Must study to get success in the exam

UP Lekhpal Hindi Practice Set 06 : Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) had issued notification for the recruitment of 8085 vacant posts for Lekhpal in Uttar Pradesh and its examination was scheduled to be held on 24 July 2022 but due to some unavoidable reasons, the examination has been postponed. But recently a new exam date has been issued by the commission which is 31st July 2022 and the admit card for this recruitment has been issued by the commission.

As you know, there are very few days left in the Lekhpal Recruitment Exam and in such a situation, studying the practice set in the last days of the exam can prove to be good for the candidates. Today we are going to make you aware of some important questions in Hindi language which are very important from the perspective of Lekhpal recruitment exam, so candidates must read these questions.

UP Lekhpal Hindi Practice Set 06
UP Lekhpal Hindi Practice Set 06

UP Lekhpal Hindi Practice Set 06

Q. The antonym of the word ‘earning’ is-

  • acquired
  • disposal
  • Nectar
  • misfortune

Answer: 2

Question. Which is the wrong option pair?

  • annoyance
  • advanced advancement
  • bitter sweet
  • intelligent – wise

Answer: 2

Question. equal to none:

  • remarkable
  • Anupam
  • Extraordinary
  • transcendent

Answer: 2

Question. Choose one word for the given phrase. Direction between East and North-

  • igneous
  • Ishaan
  • airborne
  • southeast

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following is not a synonym for ‘ray’?

  • marichi
  • Pushkar
  • Rashmi
  • Brilliance

Answer: 2

Question. Choose the correct spelling

  • Samsaan
  • burial sites
  • crematorium
  • cremation ground

Answer: 3

Question. The correct spelling of these words is,

  • Jyotsna
  • jyotsna
  • Jyotsana
  • jyotsna

Answer: 2

Question. Blind person getting a valuable thing-

  • Even the blind can achieve his goal
  • find something in the dark
  • great success to the ineligible
  • trouble on trouble

Answer: 3

Question. What is the meaning of “mounting on the lathe”?

  • come face to face with the enemy
  • get into trouble
  • come in check
  • face the truth

Answer: 3

Question. Blank by choosing the correct one from the given alternatives
fill in the space

Thoughts are within everyone, but those thoughts are a………. Giving is not just for everyone.

  • direction
  • Way
  • Confirmation
  • Perseverance

Answer 1

Question. fill in the blank

Bananas …… peels ….. eat vegetables.

  • of, that
  • of, why
  • of, of
  • of, of

Answer 1

Question. Fill in the blanks: The face of our thoughts……. He who shows only that……. Is.

  • mind running
  • picture, false
  • violated, awakened
  • mirror, true

Answer: 4

Question. Government servants should apply properly

  • Right
  • thought
  • Channel
  • type

Answer: 3

Question. Where are you going? Explain the type of sentence:

  • proper sentence
  • Interrogative sentence
  • negative sentence
  • exclamatory sentence

Answer: 2

Question. ‘He wanted to escape punishment, so ran away.’ This is a compound sentence. Its simple form would be-

  • He ran away because he wanted to avoid punishment.
  • He fled to avoid punishment.
  • He ran away because he wanted to avoid punishment.
  • He ran because he had to avoid punishment.

Answer: 2

Question. There are three types of sandhi – vowel sandhi …… sandhi and …….

  • consonant, delicacy
  • yaan, etc.
  • dishes, dishes
  • etc., dishes

Answer 1

Question. What would be the dissolution of “friendly”?

  • interest + shi
  • interest + ashi
  • Hitesh + E
  • interest + shi

Answer: 2

Question. What is the essence of ‘God’?

  • staff
  • Duality
  • extravagance
  • hero

Answer 1

Question. Bhishma Pitamah had taken a vow not to marry for life. The ending of the underlined word will be:

  • extravagance
  • tapurush samasa
  • working class
  • double bond

Answer 1

Question. ‘Khag Kul-Kul-Kul Sa Bol Raha’ is an ornament of underlined words.

  • pun
  • mucus
  • analogy
  • allegory

Answer 1

Question. What is the verb in ‘to grab’?

  • inspirational
  • joint
  • imitative
  • Namdhatu

Answer: 4

Question. Read the instruction passage and answer the following questions.

Oh, how many beans did they burst in time! How many beans, how many lovely beans, how much this earth gives! How much does Mother Earth give to her beloved sons!
I could not understand its importance, in childhood, by sowing money out of selfish greed! Vasudha is the mother of the gem, now I can understand! In this the seeds of true equality have to be sown, the seeds of the capacity of the people have to be sown in it, so that the dust can be sown and then the golden crops of humanity – laugh with life’s labor. We will get what we sow.

Question. Whose importance did the poet not understand?

  • mother’s
  • of mother earth
  • laborious
  • of childhood

Answer: 2

Question. When will humanity’s golden crops grow?

  • when we work hard
  • When the seeds of equality and potential are sown.
  • when there is peace all around
  • when the dust turns gold

Answer: 2

Question. In what sense did the poet sow money in his childhood?

  • selflessly
  • thoughtfully
  • selfishly and greedily
  • infatuated

Answer: 3

Question. Synonyms of ‘eye’

  • elasticity
  • Pavak
  • Vasan
  • Prabha

Answer : ?

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