English Grammar and correct usage test - Dec 11, 2014
English Grammar and correct usage test – Dec 11, 20141. Choose the correct spelling of the below given word.
d. LeasionView Answer / Hide Answer2. Choose the best alternative that can replace the underlined portion in the below given sentence.
i. We may be suffering physical pain; we may be experiencing financial difficulties
with the economic crisis, falling stock prices, and
a slowing economy; or face problems at work or the loss of our jobs.
a. We should be experiencing financial difficulties
b. We might not be experiencing financial difficulties
c. We could experiencing financial difficulties
d. No changeView Answer / Hide Answer3. Rearrange the following alternatives to complete the below mentioned sentence.
A. With it immediately.
B. Super excellent concept
C. And you fall in love
D. You come up with a
d. ACDBView Answer / Hide Answer4. Choose the correct alternative that forms a logical word from the jumbled parts.
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d. 25143View Answer / Hide Answer5. In the below mentioned analogy; choose the correct from the alternatives that displays the same relation and can replace the question mark.
i. Conciliatory : Friendliness
a. Cache : Hide
b. Garrulous : old
c. Timid : Bold
d. Obvious : ExplainView Answer / Hide Answer6. Choose the odd man out.
e. ScoopView Answer / Hide Answer7. Choose the correct synonym for the below given word.
d. SureView Answer / Hide Answer8. Choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase underlined in the below given sentence.
i. He talked nineteen to the dozen and none of us could get a word in.
a. Final achievement
b. To weep
c. To be absorbed in
d. Talk non – stopView Answer / Hide Answer
9. Which alternative will best replace the below given sentence.
ANSWER: d. Talk non – stop
i. Strong and settled dislike between two people.
d. RancourView Answer / Hide Answer10. Choose the correct antonym for the below given word.
d. DescendantsView Answer / Hide Answer
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