Apr 9, 2019

WBPSC Clerkship Previous Year Question 2004 Part 1

WBPSC Clerkship Previous Year Question 2004
The candidates can start your preparation after checking the syllabus and downloading the previous year’s question papers along with the answers of asked questions. The WBPSC Clerk Previous Papers will be helpful for the applicants preparation. By referring these WB PSC Clerkship Old Question Papers, you can know the exam difficulty level, asked questions, exam structure.
So that you can prepare with these Asked Questions. There may be chance of repeating the questions from the WBPSC Previous Years Papers. Download and refer the West Bengal Public Service Commission Clerk Sample Papers & Solved Question Papers from the below attachments.


WBPSC Clerkship Previous Year Question


1. Of the four which sentence is correctly punctuated?
(A) The educative value of Travelling is also too great.
(B) The, educative value, of Travelling is also too great.
(C) The educative value of Travelling is also too great.
(D) The educative value, of Travelling is also too great!

2. Fill in the blank with suitable preposition from the list: He lives _____________ honest means.
(A) On
(B) From
(C) By
(D) With

3. Choose the correct spelling from the options given:
(A) Benefited
(B) Benefitted
(C) Benifited
(D) Benifitted

4. Choose the correct form of the verb from the options given to fill in the blank: After reaching the station, we found that the train _________.
(A) Left
(B) Has left
(C) Is leaving
(D) Had left C

5. Complete the Idiom by choosing the right part from the alternatives given below: _________ is the spice of life.
(A) Fun
(B) Beauty
(C) Variety
(D) Honesty

6. Which ‘Wh’ form is applicable, to make the following assertive sentence, a proper interrogative sentence: I shall go to Delhi tomorrow.
(A) Which
(B) When
(C) Who
(D) What

7. Find out from the given words the opposite of ‘Superior’
(A) Junior
(B) Inferior
(C) Small
(D) Big

8. Find out the appropriate preposition to fill up the gap: We have free access ____________ the library.
(A) To
(B) For
(C) Into
(D) An

9. Replace the underlined verb with the most appropriate phrasal verb: The cat chased the rat.
(A) Made at
(B) Made after
(C) Made over
(D) Made off

10. Replace the underlined verb with the most appropriate phrasal verb from the list: l must start my packing.
(A) Set about
(B) Set in
(C) Set forth
(D) Set upon

11. Replace the underlined word with the right alternative from the options given: Many children develop fears of imaginary dangers.
(A) Absurd
(B) Fanciful
(C) Plentiful
(D) Cheap

12. Fill up the blank by choosing correct preposition from below: The trees are far _____________ the house.
(A) To
(B) Of
(C) From
(D) On

13. Choose from the following, the correct indirect form of the sentence given: I said to the boy, “l like you”.
(A) I told the boy that I liked him.
(B) That I .liked the boy I told him.
(C) I liked the boy because I told that to him.
(D) The boy was liked by me.

14. Choose the appropriate meaning of the underlined section in the given sentence from the options provided: Flocks of sheep Jostled and bleated in the street.
(A) Pushed roughly
(B) Fought
(C) Quarrelled
(D) Opposed

15. Choose the right alternative from the options given: The word ‘potable’ is used to describe something.
(A) Movable
(B) Portable
(C) Breakable
(D) Drinkable

16. Choose the word from the list which is opposite in meaning to the word given: The photos made him look quite attractive. The opposite of ‘attractive’ is
(A) Inactive
(B) Prohibitive
(C) Indecent
(D) Repulsive

17. Find out the appropriate word, that befits the underlined part of the sentence: He has put aside a good sum of money.
(A) Saved
(B) Keep
(C) Help
(D) Reserve

18. Find from below, the word that means: An unknown person
(A) Friend
(B) Foe
(C) Stranger
(D) Visitor

19. Complete the idiom, choosing the right ending: "We live in deeds _________”.
(A) Many years
(B) Not in years
(C) Saves nine
(D) You reap

20. Choose the most appropriate phrasal verb from the options given to replace the underlined part of the sentence: She has been devoid of food for three days.
(A) Going off
(B) Going without
(C) Going behind
(D) Going against

21. Choose the correct option to complete the sentence : There is ___________ between the cup and the lips.
(A) Many slips
(B) Many touches
(C) Many a slip
(D) Touches

22. Choose the right alternative from the options given to fill in the blank: Students should not unfair means in the examination.
(A) Adept
(B) Adapt
(C) Adopt
(D) None of these

23. Find out from the following words, the word opposite in meaning to ‘Increase’.
(A) Excess
(B) Decrease
(C) Wide
(D) More

24. Among the following four: Qilt is associated with
(A) Bed
(B) Bus
(C) Seat
(D) Lady

25. The word Cheerful means
(A) Happy
(B) Free
(C) Envy
(D) Poor

26. Choose the correct preposition to fill in the blank: Swimming is beneficial ____________ health.
(A) On
(B) For
(C) To
(D) Upon

27. Fill in the blanks with appropriate preposition from the list: What is the time ___________ your watch now?
A. In
B. By
C. On
D. At

28. Choose form the following words, the words nearest in meaning to the given word: Desire
A. Ear
B. Longing
C. Want
D. Obey

29. Find out the right word to complete the following sentence: The boy is not _________.
A. Man
B. Normal
C. Defective
D. Wall

30. Complete the sentence by choosing the right part: Some workers of the Factory _______________
A. Fell ill
B. At home
C. Safer place
D. Swallowed

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