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Default answers of english paper CSS 2011

1. chornicle= account of event
2.flume= narrow gorge with a stream through it
3.Epitah= Tomb stone in cription
4.laconic= consice
5. shingle= Gravelly beach
6.filial = of son and daughter
7.misopedia= a hatred of children
8. Menage= house hold

Qno: (B)

1.Annihilate=
2.Brace= knock
3.Brusque=smoth
4.Concord=variance
5.conscientious=profilgate
6.Diplomatic= bungling
7.Hypocrisy= uprightness
8.onerous=Fluent[/SIZE]
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Ur title is very wel describing the paragraph

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Q:1(a)-Synonymous
1. Chronicle: Accounts of events
2. Flume: A narrow gorge with a stream running through it
3. Epitaph: Tomb stone Inscription
4. Laconic: Concise
5. Shingle: Gravely Beach
6. Filial: Of sons and daughters
7. Misopedia: A hatred for children
8. Menage: Household


Q:1(b)-Antonymous
1. Annihilate: augment
2. Brace : Knock
3. Brusque: Smooth
4. Concord: variance
5. unconscientious: profligate
6. Diplomatic : shrewd
7. hypocrisy: uprightness
8. Onerous: Difficult


5(a):idioms
1. Dog in the manger: person who stops others using a thing for which he or she has no use.
2. Close shave: Something achieved (or escaped) by a narrow margin
3. Freudian slip: unintentional verbal error revealing subconscious feelings.
4. Gordian knot: Any very difficult problem; insoluble in its own terms
5. Sugar daddy: elderly man who lavishes gifts on a young woman.
6. Wet blanket: Someone who spoils the pleasure of others


5(b):Pair of words

Capital: chief town or city of a country or region.
Capitol: A building occupied by a state legislature.
Assay: testing of a metal or ore to determine its ingredients and quality
Essay: A tentative attempt.
Envelope: folded paper container for a letter etc. wrapper, covering.
Envelop: wrap up or cover completely.
Decree: official legal order.
Degree: Level, point, stage.
Desolate: left alone; solitary, uninhabited, ruined, dreary.
Dissolute: immoral.
Species: A specific kind of something
Specie: Coins collectively
Tortuous: Not straightforward, Complex
Torturous: Extremely painful
Wet: Covered or soaked with a liquid such as water.
Whet: Quicken
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Q.6 (a).Correct the incorrect.

My try goes here.

1. Please speak to the concerned clerk.
Please speak the concerned clerk.

2. They have got time too short for that.
They have got too short time for that.

3. Not only he was a thief, but he was also a murderer.
He was not only a thief but also a murdered.

4. They thought that the plan would be succeed.
They thought that the plan would succeed.

5. It is unlikely that he wins the race.
It is unlikely he wins the race.

6. My uncle has told me something about it yesterday.
My uncle told me about it yesterday.

7. They prevented the driver to stop.
They prevented the driver from stopping.

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Q.6 (a).Correct the incorrect.



7. They prevented the driver to stop.
They prevented the driver from stopping.

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In this sentence there is syntax error if I am correct. Otherwise the sentence structure is in accordance with the rules, again correct me if i am wrong
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In this sentence there is syntax error if I am correct. Otherwise the sentence structure is in accordance with the rules, again correct me if i am wrong
They made the driver to stop.
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They made the driver to stop.
The best would be: They asked the driver to stop.
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It was quite an easy paper. I was astonished at the hype created by some previous CSS candidates that this paper is tough. As a matter of fact, i knew all of the MCQs and got all 10 correct. If only they allowed and took into consideration a candidate's extra attempt of MCQs *sigh*
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They made the driver to stop.
as far as my knowledge is concerned i believe made k baad "to" nahi lagta...
we normally say we made him do that, i made her go to school etc...so technically it isn't right.
They asked the driver to stop or they ordered the driver to stop is the right format
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