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directions:- (Q-1 to Q-3) choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase underlined in the sentence.

Q-1 He burnt his fingers by interfering in his neighbour's affair.

A- got himself into trouble

B- burnt himself

C- got rebuked

D- none

Get Answer got himself into trouble

Q-2 with my limited means, to think of buying a house in mumbai iscrying for the moon.

A- wishing for something impossible

B- crying in vain

C- wishful thinking

D- none

Get Answer wishing for something impossible

Q-3 He is a nationalist to the core.

A- completely

B- partially

C- ultimately

D- none

Get Answer completely

Directions:- (Q-4 to Q-5) Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.

Q-4 Exhaustive

A- incomplete

B- unique

C- interesting

D- none

Get Answer incomplete

Q-5 Incite

A- arouse

B- foment

C- suppress

D- none

Get Answer suppress

Directions:-(Q-6 to Q-7) Choose the word which is similar in meaning to the given word.

Q-6 Competent

A- intelligent

B- efficient

C- suitable

D- none

Get Answer intelligent

Q-7 Prejudiced

A- biased

B- foolish

C- ignorant

D- none

Get Answer biased

Directions:- (Q-8 to Q-11) Choose the correct alternative out of the four.

Q-8 The............of the middle school is a woman of.....

A- principal, principle

B- principles, principal

C- principals, principal

D- none

Get Answer principal, principle

Q-9 With the changing times, most of the students have become smarter, they are ......want to take only those courses which they find rewarding.

A- partial

B- pragmatic

C- idealistic

D- none

Get Answer pragmatic

Q-10 Student parking should be.......students should nit be charged to buy parking stickers.

A- free

B- fined

C- cheap

D- none

Get Answer free

Q-11 If you have roses growing in your garden, you can make a lovely........of flowers at home.

A- bouquet

B- bouquete

C- bouqutte

D- none

Get Answer bouquet

(Q-12 to Q-14)Find out which part of a sentence has an error

Q-12 The law should specifically (a)/ provide a clause (b)/ to protect animals from poachers. (c)/ no error (d).

Get Answer no error

Q-13 What kind (a)/ of a man (b)/ are you? (c)/ no error (d).

Get Answer no error

Q-14 Much water (a)/ has flown (b)/ under this bridge. (c)/ no error (d).

Get Answer no error

(Q-15 to Q-17) Find the correctly spelt word.

Q-15 Find the correctly spelt word.

A- ascendensy

B- assendency

C- ascendancy

D- none

Get Answer ascendensy

Q-16 Find the correctly spelt word.

A- persuesive

B- persuasieve

C- pursuasive

D- none

Get Answer persuesive

Q-17 Find the correctly spelt word.

A- effervescent

B- efervescent

C- effervesent

D- none

Get Answer effervescent

(Q-18 to Q-20) Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

Q-18 one who studies mankind.

A- pathologist

B- physicist

C- anthropologist

D- none

Get Answer anthropologist

Q-19 An opinion contrary to popular belief.

A- hearsay

B- heresy

C- paradox

D- none

Get Answer heresy

Q-20 A collection of poems

A- anthology

B- oncology

C- paradox

D- none

Get Answer anthology

(Q-21 to Q-25) First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.

Smoking is the biggest mankind. many serious...22..including lung cancer, bronchitis and heart attack smoking habits. smoking in any form whether cigarette, cigar pipe, bidi or tobacco chewing has a major....25...factor for heart attack.

Q-21 Fill in the Blanks

A- measure

B- menace

C- solace

D- none

Get Answer menace


A- diseases

B- injuries

C- debacles

D- none

Get Answer diseases


A- caused

B- traced

C- blamed

D- none

Get Answer traced


A- identified

B- attributed

C- explained

D- none

Get Answer identified


A- risk

B- important

C- critical

D- none

Get Answer risk

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