Aurangabad Talathi Recruitment Question Paper
Aurangabad collector office recruitment 2016 has started for talathi and clerk posts. Candidates from aurangabad districts are now busy in filling up the application forms. So for the preparation of aurangabad talathi english question paper is posted on talathibharti.com. So user from aurangabad districts can now do study for talathi exam to achieve sure success. Today this aurangabad talathi question paper set is of english subject.
Aurangabad Talathi English Question Paper:
Aurangabad talathi question paper set is provided by us to help you to get idea of talathi exam. This recruitment process is not so hard, but you to prepare well for get the success. This recruitment process is generally based upon the normal syllabus. But you have to stay updated with the latest news i.e current affairs. Now lets see the aurangabad talathi bharti question paper set.
Aurangabad Talathi Bharti Sample Questions of English (Exam 2014)
No sooner than he reached the station, the train whistled off
No sooner didi he reach the station than the train whistled off
No sooner the train whistled off, than he reached the station
As soon as he reached the station, no sooner than the train whistled off
Throw the stone to make me run
If you throw the stone, I will run
If I run, you throw the stone
I will run because you throe the stone
Maya seldom visits Mina and company, does she?
Maya seldom visits Mina and company, doen't she?
Maya seldom visits Mina and company, didi she?
Maya seldom visits Mina and company, didn't she?
Whom is English taught to you?
By whom are you taught English
Is English taught to you by whome?
By whom do you taught English
To do a vain thing
To try to take work from a weak horse
To revive interest in a outdated subject
To beat ahorse that is dead
Adjective of Number
Adjevtive of Quantity
Adjevtive of Quanity
Nony of these
No other town in India is as rich as Bombay
Bombay is richer from any other towns in India
Bombay isone of the richest towns in India
Bombay is richer than most other towns in India
He asked to him if his name was Ahmed
He enquired to him whether whose name was Ahmed
He enquired whether his name was not Ahmed
He asked to him if him if his name were Ahmed
What was the fine morning!
How fine was the morning!
The morning was very fine!
What a fine morning it was!
Subject of verb
Object of verb
Complement of verb
Object of preposition
Not only he was a statesman but also he was a poet
He was not only a statesman but also a poet
He was but also a poet not only was he a statesman
He was not only but also both a statesman and a poet
She asked her mother what she should say
She asked her mother whether she should say
She asked what she should say to mother
She asked her mother that what she should have said