Verbal Aptitude Questions

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. They have been
    2. 2. very close friends
    3. 3. until they quarrelled.
    4. 4. No Error

1
They had been

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. Sixty miles
    2. 2. are
    3. 3. a good distance.
    4. 4. No Error

2
Sixty miles is a good distance.

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. You must
    2. 2. remember me
    3. 3. to post this letter.
    4. 4. No Error

2
remind me

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. May I
    2. 2. know who you want
    3. 3. to see please
    4. 4. No Error

2
know whom you want

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. My papa is
    2. 2. in bad mood
    3. 3. today
    4. 4. No Error

2
in a bad mood

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. Twice twelve
    2. 2. makes
    3. 3. twenty-four
    4. 4. No Error

2
make

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. My father goes
    2. 2. to the office
    3. 3. five day week.
    4. 4. No Error

3
five days a week

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. They
    2. 2. enjoyed thoroughly
    3. 3. at the party.
    4. 4. No Error

2
thoroughly enjoyed themselves

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. The school is
    2. 2. within hundred yards
    3. 3. from the church.
    4. 4. No Error

2
within a hundred yards

Q.- Read each answer - A B C D and spot the error in the sentence.

    1. 1. I wonder
    2. 2. how am I
    3. 3. to do it
    4. 4. No error.

2
how I am going

Q.- Spotting errors in English

    1. 1. The ship
    2. 2. was
    3. 3. loaded
    4. 4. with cotton

3
Correct : The ship was laden with cotton.

Q.- Spotting errors in English

    1. 1. It is high time
    2. 2. that
    3. 3. we leave
    4. 4. this place

3
It is high time that we left this place.

Q.- Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation if any)

    1. 1. He fell from a running train.
    2. 2. and would have died.
    3. 3. if the villagers did not get him admitted in the nearby hospital immediately.
    4. 4. No error.

3
if the villagers had not got him immediately admitted to a nearby hospital.

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. I could not convince them.
    2. 2. because they persisted to suggest
    3. 3. that I was lying.
    4. 4. No error.

2
because they persisted in suggesting

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. Were he
    2. 2. to see you
    3. 3. he would have been surprised.
    4. 4. No error.

1
if he were

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. Another reason for pharmaceutical companies beefing up their
    2. 2. OTC (Over the Country) divisions is that prescription drugs with proven safety records which have been reached
    3. 3. the end of the their patent protection periodare
    4. 4. allowed to be sold without a prescription. No error

2
OTC divisions is that prescription drugs with proven safety records which have reached

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. He explained the matter
    2. 2. at great length
    3. 3. but I was not the wiser
    4. 4. No error.

2
at length

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. When I get a cold
    2. 2. it takes me weeks
    3. 3. to shake it off.
    4. 4. No error.

1
When I catch cold

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. A body of volunteers
    2. 2. have been organised
    3. 3. to spread the message of the saint.
    4. 4. No error.

2
has been organised

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. Few scientists changed
    2. 2. people's ideas as much as
    3. 3. Darwin with his Theory of Evolution.
    4. 4. No error.

1
Few scientists have changed

Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. In these days of inflation
    2. 2. a ten rupee's note will not buy you
    3. 3. even an ordinary meal.
    4. 4. No error.

2
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. We discussed about the problem so thoroughly
    2. 2. on the eve of the examination
    3. 3. that I found it very easy to work it out.
    4. 4. No error.

1
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. He fell from a running train.
    2. 2. and would have died.
    3. 3. if the villagers did not get him admitted in the nearby hospital immediately.
    4. 4. No error.

3
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. I could not convince them.
    2. 2. because they persisted to suggest
    3. 3. that I was lying.
    4. 4. No error.

2
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. Were he
    2. 2. to see you
    3. 3. he would have been surprised.
    4. 4. No error.

1
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. Another reason for pharmaceutical companies beefing up their
    2. 2. OTC (Over the Country) divisions is that prescription drugs with proven safety records which have been reached
    3. 3. the end of the their patent protection periodare
    4. 4. allowed to be sold without a prescription. No error

2
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. He explained the matter
    2. 2. at great length
    3. 3. but I was not the wiser
    4. 4. No error.

2
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. When I get a cold
    2. 2. it takes me weeks
    3. 3. to shake it off.
    4. 4. No error.

1
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. A body of volunteers
    2. 2. have been organised
    3. 3. to spread the message of the saint.
    4. 4. No error.

2
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. Few scientists changed
    2. 2. people's ideas as much as
    3. 3. Darwin with his Theory of Evolution.
    4. 4. No error.

1
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. In these days of inflation
    2. 2. a ten rupee's note will not buy you
    3. 3. even an ordinary meal.
    4. 4. No error.

2
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Q.- Spotting Errors

    1. 1. We discussed about the problem so thoroughly
    2. 2. on the eve of the examination
    3. 3. that I found it very easy to work it out.
    4. 4. No error.

1
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Q.- Fill in the blank : God is ....

    1. 1. graceful
    2. 2. gracious
    3. 3. grateful
    4. 4. Ingrateful

2
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Q.- Fill in the blank : My father .... down for a nap.

    1. 1. lays
    2. 2. laid
    3. 3. lain
    4. 4. lie

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Q.- Fill in the blank : I shall take revenge .... you.

    1. 1. from
    2. 2. with
    3. 3. on
    4. 4. at

3
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Q.- Fill in the blank : This book is a useful .... to our library.

    1. 1. discovery
    2. 2. asset
    3. 3. addition
    4. 4. arrival

3
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Q.- Fill in the blank : The boy was cured .... typhoid.

    1. 1. from
    2. 2. of
    3. 3. for
    4. 4. through

2
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Q.- Fill in the blank : The thief .... all the money.

    1. 1. made up
    2. 2. made off with
    3. 3. mode do with
    4. 4. made good

2
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Q.- Fill in the blank : The luggage was .... heavy for him to lift

    1. 1. much
    2. 2. as
    3. 3. so
    4. 4. too

4
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Q.- Fill in the blank : The boy fell .... bicycle.

    1. 1. of
    2. 2. off
    3. 3. from
    4. 4. under

2
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Q.- Fill in the blank : The king .... the rebel.

    1. 1. excused
    2. 2. forgave
    3. 3. pardoned
    4. 4. none of these

3
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Q.- Fill in the blank : I shall call .... you tomorrow.

    1. 1. at
    2. 2. on
    3. 3. with
    4. 4. by

3
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Q.- Pick out the most effective word(s) from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete. He is so ?? that he immediately believe my story of ghosts.

    1. 1. innocent
    2. 2. credulous
    3. 3. vociferous
    4. 4. credible

2
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Q.- Colgate has also set an ambitious aim of ??on 8% value shared of tooth paste market by then end of first years.

    1. 1. cornering
    2. 2. soliciting
    3. 3. disturbing
    4. 4. keeping

1
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Q.- Do you know ???

    1. 1. where she comes from
    2. 2. where does she come from
    3. 3. where from she comes
    4. 4. from where does she come

1
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Q.- The more your action and thought are allied and ?? the happier you grow.

    1. 1. diverget
    2. 2. unravelled
    3. 3. integrated
    4. 4. invincible

3
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Q.- In a changing and ?? unstructured business environment creativity and innovation are being ?? demanded of executives.

    1. 1. highly extremely
    2. 2. progressively increasingly
    3. 3. increasingly moderately
    4. 4. excessively rapidly

2
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Q.- However the group?s long-term strategy is to ?? on core sector business connected with infrastructure and energy.

    1. 1. breed
    2. 2. develop
    3. 3. concentrate
    4. 4. depend

3
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Q.- This book is quite similar ??

    1. 1. with the "Treasure Island"
    2. 2. of that film we saw at school
    3. 3. to the one I read last week
    4. 4. than a story told by our teacher

4
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Q.- ?? of old paintings is a job for experts.

    1. 1. Resurrection
    2. 2. Retrieval
    3. 3. Restoration
    4. 4. Resumption

3
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Q.- ?? works of reference are valuable as Encyclopedia Brittanica.

    1. 1. A few
    2. 2. Few
    3. 3. The few
    4. 4. Fewer

2
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Q.- Many of the advances of civilisation have been conceived by young people just on the ?? of adulthood

    1. 1. boundary
    2. 2. threshold
    3. 3. peak
    4. 4. horizon

2
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Q.- Pick out the most effective word(s) from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete. He is so ?? that he immediately believe my story of ghosts.

    1. 1. innocent
    2. 2. credulous
    3. 3. vociferous
    4. 4. credible

2
No answer description available for this question

Q.- Colgate has also set an ambitious aim of ??on 8% value shared of tooth paste market by then end of first years.

    1. 1. cornering
    2. 2. soliciting
    3. 3. disturbing
    4. 4. keeping

1
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Q.- Do you know ???

    1. 1. where she comes from
    2. 2. where does she come from
    3. 3. where from she comes
    4. 4. from where does she come

1
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Q.- The more your action and thought are allied and ?? the happier you grow.

    1. 1. diverget
    2. 2. unravelled
    3. 3. integrated
    4. 4. invincible

3
No answer description available for this question

Q.- In a changing and ?? unstructured business environment creativity and innovation are being ?? demanded of executives.

    1. 1. highly extremely
    2. 2. progressively increasingly
    3. 3. increasingly moderately
    4. 4. excessively rapidly

2
No answer description available for this question

Q.- However the group?s long-term strategy is to ?? on core sector business connected with infrastructure and energy.

    1. 1. breed
    2. 2. develop
    3. 3. concentrate
    4. 4. depend

3
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Q.- This book is quite similar ??

    1. 1. with the "Treasure Island"
    2. 2. of that film we saw at school
    3. 3. to the one I read last week
    4. 4. than a story told by our teacher

4
No answer description available for this question

Q.- ?? of old paintings is a job for experts.

    1. 1. Resurrection
    2. 2. Retrieval
    3. 3. Restoration
    4. 4. Resumption

3
No answer description available for this question

Q.- ?? works of reference are valuable as Encyclopedia Brittanica.

    1. 1. A few
    2. 2. Few
    3. 3. The few
    4. 4. Fewer

2
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Q.- Many of the advances of civilisation have been conceived by young people just on the ?? of adulthood

    1. 1. boundary
    2. 2. threshold
    3. 3. peak
    4. 4. horizon

2
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Q.- I enclose P : and the postage Q : a postal order R : the price of books S : which will cover The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. RPSQ
    2. 2. QSPR
    3. 3. QSRP
    4. 4. QPSR

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Q.- We must read P : if we want to absorb the fruits of great literature Q : but with concentration R : them not as we do cricket stories S : undefined The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. QPSR
    2. 2. PSQR
    3. 3. PRSQ
    4. 4. PRQS

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Q.- With her body P : dragging her unwilling feet Q : weak and infirm R : doubled with age S : she persisted in her mission The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. QPRS
    3. 3. RQPS
    4. 4. SRPQ

3
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Q.- The master P : who was very loyal to him Q : punished the servant R : without giving any valid reason S : when he left the work unfinished The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. RQPS
    2. 2. RQSP
    3. 3. QPSR
    4. 4. QRPS

3
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Q.- All such students P : get success Q : who are honest and hard-working R : and recognition S : in very walk of life The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. SPRQ
    2. 2. PRQS
    3. 3. QPRS
    4. 4. PSRQ

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Q.- It was P : in keeping with my mood Q : a soft summer evening R : as I walked sedately S : in the direction of new house The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. SRPQ
    2. 2. QRPS
    3. 3. QPRS
    4. 4. SQPR

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Q.- He sat P : through the Town Hall Park Q : which flanked a path running R : under the boughs S : of a spreading tamarind tree The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. PQSR
    2. 2. RSQP
    3. 3. RSPQ
    4. 4. PRSQ

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Q.- I don't remember P : I saw a man dying in front of a hospital Q : but when I left lucknow in 1984 R : hit apparently by a fast moving car S : the exact date The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. SQRP
    2. 2. SQPR
    3. 3. QRPS
    4. 4. SPRQ

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Q.- Women P : till the other day Q : who were content being housewives R : about spending their time cooking S : now sound apologetic The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. RSPQ
    3. 3. QPSR
    4. 4. RQPS

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Q.- Then the women P : lamenting their evil desire Q : that had brought R : wept loudly S : this sorrow upon them The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. RPQS
    2. 2. RQPS
    3. 3. PQSR
    4. 4. PRQS

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Q.- In each question below there is a sentence of which some parts have been jumbled up. Rearrange these parts which are labelled P Q R and S to produce the correct sentence. Choose the proper sequence. Ordering of Words Questions and Answers I enclose P

    1. 1. RPSQ
    2. 2. QSPR
    3. 3. QSRP
    4. 4. QPSR

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QSRP

Q.- The national unity of a free people P : to make it impracticable Q : for there to be an arbitrary administration R : depends upon a sufficiently even balance of political power S : against a revolutionary opposition that is irreconcilably opposed to i

    1. 1. QRPS
    2. 2. QRSP
    3. 3. RPQS
    4. 4. RSPQ

4
RSPQ

Q.- A French woman P : committed suicide Q : where she had put up R : who had come to Calcutta S : by jumping from the first floor balcony of the hotel The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. PRQS
    2. 2. QSRP
    3. 3. RPSQ
    4. 4. SRQP

3
RPSQ

Q.- When it began to rain suddenly on the first of January P : to celebrate the new year Q : we ran for shelter R : to the neighbouring house S : where many people had gathered The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. QRPS
    2. 2. PSQR
    3. 3. PRSQ
    4. 4. QRSP

4
QRSP

Q.- Of many artists P : those who impressed me the most Q : I was a child R : but those with unique personalities off stage S : were not always the successful ones The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. SRQP
    2. 2. QRSP
    3. 3. RSPQ
    4. 4. QPSR

4
QPSR

Q.- The majestic mahogany table P : belongs to an old prince Q : which has one leg missing R : who is no impoverished S : but not without some pride The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. PQSR
    2. 2. QRSP
    3. 3. QPRS
    4. 4. PRSQ

3
QPRS

Q.- Then the women P : lamenting their evil desire Q : that had brought R : wept loudly S : this sorrow upon them The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. RPQS
    2. 2. RQPS
    3. 3. PQSR
    4. 4. PRQS

1
RPQS

Q.- I saw that P : but seeing my host in this mood Q : I deemed it proper to take leave R : as I had frequently done before S : it had been my intention to pass the night there The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. QPSR
    2. 2. QRPS
    3. 3. SPQR
    4. 4. SRPQ

4
SRPQ

Q.- Though he dialled frequently P : on telephone Q : my brother could not contact me R : and had left no information S : as I had gone out of office The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. QPRS
    2. 2. SQRP
    3. 3. QPSR
    4. 4. SPQR

3
QPSR

Q.- With her body P : dragging her unwilling feet Q : weak and infirm R : doubled with age S : she persisted in her mission The Proper sequence should be:

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. QPRS
    3. 3. RQPS
    4. 4. SRPQ

3
RQPS

Q.- Complete Sentence : His behaviour is so unpredictable that he ...

    1. 1. never depends upon others for getting his work done
    2. 2. is seldom trusted by others
    3. 3. always finds it difficult to keep his word
    4. 4. always insists on getting the work completed on time

2
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Q.- Complete Sentence : The officer who had neglected to file his income tax returns had to ...

