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ESIC UDC Exam English Comprehension Quiz 3 | 30 Important Questions for ESIC UDC Exam on 19 April – ESIC UDC Exam will be held on 19 March 2022. Employees State Insurance Corporation is conducting Examination for the Upper Division Clerk (UDC). Recently ESIC Released Admit Card for UDC and Stenographer Exam. Candidates should download their admit card Before the Downloading window closes. 

 In this ‘ESIC UDC Exam English Comprehension Quiz 3’ we have shared 30 Important Questions of English Comprehension for the upcoming ESIC Upper Division Clerk Exam on 19 March 2022. Candidates who are going to participate in this exam should read all these 30 questions before attending the exam. 

ESIC UDC Exam English Comprehension Quiz 3
ESIC UDC Exam English Comprehension Quiz 3

Note – Answers for following questions given at the end of this post. You can check out Answers according to question numbers. 

ESIC UDC Exam English Comprehension Quiz 3

Directions (Q. Nos. 1 and 2) Choose the  opposite word in meaning to the given word.  


  • (a) Dense 
  • (b) Fertile  
  • (c) Barren 
  • (d) Infertile  


  • (a) Careless 
  • (b) Miserly  
  • (c) Foolish 
  • (d) Strange  

Directions (Q. Nos. 3 and 4) Choose  the one which can be substituted for the  given words/sentences.  

Q 3. Introductory part or lines to a  discourse or play.  

  • (a) Blurb 
  • (b) Monologue  
  • (c) Epilogue 
  • (d) Prologue  

Q 4. A cinema show held in the  afternoon.  

  • (a) Play 
  • (b) Premiere  
  • (c) Epilogue  
  • (d) Matinee  

Directions (Q. Nos. 5 and 6) Find out  which part of the sentence has an error  and select the appropriate option.  

Q 5. Everyday we hear about (a)/ senior  citizens being robbed (b)/ and even  kill in cold blood. (c)/ No error (d) 

Q 6. People are wanting (a)/ to see the  home team (b)/win the game. (c)/  No error(d)  

Directions (Q. Nos. 7 and 8) Fill in the  blanks with the appropriate word.  

Q 7. …… man standing in that corner  is a police man in plain clothes.  

  • (a) some 
  • (b) Any 
  • (c) A 
  • (d) The  

Q 8. Why are you always so suspicious  …… me?  

  • (a) to
  • (b) with
  • (c) of 
  • (d) for  

Directions (Q. Nos. 9 and 10) Improve  the underlined part of the given sentence  with the help of given alternatives.  

Q 9. I have been to a few of his talks  but understood little of what he  had said.  

  • (a) little of what he said  
  • (b) a little of what he has said  
  • (c) little of what he has talked  
  • (d) No improvement  

Q 10. I welcome all the delegates on  behalf of ABC Corporation.  

  • (a) on the account of  
  • (b) on the parts of  
  • (c) for  
  • (d) No improvement 

Directions (Q. Nos. 11 and 12) In the  following questions, four words are given  out of which one word is correctly spelt.  Select the correctly spelt word.  

Q 11.

  • (a) Mutiniers 
  • (b) Muteneers  
  • (c) Muteniers 
  • (d) Mutineers  

Q 12. 

  • (a) Obeisance 
  • (b) Obeisanse  
  • (c) Obesance 
  • (d) Obesanse  

Directions (Q. Nos. 13 and 14) In the  following questions, out of the four  alternatives, select the alternative which  best expresses the meaning of the  idiom/phrase.  

Q 13. Keep body and soul together  

  • (a) maintain his health  
  • (b) continue with his work  
  • (c) to have just enough to sustain 
  • (d) be physical and spiritual  

Q 14. Palm off  

  • (a) clearly visible 
  • (b) uneasy with something  
  • (c) to dispose off with the intent to  deceive  
  • (d) conceal  

Directions (Q. Nos. 15 and 16) Choose  the one which best expresses the meaning  of the given word. 


  • (a) Proud 
  • (b) Envious  
  • (c) Greedy 
  • (d) Lustful  

Q 16. QUEST  

  • (a) Trial 
  • (b) Test  
  • (c) Search 
  • (d) Decision  

Directions (Q. Nos. 17 and 18) A  sentence has been given Direct/Indirect.  Out of the four alternatives suggested,  select the one which best expresses the  same sentence in Indirect/Direct.  

Q 17. The peon said to this officer,  ‘‘Please forgive me’’.  

  • (a) The peon requested his officer that  he forgive him.  
  • (b) The peon requested his officer to  forgive him.  
  • (c) The peon said to his officer that he  should forgive him.  
  • (d) The peon told his officer please  forgive him.  

Q 18. My brother told me that he would  buy me a notepad the next day.  

  • (a) My brother said to me, ‘‘I will be  buying you a notepad tomorrow’’  
  • (b) My brother said to me, ‘‘I would  buy you a notepad tomorrow’’.  
  • (c) My brother said to me, ‘‘I shall  buy you a notepad tomorrow’’.  
  • (d) My brother said to me, ‘‘I am  going to buy you a notepad  tomorrow’’.  

Directions (Q. Nos. 19 and 20) A  sentence has been given in Active/Passive  voice. Out of the four alternatives  suggested, select the one which best  expresses the same sentence in  Passive/Active voice.  

Q 19. Take the medicine.  

