?
Options:
1) That is was too warm.
2) That it was a cheap copy.
3) That it was expensive.
4) That it was from a luxury market.
Correct Answer: That it was a cheap copy.

Q2 - A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
My coat's pretty warm, even though it cost £9.99 and came from the flea market. It had a label in it, CHRISTIN BIOR, but I cut it out as soon as I got home. You can't work where I work and have CHRISTIN BIOR in your coat. You could have a genuine vintage Christian Dior label. Or something Japanese. Or maybe no label because you make your clothes yourself out of retro fabrics that you source at Alfies Antiques. But not CHRISTIN BIOR.
As I get near Catford Bridge, I start to feel a knot of tension. I really don't want to be late today. My boss has started throwing all sorts of hissy fits about people "swanning in at all times," so I left an extra twenty minutes early, in case it was a bad day. I can already see: It's a god-awful day. They've been having a lot of problems on our line recently and keep cancelling trains with no warning. Trouble is, in London rush hour, you can't just cancel trains. What are all the people who were planning to get on that train supposed to do? Evaporate?
The author would prefer to be seen wearing all of the following types of clothes, except?
Options:
1) Those with the Christian Dior label.
2) Any Japanese brand.
3) Clothes stitched by herself.
4) Those with the CHRISTIN B IOR label.
Correct Answer: Those with the CHRISTIN BIOR label.

Q3 - A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
My coat's pretty warm, even though it cost £9.99 and came from the flea market. It had a label in it, CHRISTIN BIOR, but I cut it out as soon as I got home. You can't work where I work and have CHRISTIN BIOR in your coat. You could have a genuine vintage Christian Dior label. Or something Japanese. Or maybe no label because you make your clothes yourself out of retro fabrics that you source at Alfies Antiques. But not CHRISTIN BIOR.
As I get near Catford Bridge, I start to feel a knot of tension. I really don't want to be late today. My boss has started throwing all sorts of hissy fits about people "swanning in at all times," so I left an extra twenty minutes early, in case it was a bad day. I can already see: It's a god-awful day. They've been having a lot of problems on our line recently and keep cancelling trains with no warning. Trouble is, in London rush hour, you can't just cancel trains. What are all the people who were planning to get on that train supposed to do? Evaporate? 
Why is her boss angry?
Options:
1) Because he has started suffering from fits.
2) Because it is a bad day.
3) Because she was late the day before.
4) Because employees are coming late to work.
Correct Answer: Because employees are coming late to work.
Candidate Answer: Because employees are coming late to work.

Q4 - A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
My coat's pretty warm, even though it cost £9.99 and came from the flea market. It had a label in it, CHRISTIN BIOR, but I cut it out as soon as I got home. You can't work where I work and have CHRISTIN BIOR in your coat. You could have a genuine vintage Christian Dior label. Or something Japanese. Or maybe no label because you make your clothes yourself out of retro fabrics that you source at Alfies Antiques. But not CHRISTIN BIOR.
As I get near Catford Bridge, I start to feel a knot of tension. I really don't want to be late today. My boss has started throwing all sorts of hissy fits about people "swanning in at all times," so I left an extra twenty minutes early, in case it was a bad day. I can already see: It's a god-awful day. They've been having a lot of problems on our line recently and keep cancelling trains with no warning. Trouble is, in London rush hour, you can't just cancel trains. What are all the people who were planning to get on that train supposed to do? Evaporate?
What has been the problem with London trains lately?
Options:
1) The trains have become awful.
2) There are more trains during rush hour.
3) People are late to work because of train delays.
4) Trains are cancelled without prior intimation.
Correct Answer: Trains are cancelled without prior intimation.

Q5 - A passage is given with 5 questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
My coat's pretty warm, even though it cost £9.99 and came from the flea market. It had a label in it, CHRISTIN BIOR, but I cut it out as soon as I got home. You can't work where I work and have CHRISTIN BIOR in your coat. You could have a genuine vintage Christian Dior label. Or something Japanese. Or maybe no label because you make your clothes yourself out of retro fabrics that you source at Alfies Antiques. But not CHRISTIN BIOR.
As I get near Catford Bridge, I start to feel a knot of tension. I really don't want to be late today. My boss has started throwing all sorts of hissy fits about people "swanning in at all times," so I left an extra twenty minutes early, in case it was a bad day. I can already see: It's a god-awful day. They've been having a lot of problems on our line recently and keep cancelling trains with no warning. Trouble is, in London rush hour, you can't just cancel trains. What are all the people who were planning to get on that train supposed to do? Evaporate?
Which of the following situations creates a 'bad day' for the author?
Options:                                        
1) Being c aught wearing a cheap brand coat.
2) Cancelled trains during London rush hour.
3) When other employees are on time but she is late.
4) Having to spend money on expensive clothes.

Correct Answer: Cancelled trains during London rush hour.

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