    1. 1. return the files
    2. 2. pay a fine
    3. 3. be rewarded
    4. 4. play mischief

2
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Q.- Complete Sentence : He tames animals because he ...

    1. 1. is fond of them
    2. 2. hates them
    3. 3. is afraid of them
    4. 4. seldom loves them

1
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Q.- Complete Sentence : Even though it is very large house ...

    1. 1. there is a lot of space available in it for children
    2. 2. there is hardly any space available for children
    3. 3. there is no dearth of space for children
    4. 4. the servants take a long time to clean it

2
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Q.- Complete Sentence : He has no money now ...

    1. 1. although he was very poor once
    2. 2. as he has given up all his wealth
    3. 3. because he was very rich once
    4. 4. because he has received huge donation

2
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Q.- Complete Sentence : Dinesh is as stupid as he is lazy means ...

    1. 1. Dinesh is stupid because he is lazy
    2. 2. Dinesh is lazy because he is stupid
    3. 3. Dinesh is either stupid or lazy
    4. 4. Dinesh is equally stupid and lazy

4
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Q.- Complete Sentence : Practically very little work could be completed in the last week as it was ...

    1. 1. full of working days
    2. 2. a very hectic week
    3. 3. full of holidays
    4. 4. a very busy week

3
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Q.- Complete Sentence : It is an uphill task but you will have to do it means ...

    1. 1. The work is above the hill and you will have to do it
    2. 2. It is a very easy task but you must do it
    3. 3. It is very difficult task but you have to do it
    4. 4. This work is not reserved for you but you will have to do it

3
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Q.- Complete Sentence : Even if it rains I shall come means ...

    1. 1. if I come it will not rain
    2. 2. if it rains I shall not come
    3. 3. I will certainly come whether it rains or not
    4. 4. whenever there is rain I shall come

3
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Q.- Complete Sentence : I felt somewhat more relaxed ...

    1. 1. but tense as compared to earlier
    2. 2. and tense as compared to earlier
    3. 3. as there was already no tension at all
    4. 4. and tension-free as compared to earlier

4
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Q.- She never visits any zoo because she is strong opponent of the idea of ...

    1. 1. setting the animals free into forest
    2. 2. feeding the animals while others are watching
    3. 3. watching the animals in their natural abode
    4. 4. holding the animals in captivity for our joy

4
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Q.- The food in this hotel is no match to what were forced at late hours in Hotel Kohinoor "means ..."

    1. 1. The food in this hotel is quite good compared to what we ate at kohinoor
    2. 2. Hotel kohinoor served us good quality food than what we get here
    3. 3. Both hotels have maintained good quality of food
    4. 4. Both hotels serve poor quality of food

2
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Q.- You are thinking very highly about Ravi but he is not so " means ..."

    1. 1. Ravi is as good as you think about him
    2. 2. Ravi is much better than what you think of him
    3. 3. Your view about Ravi is philosophical keep it up
    4. 4. You have a good opinion about Ravi but he is not as good as you think

4
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Q.- Owing to the acute power shortage the people of our locality have decided to ...

    1. 1. resort to use of electricity only when it is inevitable
    2. 2. explore other avenues for utilising the excess power
    3. 3. off-switch the electrical appliance while not in use
    4. 4. resort to abundant use of electricity for illumination

1
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Q.- Practically very little work could be completed in the last week as it was ...

    1. 1. full of working days
    2. 2. a very hectic week
    3. 3. full of holidays
    4. 4. a very busy week

3
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Q.- With great efforts his son succeeded in convincing him not to donate his entire wealth to an orphanage ...

    1. 1. and lead the life of a wealthy merchant
    2. 2. but to a home for the forsaken children
    3. 3. and make an orphan of himself
    4. 4. as the orphanage needed a lot of donations

3
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Q.- It was an extremely pleasant surprise for the hutment-dweller when the Government officials told him that ...

    1. 1. he had to vacate hutment which he had been unauthorisedly occupying
    2. 2. he had been gifted with a furnished apartment in a multi-storeyed building
    3. 3. he would be arrested for wrongfully encroaching on the pavement outside his dwelling
    4. 4. they would not accede to his request

2
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Q.- In order to help the company attain its goal of enhancing profit all the employees ...

    1. 1. urged the management to grant paid leave
    2. 2. appealed the management to implement new welfare schemes
    3. 3. voluntarily offered to work overtime with lucrative compensation
    4. 4. voluntarily offered to render additional services in lieu of nothing

4
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Q.- Mahesh need not have purchased the bag means ...

    1. 1. it was not necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag but he has purchased it
    2. 2. it was necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag and he has not purchased it
    3. 3. it was not necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag and he has not purchased it
    4. 4. Mahesh already has a bag but still he purchased another one

1
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Q.- The officer who had neglected to files his income tax returns had to ...

    1. 1. return the files
    2. 2. pay a fine
    3. 3. be rewarded
    4. 4. play mischief

2
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Q.- In each question an incomplete statement (Stem) followed by fillers is given. Pick out the best one which can complete incomplete stem correctly and meaningfully. Completing Statements Questions and Answers His behaviour is so unpredictable that he

    1. 1. never depends upon others for getting his work done
    2. 2. is seldom trusted by others
    3. 3. always finds it difficult to keep his word
    4. 4. always finds it difficult to keep his word

2
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Q.- Mahesh need not have purchased the bag means

    1. 1. it was not necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag but he has purchased it.
    2. 2. it was necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag and he has not purchased it.
    3. 3. it was not necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag and he has not purchased it.
    4. 4. it was necessary for Mahesh to purchase the bag but he has not purchased it.

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Q.- In order to raise company s profit the employees

    1. 1. demanded two additional increments
    2. 2. decided to go on paid holidays
    3. 3. requested the management to implement new welfare schemes
    4. 4. offered to work overtime without any compensation

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Q.- It was an extremely pleasant surprise for the hutment-dweller when the Government officials told him that

    1. 1. he had to vacate hutment which he had been unauthorisedly occupying
    2. 2. he had been gifted with a furnished apartment in a multi-storeyed building
    3. 3. he would be arrested for wrongfully encroaching on the pavement outside his dwelling
    4. 4. they would not accede to his request

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Q.- With great efforts his son succeeded in convincing him not to donate his entire wealth to an orphanage ...

    1. 1. and lead the life of a wealthy merchant
    2. 2. but to a home for the forsaken children
    3. 3. and make an orphan of himself
    4. 4. as the orphanage had been set up by him

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Q.- It was an extremely pleasant surprise for the hutment-dweller when the Government officials told him that ...

    1. 1. he had to vacate hutment which he had been unauthorisedly occupying
    2. 2. he had been gifted with a furnished apartment in a multi-storeyed building.
    3. 3. he would be arrested for wrongfully encroaching on the pavement outside his dwelling.
    4. 4. they would not accede to his request.

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Q.- Because he believes in democratic principles he always ...

    1. 1. decides all the matters himself
    2. 2. listen to others views and enforces his own
    3. 3. shown respect to others opinions if they match his own
    4. 4. reconciles with the majority views and gives us his own

4
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Q.- She never visits any zoo because she is strong opponent of the idea of

    1. 1. setting the animals free into forest
    2. 2. feeding the animals while others are watching
    3. 3. watching the animals in their natural abode
    4. 4. holding the animals in captivity for our joy

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Q.- Anand stuck up a friendship with Mahesh in just 2 days means

    1. 1. Anand friendship with Mahesh came to an end recently
    2. 2. Anand found out the other friends of Mahesh
    3. 3. Anand fixed a deal with Mahesh in 2 days
    4. 4. Anand became a friend of Mahesh in less than 2 days

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Q.- Owing to the acute power shortage the people of our locality have decided to

    1. 1. dispense with other non-conventional energy sources
    2. 2. resort to abundant use of electricity for illumination
    3. 3. off-switch the electrical appliance while not in use
    4. 4. resort to use of electricity only when it is inevitable

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Q.- Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with they are not used to competition.In the past they sold whatever (1)? produced at whatever prices they chose. But ?(2)? increasing competition customers began to ?(3)? and choose. Imports suddenly beca

    1. 1. it
    2. 2. he
    3. 3. they
    4. 4. we

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Q.- Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with they are not used to competition.In the past they sold whatever (1)? produced at whatever prices they chose. But ?(2)? increasing competition customers began to ?(3)? and choose. Imports suddenly beca

    1. 1. with
    2. 2. by
    3. 3. after
    4. 4. from

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Q.- Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with they are not used to competition.In the past they sold whatever (1)? produced at whatever prices they chose. But ?(2)? increasing competition customers began to ?(3)? and choose. Imports suddenly beca

    1. 1. buy
    2. 2. take
    3. 3. pick
    4. 4. want

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Q.- Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with they are not used to competition.In the past they sold whatever (1)? produced at whatever prices they chose. But ?(2)? increasing competition customers began to ?(3)? and choose. Imports suddenly beca

    1. 1. hardly
    2. 2. easily
    3. 3. frequently
    4. 4. conviniently

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Q.- Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with they are not used to competition.In the past they sold whatever (1)? produced at whatever prices they chose. But ?(2)? increasing competition customers began to ?(3)? and choose. Imports suddenly beca

    1. 1. costs
    2. 2. returns
    3. 3. dividend
    4. 4. prices

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Q.- Let children learn to judge their own work. A child ?(1)? to talk does not learn ?(2)? being corrected all the time ?(3)? connected too much he will ?(4)? talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the ?(5)? he uses and the language

    1. 1. endeavouring
    2. 2. learning
    3. 3. experimenting
    4. 4. experiencing

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Q.- Let children learn to judge their own work. A child ?(1)? to talk does not learn ?(2)? being corrected all the time ?(3)? connected too much he will ?(4)? talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the ?(5)? he uses and the language

    1. 1. in
    2. 2. on
    3. 3. by
    4. 4. to

3
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Q.- Let children learn to judge their own work. A child ?(1)? to talk does not learn ?(2)? being corrected all the time ?(3)? connected too much he will ?(4)? talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the ?(5)? he uses and the language

    1. 1. unless
    2. 2. being
    3. 3. until
    4. 4. if

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Q.- Let children learn to judge their own work. A child ?(1)? to talk does not learn ?(2)? being corrected all the time ?(3)? connected too much he will ?(4)? talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the ?(5)? he uses and the language

    1. 1. stop
    2. 2. halt
    3. 3. avoid
    4. 4. shun

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Q.- Let children learn to judge their own work. A child ?(1)? to talk does not learn ?(2)? being corrected all the time ?(3)? connected too much he will ?(4)? talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the ?(5)? he uses and the language

    1. 1. speech
    2. 2. language
    3. 3. talk
    4. 4. skill

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1)that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainage

    1. 1. shown
    2. 2. derived
    3. 3. investigated
    4. 4. seen

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. intend
    2. 2. decided
    3. 3. behave
    4. 4. appear

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. intermittently
    2. 2. highly
    3. 3. positively
    4. 4. rarely

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. on
    2. 2. under
    3. 3. through
    4. 4. in

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. designed
    2. 2. formulated
    3. 3. built
    4. 4. construct

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. less
    2. 2. ignored
    3. 3. made
    4. 4. started

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. in spite
    2. 2. against
    3. 3. by
    4. 4. for

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. but
    2. 2. because
    3. 3. while
    4. 4. since

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. written
    2. 2. deciphered
    3. 3. formed
    4. 4. talked

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Q.- Recent discoveries (1) that Indians of early days (2) to have been (3) civilised (4) many ways. They had massive public buildings and comfortable dwelling houses (5) mostly of brick. They had (6) arrangements (7) good sanitation and an elaborate drainag

    1. 1. across
    2. 2. closely
    3. 3. before
    4. 4. like

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Q.- Closet Test Directions From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5)

    1. 1. all
    2. 2. each
    3. 3. every
    4. 4. so

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. comes
    2. 2. come
    3. 3. came
    4. 4. had come

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. had been
    2. 2. had
    3. 3. was
    4. 4. were

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. strives
    2. 2. strived
    3. 3. strove
    4. 4. strown

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. compelling
    2. 2. irresistible
    3. 3. overwhelming
    4. 4. resistive

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. upon
    2. 2. on
    3. 3. against
    4. 4. towards

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. laid
    2. 2. lying
    3. 3. laying
    4. 4. lain

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. perpetrated
    2. 2. done
    3. 3. committed
    4. 4. controlled

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. has been
    2. 2. had been
    3. 3. was
    4. 4. had

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Q.- From that moment his life became intolerable. He passed his days in apprehension of each succeeding night; and (1) night the vision (2) back again. As room he (3) locked himself up in his room he (4) to struggle; but in vain. An (5) force lifted him up an

    1. 1. stood up
    2. 2. raised up
    3. 3. rose up
    4. 4. stood down

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To smell a rat

    1. 1. To see signs of plague epidemic
    2. 2. To get bad small of a bad dead rat
    3. 3. To suspect foul dealings
    4. 4. To be in a bad mood

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To hit the nail right on the head

    1. 1. To do the right thing
    2. 2. To destroy one's reputation
    3. 3. To announce one's fixed views
    4. 4. To teach someone a lesson

1
To do exactly the right thing; to do something in the most effective and efficient way.

Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To beg the question

    1. 1. To refer to
    2. 2. To take for granted
    3. 3. To raise objections
    4. 4. To be discussed

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : A black sheep

    1. 1. An unlucky person
    2. 2. A lucky person
    3. 3. An ugly person
    4. 4. None of these

4
In the English language 'Black sheep' is an idiom used to describe an odd or disreputable member of a group especially within a family.

Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : A man of straw

    1. 1. A man of no substance
    2. 2. A very active person
    3. 3. A worthy fellow
    4. 4. An unreasonable person

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To cry wolf

    1. 1. To listen eagerly
    2. 2. To give false alarm
    3. 3. To turn pale
    4. 4. To keep off starvation

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To end in smoke

    1. 1. To make completely understand
    2. 2. To ruin oneself
    3. 3. To excite great applause
    4. 4. To try to be beautiful

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To pick holes

    1. 1. To find some reason to quarrel
    2. 2. To destroy something
    3. 3. To criticise someone
    4. 4. To cut some part of an item

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To drive home

    1. 1. To find one's roots
    2. 2. To return to place of rest
    3. 3. Back to original position
    4. 4. To emphasise

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Q.- Meaning of the Idiom : To have an axe to grind

    1. 1. A private end to serve
    2. 2. To fail to arouse interest
    3. 3. To have no result
    4. 4. To work for both sides

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Q.- To catch a tartar

    1. 1. To trap wanted criminal with great difficulty
    2. 2. To catch a dangerous person
    3. 3. To meet with disaster
    4. 4. To deal with a person who is more than one's match

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Q.- To put one's hand to plough

    1. 1. To take up agricultural farming
    2. 2. To get entangled into unnecessary things
    3. 3. To take a difficult task
    4. 4. Take interest in technical work

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Q.- To leave someone in the lurch

    1. 1. To come to compromise with someone
    2. 2. Constant source of annoyance to someone
    3. 3. To put someone at ease
    4. 4. To desert someone in his difficulties

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Q.- Blaze the trail

    1. 1. To stop a movement
    2. 2. To join a movement
    3. 3. To protect a movement
    4. 4. To start a movement

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All great people names are written in history who blazed the trail for their nations.

