SSC Cloze Test Questions with Answers

Cloze Test

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Instructions

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about.t hen fill in the blanks with the help of the alternative given. Almost every full moon night, the officials in Andaman and Nicobar Islands take part in a cautious ritual. The tribesmen watch from a safe distance as the officials (186) the island in a boat (187) gifts for them. The islanders come (188) hesitantly only after the officials (189) dumped the coconuts brought (190) them onto the beach and begin (191) away from their small island. On some nights are tribles even (192) up enough courage to swim upto a few feet (193) from the boat. The officials maintain that they do (194) want to interfere with the way of life on the tribals. The island (195) heavily on the maintained for most goods.

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Directions:In the following passage some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill the blanks with the help of the alternative given.
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Science means knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy lies papaya; I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the ratio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.
Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science stars with observation.

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Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about.t hen fill in the blanks with the help of the alternative given. Almost every full moon night, the officials in Andaman and Nicobar Islands take part in a cautious ritual. The tribesmen watch from a safe distance as the officials (186) the island in a boat (187) gifts for them. The islanders come (188) hesitantly only after the officials (189) dumped the coconuts brought (190) them onto the beach and begin (191) away from their small island. On some nights are tribles even (192) up enough courage to swim upto a few feet (193) from the boat. The officials maintain that they do (194) want to interfere with the way of life on the tribals. The island (195) heavily on the maintained for most goods.

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Directions:In the following passage some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill the blanks with the help of the alternative given.
Passage
Science means knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy lies papaya; I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the ratio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.
Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science stars with observation.

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In the following passage  some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.


Mass communication is the delivery of....(1)...., ideas and entertainment to thousands or millions of …….(2)…….simultaneously; it is a force with incalculable…..(3)….on today's world. The ….(4)….. of mass communication rests…..(5)……the skills of the communicator to…..(6)…..the recipient's thinking….(7)…..stir emotions, to ……(8)…..him or her to…..(9)…..Mass communication is the one-to-one impact of one human intelligence upon…..(10)…...carried on thousand fold simultaneously among individuals who have no direct personal contact.

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Instructions

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about.t hen fill in the blanks with the help of the alternative given. Almost every full moon night, the officials in Andaman and Nicobar Islands take part in a cautious ritual. The tribesmen watch from a safe distance as the officials (186) the island in a boat (187) gifts for them. The islanders come (188) hesitantly only after the officials (189) dumped the coconuts brought (190) them onto the beach and begin (191) away from their small island. On some nights are tribles even (192) up enough courage to swim upto a few feet (193) from the boat. The officials maintain that they do (194) want to interfere with the way of life on the tribals. The island (195) heavily on the maintained for most goods.

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Directions:In the following passage some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill the blanks with the help of the alternative given.
Passage
Science means knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy lies papaya; I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the ratio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.
Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science stars with observation.

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In the following passage  some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.


Mass communication is the delivery of....(1)...., ideas and entertainment to thousands or millions of …….(2)…….simultaneously; it is a force with incalculable…..(3)….on today's world. The ….(4)….. of mass communication rests…..(5)……the skills of the communicator to…..(6)…..the recipient's thinking….(7)…..stir emotions, to ……(8)…..him or her to…..(9)…..Mass communication is the one-to-one impact of one human intelligence upon…..(10)…...carried on thousand fold simultaneously among individuals who have no direct personal contact.

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Instructions

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about.t hen fill in the blanks with the help of the alternative given. Almost every full moon night, the officials in Andaman and Nicobar Islands take part in a cautious ritual. The tribesmen watch from a safe distance as the officials (186) the island in a boat (187) gifts for them. The islanders come (188) hesitantly only after the officials (189) dumped the coconuts brought (190) them onto the beach and begin (191) away from their small island. On some nights are tribles even (192) up enough courage to swim upto a few feet (193) from the boat. The officials maintain that they do (194) want to interfere with the way of life on the tribals. The island (195) heavily on the maintained for most goods.

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