UPSSSC PET Hindi Grammar Practice Set 20

UPSSSC PET Hindi Grammar Practice Set 20 : The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has started the process of conducting Preliminary Qualifying Test (PET) for Group ‘C’ recruitment. Under which this examination was to be conducted in September but due to some reason now its examination will be conducted in the month of October. Let us tell you that only after qualifying this exam, candidates can appear in Group ‘C’ exam. In such a situation, candidates need to work hard to achieve success, for which it is very important to focus on studies under a strategy.

Therefore, today we have brought 25 very important questions of Hindi grammar through this article, by studying which you can make your preparation stronger and get success in the examination.

UPSSSC PET Hindi Grammar Practice Set 20
UPSSSC PET Hindi Grammar Practice Set 20

UPSSSC PET Hindi Grammar Practice Set 20

Question. What gender is there in the form of a noun that denotes femininity?

  • masculine
  • feminine
  • neuting
  • hermaphrodite

Answer: 2

Question. What is used to make the plural of the unstressed feminine word?

  • Instead of ending vowel, do ‘o’.
  • Put ‘aye’ with the ending vowel.
  • Instead of ending vowel, do ‘A’.
  • Instead of the ending vowel, do ‘come’.

Answer: 3

Question. What is the plural form of Urdu word ‘Sauda’?

  • Its form changes.
  • There is no change in its form.
  • Its substitutes are used in the plural.
  • Put ‘gar’ at the end of it.

Answer 1

Question. What is the plural of ‘I’ in Hindi?

  • We
  • both of us
  • We all
  • we people

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • Some words often come in the plural due to emotion. The form of proper possessive masculine nouns changes to plural.
  • Some Arabic plural words are used in singular in Hindi.
  • The plural form of old lady is impure.

Answer: 2

Question. Who had tied the widow with these black chains? Why is the face of the beanie of gems filled with diamonds?

What is the embellishment in these poetic lines?

  • alliteration
  • pun
  • Hyperbola
  • mucus

Answer: 3

Question. Which of the following statements is completely related to Tatpurusha Samas?

  • In this, the former position is predominant.
  • In this the preceding term is numerical.
  • In this, the answer term is often the main one.
  • It contains the former term.

Answer: 3

Question. In a compound word in which the previous term and the post term are secondary and a third term is dominant, what is the compound there?

  • polyhedron
  • staff
  • Tatpurush
  • duel

Answer 1

Question. What is the meaning of ‘analog’?

  • Tatpurush
  • polyhedron
  • staff
  • extravagance

Answer: 4

Question. The correct break-up of ‘reasonably’ is-

  • as + proper
  • as + u + head
  • as + proper
  • as + appropriate

Answer: 3

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Question. The correct disjunction of ‘student’ is-

  • Vidya + Rathi
  • academic + knowledgeable
  • knowledge + meaning
  • Vidya + Arthi

Answer: 3

Question. The correct disjunction of ‘sailor’ is-

  • nine + vic
  • Na + Vic
  • No + Avik
  • nine + one

Answer: 4

Question. The correct break-up of ‘behavior’ is-

  • v + av + necklace
  • vyav + necklace + iq
  • Vy + Vahar
  • vy + v + necklace

Answer 1

Question. The correct break-up of ‘Careful’ is-

  • Saw + Paddy
  • sa + vadhan
  • C + Attention
  • c + attention

Answer: 4

Question. The correct break-up of ‘Maharishi’ is-

  • Mahat + Rishi
  • great + sage
  • Maha + Rishi
  • mahar + sage

Answer: 3

Question. The correct break-up of ‘Nishchal’ is-

  • free + running
  • sure + moving
  • free + running
  • free + immovable

Answer:

Question. The correct break-up of ‘Saddharma’ is-

  • Sad + Dharma
  • good + iniquity
  • c + religion
  • truth + religion

Answer: 4

Question. Select the correct sentence from the following-

  • Ayush and Richa went to the market.
  • On the way, both of them got into an argument.
  • This story has been written by a female writer.
  • The child said that father has come.

Answer: 2

Question. Select the correct sentence from the following-

  • Boil dirty water and drink it.
  • Neighbor congratulated me on Independence Day.
  • The water of Yamuna is dirty and polluted.
  • Children play cricket.

Answer 1

Question. Select the correct sentence from the following-

  • It is very difficult to draw a straight line.
  • Welcome to my home
  • Junk food increases obesity.
  • Green trees give oxygen.

Answer 1

Question. The true meaning of the phrase ‘drinking in tears’ is-

  • quench hunger with tears in the absence of food
  • don’t let the tears flow
  • Getting angry
  • suffer silently

Answer: 4

Question. The apt meaning of the proverb ‘Aandhi Aaye Aaye Seth Gain’ is-

  • turn away from trouble
  • waiting for the right time in adversity
  • courage to face adversity
  • wait for rain after the storm

Answer: 2

Question. The apt meaning of ‘to be a bookworm’ is-

  • destroyer of valuables
  • inhospitable
  • heavy reading
  • enemy of knowledge

Answer: 3

Question. The apt meaning of ‘opening the balance sheet’ is-

  • uncover all
  • rough work
  • cover up
  • raw ear

Answer 1

Question. Charan Kamal Bandau Hari Rai. What is the embellishment in this poetic line?

  • analogy
  • allegory
  • mucus
  • inducement

Answer : ?

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