Q.- Carrot and stick policy

    1. 1. reward and punishment
    2. 2. dishonest
    3. 3. arrogant
    4. 4. selfish policy

1
Example : Great entrepreneurs always follow carrot and stick policy.

Q.- Flash in the pan

    1. 1. sudden success
    2. 2. sudden problem
    3. 3. sudden pain
    4. 4. sudden excitement

1
Example : There is a gradual increase in success of a company. It is never a flash in the pan.

Q.- Face the music

    1. 1. dance at a party
    2. 2. unpleasant consequences
    3. 3. compose a song
    4. 4. none of above

2
Example : He have to face the music for his wrong deeds.

Q.- Ever and Anon

    1. 1. true promise
    2. 2. false promise
    3. 3. frequent
    4. 4. sometimes

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I use to visit him ever and anon

Q.- Flog the dead horse

    1. 1. to weep for something lost
    2. 2. to enjoy even if something lost
    3. 3. to revive interest in old matters
    4. 4. to forget old matters

3
Example : The rivals always flog a dead horse to insult their enemies.

Q.- Fly off the handle

    1. 1. to be optimistic
    2. 2. to be in hurry
    3. 3. to calm down
    4. 4. to lose one's temper

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Example : His father flew off the handle after knowing he had failed.

Q.- To rise with the lark

    1. 1. to be promoted in position
    2. 2. to order somebody to get out of bed
    3. 3. to be able to deal with a difficult situation.
    4. 4. to wake up very early

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When you wake up very early you 'rise with the lark' (the name of a bird).

Q.- To show the wind and reap the whirlwind

    1. 1. to take the help of someone always
    2. 2. to do something hoping for better results
    3. 3. to suffer the results of one's bad actions of the past
    4. 4. to pretend to be good in front of others

3
The meaning of the given idiom is to suffer the results of one's bad actions of the past.

Q.- To be in stitches

    1. 1. to destroy something violently
    2. 2. to put in extra work
    3. 3. to use the needle and the thread
    4. 4. to laugh a lot

4
To be in stitches' is an informal expression which is used when one is 'laughing a lot'.

Q.- To get something for a song

    1. 1. to get something by playing a short piece of music
    2. 2. to get something at a very low price
    3. 3. to complain about something
    4. 4. to start learning music

2
To get something for a song is to get something at a very low price.

Q.- To think on one's feet

    1. 1. to be able to react quickly and effectively without preparation
    2. 2. to think carefully before doing anything
    3. 3. to form one's opinion about somebody
    4. 4. to think about a future event and plan for it

1
To think on your feet' means to be able to think and react to things very quickly and effectively without any preparation.

Q.- To steal the show

    1. 1. to gain an advantage over somebody
    2. 2. to do something that is disagreeable
    3. 3. to do something that is dangerous
    4. 4. to attract most of the attention during a performance

4
When you are able to attract most of the attention during a performance you 'steal the show'.

Q.- A stick-in-the-mud

    1. 1. a person with fixed views and ideas without a desire for progress or change
    2. 2. a highly conceited person who looks down upon others
    3. 3. a person who is not considered to be important or influential
    4. 4. a very obstinate person

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A stick-in-the-mud' is a person with fixed views and ideas without desires for progress or change.

Q.- A mug's game

    1. 1. to learn something in a short period of time
    2. 2. an activity that is unlikely to be successful
    3. 3. to make a simple situation confused and more complicated
    4. 4. an illegal activity or dirty business perused in order to make a lot of money

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A mug's game' is an activity that is unlikely to be successful.

Q.- A stuffed shirt

    1. 1. a person with bad personal qualities
    2. 2. a pompous or conceited person
    3. 3. a very timid person
    4. 4. a man or boy who is the favourite of those in authority

2
A pompous or conceited person is referred to as a 'stuffed shirt'

Q.- In a melting pot

    1. 1. in a very difficult situation
    2. 2. unable to take an important decision
    3. 3. to be prone to bad influences
    4. 4. in the process of changing

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The idiom 'in a melting pot' means 'in the process of changing'.

Q.- Find the analogy LIGHT : BLIND

    1. 1. speech : dumb
    2. 2. language : deaf
    3. 3. tongue : sound
    4. 4. voice : vibration

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Q.- Find the analogy PAIN : SEDATIVE

    1. 1. comfort : stimulant
    2. 2. grief : consolation
    3. 3. trance : narcotic
    4. 4. ache : extraction

2
When in Pain one should use sedative techniques to calm the person. Similarly when in Grief one should give consolation to the person.

Q.- Find the analogy THRUST : SPEAR

    1. 1. mangle : iron
    2. 2. scabbard : sword
    3. 3. bow : arrow
    4. 4. fence : epee

4
Thrust is a sudden or violent lunge with a pointed weapon like spear. Similarly Fence is an act of protecting using epee(sword).

Q.- Find the analogy KIND : LOVE

    1. 1. son : daughter
    2. 2. father : mother
    3. 3. carpet : wood
    4. 4. harmony : fraternity

4
Kind and Love are pair of abstract nouns because we can not see Love or Kindness. Similarly Harmony and Fraternity.

Q.- Find the analogy DISTANCE : MILE

    1. 1. liquid : litre
    2. 2. bushel : corn
    3. 3. weight : scale
    4. 4. fame : television

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Q.- Find the analogy INDIGENT : WEALTHY

    1. 1. angry : rich
    2. 2. native : affluent
    3. 3. gauche : graceful
    4. 4. scholarly : erudite

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Opposites : Gauche is horrible and Graceful is beautiful.

Q.- Find the analogy PORK : PIG

    1. 1. rooster : chicken
    2. 2. mutton : sheep
    3. 3. steer : beef
    4. 4. lobster : crustacean

2
Pork is a flash of Pig similarly mutton is a flash of sheep.

Q.- Find the analogy TEN : DECIMAL

    1. 1. seven : septet
    2. 2. four : quartet
    3. 3. two : binary
    4. 4. five : quince

3
Ten is base of decimal system similarly Two is base of binary system

Q.- Find the analogy GRAVITY : PULL

    1. 1. iron : metal
    2. 2. north pole : directions
    3. 3. magnetism : attraction
    4. 4. dust : desert

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Gravity pulls various objects simlarly magnetism attracts various objects to magnetic materials.

Q.- Find the analogy HOPE : ASPIRES

    1. 1. love : elevates
    2. 2. film : flam
    3. 3. fib : lie
    4. 4. fake : ordinary

3
Hope and Aspire are synonyms similarly Fib and Lie are synonyms.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Grain : Salt

    1. 1. Chip : Glass
    2. 2. Blades : Grass
    3. 3. Shred : Wood
    4. 4. Shard : Pottery

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Salt consists of grains and Glass is made up of chips.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Trilogy : Novel

    1. 1. Gun : Cartridge
    2. 2. Rise : Husk
    3. 3. Milk : Cream
    4. 4. Serial : Episode

4
Second is a part of first.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Pain : Ache

    1. 1. Fever : Illness
    2. 2. Suffering : Trouble
    3. 3. Lazy : Lethargic
    4. 4. Damp : Arid

3
Second is more intense form of first.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Agreement : Dissent

    1. 1. Touchdown : Penalty
    2. 2. Latitude : Resistence
    3. 3. Schism : Diverge
    4. 4. Impasse : Concede

2
Words in each pairs are antonyms.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Food : Hungry

    1. 1. Thought : Politics
    2. 2. Water : River
    3. 3. Rest : Weary
    4. 4. Wine : Intoxication

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Hungry person needs food and Weary person need rest.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Thermometer : Temperature

    1. 1. Length : Breadth
    2. 2. Millimetre : Scale
    3. 3. Cardiograph : Heart rate
    4. 4. Solar energy : Sun

3
First used to measure second.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Loath : Coercion

    1. 1. Irate : Antagonism
    2. 2. Irritate : Caressing
    3. 3. Reluctant : Persuasion
    4. 4. Contemplative : Meditative

3
Loath and Reluctant are synonyms Loath meaning in Hindi : अनिच्छुक Coercion and Persuasion are synonyms Coercion meaning in Hindi : जोर-जबरदस्ती

Q.- Find analogous pair of Humanitarian : Altruistic

    1. 1. Host : Hospitable
    2. 2. Artist : Imitative
    3. 3. Idealist : Cynical
    4. 4. Guest : Rude

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Second is a quality of first. Altruistic meaning in Hindi : परोपकारी

Q.- Find analogous pair of Fragile : Crack

    1. 1. Cemetery : Death
    2. 2. Pliable : Bend
    3. 3. Hydro : Water
    4. 4. Irreducible : Reduce

2
A fragile thing cracks easily and Pliable thing bends easily.

Q.- Find analogous pair of Portico : Building

    1. 1. Wheel : Bicycle
    2. 2. Ship : Steamer
    3. 3. Stove : Kitchen
    4. 4. Fort : Fortress

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Words in each pair are synonyms.

Q.- XENOPHOBE : FOREIGNERS ::

    1. 1. patriot: motherland
    2. 2. conservative : government
    3. 3. boor: children
    4. 4. misanthrope : people

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(DEFINING CHARACTERISTIC) A xenophobe hates foreigners; a misanthrope hates people.

Q.- MEANDER : DASH ::

    1. 1. throw : catch
    2. 2. hit: assault
    3. 3. sail : glide
    4. 4. waft: plummet

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(DEGREE OF INTENSITY) Dashing (meaning rushing violently)is an intensified form of meandering (meaning wandering aimlessly); plummeting (meaning falling abruptly downward ) is an intensified form of wafting (meaning drifting gently in the air)

Q.- SUSPICIOUS : PARANOID ::

    1. 1. jealous : haughty
    2. 2. admiring : idolatrous
    3. 3. happy : virtuous
    4. 4. furtive : candid

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(DESIRABLE AND UNDESIRABLE FORMS OF A QUALITY) Being paranoid (meaning intensely and irrationally suspicious) is an undesirable from of being suspicious; idolatrous (meaning excessively and irrationally admiring) is an undesirable of admiring.

Q.- OBSCURE : RECOGNIZE ::

    1. 1. perplexing : tangle
    2. 2. garbled : comprehend
    3. 3. liberated : free
    4. 4. erased : inspire

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(ANTONYM VARIANT) An obscure (meaning indistinct) item is difficult to recognize; a garbled (meaning confused or mixed up) statement is difficult to comprehend (meaning understand).

Q.- GERIATRICS : OLD PEOPLE ::

    1. 1. dermatology: skin
    2. 2. pathology : medicine
    3. 3. meteorology : forecast
    4. 4. neurology : psychiatrists

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(SCIENCE AND SUBJECTS) Geriatrics deals with diseases of old people; dermatology deals with diseases of the skin.

Q.- CRINGE : DREAD ::

    1. 1. fidget: nervousness
    2. 2. obstruct: disappointment
    3. 3. entertain : amusement
    4. 4. suspect: anxiety

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(CAUSE AND ITS EFFECT ) One cringes (meaning shrinks back in fear) because of dread (meaning terror); one fidgets (meaning behaves in a restless manner) because of nervousness.

Q.- RETICENT: TALK ::

    1. 1. abstemious : devour
    2. 2. tasteless : savor
    3. 3. likely : conjecture
    4. 4. cranky: grumble

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(ANTONYM VARIANT) A reticent (meaning reserved in style) person does not talk; an abstemious (meaning given to eating in moderation) person-does not devour (meaning eat like a glutton).

Q.- INCUMBENT : OFFICE ::

    1. 1. monarch : throne
    2. 2. president: company
    3. 3. supervisor: employee
    4. 4. captain : army

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(DEFINING CHARACTERISTIC) An incumbent is the occupier of an office; a monarch is the occupier of a throne.

Q.- SHARD : POTTERY ::

    1. 1. hill: cliff
    2. 2. ash : fire
    3. 3. hair : wig
    4. 4. splinter: wood

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(PART AND THE WHOLE) A shard is a broken piece of pottery; a splinter is a broken piece of wood. (A wig is made up of a number of hairs. You cannot say that wood is made up of splinters or pottery is made up of shards.)

Q.- EXPEL: SCHOOL::

    1. 1. export: factory
    2. 2. exile : nation
    3. 3. escape : penitentiary
    4. 4. vacate : building

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(CAUSE AND EFFECT) A person expelled from school cannot reenter it; a person exiled (meaning banished legally) from a country cannot reenter it.

Q.- Synonym of : UNCOUTH

    1. 1. Ungraceful
    2. 2. Rough
    3. 3. Slovenly
    4. 4. Dirty

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Q.- Synonym of : DEBACLE

    1. 1. Collapse
    2. 2. Decline
    3. 3. Defeat
    4. 4. Disgrace

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Q.- Synonym of : TEPID

    1. 1. Hot
    2. 2. Warm
    3. 3. Cold
    4. 4. Boiling

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Q.- Synonym of : VORACIOUS

    1. 1. Wild
    2. 2. Greedy
    3. 3. Angry
    4. 4. Quick

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Q.- Synonym of : REFECTORY

    1. 1. Restaurant
    2. 2. Parlour
    3. 3. Living Room
    4. 4. Dining Room

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Q.- Synonym of : MOROSE

    1. 1. Annoyed
    2. 2. Gloomy
    3. 3. Moody
    4. 4. Displeased

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Q.- Synonym of : INFAMY

    1. 1. Dishonour
    2. 2. Glory
    3. 3. Integrity
    4. 4. Integrity

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Q.- Synonym of : FURORE

    1. 1. Excitement
    2. 2. Worry
    3. 3. Flux
    4. 4. Anteroom

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Q.- Synonym of : SYNOPSIS

    1. 1. Index
    2. 2. Mixture
    3. 3. Summary
    4. 4. Puzzles

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Q.- Synonym of : GARNISH

    1. 1. Paint
    2. 2. Garner
    3. 3. Adorn
    4. 4. Abuse

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Q.- Synonym of Vituperate

    1. 1. Abuse
    2. 2. Appreciate
    3. 3. Copy
    4. 4. Encourage

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Vituperate means to abuse someone

Q.- Synonym of Incredulous

    1. 1. Dishonest
    2. 2. Honest
    3. 3. Reliable
    4. 4. Unreliable

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Incredulous means unreliable person

Q.- Synonym of Enigma

    1. 1. Question
    2. 2. Puzzle
    3. 3. Answer
    4. 4. Content

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Enigma means puzzle

Q.- Synonym of Circuitous

    1. 1. Direct
    2. 2. Strong
    3. 3. Cyclic
    4. 4. Weak

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Circuitous means cyclic

Q.- Synonym of Emaciated

    1. 1. very fat
    2. 2. very thin
    3. 3. very small
    4. 4. very heavy

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Emaciated means very thin

Q.- Synonym of PRECARIOUS

    1. 1. Safe
    2. 2. Brittle
    3. 3. Perilous
    4. 4. Unsafe

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PRECARIOUS means Unsafe

Q.- Synonym of PREVARICATE

    1. 1. Truth
    2. 2. Early
    3. 3. Lie
    4. 4. Delay

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PREVARICATE means LIE

Q.- Synonym of EXUDE

    1. 1. Ooze
    2. 2. Overflow
    3. 3. Wither
    4. 4. Evaporate

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EXUDE means ooze

Q.- Synonym of YOKE

    1. 1. Detach
    2. 2. Harness
    3. 3. Release
    4. 4. Liberate

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YOKE means Harness

Q.- Synonym of WILT

    1. 1. Restore
    2. 2. Revoke
    3. 3. Revive
    4. 4. Wither

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WILT means Wither

Q.- Synonyms of: Harridan

    1. 1. governor
    2. 2. vessel
    3. 3. Witch
    4. 4. lawyer

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Harridan is a shrew or a witch.

