English Precis and Composition Solved Paper MCQs CSS 2021

English Precis and Composition CSS 2021 Solved Paper held on 18th February 2021 conducted by FPSC. This solved paper of English Composition and will help the candidates in the evaluation of their MCQs, prepositions, idioms and phrases, synonyms and antonyms MCQs. Check below the complete solved paper.

Q. No. 5 (b) Re-write the following sentences (only five ) after filling in the blanks with appropriate Prepositions (05 Marks)

  1. The knavish wolf was able to convince of the pig to let him into his home.
  2. I looked this word up in the dictionary, but i still don’t understand it.
  3. I need to learn these verbs by heart by tomorrow.
  4. The morgue is redolent with the odour deceased individuals. 
  5. He is cogitating upon some means of revenge.
  6. He was reticent to do anything about the problem.
  7. His body is impervious to moisture.
  8. Ahmed applied at the bank for a loan.

Q. No. 4. Correct only Five of the following

  1. They were lieing in the Sun.   Correct Sentence (They were lying on the Sun)
  2. He will not come without he is asked. Correct (He will not come until he is asked).
  3. Is there a sport club nearby ? Correct (Is there any sports club nearby?)
  4. Could I have piece of please? Correct (Could i have piece of paper please?)
  5. The coat is quite big. Correct The coat is too big.

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CSS 2021 English Precis Solved Pair of Words

Gibe & Jibe

Gibe” (verb) means: to taunt, jeer, or make fun of.
Jibe” (verb) means: To agree.


Sarah’s friends gibed her for wearing sunglasses at night.
Laraib’s brother didn’t jibe with her idea of migration.

Epigram & Epigraph

Epigram” (noun) means: A brief, witty statement in prose (written work) or verse -similar to an aphorism (a brief saying/ phrase, which expresses an opinion or makes a statement of wisdom).
Epigraph” (noun) means: A quotation set at the beginning of a text (a poem, an essay, a book, a chapter of a book) to suggest its theme.


During his speech, Sir Syed Kazim Ali quoted an epigram from one of his favorite poets.
One of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s quotes was used as an epigraph on the school building named after him.

Brawl & Bawl

Brawl” (noun) means: A noisy quarrel or fight.
Brawl” (verb) means: To fight in a rough/ noisy/ uncontrolled way
Bawl” (verb) means: To cry/ shout loudly.


A few students were responsible for inciting a brawl after they accused the government of wrongdoings.
Mutahar and Khuleed spent yesterday night in separate police cells after brawling with hotel security guards.

“Get out of my car!” Alia bawled angrily.

Crib & Crypt

Crib” (noun) means: A small bed for a baby having high bars around the sides so that the kid cannot fall out.
Crypt” (noun) means: A cellar, vault, or underground chamber where bodies are sometimes buried.


My mother laid my younger sister back again in the crib.
While touring the ancient city Pompi, the tourists were told about the crypt of the old church, which had a musty dank smell.

Barmy & Balmy

Barmy” (Adj.) means: Slightly crazy or very silly/ foolish.
Balmy” (Adj.) means: Pleasantly warm or calm.


Laraib didn’t think that skydiving was a barmy idea, but her younger brother said it was the craziest thing he’d ever heard of.
The balmy breeze from the ocean created a comfortable environment for my wedding ceremony.

Monogamous & Monogenous

Monogamous” (Adj.) means: Having married to only one person at a time
Monogenous” (Adj.) means: Relating to monogenesis (development from a single source, e.g. a cell, an ancestor, or a language).


Every modern girl most commonly seeks a monogamous marriage-even in societies that allow polygamy.
The inherited disorders of haemoglobin and sickle-cell anaemia are by far the commonest monogenous diseases.

Solved Punctuation of CE-2021 English Precis

That familiarity produces neglect, has been long observed. The effect of all external objects, however, great or splendid, ceases with their novelty: the courtier stands without emotion in the royal presence; the rustic tramples under his foot the beauties of the spring with little attention to their colours or their fragrance; and the inhabitant of the coast, darts his eye upon the immense diffusion of waters, without awe, wonder, or terror.

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