English Grammar and correct usage test - Dec 04, 2014
English Grammar and correct usage test – Dec 04, 20141. A sentence has been divided into four parts. Choose the alternative that contains error.
a. Considering about his
c. He should
d. Have fared well
e. No errorView Answer / Hide Answer
2. Fill in the blanks to complete the following sentence.
ANSWER: a. Considering about his
i. Kamlapathi Tripathi was only the ________ head of the party, and was not consulted on any major issue.
d. Titular View Answer / Hide Answer3. Rearrange the following alternatives to complete the below mentioned sentence.
A. is revising the
B. security plan for
C. The Punjab government
D. Muharram processions
d. BCDAView Answer / Hide Answer4. Which alternative will best replace the below given sentence.
i. A Japanese dish consisting of slices of raw fish, served with sauce.
d. SashView Answer / Hide Answer5. Choose the correct alternative that forms a logical word from the jumbled parts.
G S R E A
1 2 3 4 5
d. 23145View Answer / Hide Answer6. In the below mentioned analogy; choose the correct from the alternatives word that displays the same relation.
i. Sneer : Contempt
a. Snarl : Restlessness
b. Mourn : Frustration
c. Grimace : Pain
d. Joke : HappinessView Answer / Hide Answer
7. Choose the correct synonym for the below given word.
ANSWER: c. Grimace : Pain
d. NiceView Answer / Hide Answer8. Choose the odd man out
e. Vega View Answer / Hide Answer9. Choose the correct antonym for the below given word
d. StuffingView Answer / Hide Answer10. Choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase given below.
i. To be left holding the baby
a. To enquire
b. Have rumours
c. To excuse for now
d. To be left to shoulder an unwelcome responsibility View Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: d. To be left to shoulder an unwelcome responsibility
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