Q.- Synonyms of: Escarpment

    1. 1. warning
    2. 2. Cliff
    3. 3. campsite
    4. 4. Tomb

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Escarpment is a long cliff or a steep slope.

Q.- Synonyms of: Apothegm

    1. 1. Speculation
    2. 2. Resistance
    3. 3. Adage
    4. 4. medicine

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Apothegm is a short pithy saying; an adage is a saying that embodies a common observation.

Q.- Synonyms of: overweening

    1. 1. backward
    2. 2. arrogant
    3. 3. clumsy
    4. 4. rugged

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Overweening means Showing excessive confidence or pride: \overweening ambition\. arrogant means disposed to exaggerate one's own worth.

Q.- Synonyms of: Expiation

    1. 1. breathing
    2. 2. divergence
    3. 3. immigration
    4. 4. atonement

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Expiation means the act of making atonement; atonement means reparation for an offense or injury.

Q.- Synonyms of: Soporific

    1. 1. Ease
    2. 2. hypnotic
    3. 3. Utter
    4. 4. Praise

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Soporific means causing sleep hypnotic means tending to produce sleep.

Q.- Synonyms of: Eschew

    1. 1. revert
    2. 2. accompany
    3. 3. admire
    4. 4. abstain

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Eschew means to avoid habitually or to abstain.

Q.- Synonyms of: Bumptious

    1. 1. backward
    2. 2. arrogant
    3. 3. fickle
    4. 4. consequential

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bumptious means noisily self-assertive arrogant means disposed to exaggerate one's own worth.

Q.- Synonyms of: Inveigle

    1. 1. cajole
    2. 2. complexity
    3. 3. hoodwink
    4. 4. distress

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Inveigle means to win over with flattery; to cajole means to persuade with flattery.

Q.- Synonyms of: Smudge

    1. 1. celebrate
    2. 2. blurry
    3. 3. gloat
    4. 4. residue

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Smudge is a blurry spot or streak.

Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Occasion
    2. 2. Ocasion
    3. 3. Occason
    4. 4. Ocassioun

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Eflorescence
    2. 2. Efllorescence
    3. 3. Efflorescence
    4. 4. Efflorascence

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Equanimity
    2. 2. Equannimity
    3. 3. Equanimmity
    4. 4. Equinimity

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Furnituer
    2. 2. Exampel
    3. 3. Medicine
    4. 4. Sampal

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Asspersion
    2. 2. Voluptuous
    3. 3. Voguei
    4. 4. Equestrain

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Lckadaisicle
    2. 2. Lackdaisical
    3. 3. Lackadisical
    4. 4. Lackadaisical

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Inoculation
    2. 2. Innoculation
    3. 3. Inocculation
    4. 4. Inocullation

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Simpal
    2. 2. Bannar
    3. 3. Pattren
    4. 4. Modern

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Comitte
    2. 2. Committee
    3. 3. Committee
    4. 4. Comiittee

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Q.- Find the correctly spelt word.

    1. 1. Schedulle
    2. 2. Schedeule
    3. 3. Schdule
    4. 4. Schedule

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Zigzaged
    2. 2. Zigzegged
    3. 3. Zigzaged
    4. 4. Zigzagged

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Vermilion
    2. 2. Varmillion
    3. 3. Vermillion
    4. 4. Varmilion

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Thisaurus
    2. 2. Thaesaurus
    3. 3. Thesaurus
    4. 4. Thesaeurus

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Tranquilize
    2. 2. Tranquelize
    3. 3. Tranquilieze
    4. 4. Tranquiliz

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Straethoscope
    2. 2. Stethoescope
    3. 3. Stethoscope
    4. 4. Stethroscope

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Skelaton
    2. 2. Skelton
    3. 3. Skleton
    4. 4. Skeleton

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Secretarial
    2. 2. Sacretarial
    3. 3. Secretareal
    4. 4. Secretariel

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Scavanger
    2. 2. Scavengar
    3. 3. Scevenger
    4. 4. Scavenger

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Reconnaissence
    2. 2. Reconnaisance
    3. 3. Reconnaissance
    4. 4. Reconaissance

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Reconnaissance means Preliminary surveying or research.

Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Pusilleanimous
    2. 2. Pusillanimous
    3. 3. Pusellanimous
    4. 4. Pusilanimous

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Receding
    2. 2. Recedeing
    3. 3. Reeceding
    4. 4. Receeding

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Commettee
    2. 2. Committee
    3. 3. Committea
    4. 4. Commetee

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Restaurent
    2. 2. Restaurant
    3. 3. Rastaurent
    4. 4. Rasteraunt

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Commison
    2. 2. Comission
    3. 3. Commisson
    4. 4. Commission

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Fabullous
    2. 2. Fablous
    3. 3. Fabuleous
    4. 4. Fabulous

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Corrupt
    2. 2. Currupt
    3. 3. Coruppt
    4. 4. Curropt

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Puerille
    2. 2. Puerile
    3. 3. Puerrile
    4. 4. Purrile

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Scriptur
    2. 2. Skripture
    3. 3. Scripcher
    4. 4. Scripture

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Gaurante
    2. 2. Guaruntee
    3. 3. Garuntee
    4. 4. Guarantee

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Q.- Find the correct spelling from below options :

    1. 1. Commander
    2. 2. Comander
    3. 3. Comander
    4. 4. Comandar

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Q.- Correct the sentence : I have got some tea but I do not have A sugar.

    1. 1. some
    2. 2. got
    3. 3. more
    4. 4. any

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Q.- Correct the sentence : He SHOULD NOT HAD done it.

    1. 1. had not
    2. 2. should had not
    3. 3. should not have
    4. 4. should have

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Q.- Correct the sentence : The world has seen SMALL real attempt at population and resource planning.

    1. 1. few
    2. 2. little
    3. 3. less
    4. 4. a few

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Q.- Correct the sentence : Making friends is more rewarding than TO MAKE ENEMIES.

    1. 1. to be unsociable
    2. 2. to be sociable
    3. 3. being unsociable
    4. 4. making enemies

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Q.- Correct the sentence : BY SUCH TIME you finish that chapter I will write a letter.

    1. 1. The time when
    2. 2. By the time
    3. 3. By that time
    4. 4. The time

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Q.- Correct the sentence : Ramesh is AS TALL IF NOT taller than Mahesh.

    1. 1. not as tall but
    2. 2. not so tall but as
    3. 3. as tall as if not
    4. 4. as if not

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Q.- Correct the sentence : The prosecution failed IN establish in every case today.

    1. 1. to
    2. 2. on
    3. 3. as
    4. 4. upon

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Q.- Correct the sentence : He dislikes the word dislike ISN'T HE

    1. 1. didn't he
    2. 2. doesn't he
    3. 3. hasn't he
    4. 4. does he

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Q.- Correct the sentence : Maria unnecessarily PICKED UP a quarrel with Rani and left the party hurried.

    1. 1. has picked up
    2. 2. picked on
    3. 3. picked
    4. 4. picking up

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Q.- Correct the sentence : The intruder stood quietly FOR FEW MOMENTS

    1. 1. for few time
    2. 2. for few moments
    3. 3. for moments
    4. 4. for a few moments

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Q.- All woman doctors are on leave today.

    1. 1. women doctor
    2. 2. womans doctors
    3. 3. women doctors
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- He always get punishment for playing swords with his classmates.

    1. 1. clashing swords
    2. 2. drawing swords
    3. 3. crossing swords
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- The opposite man was not looking honest.

    1. 1. The opposed man
    2. 2. The man opposite
    3. 3. The man opposite to
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- He plays football and hockey also.

    1. 1. too
    2. 2. both
    3. 3. besides
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- The man to who I sold my house was very wealthy

    1. 1. to who I sell
    2. 2. to whom I sell
    3. 3. to whom I sold
    4. 4. to who I sold out

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Q.- They have waited for more than 2 hours now

    1. 1. have been waiting
    2. 2. has been waiting
    3. 3. had been waiting
    4. 4. had waited

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Q.- Rachna made a sorry figure in her performance.

    1. 1. cut a sad figure
    2. 2. cut a sorry face
    3. 3. cut a sorry figure
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- The police are trying to solve this case.

    1. 1. is
    2. 2. have
    3. 3. has
    4. 4. No correction

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Always use a plural verb with police like following The police are coming or The police have arrested a friend of mine.

Q.- We had to move slowly and carefully to our seats for avoiding stepping in their toes.

    1. 1. in order to avoid
    2. 2. so that to avoid
    3. 3. because of
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- All criminal attitudes must be nipped at the bud.

    1. 1. nipped on the bud
    2. 2. nipped for the bud
    3. 3. nipped in the bud
    4. 4. No correction

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Q.- Stress-induced amnesia is a rare phenomenon; it strikes the patient apparently without warning and the memory loss can be AS COMPLETE AS THAT INDUCED BY PHYSICAL TRAUMA.

    1. 1. as complete as that induced by physical trauma
    2. 2. as complete as is induced by physical trauma s
    3. 3. as least as complete as physical trauma induces
    4. 4. at least as complete as physical trauma

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Option(1) is correct The sentence is correct: the word 'that' is required to correctly compare the memory loss with the memory loss induced by physical trauma.

Q.- A course of cognitive behavior therapy can be AS EFFECTIVE IF NOT MORE SO THAN DRUG THERAPY AND WITHOUT THE SIDE EFFECTS IN HELPING THE ELDERLY TO OVERCOME INSOMNIA.

    1. 1. as effective if not more so than drug therapy and without the side effects in helping the elderly to overcome insomnia
    2. 2. more effective than drug therapy and without the side effects in helping the elderly to overcome insomnia
    3. 3. at least as effective in helping the elderly overcome insomnia as drug therapy and is without the side effects of drug treatment
    4. 4. at least as effective as drug therapy in helping the elderly to overcome insomnia without side effects

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Option(3) is correct The original version is incorrect because 'as... as' we need to convey that CBT is 'at least as effective' and so we should consider only 3 and 4. Although 4 is shorter it is not correct because it seems to suggest that insomnia is without side effects. And so the answer is 3.

Q.- IF THE ENGINEERING FEATS OF THAT EARLY DECADE REMAINS IMPRESSIVE BORING a mile-long tunnel through a solid mountain and turning the eastward flow of two rivers westward the arduous conditions in which the engineers worked are no less remarkable.

    1. 1. If the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive boring
    2. 2. If the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive such as the boring of
    3. 3. Although the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive boring
    4. 4. If the engineering feats of that early decade remain impressive boring

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Option(4) is correct Here we have a simple matter of verb subject agreement: with the subject 'feats' we need a plural verb and so 'remain' will be correct and the only possible answer is 4.

Q.- Moule s review SERVED AS A WELCOME ENCOURAGEMENT TO THE AUTHOR: HARDY set to work with renewed vigour and finished the serial ahead of time.

    1. 1. served as a welcome encouragement to the author: Hardy
    2. 2. served a welcome encouragement to Hardy and the author
    3. 3. was welcome as an encouragement to Hardy the author
    4. 4. was a welcome encouragement to the author Hardy

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Option(1) is correct The sentence is fine as it is. Options 3 and 4 are all incorrect because they contain the 'comma splice' error – you cannot join two complete sentences with only a comma you need a conjunction or a colon or semicolon. The expression 'served a welcome' is unidiomatic; 'served as' is correct in this case.

Q.- Wordsworth was one of the first EUROPEAN POET TO CONSIDER THE LOWLIEST MEMBER OF SOCIETY TO BE valid subjects for poetry.

    1. 1. European poet to consider the lowliest members of society to be
    2. 2. of European poets to consider the lowliest members of society to be
    3. 3. European poets to consider the lowliest members of society as
    4. 4. European poets to consider the lowliest members of society

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Option(4) is correct The word 'consider' is not usually followed by 'as' or 'to be' (at least on GMAT!). This rule points directly to answer 4.

Q.- Making use of contemporary diaries and letters FLOREY S COMPLEXITY IS BRILLIANTLY REVEALED BY LAX.

    1. 1. Florey s complexity is brilliantly revealed by Lax
    2. 2. Florey is brilliantly shown in all his complexity by Lax
    3. 3. Lax brilliantly reveals Florey s complexity
    4. 4. Lax s study has brilliantly revealed the complexity of Florey

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Option(3) is correct After the modifier at the beginning of the sentence we need to know who is 'making use' of the materials. Unless we write 'Lax' after the comma the modifier will 'dangle'. Hence we can eliminate 1 2 and 4. (Note that Lax's study is not the same as Lax!) As the sentence is a general statement we need the present tense and so 3 is correct.

Q.- China s economy continues to flourish this year: industrial production GREW INFLATION HAS EASED AND THE TRADE SURPLUS SWELLED.

    1. 1. grew inflation has eased and the trade surplus swelled
    2. 2. has grown inflation has eased and the trade surplus swelled
    3. 3. has grown inflation eased and the trade surplus has swelled
    4. 4. is growing inflation easing and the trade surplus swelling

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Option(4) is correct This is a simple matter of making the items in the list parallel. If we use the present perfect tenses (has grown etc.) we can put 'has' in all the items or put it once (in front of the first item) but we can put it in any other arrangement. This rule gets rid of 1 2 and 3. switches between present perfect and present continuous whereas 4 the correct answer sticks with the present continuous.

Q.- Until the European Convention on Human Rights came into effect in 2000 NO LAW OF PRIVACY WAS AS YET ACKNOWLEDGED BY BRITISH COURTS.

    1. 1. no law of privacy was as yet acknowledged by British courts.
    2. 2. British courts did not acknowledge a law of privacy.
    3. 3. the courts in Britain had not acknowledged a law of privacy.
    4. 4. a law of privacy was not acknowledged by the courts in Britain.

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Option(2) is correct Answer choice 2 is best mainly because it is short and direct.

Q.- It is probable that the prototype cellular motor MIGHT BE READY FOR TESTING AROUND THE END OF NEXT YEAR.

    1. 1. might be ready for testing around the end of next year
    2. 2. may be ready for testing about he end of next year
    3. 3. might be ready for testing toward next year s end
    4. 4. will be ready for testing toward the end of next year

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Option(4) is correct After the expression 'it is probable that' we should use a future tense and not a 'might' 'may' or 'should'. Also note that 'around' cannot be used to mean 'approximately'.

Q.- With his sub-four minute mile Bannister broke a psychological barrier INSPIRING THOUSANDS OF OTHERS TO ATTEMPT OVERCOMING seemingly insurmountable hurdles.

    1. 1. inspiring thousands of others to attempt overcoming.
    2. 2. inspiring thousands of others to attempt to overcome.
    3. 3. inspiring thousands of others to overcome.
    4. 4. and inspired thousands of others to attempt to overcome.

