English Reading Comprehension Questions with Answers for SSC CGL Mains Examination

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.
But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I'd had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I've unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I'm still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.
When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from fulllength pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it's time to start a new challenge.
Posts related to which topic does the writer want to remove from her feed?
Options:
1) Dark Chocolate
2) Make-up
3) Sari
4) Food
Correct Answer: Food

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.
But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I'd had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I've unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I'm still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.
When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from fulllength pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it's time to start a new challenge.
What has the writer succeeded in doing?
Options:
1) Lost the desired weight
2) Succeeded in overcoming temptations to order pizzas
3) Attended 30 gym classes without a break
4) Removed unhealthy posts including about chocolates
Correct Answer: Attended 30 gym classes without a break

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.
But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I'd had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I've unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I'm still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.
When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from fulllength pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it's time to start a new challenge.
Which of the following is a page related to chocolate?
Options:
1) Earth L oaf
2) Buzzfeed Tasty
3) TasteMade
4) Tiny Kitchen
Correct Answer: Earth Loaf

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.
But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I'd had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I've unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I'm still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.
When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from fulllength pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it's time to start a new challenge.
What weight loss program has the writer enrolled in?
Options:
1) 30 Straight gym classes
2) Couch to 5K
3) Mason & Co
4) Eat chocolate to lose weight
Correct Answer: Couch to 5K

Q5 - A passage is given with 1 question following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
But before I could be inspired by these amazing people, I had to cleanse my feed. I know my weaknesses: just last week, Facebook memories reminded me of a pizza party I'd had two years ago and I ended up ordering a chicken dominator, with garlic breadsticks and an jalapeno cheese dip. So much for Day One of Couch to 5K training. I stayed right on that couch. So far I've unfollowed Buzzfeed Tasty, TasteMade (even their adorable Tiny Kitchen) and several people who have the enviable advantage of being able to eat as much as they want and not put on weight. By my calculations, dark chocolate is healthy, so I'm still following Earth Loaf, Pascati and Mason & Co.
When I finally found a gym I liked, with the best trainers I have had, I unabashedly shared my workouts every day. From shying away from fulllength pictures, I reached a point where I could share videos of myself deadlifting and doing back squats with a barbell across my shoulders. It gave me accountability: I challenged myself to go to the gym for 30 classes straight, and I did it. Which reminds me, it's time to start a new challenge.
What gave the writer accountability?
Options:
1) Sharing her workout videos on social media
2) Unfollowing people and pages not related to health
3) Going to the gym daily
4) Doing challenging exercises like deadlifting
Correct Answer: Sharing her workout videos on social media

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