Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18


Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18

Today i am sharing Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18 with you. The modal verbs include can, must, may, might, will, would, should. They are used with other verbs to express ability, obligation, possibility, and so on. Below is a list showing the most useful modals and their most common meanings:so we provide you pdf (Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18)

Modals exercise for ssc Exams 

In sentence improvement questions a sentence is given with a word or phrase in bold letters or underlined.Four substitutes are given under the sentence as alternatives.The candidate has to find the error in the part that is in bold or underlined.Then find the correct answer from among the alternatives.Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18 After substituting the alternative the sentence becomes grammatically If the given sentence is correct and no substitute is required then the answer is “No Improvement.”Practice is the only trick to attempt sentence improvement questions.These questions require a good knowledge of common errors,vocabulary,correct use of phrases and overall rules of u can also download in pdf Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18.

Error Spotting Questions

Dear Readers, Here we have given the List of 47 Error Spotting Questions BASED on Previous Year IBPS PO Prelims Examination with explanation, candidates those who are preparing for the upcoming IBPS PO Prelims 2017 can use this.Modal verb ssc chsl cgl ibps po clerk exams 2017-18

                        Modal verb set

1. (a) He was so inquisitive/ (b) that he rose

many/ (c) questions in the class ./ (d) Noerror.

2. (a) He was borne of poor parents,/ (b) but

brought up/ (c) in an affluent family./ (d)No


3. (a) The university was/ (b) found in 1950/ (c)

when India was not self dependent in many

aspects./ (d) No error.

4. (a) I complaint against him/ (b) as in spite of

my repeated warnings/ (c) he failed to mend his

ways./ (d) No error.

5. (a) Failure must not have/ (b) permanent

affect on a person/ (c)because only the tough

survives./ (d) No error.

6. (a) I keep my cool/ (b) and never loose my

temper/ (c) even when provoked/ (d) No error.

7. (a) He lied on the grass/ (b) for hours/ (c)

enjoying the cool breeze./ (d) No error.

8. (a) During the rainy season/ (b) many rivers

overflew their banks/ (c) and caused great

difficulty./ (d) No error.

9. (a) He lay his luggage/ (b) aside and lay

down/ (c) to rest for a while ./ (d) No error.

10. (a) When calamity fell the village,/ (b) they

faced it/ (c) bravely./ (d) No error.

11. (a) The assassin was convicted/ (b) and

ordered to/ (c) be hung./ (d) No error.

12. (a) If I leave now,/ (b) I will not be able to/

(c) return back before 9 p.m ./ (d) No error.

13. (a) When the company offered him a purse

on his retirement/ (b) he refused to/ (c)

agree it ./ (d) No error.
14. (a) The timid creature was driven/ (b) into a

narrow lane/ (c) where it was slewed by the

kidnapper./ (d) No error.

15. (a) Being implicated in a murder case,/ (b)

he was conclusively suspected/ (c) for all the

unsovled murder cases./ (d) No error.

16. (a) My brother thinks/ (b) that somebody

must have dared/ (c) him steal the scooter./(d)

No error.

17. (a) When I was young,/ (b) I can run/ (c)

faster than Mohan./ (d) No error.

18. (a) Harish needs not/ (b) come here/ (c) as it

is getting dark./ (d) No error.

19. (a) He dare/ (b) not to/ (c) go there/ (d) No


20. (a) I use to/ (b) play Hockey/ (c) when I was

ten year old./ (d) No error.

21. (a) A soldier/ (b) could fight/ (c) for his

country and save his country’s honour./ (d) No


22. (a) I would rather/ (b) die/ (c) then beg./ (d)

No error.

23. (a) Run fast/ (b) lest you/ (c) will miss the

train/ (d) No error.

24. (a) He hoped/ (b) that he will/ (c) pass the

exam with flying colours./ (d) No error.

25. (a) You need to work hard/ (b) but you need

not/ (c) to waste time on unimportant lessons/

(d) No error.

26. (a) She would broke/ (b) a plate every day/

(c) when she came to Delhi last month./(d) No


27. (a) The old lady/ (b) prayed that he/ (c) may

live long./ (d) No error.

28. (a) Rama must not to/ (b) have treated his

mistress/ (c) like that./ (d) No error.

29. (a) Waste material/ (b) should be recycle/

(c) if possible/ (d) No error.

30. (a) The Government cannot/ (b) be able to

contain/ (c) Encephalitis by spending just 1% of

GDP on Health sector./ (d) No error.

31. (a) The police think/ (b) that he may be

there/ (c) yesterday at the scene of crime./ (d)

No error.

32. (a) “He may live long”/ (b) his sad mother/

(c) prayed./ (d) No error.

33. (a) He returned the purse/ (b) though he

could keep/ (c) it very easily./ (d) No error.

34. (a) When you were young/ (b) you ought to

learn/ (c) good habits./ (d) No error.

35. (a) If you get good marks/ (b) I shall happy/

(c) as much as you./ (d) No error.

36. (a) We ought to/ (b) honest/ (c) in our

dealings./ (d) No error.

37. (a) It is very cold here/ (b) I should bring/ (c)

my woolen clothes but I didn’t./ (d) No error.

38. (a) Are you/ (b) used to get/ (c) up early./ (d)

No error.

39. (a) Our knowledge of history does not come

to our help/ (b) and sometimes we even fail to

remember/ (c) who invented America./ (d) No


40. (a) I think/ (b) the news/ (c) might true./ (d)

No error.

41. (a) Very soon/ (b) I realised/ (c) that he is at

fault/ (d) No error.

42. (a) He remembered/ (b) that his visa/ (c) will

be expired in a month/ (d) No error.

43. (a) I wasn’t/ (b) at the last meeting and/ (c)

neither was you/ (d) No error.

44. (a) In any case no disciplinary action/ (b) are

required/ (c) to be taken/ (d) No error.

45. (a) The capital of Yemen/ (b) is situating/ (c)

2190 metres above the sea level/ (d) No error.

46. (a) Owing to the heavy rains,/ (b) the ship

drowned/ (c) in the middle of the ocean./ (d) No


47. (a) If your jogging clothes/ (b) were not

made of/ (c) permeable fabric you will drown/

(d) in your sweat.





1.       B
2.       A
3.       B
4.       A
5.       B
6.       B
7.       A
8.       B
9.       A
10.   A
11.   C
12.   C
13.   C
14.   C
15.   B
16.   C
17.   B
18.   A
19.   B
20.   A
21.   B
22.   C
23.   C
24.   B
25.   C
26.   A
27.   C
28.   A
29.   B
30.   B
31.   B
32.   A
33.   B
34.   B
35.   B
36.   A
37.   B
38.   B
39.   C
40.   C
41.   C
42.   C
43.   C
44.   B
45.   B
46.   B
47.   C


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