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Option(4) is correct In A the word 'inspiring' seems incorrectly to refer to the word 'barrier'; also the expression 'attempt overcoming' is unidiomatic. In 4 the correct answer 'inspired' is correctly parallel to 'broke' and 'attempt to overcome' is idiomatic

Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: Your letter was big relief. P : How did you exams go? Q : After your result you must come here for a week. R : You hadn't written for over a month. S : I am sure you will come out with flying colours. S6: But don't forget to

    1. 1. PSRQ
    2. 2. QRPS
    3. 3. RPSQ
    4. 4. RSPQ

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: I took cigarettes from my case. P : But when the fit of coughing was over he replaced it between his lips. Q : I lit one of them and placed it between the lips. R : Then with a feeble hand he removed the cigarette. S : Slowl

    1. 1. PSQR
    2. 2. QPSR
    3. 3. QSRP
    4. 4. SRPQ

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: As he passed beneath her he heard the swish of her wings. P : He was not falling head long now. Q : The monstrous terror seized him. R : But it only lasted a minute. S : He could hear nothing. S6: The next moment he felt his

    1. 1. PSQR
    2. 2. QSPR
    3. 3. QSRP
    4. 4. PRQS

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: Ms. Parasuram started a Petrol Pump in Madras. P : A total to 12 girls now work at the pump. Q : She advertised in newspapers for women staff. R : They operate in 2 shifts. S : The response was good. S6: Thus she has shown t

    1. 1. PQSR
    2. 2. SQPR
    3. 3. QSPR
    4. 4. PQRS

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: A noise started above their heads. P : But people did not take it seriously. Q : That was to show everyone that there was something wrong R : It was a dangerous thing to do. S : For within minutes the ship began to sink. S6:

    1. 1. PQSR
    2. 2. PRQS
    3. 3. QPRS
    4. 4. QPSR

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: Calcutta unlike other cities kepts its trams. P : As a result there horrendous congestion. Q : It was going to be the first in South Asia. R : They run down the centre of the road S : To ease in the city decided to build an

    1. 1. PRSQ
    2. 2. PSQR
    3. 3. SQRP
    4. 4. RPSQ

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: Smoke oozed up between the planks. P : Passengers were told to be ready to quit the ship. Q : The rising gale fanned the smouldering fire. R : Everyone now knew there was fire on board. S : Flames broke out here and there. S

    1. 1. SRQP
    2. 2. QPSR
    3. 3. RSPQ
    4. 4. QSRP

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: Venice is a strange and beautiful city in the north of Italy. P : There are about four hundred old stone bridges joining the island of Venice. Q : In this city there are no motor cars no horses no buses. R : These small isla

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. PRQS
    3. 3. SRPQ
    4. 4. PQSR

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: Ants eat worms centipedes and spiders. P : They are usually much quicker than the ant itself. Q : Nevertheless these animals do not make easy game for ants. R : Besides they have an extraordinary number of ways of escaping.

    1. 1. SQPR
    2. 2. SPRQ
    3. 3. SQRP
    4. 4. SRQP

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Q.- Find out proper sequence : S1: The dictionary is the best friend of yours. P : That may not be possible always. Q : It is wise to look it up immediately. R : Then it must be firmly written on the memory and traced at the first opportunity. S : Never allow

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. SPQR
    3. 3. QRPS
    4. 4. SQPR

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: the look of joy on her face Q: turned to horror as blood R: as he placed the ring on her finger S: began to drip from the ring

    1. 1. PQSR
    2. 2. PQRS
    3. 3. RPQS
    4. 4. RPSQ

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: 10 weeks to eat all of Q: for an entire year R: the food you needed S: imagine if you had just

    1. 1. QRSP
    2. 2. SPQR
    3. 3. SPRQ
    4. 4. PQRS

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: of humans and the results Q: of this can be seen R: they tampered with the evolution S: practically everywhere

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. RPQS
    3. 3. QPSR
    4. 4. QRPS

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: may accidentally trap dolphins Q: fishermen in pursuit of profitable tuna R: killing them in the process S: in their nets

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. QPSR
    3. 3. SRPQ
    4. 4. QPRS

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: who are very hygiene-conscious Q: soaked for about five minutes R: some tomato ketchup manufacturers S: require the fruits to be

    1. 1. PSRQ
    2. 2. PSQR
    3. 3. RPSQ
    4. 4. RPQS

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: a drug was developed Q: to alleviate chest pains in R: from a species of holly S: patients suffering from coronary diseases

    1. 1. PQRS
    2. 2. PRQS
    3. 3. PSRQ
    4. 4. RQSP

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: only five or six new ones Q: to have been found although R: there are over 31000 documented meteorites S: are found every year

    1. 1. RSPQ
    2. 2. PQRS
    3. 3. RPQS
    4. 4. RPSQ

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: win four back-to-back conference championships Q: which they accomplished R: between 1990 and 1993 S: they are the only NFL team to

    1. 1. QSRP
    2. 2. PQRS
    3. 3. SPQR
    4. 4. RSPQ

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: a strong stance Q: She soon developed political R: against slavery. S: inclinations and took

    1. 1. QSPR
    2. 2. PRQS
    3. 3. RQPS
    4. 4. SPQR

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Q.- Find correct sequence of sentences : P: play in New Jersey. Q: other "New York" teams the Jets and Giants R: in the state of New York as both S: They are the only team to play

    1. 1. SQRP
    2. 2. SRPQ
    3. 3. SRQP
    4. 4. RSQP

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Q.- Sentence Arrangement The exhibition committee (P) attractive and useful (Q) to make the exhibition (R) making efforts (S) has been

    1. 1. SRQP
    2. 2. QPRS
    3. 3. SRPQ
    4. 4. QPSR

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Q.- Towards midnight (P) so that the sky was lighted with (Q) and the clouds drifted away (R) the rain ceased (S) the incredible lamp of stars

    1. 1. SPQR
    2. 2. SQPR
    3. 3. RPQS
    4. 4. RQPS

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Q.- Reading books (P) is a habit (Q) but also enlarges the mind (R) because it not only increases knowledge (S) which must be cultivated by everybody

    1. 1. PQSR
    2. 2. SRPQ
    3. 3. PSRQ
    4. 4. PQRS

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Q.- The statement (P) therefore you must listen carefully (Q) what the speaker has said (R) in order to understand (S) will be made just once

    1. 1. SRPQ
    2. 2. SPQR
    3. 3. SPRQ
    4. 4. RSPQ

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Q.- The house (P) about half a mile distant (Q) that stunds in front of us (R) was built of stones (S) which were dug out of its own site

    1. 1. QSPR
    2. 2. QRPS
    3. 3. QRSP
    4. 4. QPRS

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Q.- The Indian woman wants (P) in a male dominated society (Q) as an equal partner (R) and it is not too much to demand (S) her rightful place

    1. 1. RSQP
    2. 2. QPSR
    3. 3. SQPR
    4. 4. SRPQ

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Q.- S1:In the middle of one side of the square sits the Chairman of the committee the most important person in the room P :For a committee is not just a mere collection of individuals. Q :On him rests much of the responsibility for the success or failure of t

    1. 1. RSQP
    2. 2. PQRS
    3. 3. SQPR
    4. 4. QSRP

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Q.- S1:A father having offered to take the baby out in a perambulator was tempted by the sunny morning to slip into a pub for a glass of beer. P :Indignant at her husband's behaviour she decided to teach him a lesson. Q :She wheeled away the pram. R :A little

    1. 1. SRPQ
    2. 2. RQPS
    3. 3. SPQR
    4. 4. PQSR

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Q.- S1:Hungary with a population of about 10 million lies between Czechoslovakia to the north and Yugoslavia to the south. P :Here a great deal of grain is grown. Q :In recent years however progress has been made also in the field of industrialisation. R :Mos

    1. 1. QRSP
    2. 2. RPSQ
    3. 3. PRSQ
    4. 4. RQSP

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Q.- S1:The Bhagavadgita recognises the nature of man and the needs of man. P :All these three aspects constitute the nature of man. Q :It shows how the human being is rational one an ethical one and a spiritual one. R :More than all it must be a spiritual exp

    1. 1. PSRQ
    2. 2. RSPQ
    3. 3. QPSR
    4. 4. PSQR

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Q.- Laws of nature are not commands but statements of acts. The use of the word "law " in this context is rather unfortunate. It would be better to speak of uniformities in nature. This would do away with the elementary fallacy that a law implies a law giver

    1. 1. it is not binding to obey it
    2. 2. there is no superior being to enforce the law of nature
    3. 3. it cannot be punished
    4. 4. it simply means that the facts have not been correctly stated by law

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Q.- Laws of nature are not commands but statements of acts. The use of the word "law " in this context is rather unfortunate. It would be better to speak of uniformities in nature. This would do away with the elementary fallacy that a law implies a law giver

    1. 1. the former state facts of Nature
    2. 2. they must be obeyed
    3. 3. they must not be obeyed
    4. 4. unlike human laws they are systematic

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Q.- Laws of nature are not commands but statements of acts. The use of the word "law " in this context is rather unfortunate. It would be better to speak of uniformities in nature. This would do away with the elementary fallacy that a law implies a law giver

    1. 1. conclusion about the nature of the universe.
    2. 2. true and unfalsifiable.
    3. 3. figments of the observer imagination.
    4. 4. subject to change in the light of new facts.

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Q.- Laws of nature are not commands but statements of acts. The use of the word "law " in this context is rather unfortunate. It would be better to speak of uniformities in nature. This would do away with the elementary fallacy that a law implies a law giver

    1. 1. it connotes rigidity and harshness
    2. 2. it implies an agency which has made them
    3. 3. it does not convey the sense of nature's uniformity
    4. 4. it gives rise to false beliefs

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Q.- Male lions are rather reticent about expanding their energy in hunting. More than three quarters of kills are made by lionesses are in front tensely scanning ahead the cubs lag playfully behind and the males bring up the rear walking slowly their massive

    1. 1. they don not like it.
    2. 2. they want lioness to get training
    3. 3. they wish to save their vigour for other things
    4. 4. they are very lazy

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Q.- Male lions are rather reticent about expanding their energy in hunting. More than three quarters of kills are made by lionesses are in front tensely scanning ahead the cubs lag playfully behind and the males bring up the rear walking slowly their massive

    1. 1. from the members of their own species
    2. 2. from hyenas only
    3. 3. from hyenas as much as from other enemies
    4. 4. more from hyenas than from other animals

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Q.- Male lions are rather reticent about expanding their energy in hunting. More than three quarters of kills are made by lionesses are in front tensely scanning ahead the cubs lag playfully behind and the males bring up the rear walking slowly their massive

    1. 1. all alone
    2. 2. with their male partners only
    3. 3. with their cubs and male partners
    4. 4. with their cubs only

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Q.- Male lions are rather reticent about expanding their energy in hunting. More than three quarters of kills are made by lionesses are in front tensely scanning ahead the cubs lag playfully behind and the males bring up the rear walking slowly their massive

    1. 1. serious
    2. 2. cautious
    3. 3. playful
    4. 4. sluggish

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Q.- Mahatma Gandhi believed that industrialisation was no answer to the problems that plague the mass of India's poor and that villagers should be taught to be self-sufficient in food weave their own cloth from cotton and eschew the glittering prizes that the

    1. 1. pursuit of a commercialised material culture
    2. 2. replacement of rural by urban interests
    3. 3. complete removal of poverty
    4. 4. absence of violence and corruption

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Q.- Mahatma Gandhi believed that industrialisation was no answer to the problems that plague the mass of India's poor and that villagers should be taught to be self-sufficient in food weave their own cloth from cotton and eschew the glittering prizes that the

    1. 1. rapid industrialisation of villages
    2. 2. self sufficiency in food clothes and simplicity of the lifestyle
    3. 3. bringing to the villages the glittering prizes of the 20th century
    4. 4. bringing to the villages the glittering prizes of the 20th century

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Q.- At this stage of civilisation when many nations are brought in to close and vital contact for good and evil it is essential as never before that their gross ignorance of one another should be diminished that they should begin to understand a little of one

    1. 1. present character
    2. 2. international position
    3. 3. politics
    4. 4. history

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Q.- At this stage of civilisation when many nations are brought in to close and vital contact for good and evil it is essential as never before that their gross ignorance of one another should be diminished that they should begin to understand a little of one

    1. 1. gross ignorance
    2. 2. cultural heritage
    3. 3. socio-political conditions
    4. 4. mentality

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Q.- At this stage of civilisation when many nations are brought in to close and vital contact for good and evil it is essential as never before that their gross ignorance of one another should be diminished that they should begin to understand a little of one

    1. 1. is more today than ever before
    2. 2. was always there
    3. 3. is no longer there
    4. 4. will always be there

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Q.- At this stage of civilisation when many nations are brought in to close and vital contact for good and evil it is essential as never before that their gross ignorance of one another should be diminished that they should begin to understand a little of one

    1. 1. others
    2. 2. us
    3. 3. themselves
    4. 4. each others

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Q.- At this stage of civilisation when many nations are brought in to close and vital contact for good and evil it is essential as never before that their gross ignorance of one another should be diminished that they should begin to understand a little of one

    1. 1. read the story of other nations
    2. 2. not react to other actions
    3. 3. have a better understanding of other nations
    4. 4. have vital contacts with other nations

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Q.- On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against an Aztec populatio

    1. 1. Aztec failure to fight an unconventional war led to an unnecessary defeat
    2. 2. Spanish victory was neither as impressive nor as surprising as it may first appear
    3. 3. Herman Cortes masterminded an amazing military accomplishment
    4. 4. The myopic vision of the Aztecs led to their unnecessary downfall

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Q.- On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against an Aztec populatio

    1. 1. Define a problem; explain the sources of the problem; offer a solution to the problem
    2. 2. Pose a question; offer an answer to the question; offer an alternative answer to the question
    3. 3. Introduce a mystery; offer an explanation for the mystery; provide an alternative explanation for the mystery
    4. 4. Introduce an enigma; explain the reasons for the enigma; discuss the inevitability of the enigma

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Q.- On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against an Aztec populatio

    1. 1. Advanced crossbows
    2. 2. Local Spanish allies
    3. 3. Nimble military force
    4. 4. Local tribal friction

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Q.- On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against an Aztec populatio

    1. 1. Achieved with a non-traditional military campaign
    2. 2. Engendered some anger
    3. 3. Achieved through alliances
    4. 4. Based upon small yet swift and brutal military force

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Q.- On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against an Aztec populatio

    1. 1. Analytical
    2. 2. Anger
    3. 3. Frustrated
    4. 4. Optomistic

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Q.- Practice Questions on Reading Comprehension. Common Information It is difficult to reconcile the ideas of different schools of thought on the question of education. Some people maintain that pupils of school should concentrate on a narrow range of subject

    1. 1. groups of people who are schooled to think
    2. 2. groups of people having different perception on a particular subjects
    3. 3. groups of people belonging to different schools
    4. 4. groups of people whose job is to think

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Option(2) is correct School means a particular stream of thinking.

Q.- Common Information Although European decisions during the 16th and 17th centuries to explore trade with and colonize large portions of the world brought tremendous economic wealth and vast geographic influence the enormous success of European maritime ven

    1. 1. Japanese economic potential would be hampered in the long-term
    2. 2. European trade amounted to a disproportionate transfer of wealth
    3. 3. With growing European influence the potential for European military action against the Japanese government became too large
    4. 4. Traditional Japanese culture and way of life were threatened by European influence

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Option(4) is correct The two texts of interest from the passage are: (1) \In its Seclusion Edict of 1636 the government attempted to extricate cultural interactions with Europe from the intimate fabric of Japanese society.\ (2) \Since many nations that traded with Europe placed high value on their historical customs some natives became deeply disconcerted by the changes that occurred as a result of European power.\ 1. There is no mention of Japan's self-awareness regarding the long-term economic consequences of European actions. 2. There is no mention of Japan's self-awareness regarding the disproportionate transfer of wealth. 3. There is no mention of Japan's self-awareness regarding the potential for European military action if Europe were allowed to strengthen its presence in Japan. 4. This description of Japan's motivation and reason for the Edict matches the above two texts of interest.