  • (a) You are requested to take the  medicine  
  • (b) Let the medicine be taken  
  • (c) The medicine must take you  
  • (d) The medicine is to be taken by you  

Q 20. I cannot trust him any more.  

  • (a) He cannot be trusted by me any  more  
  • (b) He could not be trusted by me any  more  
  • (c) He may not be trusted by me any  more  
  • (d) He cannot trust by me any more  

Directions (Q. Nos. 21-25) A passage is  given with 5 questions following it. Read  the passage carefully and choose the best  answer to each question out of the four  alternatives.  

Without breakfast, all of us-irrespective of age  are likely to experience the late morning  slump; tiredness, sleepiness and the urge to  sit back. Our efficiency goes down further as the day progresses. Moreover, skipping the  first meal of the day leads to intense hunger  pangs by late morning and we end up eating  chips, samosas, burgers or other high-fat  unhealthy foods. Breakfast-skippers are more  likely to be overweight. A good breakfast  leads to a more active, productive day.  Research has found a definite connection  between skipping breakfast and memory  impairment in both young and older adults.  Moreover, breakfast is directly linked with  performance in school and college. Breakfast  should contribute at least one fourth of our  daily requirement of nutrients. An ideal  breakfast should contain adequate amounts  of carbohydrates, proteins and fats in  addition to minerals and vitamins. Essentially,  this means including most of our food groups  in the morning meal. Whole grain  cereals-like atta in parathas and puris dalia,  suji, etc. are an integral part of the traditional  Indian breakfast. Their high fibre and protein  content provides a feeling of satisfaction,  which lowers the urge to snack before lunch.  On the other hand, high-sugar foods actually  make people sleepier, not active.  Milk, cheese, eggs or dals (as sprouts in idli  or dosas or as sambhar) are other protein  sources. A serving of milk (one cup) provides  B-Complex vitamins and also minerals like  zinc, magnesium and calcium. Fruits or  vegetables provide valuable vitamin C and  keep constipation away.  

Q 21. We experience sleepiness in the  morning because  

  • (a) we eat breakfast  
  • (b) we skip breakfast  
  • (c) efficiency goes down  
  • (d) we feel tired and sleepy  

Q 22. We eat unhealthy food when  

  • (a) we suffer from hunger  
  • (b) we have become over-weight  
  • (c) we have skipped the first meal  
  • (d) we love chips, burgers, etc.  

Q 23. A good breakfast  

  • (a) keeps you active  
  • (b) causes memory loss  
  • (c) boosts performance 
  • (d) keeps you active; boosts  performance  

Q 24. An ideal breakfast should contain  

  • (a) carbohydrates, proteins, fats,  minerals and vitamins  
  • (b) some food groups  
  • (c) only high fibre and protein 
  • (d) food of our choice  

Q 25. Breakfast is a satisfying when  

  • (a) it is rich in fatty foods 
  • (b) It contains high protein and fibre  content  
  • (c) it is rich in carbohydrates, proteins  and fats  
  • (d) we eat to our heart’s content  

Directions (Q. Nos. 26-30) A passage is  given with 5 questions following it. Read  the passage carefully and choose the best  answer to each questions out of the four  alternatives  

Until he was ten, young Alexander Fleming  attended the nearby Loudoun Moor School.  He was then transferred to Darvel School  which he attended with his brothers.  Alexander learned a good deal about nature  during that four mile downhill hike to school  and the four mile uphill return trip. He was a  quick student and at twelve, the age limit  prescribed for Darvel school, he was sent to  Kilmarmock Academy. Two years later he  joined his brothers John and Robert at the  home of his elder brother Thomas, who was  to become a successful occultist in London.  However, the economic success of the  family was yet to be and Alexander was  forced to leave school for economic reasons.  When he was sixteen, he obtained a job in a  shipping company. Good fortune, however,  was on his side and on the side of humanity.  In 1901, he received a share in a legacy  which made it possible for him to return to  school. He decided to study medicine.  

Q 26. Alexander trekked ……… miles  every day to attend Darvel school.  

  • (a) four 
  • (b) eight  
  • (c) twelve 
  • (d) sixteen  

27. He was a ‘quick student’ means  that Alexander  

  • (a) reached school before his brothers  
  • (b) was a lively student  
  • (c) ran the races  
  • (d) was a fast learner  

28. ‘‘…… and at twelve, the age limit  prescribed for Darvel school … ‘‘in  this context means that children  were  

  • (a) admitted to school at the age of  twelve  
  • (b) allowed to remain in the school  only up to the age of twelve  
  • (c) admitted to the school any time  after the age of twelve  
  • (d) not admitted to the school before  they were twelve  

Q 29. Alexander became well off 

  • (a) by working in shipping company  
  • (b) when his brother became a  successful occultist  
  • (b) because he studied medicine  
  • (d) by receiving a share in a legacy 

Q 30. Alexander left school  

  • (a) to study economics  
  • (b) to work with his brother  
  • (c) to study medicine  
  • (d) due to financial problems 

Answer Key – ESIC UDC Exam English Comprehension Quiz 3

1. (b) 2. (c) 3. (d) 4. (d) 5. (c) 6. (a) 7. (d) 8. (c) 9. (a) 10. (d)  11. (d) 12. (a) 13. (c) 14. (c) 15. (b) 16. (c) 17. (b) 18. (c) 19. (b) 20. (a)  21. (b) 22. (c) 23. (d) 24. (a) 25. (b) 26. (b) 27. (d) 28. (b) 29. (d) 30. (d) 

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