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Lightbulb Preparation of Part 1 of All FPSC Objective Papers

Part 1 of All FPSC Objective Papers mostly consists of English: Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure.
Can someone give us a "detailed" outline of this section?
Can someone please suggest reliable resource for preparing for this section?

Moreover, can someone pls put some light on how general recruitment objective type papers are set? For e.g.: Does FPSC has a pool of questions like ETS? If yes, nearly how frequently is it updated? Are the paper setters permanently hired by FPSC?
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