Q.- Common Information On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against

    1. 1. Advanced crossbows
    2. 2. Nimble military force
    3. 3. Local Spanish allies
    4. 4. Local tribal friction

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Option(2) is correct 1.The passage mentions this as a source of success: he Spanish possessed superior military equipment in the form of European cannons guns and crossbows\ 2.Although the passage mentions that Cortes' army was small it implies that this as a weakness. The passage never states that the military was nimble nor does it mention this as a source of success. 3.The passage mentions this as a source of success: \In one account of a battle it is recorded that at least 200000 natives fought with Cortes.\ 4.The passage mentions this as a source of success: \animosity toward the Aztecs among rival groups\.

Q.- Common Information On the surface the conquest of the Aztec empire by Herman Cortes is one of the most amazing military accomplishments in history. With a small fighting force numbering in the hundreds Cortes led the Spanish explorers into victory against

    1. 1. Engendered some anger
    2. 2. Achieved with a non-traditional military campaign
    3. 3. Based upon a technologically outdated military
    4. 4. Achieved through alliances

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Option(1) is correct The relevant portion of the passage is: \Spanish exploited animosity toward the Aztecs\ 1.This matches the description of the passage. 2.The passage never mentions that that Aztec fought a non-traditional military campaign. 3.The question refers to the \regional\ Aztec influence and the passage never states or implies that the Aztec military was outdated when compared to regional enemies. 4.The passage implies that the Aztecs lacked adequate alliances.

Q.- Common Information Prior to the fall of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) Mikhail Gorbachev seeing a country falling behind its Western rival and a people increasingly clamoring for change addressed the growing internal unrest in the summer o

    1. 1. Cause for renewed determination in communist philosophy
    2. 2. Reason that natives looked increasingly to the West and capitalism
    3. 3. Source of frustration and discomfort among citizens that fuelled social frictio
    4. 4. Justification for the USSR's neglect of the needs of many citizens

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Option(3) is correct 1. The passage implies that economic difficulties drove Gorbachev to undertake policies \antithetical to previous leaders like Lenin Stalin and Khrushchev.\ These leaders defined classical communist philosophy. 2. The passage cites not the economy but lack of government concern as the source of social unrest: he Communist government often ignored the needs of the average citizen causing distrust and resentment.\ Further the passage never states that citizens of the USSR were demanding Western philosophy and capitalism. Instead the passage simply notes that they were \clamoring for change.\ 3. This is reflected toward the beginning of the third paragraph: he decrepit economy engendered social unrest and woe that only compounded economic difficulties and societal misery.\ 4. Although the passage cites the USSR's neglect of its citizens it offers no explanation for why nor does it imply that the government lacked the economic resources to provide these services. Instead the passage intimates that the government simply did not care.

Q.- Common Information We now come to the second part of our journey under the sea. The first ended with the moving scene in the coral cemetery which left a deep impression on my mind. I could no longer content myself with the theory which satisfied Conseil.

    1. 1. According to the narrator the above-mentioned journey was taking place during full moon period.
    2. 2. According to Conseil the Captain of the Nautilus in which they were traveling was really a brilliant person a fact which had been corroborated by many people.
    3. 3. It is implied from the passage that although the author was witnessing many interesting events during their journey he was not always having his way.
    4. 4. From the chronicle it is understood that the Nautilus was in the vicinity of the Island of Crespo on the 25th of January.

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Option(3) is correct This is implied from the passage. Also refer to the line' Indeed the mystery of that… on a new track.' in the first paragraph.

Q.- Common Information On August 22 1939 Adolf Hitler summoned his top military generals to Obersalzberg where he delivered a speech explaining his plans for war first with Poland then with the rest of Europe. Despite resistance from those both inside and out

    1. 1. Surprise invasions
    2. 2. Emphasis on unconventional warfare
    3. 3. Reliance on air supremacy
    4. 4. Swift brutality

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Option(4) is correct Beginning in the second paragraph the author explains why Hitler felt confident in his military strategy: 2nd Paragraph: \Chief among Hitler's sources of confidence in Germany's brazen war plans was German military quickness.J261Hitler said 'Our strength lies in our quickness.'\ 3rd Paragraph: The military's ability \

Q.- Common Information Shortly after September 11 2001 the United States began requesting additional financial information about persons of interest by subpoenaing records located at the SWIFT banking consortium. SWIFT which routes trillions of dollars a day

    1. 1. Had data stored in Virginia
    2. 2. Valued confidentiality and non-disclosure
    3. 3. Routes trillions of dollars a day
    4. 4. After over a month of deliberation complied with the government's subpoena

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Option(4) is correct 1. The third paragraph states that \SWIFT maintained many of its records in Virginia\ 2. The second paragraph states that o inflict considerable brutality\ 4th Paragraph: History would overlook brutality Aggregating together the points from above we can conclude that Hitler's confidence in his military strategy came from: (1) speed (2) brutality. 1. The passage contradicts this mentioning that the invasion of Poland was \widely-expected\. Further there is a difference between quickness (which the article discusses as a source of confidence) and surprise (which the article does not discuss). 2. The passage never mentions unconventional warfare. Moreover with references to Napoleon Bonaparte and Genghis Kahn it can be inferred that Hitler's plans are not too unconventional. 3. The passage never states this as a source of confidence. The only mention to air supremacy is the Battle of Britain which Hitler lost. 4. This summarizes the two main sources of confidence.

Q.- Common Information Although websites such as Facebook and MySpace experienced exponential growth during the middle of the first decade of the 21st century some users remain oblivious to the fact that the information they post online can come back to haunt

    1. 1. Largely Pessimistic
    2. 2. Frustrated
    3. 3. Guardedly Optimistic
    4. 4. Distressed

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Option(3) is correct Toward the end of the passage the author summarizes his view of e-community and the digital world. (It is not a good idea to draw a conclusion about the author's views based only upon previous parts of the passage as these parts of the passage do not reflect the entirety of the author's view.): \By taking these simple steps members of the digital world can realize the many benefits of e-community without experiencing some of the damaging unintended consequences.\ 1. This does not take into account the author's view as summarized in the last paragraph. 2. The author never expresses frustration. The passage is more objective and informative than personal and emotional. 3. This captures the author's view which is summarized at the end of the final paragraph. 4. The author never expresses feeling distressed. The passage is more objective and informative than personal and emotional.

Q.- Change the voice : They will inform the police.

    1. 1. The police will be informed by them.
    2. 2. The police will inform them.
    3. 3. The police are informed by them.
    4. 4. Informed will be the police by them.

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Q.- Change the voice : I cannot accept your offer.

    1. 1. Your offer cannot be accepted by me.
    2. 2. I cannot be accepted by your offer.
    3. 3. The offer cannot be accepted by me.
    4. 4. Your offer cannot be accepted.

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Q.- Change the voice : She spoke to the official on duty.

    1. 1. The official on duty was spoken to by her.
    2. 2. The official was spoken to by her on duty.
    3. 3. She was spoken to by the official on duty.
    4. 4. She was the official to be spoken to on duty.

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Q.- Change the voice : She makes cakes every Sunday.

    1. 1. Every Sunday cakes made by her.
    2. 2. Cakes are made by her every Sunday.
    3. 3. Cakes make her every Sunday.
    4. 4. Cakes were made by her every Sunday.

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Q.- Change the voice : A child could not have done this mischief.

    1. 1. This mischief could not be done by a child.
    2. 2. This mischief could not been done by a child.
    3. 3. This mischief could not have been done by a child.
    4. 4. This mischief a child could not have been done.

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Q.- Change the voice : You can play with these kittens quite safely.

    1. 1. These kittens can played with quite safely.
    2. 2. These kittens can play with you quite safely.
    3. 3. These kittens can be played with you quite safely.
    4. 4. These kittens can be played with quite safely.

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Q.- Change the voice : He is said to be very rich.

    1. 1. He said he is very rich.
    2. 2. People say he is very rich.
    3. 3. He said it is very rich.
    4. 4. People say it is very rich.

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Q.- Change the voice : Do you imitate others?

    1. 1. Are others being imitated by you?
    2. 2. Are others imitated by you?
    3. 3. Have others being imitated by you?
    4. 4. Were others being imitated by you?

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Q.- Change the voice : Who is creating this mess?

    1. 1. Who has been created this mess?
    2. 2. By whom has this mess been created?
    3. 3. By whom this mess is being created?
    4. 4. By whom is this mess being created?

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Q.- Change the voice : Darjeeling grows tea.

    1. 1. Tea is being grown in Darjeeling.
    2. 2. Let the tea be grown in Darjeeling.
    3. 3. Tea is grown in Darjeeling.
    4. 4. Tea grows in Darjeeling.

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Q.- He found the student guilty.

    1. 1. The student was found to be guilty by him.
    2. 2. The student was found guilty by him.
    3. 3. The student was found guilty by him.
    4. 4. The student found to be guilty by him.

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Q.- He displeased Mr. Mathur.

    1. 1. Mr. Mathur was displeased on him.
    2. 2. Mr. Mathur was displeased for him.
    3. 3. Mr. Mathur was displeased at him.
    4. 4. Mr. Mathur was displeased with him.

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Q.- Rahul made her laugh.

    1. 1. She had made to laugh by Rahul.
    2. 2. She was made for laugh by Rahul.
    3. 3. She was made to laugh by Rahul.
    4. 4. She was made laugh by Rahul.

3
Note : Please note \made to laugh\

Q.- His behaviour surprised me.

    1. 1. I was surprised for his behaviour.
    2. 2. I was surprised at his behaviour.
    3. 3. I was surprised with his behaviour.
    4. 4. I was surprised on his behaviour.

2
Note: We use \at\ preposition with word \surprised\

Q.- His hard work satisfied me.

    1. 1. I was satisfied for his hard work.
    2. 2. I was satisfied by his hard work.
    3. 3. I was satisfied with his hard work.
    4. 4. I was satisfied at his hard work.

3
Note: We use \with\ preposition with word \satisfied\

Q.- Mr. Sharma knows me.

    1. 1. I am known for Mr. Sharma.
    2. 2. I am known with Mr. Sharma.
    3. 3. I am known at Mr. Sharma.
    4. 4. I am known to Mr. Sharma.

4
Note: We use o\ preposition with word \Know\

Q.- Where do they buy the utensils ?

    1. 1. Where did the utensils bought ?
    2. 2. Where was the utensils bought ?
    3. 3. Where are the utensils bought ?
    4. 4. Where were the utensils bought ?

3
It can also be : Where are the utensils bought by them ?

Q.- Let us play.

    1. 1. It is suggested that we could play.
    2. 2. It is suggested that we should play.
    3. 3. It is suggested to play.
    4. 4. No change

2
When we use \us\ after \Let\ it means it is a suggestion. So it is converted as this example.

Q.- Help the poor.

    1. 1. The poor should helped.
    2. 2. We should help poor.
    3. 3. Let the poor be helped.
    4. 4. The poor should be helped.

4
If there is sense of advice in an Imperative sentence then Passive voice will be as: Passive subject + should be + third form of verb.

Q.- It is time to do our business.

    1. 1. It is time for our business to be done.
    2. 2. It is time to our business to be done.
    3. 3. It is time our business to be done.
    4. 4. It is time for our business be done.

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Note: Please note the use of \for\

Q.- Active and Passive Voice - Verbal Ability The seller lowered the prices.

    1. 1. The prices lowered the seller.
    2. 2. The prices were lowered by the seller.
    3. 3. Down went the price.
    4. 4. The prices lowered by the seller.

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Q.- Has anybody answered his question?

    1. 1. His question has been answered?
    2. 2. Anybody has answered his question?
    3. 3. Has his question been answered?
    4. 4. Has his question answered?

3
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Q.- The thief destroyed several items in the room. Even the carpet has been torn

    1. 1. Several items destroyed in the room by the thief. Even the carpet he has torn.
    2. 2. Several items in the room were destroyed by the thief. He has even torn the carpet.
    3. 3. Including the carpet several item in the room have been torn by the thief.
    4. 4. The thief being destroyed several items in the room also carpet has torn.

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Q.- The Bihar government has launched a massive tribal welfare program in the state.

    1. 1. A massive tribal welfare program is launched by the Bihar government in the state.
    2. 2. massive tribal welfare program had been launched by the Bihar government in the state.
    3. 3. A massive tribal welfare program has been launched by the Bihar government in the state.
    4. 4. A massive tribal welfare program is been launched by the Bihar government in the state.

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Q.- You will have to pull down this skyscraper as you have not complied with the town planning regulations.

    1. 1. This skyscraper will have to be pulled down as the town planning regulations have not been complied with.
    2. 2. This skyscraper will have to be pulled down by you as the town planning regulations have not been complied by you.
    3. 3. This skyscraper will be pulled down as the town planning regulations have not been complied with.
    4. 4. This skyscraper will have to be pulled down as the town planning regulations have not been complied.

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Q.- Many a person has been saved from the man-eaters by the hunters.

    1. 1. These hunters will save many a person from the man-eaters.
    2. 2. These hunters save many a person from the man-eaters.
    3. 3. These hunters saved many a person from the man-eaters.
    4. 4. These hunters have saved many a person from the man-eaters.

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Q.- The audience loudly cheered the leader's speech.

    1. 1. The leader's speech was loudly cheered by the audience.
    2. 2. The leader's speech is loudly cheered by the audience.
    3. 3. The audience loudly cheered the leader for his speech.
    4. 4. The speech of the leader was loudly cheered by the audience.

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Q.- Did he remember the date and time?

    1. 1. Are the date and time remembered by him?
    2. 2. Was he remembering the date and time?
    3. 3. Were the date and time remembered by him?
    4. 4. Did the date and time remembered by him?

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Q.- The inmates of the juvenile home well by their caretakers.

    1. 1. Were not being treated
    2. 2. Were not treating
    3. 3. Have not being treated
    4. 4. Was not being treated

1
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Q.- The Romans expected to conquer Carthage.

    1. 1. The Romans expected to have conquered Carthage.
    2. 2. Carthage was expected to be conquered by the Romans.
    3. 3. The Romans were expected to conquer Carthage.
    4. 4. It was expected by the Romans that they would conquered Carthage.

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Q.- Antonym of : MINOR

    1. 1. small
    2. 2. Big
    3. 3. Major
    4. 4. Tall

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Q.- Antonym of : FICKLE

    1. 1. Courageous
    2. 2. Sincere
    3. 3. Steadfast
    4. 4. Humble

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Q.- Antonym of : VIOLENT

    1. 1. Humble
    2. 2. Harmless
    3. 3. Gentle
    4. 4. Tame

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Q.- Antonym of : VIRTUOUS

    1. 1. Wicked
    2. 2. Corrupt
    3. 3. Vicious
    4. 4. Scandalous

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Q.- Antonym of : LUCID

    1. 1. Glory
    2. 2. Noisy
    3. 3. Obscure
    4. 4. Dark

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Q.- Antonym of : STATIONARY

    1. 1. Active
    2. 2. Mobile
    3. 3. Rapid
    4. 4. Busy

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Q.- Antonym of : GULLIBLE

    1. 1. Incredulous
    2. 2. Fickle
    3. 3. Easy
    4. 4. Stylish

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Q.- Antonym of : LOQUACIOUS

    1. 1. Reticent
    2. 2. Talkative
    3. 3. Garrulous
    4. 4. Verbose

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Q.- Antonym of : SUBSERVIENT

    1. 1. Aggressive
    2. 2. Straightforward
    3. 3. Dignified
    4. 4. Supercilious

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Q.- Antonym of : METICULOUS

    1. 1. Mutual
    2. 2. Shaggy
    3. 3. Meretricious
    4. 4. Slovenly

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Q.- Antonym of RECONDITE

    1. 1. Occult
    2. 2. Pedantic
    3. 3. Hermetic
    4. 4. Manifest

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Q.- Antonym of SARTORIAL

    1. 1. Sincere
    2. 2. Inelegant
    3. 3. Cheerful
    4. 4. Homespun

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Q.- Antonym of PIQUE

    1. 1. Irk
    2. 2. Joy
    3. 3. Huff
    4. 4. Hurt

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Q.- Antonym of FRIVOLOUS

    1. 1. Trivial
    2. 2. Silly
    3. 3. Petty
    4. 4. Wise

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Q.- Antonym of DUCTILE

    1. 1. Docile
    2. 2. Pliable
    3. 3. Stiff
    4. 4. Supple

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Q.- Antonym of QUIESCENT

    1. 1. Active
    2. 2. Asleep
    3. 3. Deactivated
    4. 4. Fallow

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Q.- Antonym of FALLACIOUS

    1. 1. Credit
    2. 2. Clean
    3. 3. Truthful
    4. 4. Dishonest

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Q.- Antonym of DENIGRATE

    1. 1. Asperse
    2. 2. Boost
    3. 3. Besmirch
    4. 4. Vilify

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Q.- Antonym of EXODUS

    1. 1. Migration
    2. 2. Arrival
    3. 3. Offgoing
    4. 4. Retreat

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Q.- Antonym of DISPENSABLE

    1. 1. Disposable
    2. 2. Minor
    3. 3. Trivial
    4. 4. Useful

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Q.- Choose Antonyms for: WILY

    1. 1. twisted
    2. 2. cunning
    3. 3. irrational
    4. 4. guileless

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The words wily (cunning) and guileless are antonyms.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: WASTREL

    1. 1. devotee
    2. 2. spender
    3. 3. miser
    4. 4. prodigal

3
Miser( a person who is extremely unwilling to spend money) is an antonym of wastrel (an extremely extravagant person)

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: VITIATE

    1. 1. weaken
    2. 2. enfeeble
    3. 3. thin
    4. 4. purify

4
Vitiate means to spoil or make less good. The word purify is its closest antonym.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: VOCIFEROUS

    1. 1. sturdy
    2. 2. quiet
    3. 3. loud
    4. 4. hoarse

2
Vociferous means vehement or loud the word quiet is its antonym.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: ACQUITTAL

    1. 1. exoneration
    2. 2. revenge
    3. 3. conviction
    4. 4. vendetta

3
Acquittal (declare innocent) and conviction (declare guilty) are antonyms.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: ASPHYXIATE

    1. 1. REMOVE
    2. 2. accept
    3. 3. discard
    4. 4. breathe

4
The words asphyxiate (suffocate) and breathe are antonyms.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: STOIC

    1. 1. passionate
    2. 2. apathetic
    3. 3. unflappable
    4. 4. nervous

1
The word stoic (resigned unemotional) and passionate are antonyms.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: STERLING

    1. 1. royal
    2. 2. mediocre
    3. 3. loyal
    4. 4. deceptive

2
The word sterling (excellent) is an antonym of mediocre (of average quality).

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: SQUANDER

    1. 1. waste
    2. 2. liberate
    3. 3. presume
    4. 4. economize

4
Squander means to waste (money time etc) in a reckless or foolish way. Economize is its antonym.

Q.- Choose Antonyms for: MELLIFLUOUS

    1. 1. harmonious
    2. 2. pitchable
    3. 3. discordant
    4. 4. internal

3
The word mellifluous means pleasingly smooth or musical to hear. The word discordant (cacophonous harsh) is its antonym.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. of 2. we 3. heard 4. him 5. had

    1. 1. 42351
    2. 2. 52341
    3. 3. 25341
    4. 4. 25314

4
We had heard of him.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. medicine 2. a 3. Neeta 4. given 5. was

    1. 1. 51423
    2. 2. 25431
    3. 3. 15423
    4. 4. 35421

4
Neeta was given a medicine.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. left 2. the 3. house 4. he 5. suddenly

    1. 1. 54123
    2. 2. 21354
    3. 3. 45123
    4. 4. 52341

3
He suddenly left the house.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. killed 2. a 3. Jaswant 4. bear 5. wild

    1. 1. 31254
    2. 2. 53124
    3. 3. 23145
    4. 4. 43125

1
Jaswant killed a wild bear.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. bag? 2. you 3. seen 4. have 5. my

    1. 1. 51432
    2. 2. 43512
    3. 3. 42351
    4. 4. 42153

3
Have you seen my bag?

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. seen 2. going 3. you 4. him 5. have

    1. 1. 35214
    2. 2. 35142
    3. 3. 32514
    4. 4. 35124

2
You have seen him going.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. at 2. it 3. take 4. once 5. away

    1. 1. 23514
    2. 2. 14352
    3. 3. 32514
    4. 4. 53214

3
Take it away at once.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. him 2. the 3. to 4. charge 5. handover

    1. 1. 42531
    2. 2. 51342
    3. 3. 41352
    4. 4. 52431

4
Handover the charge to him.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. not 2. Hari 3. away 4. run 5. did

    1. 1. 13542
    2. 2. 35412
    3. 3. 52431
    4. 4. 25143

4
Hari did not run away.

Q.- Order the Sentence : 1. not 2. hotel 3. comfortable 4. was 5. the

    1. 1. 34521
    2. 2. 53412
    3. 3. 34152
    4. 4. 52413

4
The hotel was not comfortable.

Q.- (A) A happy (B) heaven on earth (C) Family (D) Is

    1. 1. ACDB
    2. 2. ACBD
    3. 3. BDCA
    4. 4. DBAC

1
A happy family is heaven on earth.

Q.- (A) The cause (B) is (C) of unhappiness (D) Craving

    1. 1. BDAC
    2. 2. BDCA
    3. 3. DBCA
    4. 4. DBAC

4
Craving is the cause of unhappiness.

Q.- (A) is (B) of life (C) unhappiness (D) a laboratory

    1. 1. CABD
    2. 2. CADB
    3. 3. ACDB
    4. 4. ACBD

2
Unhappiness is a laboratory of life.

Q.- 1. I 2. immediately 3. salary 4. my 5. want

    1. 1. 43152
    2. 2. 15432
    3. 3. 25143
    4. 4. 42351

2
I want my salary immediately.

Q.- 1. left 2. the 3. house 4. he 5. suddenly

    1. 1. 12435
    2. 2. 21354
    3. 3. 45123
    4. 4. 52341

3
He suddenly left the house.

Q.- 1. medicine 2. a 3. Neeta 4. given 5. was

    1. 1. 51423
    2. 2. 25431
    3. 3. 15423
    4. 4. 35421

4
Neeta was given a medicine.

Q.- 1. not 2. mahesh 3. away 4. run 5. did

    1. 1. 13542
    2. 2. 35412
    3. 3. 52431
    4. 4. 25143

4
Mahesh did not run away.

Q.- 1. of 2. they 3. heard 4. him 5. had

    1. 1. 25314
    2. 2. 52341
    3. 3. 25341
    4. 4. 25431

1
They had heard of him.

Q.- (A) Time (B) waits for none (C) and (D) Tide

    1. 1. ACDB
    2. 2. ACBD
    3. 3. BDAC
    4. 4. BDCA

1
Time and tide waits for none.

Q.- (A) is greater (B) god (C) love (D) than

    1. 1. CABD
    2. 2. CADB
    3. 3. ACDB
    4. 4. ACBD

2
Love is greater than god.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. to 2. allow 3. can 4. you 5. so 6. unhappy 7. be 8. nobody 9. unless 10. yourself 11. make 12. you

    1. 1. 9-12-6-2-8-3-11-4-10-1-7-5
    2. 2. 10-1-7-5-6-9-12-2-8-3-11-4
    3. 3. 8-3-11-4-6-9-12-2-10-1-7-5
    4. 4. 8-3-11-4-6-9-2-12-10-1-7-5

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Nobody can make you unhappy unless you allow yourself to be so

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. killed 2. a 3. Sunil 4. bear 5. wild

    1. 1. 31254
    2. 2. 53124
    3. 3. 23145
    4. 4. 43125

1
Sunil killed a wild bear.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. the best 2. less than 3. which is 4. anything 5. accept 6. or 7. do 8. do not

    1. 1. 12387654
    2. 2. 12354876
    3. 3. 87645312
    4. 4. 87654321

4
Do not do or accept anything which is less than the best.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. can 2. You 3. from 4. learn 5. in 6. everybody 7. world 8. the

    1. 1. 21436587
    2. 2. 21463578
    3. 3. 24163578
    4. 4. 87654321

1
You can learn from everybody in the world.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. world 2. you 3. indispensable 4. not 5. are 6. the 7. for

    1. 1. 2547361
    2. 2. 2543761
    3. 3. 2534716
    4. 4. 2534167

2
You are not indispensable for the world.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. a 2. weakness 3. is 4. anger 5. of 6. sign

    1. 1. 652431
    2. 2. 652314
    3. 3. 431652
    4. 4. 436125

3
Anger is a sign of weakness.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. earth 2. on 3. heaven 4. is 5. family 6. happy 7. a

    1. 1. 1237654
    2. 2. 7562314
    3. 3. 7654312
    4. 4. 7654321

4
A happy family is heaven on earth.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. well-being 2. regulate 3. your mental 4. your diet 5. for

    1. 1. 24531
    2. 2. 24513
    3. 3. 13245
    4. 4. 24315

1
Regulate your diet for your mental well-being.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. above 2. life 3. be 4. limitations 5. of

    1. 1. 31452
    2. 2. 31425
    3. 3. 13452
    4. 4. 13542

1
Be above limitations of life.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. an 2. life 3. problems 4. integral 5. of 6. are 7. part

    1. 1. 2513467
    2. 2. 2614753
    3. 3. 3615247
    4. 4. 3614752

4
Problems are an integral part of life.

Q.- Join below parts to make a meaningful sentence. 1. work 2. fruits 3. enjoy 4. the 5. the 6. not

    1. 1. 341526
    2. 2. 341652
    3. 3. 345216
    4. 4. 345261

2
Enjoy the work not the fruits.

Q.- Improve the sentence : I have lived in Delhi since I was four.

    1. 1. am living
    2. 2. lived
    3. 3. had lived
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Improve the sentence : We did not see this movie yet.

    1. 1. have seen
    2. 2. have not seen
    3. 3. have seen
    4. 4. No improvement

2
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Q.- Improve the sentence : My friend was in hospital for a week after an accident.

    1. 1. through
    2. 2. following
    3. 3. for
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Improve the sentence : This matter admits of no excuse.

    1. 1. admits to
    2. 2. admits from
    3. 3. admits
    4. 4. No improvement

4
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Q.- Improve the sentence : He was fined for careless driving.

    1. 1. got fined
    2. 2. fined
    3. 3. was to be fined
    4. 4. No improvement

4
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Q.- Improve the sentence : Why the dinosaurs died out is not known.

    1. 1. it is not known
    2. 2. the reason is not known
    3. 3. that is not known
    4. 4. No improvement

4
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Q.- Improve the sentence : Mr. Smith arrived at India in June last year.

    1. 1. to
    2. 2. by
    3. 3. in
    4. 4. No improvement

3
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Q.- Improve the sentence : As she was suffering from high fever she could not face the examination.

    1. 1. bear
    2. 2. suffer
    3. 3. take
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Improve the sentence : Taxpayers are to be conscious of their privileges.

    1. 1. have to
    2. 2. need
    3. 3. ought to
    4. 4. No improvement

1
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Q.- Improve the sentence : We look forward to hear from you.

    1. 1. hearing
    2. 2. have heard
    3. 3. listen
    4. 4. No improvement

1
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Q.- Whatever to our other problems. we have no shortcoming to cheap labour in India.

    1. 1. default
    2. 2. deficit
    3. 3. scarcity
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Not long back in Japan a mysterious nerve gas affected a large number of people.

    1. 1. effected
    2. 2. infected
    3. 3. infested
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Most donors would seriously protest any effort to extrapolate from such limited data.

    1. 1. protest against
    2. 2. protest at
    3. 3. protest to
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- She says she's already paid me back but I can't remember so I 'll have to take her word.

    1. 1. to take her word true
    2. 2. to take her at her word
    3. 3. to take her word for it
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- If you had attended the meeting you would have benefited a great deal.

    1. 1. could benefit
    2. 2. would benefit
    3. 3. benefited
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- The company goes to great length to ensure that employees can be comfortable in their work environment.

    1. 1. are comfortable
    2. 2. will be comfortable
    3. 3. should be comfortable
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Although India is still by far a poor country it can become rich if its natural and human resources are fully utilised.

    1. 1. few and far between
    2. 2. by and large
    3. 3. by and by
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- The reason why he wrote the letter was because he could not contact him over the phone.

    1. 1. why he wrote the letter was since
    2. 2. for which he wrote the letter because
    3. 3. why he wrote the letter was that
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- While we would like that all Indian Children to go to school we need to ponder why they do not.

    1. 1. that all the Indian children
    2. 2. if all the children of India
    3. 3. all Indian children
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- The logic of Berlin wall already had been undermined but when the news came through that the wall itself had been opened I jumped into a car.

    1. 1. had been undetermined already
    2. 2. had already been undetermined
    3. 3. had been already undetermined
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- Sentence Improvement - Verbal Ability. See capital words and remove it by proper answer. The appetite of banks for funds was lost under the onslaught of the slowdown corporates refused to borrow even AS BANK DEPOSITS FLOURISHED.

    1. 1. When bank deposits were flourished
    2. 2. If bank deposits are being flourished
    3. 3. Bank deposits will be flourished
    4. 4. No improvement required

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Q.- Would you mind HELP me with these questions?

    1. 1. to help
    2. 2. of helping
    3. 3. helping
    4. 4. helped

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Q.- Where politics fails economics MAY SOME TIME SUCCEED.

    1. 1. may sometimes succeeds
    2. 2. may sometime succeeds
    3. 3. sometimes succeed
    4. 4. sometimes succeeds

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Q.- They are social insects LIVING IN COMMUNITIES regulated by definite laws each member of society bearing well-defined and separate part in the work of a colony.

    1. 1. who are living in communities
    2. 2. living among a community
    3. 3. who lives with a community
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- When it was feared that the serfs might go too far and gain their freedom from serfdom the protestant leaders joined the princes at CRUSHING them.

    1. 1. into crushing
    2. 2. in crushing
    3. 3. without crushing
    4. 4. No improvement

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Q.- IF THE ROOM HAD BEEN BRIGHTER I would have been able to read for a while before bed time.

    1. 1. If the room was brighter
    2. 2. No improvement
    3. 3. Had the room been brighter
    4. 4. If the room are brighter

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Q.- Whatever to our other problems. we have no SHORTCOMING to cheap labour in India.

    1. 1. default
    2. 2. No improvement
    3. 3. scarcity
    4. 4. deficit

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Q.- I PREFER TO STAYING INDOORS RATHER THAN going out on a hot afternoon.

    1. 1. I prefer in staying indoors than
    2. 2. I prefer staying indoors to
    3. 3. I prefer stay indoors to
    4. 4. I would prefer to staying indoors than

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Staying indoors' and 'going out' are the options. 'To' should be used instead of 'rather than'.

Q.- People attended the meeting in large numbers DESPITE OF THE HEAVY DOWNPOUR.

    1. 1. besides the heavy downpour
    2. 2. despite the heavy downpour
    3. 3. in spite the heavy downpour
    4. 4. although the heavy downpour

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The preposition 'of' should not be used with 'despite'.

Q.- BORN WITH A SILVER SPOON Tom always lived a life of luxury.

    1. 1. Having had born with a silver spoon
    2. 2. He was born with a silver spoon
    3. 3. When he was born with a silver spoon
    4. 4. No correction required

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Q.- Read the following five sentences in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningfull paragraph then answer the questions given below them. I reached office at 11 O' clock after sending the money. Some money had to be sent to my parents. After that I spent

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Read the following five sentences in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningfull paragraph then answer the questions given below them. I reached office at 11 O' clock after sending the money. Some money had to be sent to my parents. After that I spent

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Read the following five sentences in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningfull paragraph then answer the questions given below them. I reached office at 11 O' clock after sending the money. Some money had to be sent to my parents. After that I spent

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Read the following five sentences in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningfull paragraph then answer the questions given below them. I reached office at 11 O' clock after sending the money. Some money had to be sent to my parents. After that I spent

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Read the following five sentences in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningfull paragraph then answer the questions given below them. I reached office at 11 O' clock after sending the money. Some money had to be sent to my parents. After that I spent

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 4
    4. 4. 5

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Q.- Rearrange the following five sentences in proper sequence so as to for a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them. After Examining him the doctor smiled at him mischievously and took out a syringe. Thinking that he was really sick h

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Rearrange the following five sentences in proper sequence so as to for a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them. After Examining him the doctor smiled at him mischievously and took out a syringe. Thinking that he was really sick h

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Rearrange the following five sentences in proper sequence so as to for a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them. After Examining him the doctor smiled at him mischievously and took out a syringe. Thinking that he was really sick h

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- Rearrange the following five sentences in proper sequence so as to for a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them. After Examining him the doctor smiled at him mischievously and took out a syringe. Thinking that he was really sick h

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 5

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Q.- Rearrange the following five sentences in proper sequence so as to for a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them. After Examining him the doctor smiled at him mischievously and took out a syringe. Thinking that he was really sick h

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. 3
    4. 4. 4

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Q.- A. The questions isn t who is going to let me; it s who is going to stop me remarked celebrated author Ayn Rand. B. Born into an affluent family she opened her soul to music and literature in that order. But her times were different. C. For women talent

    1. 1. BDCA
    2. 2. CBDA
    3. 3. ADBC
    4. 4. DBCA

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Q.- A. The strength of a company s ethical culture lies in the extent to which the organization makes doing the right thing a priority. B. Hence it is imperative to continually share expectations and policies to create a clear understanding of acceptable and

    1. 1. ACDB
    2. 2. ABCD
    3. 3. ADCB
    4. 4. ADBC

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Q.- A. Somewhere in the 90 women were encouraged to join the office cadre in the Indian Army which can be considered as a major breakthrough in women s empowerment. B. Though work place evils such as harassment and gender bias continue to create obstacles t

    1. 1. CDAB
    2. 2. BCDA
    3. 3. CBAD
    4. 4. ACDB

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Q.- A. When primitive natives in New Guinea saw an aircraft for the first time they called it the big bird . B. Birds were familiar to them. C. We assimilate the strange or unfamiliar by comparing it consciously or unconsciously to what is familiar to us.

    1. 1. CABD
    2. 2. CDBA
    3. 3. ABDC
    4. 4. ADBC

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Q.- A. When you are thinking you are travelling mentally you are on a journey. B. For genuine thinking is always a process possessing direction. C. Look out for the unexpected thoughts however lightly they stir in your mind. D. Sometimes an unsuspected path

    1. 1. ACBD
    2. 2. DACB
    3. 3. DCAB
    4. 4. ABCD

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Q.- A. The idea for rinsing glass over a molten tin bath came to Sir Alastair when he stood at his kitchen sink washing dishes. B. Pilkington s proprietary process eliminated this final manufacturing stage by floating the glass after it is cast from a melt

    1. 1. ABCD
    2. 2. BADC
    3. 3. CDAB
    4. 4. BCDA

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Q.- A. Following his defeat he abdicated with the apparent intention of going into exile in America. B. At Rocherfort however he found the harbour blockaded and he decided to surrender himself to Royal Navy. C. He was escorted aboard HMS Bellerophon. It was

    1. 1. DABC
    2. 2. ACBD
    3. 3. ABCD
    4. 4. DBCA

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Q.- A. You may not think about it you can instinctively understand that when someone helps you you are expected sooner or later to somehow pay them back in some reasonable way. B. You already know a lot more about influence than you realize. C. Some of the

    1. 1. ABCD
    2. 2. BCDA
    3. 3. CDBA
    4. 4. BACD

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Q.- A. They don t think of influence as a kind of exchange and don t understand how important it is to deliver something of value to the other person rather than what they themselves value. B. As instinctive as some kinds of influence are many people do not

    1. 1. ABCD
    2. 2. ACDB
    3. 3. CDBA
    4. 4. BADC

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Q.- A. The block or slab rock is usually used for building. B. The rocks may be quarried as solid blocks or slabs or as crushed and broken stone. C. Crushed rock is most often used for roadbeds. D. Quarrying is the process by which rock materials are remov

    1. 1. DBAC
    2. 2. BCAD
    3. 3. DACB
    4. 4. CBAD

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Q.- Para Completion- Verbal Ability Many teachers believe that the easiest way of maintaining order and discipline in classrooms is by instilling fear in the minds of the students. ----- Parents too are to blame for this syndrome for they make life difficult

    1. 1. A and B
    2. 2. A and C
    3. 3. Only A
    4. 4. All the three

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Only statements A and B can Join the two sentences. C is different from them.

Q.- Man's biggest enemy is his fear of failure --- So it is very important to overcome our fears and build our self-confidence before picking up the gauntlet. (A) It is something which can adversely affect his performance. (B) Fear also makes one lose one's s

    1. 1. Only C
    2. 2. A and B
    3. 3. A and C
    4. 4. Only A

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C is different from the idea expressed in the given sentences. Only A and B can come in between the two sentences.

Q.- In every field there is pressure to perform. ---- After all in every failure there is a lesson to be learnt. (A) Parents and teachers should guard against putting unnecessary pressures on children. (B) But instead of succumbing to pressures one has to be

    1. 1. Only C
    2. 2. A and B
    3. 3. Only A
    4. 4. Only B

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Statement A is not a direct continuation of the first sentence. Only B expresses an alternative for the idea expressed in the first sentence. And the second sentence explains statement B. Statement C is abrupt and does not present the flow of thought.

Q.- These days it is rare to find a politician with a clean record. ---- When this is the situation all talks about eradication of corruption is nothing but hollow. (A) It is common for ministers MPs and MLAs to possess agencies of petrol pumps and gas own me

    1. 1. Only C
    2. 2. A and B
    3. 3. Only B
    4. 4. B and C

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Statements A and B further elaborate on the idea expressed in the first sentence.

Q.- Many a time it makes one wonder whether we are still in the medieval and primordial age of inculcating discipline among students. ----- Disciplining the undisciplined ones in a disciplined manner will have a telling effect. (A) Maintaining discipline amon

    1. 1. A and C
    2. 2. Only C
    3. 3. Only A
    4. 4. Only B

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Only statement C denotes how discipline should be inculcated in students.

Q.- Quite often we are faced with the dilemma of having to decide what is right and what is wrong. ---- The best way to overcome the inherent and instinctive negative tendencies present in us is to go by one's conscience to do the right thing. (A) Our instinc

    1. 1. Only A
    2. 2. A and B
    3. 3. A and C
    4. 4. Only C

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Statements B and C do not comply with the given statements. The two sentences linked by statement A make a logically coherent paragraph.

Q.- The stress which college students undergo is mainly in 3 spheres - academics. career peer pressure and the root of them all is competition. ---- Such kinds of strain cause stress which undoubtedly leads to lack of concentration dropping confidence levels

    1. 1. Only A
    2. 2. B and C
    3. 3. A and C
    4. 4. A and B

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The given sentences are about college students and stress management. A fits into this. B about wayward student and C about stress management are irrelevant here.

Q.- Pearls occupy a pride of place in the history of Hyderabad. ---- These artisans who have inherited their skill from their forefathers maintain strict secrecy about their craft. (A) With the process of culturing today pearls are easily available and afford

    1. 1. A and B
    2. 2. Only A
    3. 3. Only B
    4. 4. A and C

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Only Statement B can come in between the two sentences because B is a continuation of the first sentence and the second sentence is a continuation of the idea expressed in B.

Q.- One of the main reasons for a growing disillusionment with science amongst the general public is the perception that scientists are always arguing with one another and constantly changing their minds. ------ People want scientists to agree to present a un

    1. 1. Only A
    2. 2. Only B
    3. 3. A and B
    4. 4. A and C

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The opening statement states that scientists seldom arrive at a consensus and this is the reason why people are increasingly disillusioned with science. Statement B is a continuation of the first statement as it carries the idea forward. The last statement ideally follows B by talking about what people expect from the scientific community.

Q.- Psychologists suggest that understanding or resolving a joke is a mental exercise - an act of creativity. ---- Psychologists use this aspect to assess the mental health of the elderly. (A) It involves playing with several alternative ideas and changing th

    1. 1. A and B
    2. 2. B and C
    3. 3. A and C
    4. 4. All the three

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The first sentence states the suggestion given by the psychologists regarding the understanding of a joke. The last sentence says that they use 'this aspect' to assess something and this aspect is 'the ability to resolve'. Hence C precedes the last sentence and B precedes C as the idea of 'resolution' is given in this sentence. Sentence A is a logical continuation of the opening sentence and hence the given sentence along with all the three sentences forms a coherent paragraph.

Q.- Give substitutes : To issue a thunderous verbal attack

    1. 1. Languish
    2. 2. Animate
    3. 3. Fulminate
    4. 4. Invigorate

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Q.- Give substitutes : Of outstanding significance

    1. 1. Monumental
    2. 2. Rational
    3. 3. Ominous
    4. 4. Evident

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Q.- Give substitutes : That which cannot be believed

    1. 1. Incredible
    2. 2. Incredulous
    3. 3. Implausible
    4. 4. Unreliable

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Q.- Give substitutes : Murder of a brother

    1. 1. Patricide
    2. 2. Regicide
    3. 3. Homicide
    4. 4. Fratricide

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Q.- Give substitutes : A government by the nobles

    1. 1. Aristocracy
    2. 2. Democracy
    3. 3. Autocracy
    4. 4. Bureaucracy

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Q.- Give substitutes : Very pleasing to eat

    1. 1. Appetising
    2. 2. Palatable
    3. 3. Tantalising
    4. 4. Sumptuous

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Q.- Give substitutes : A style full of words

    1. 1. Verbose
    2. 2. Pedantic
    3. 3. Rhetorical
    4. 4. Abundant

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Q.- Give substitutes : Ready to believe

    1. 1. Credulous
    2. 2. Credible
    3. 3. Creditable
    4. 4. Incredible

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Q.- Give substitutes : A dramatic performance

    1. 1. Mask
    2. 2. Mosque
    3. 3. Masque
    4. 4. Mascot

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Q.- Give substitutes : One who knows everything

    1. 1. Literate
    2. 2. Scholar
    3. 3. Omnipotent
    4. 4. Omniscient

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Q.- Virtuoso

    1. 1. Dump performer on stage.
    2. 2. Brilliant performer on stage.
    3. 3. Dump performer in studies.
    4. 4. Brilliant performer in studies.

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Q.- Uxorious

    1. 1. extremely fond of one's father.
    2. 2. extremely fond of one's sister.
    3. 3. extremely fond of one's mother.
    4. 4. extremely fond of one's wife.

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Q.- Sot

    1. 1. teetotaller.
    2. 2. very weak.
    3. 3. habitual drunkard.
    4. 4. very strong.

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Q.- Termagant

    1. 1. a very kind lady.
    2. 2. a very happy lady.
    3. 3. a very quarrelsome lady.
    4. 4. a very sad lady.

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Q.- Samaritan

    1. 1. One who is very hatred.
    2. 2. One who helps needy.
    3. 3. One who never help.
    4. 4. One who is very greedy.

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Q.- Numismatist

    1. 1. One who collect dresses.
    2. 2. One who collect tickets.
    3. 3. One who collect coins.
    4. 4. One who collect autographs.

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Q.- Indefatigable

    1. 1. Tired
    2. 2. Tireless
    3. 3. Just awaken
    4. 4. Running

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Q.- Impregnable

    1. 1. that cannot be treated by love.
    2. 2. that cannot be entered by hate.
    3. 3. that cannot be seen.
    4. 4. that cannot be entered by force.

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Q.- Hypochondriac

    1. 1. a patient with imaginary symptoms and ailments
    2. 2. a person who thinks that he is superior
    3. 3. a person who thinks he is wrong
    4. 4. confessing one's mistakes

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Q.- Highbrow

    1. 1. Egoistic
    2. 2. Expensive
    3. 3. Cheap
    4. 4. Intellectual

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Q.- Substitution - Verbal Ability Commencement of words with the same letter.

    1. 1. Rhyme
    2. 2. Alliteration
    3. 3. Pun
    4. 4. Oxymoron

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Q.- A poem written on the death of someone loved and lost

    1. 1. Ode
    2. 2. Epic
    3. 3. Sonnet
    4. 4. Elegy

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Q.- A government run by a dictator.

    1. 1. Democracy
    2. 2. Autocracy
    3. 3. Oligarchy
    4. 4. Theocracy

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Q.- Large scale departure of people

    1. 1. Migration
    2. 2. Emigration
    3. 3. Immigration
    4. 4. Exodus

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Q.- To send an unwanted person out of the country.

    1. 1. Exclude
    2. 2. Ostracise
    3. 3. Deport
    4. 4. Expatriate

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Q.- A person who believes that pleasure is the chief good

    1. 1. Stoic
    2. 2. Hedonist
    3. 3. Epicure
    4. 4. Sensual

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Q.- A process involving too much official formality

    1. 1. Nepotism
    2. 2. Diplomacy
    3. 3. Red-tapism
    4. 4. Bureaucracy

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Q.- A short walk for pleasure or exercise.

    1. 1. jog
    2. 2. stroll
    3. 3. gallop
    4. 4. promenade

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Q.- Scientific study of fungi.

    1. 1. zoology
    2. 2. botany
    3. 3. mycology
    4. 4. physiology

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Q.- Bringing about gentle and painless death from incurable disease

    1. 1. Suicide
    2. 2. Euphoria
    3. 3. Gallows
    4. 4. Euthanasia

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