ENORMOUS A. Soft B. Average C. Tiny D. Weak Answer:
Option C 2.
COMMISSIONED A. Started B. Closed C. Finished D. Terminated Answer:
Option D 3.
ARTIFICIAL A. Red B. Natural C. Truthful D. Solid Answer:
Option B 4.
EXODUS A. Influx B. Home-coming C. Return D. Restoration Answer:
Option A 5.
RELINQUISH A. Abdicate B. Renounce C. Possess D. Deny Answer:
Option C 6.
EXPAND A. Convert B. Condense C. Congest D. Conclude Answer:
Option B 7.
MORTAL A. Divine B. Immortal C. Spiritual D. Eternal Answer:
Option B 8.
QUIESCENT A. ACTIVE B. Dormant C. Weak D. Unconcerned Answer:
Option A 9.
OBEYING A. Ordering B. Following C. Refusing D. Contradicting Answer:
Option A 10.
FRAUDULENT A. Candid B. Direct C. Forthright D. Genuine Answer:
Option D Some proverbs/idioms are given below
together with their meanings. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom, If
there is no correct meaning given, E (i.e.) 'None of these' will be the answer. 11.
To leave someone in the lurch A. To come to compromise with someone B. Constant source of annoyance to someone C. To put someone at ease D. To desert someone in his difficulties E. None of these Answer:
Option D 12.
To play second fiddle A. To be happy, cheerful and healthy B. To reduce importance of one's senior C. To support the role and view of another
person D. To do back seat driving E. None of these Answer:
Option C 13.
To beg the question A. To refer to B. To take for granted C. To raise objections D. To be discussed E. None of these Answer:
Option B 14.
A black sheep A. An unlucky person B. A lucky person C. An ugly person D. A partner who takes no share of the
profits E. None of these Answer:
Option E 15.
A man of straw A. A man of no substance B. A very active person C. A worthy fellow D. An unreasonable person E. None of these Answer:
Option A 16.
To smell a rat A. To see signs of plague epidemic B. To get bad small of a bad dead rat C. To suspect foul dealings D. To be in a bad mood E. None of these Answer:
Option C 17.
To hit the nail right on the head A. To do the right thing B. To destroy one's reputation C. To announce one's fixed views D. To teach someone a lesson E. None of these Answer:
Option A 18.
To set one's face against A. To oppose with determination B. To judge by appearence C. To get out of difficulty D. To look at one steadily E. None of these Answer:
Option A 19.Fate
smiles ...... those who untiringly grapple with stark realities of life. A. with B. over C. on D. round Answer:
Option C 20.
The miser gazed ...... at the pile of gold coins in front of him. A. avidly B. admiringly C. thoughtfully D. earnestly Answer:
Option A 21.
Catching the earlier train will give us the ...... to do some shopping. A. chance B. luck C. possibility D. occasion Answer:
Option A 22.
I saw a ...... of cows in the field. A. group B. herd C. swarm D. flock Answer:
Option B 23.
The grapes are now ...... enough to be picked. A. ready B. mature C. ripe D. advanced Answer:
Option C 24.
Success in this examination depends ...... hard work alone. A. at B. over C. for D. on Answer:
Option D 25.
My uncle decided to take ...... and my sister to the market. A. I B. mine C. me D. myself Answer:
Option C 26.
If you smuggle goods into the country, they may be ...... by the customs
authority. A. possessed B. punished C. confiscated D. fined Answer:
Option C 27.
Man does not live by ...... alone. A. food B. bread C. meals D. diet Answer:
Option B 28.
Piyush behaves strangely at times and, therefore, nobody gets ...... with him. A. about B. through C. along D. up Answer:
Option C 29.
Rohan and Rohit are twin brothers, but they do not look ...... A. unique B. different C. likely D. alike Answer:
Option D 30.
To err is ...... to forgive divine. A. beastly B. human C. inhuman D. natural Answer:
Option B 31.
The ruling party will have to put its own house ...... order. A. in B. on C. to D. into Answer:
Option A 32.
The pilot had been warned about the storm, before he ...... A. took away B. took up C. took over D. took off Answer:
Option D 33.
Hardly had he arrived ...... it started raining. A. before B. when C. than D. after Answer:
Option B 34.
I ...... a car to be absolutely necessary these days. A. consider B. regard C. think D. agree Answer:
Option A 35.
Besides other provisions, that shopkeeper deals ...... cosmetics. A. with B. in C. at D. for Answer:
Option B 36.
The team was well trained and strong, but somehow their ...... was low. A. feeling B. moral C. consciousness D. morale Answer:
Option D. 37.
The lovers were meeting each other secretly, but their ...... affair was soon
known to everyone. A. clandestine B. covert C. unknown D. candid Answer:
Option A 38.
The king ...... the rebel. A. excused B. forgave C. pardoned D. none of these Answer:
Option C 39.
I shall call ...... you tomorrow. A. at B. on C. with D. by Answer:
Option C 40.
She ...... from the crowd because of her height and flaming red hair. A. stood out B. stood off C. stood up D. stood by Answer:
Option A 41.
In a large cities people are cut ...... from nature. A. away B. off C. out D. down Answer:
Option A 42.
The more your action and thought are allied and ...... the happier you grow. A. diverget B. unravelled C. integrated D. invincible Answer:
Option C 43.
We had a ...... of warm weather in February. A. time B. spell C. length D. phase Answer:
Option B 44.
After the rain the weather ...... and the sun came out. A. cleared out B. cleared up C. cleared away D. cleared off Answer:
Option B 45.
The building comprises ...... sixty rooms. A. of B. onto C. by D. no preposition needed Answer:
Option D 46.
Namrata was found to ...... the required qualifications for the job. A. contain B. disclose C. posses D. acquire Answer:
Option C 47.
Government buildings are ...... on the Republic day. A. enlightened B. lightened C. illuminated D. glowed Answer:
Option C 48.
We had ...... wonderful time at the party last night. A. such a B. so C. such D. very Answer:
Option A 49.
An employment advertisement should ...... the number of vacancies. A. provide B. specify C. contain D. declare Answer:
Option B 50.
When varun left the cocktail party he was as ...... as a judge. A. sober B. drunk C. brave D. wise Answer:
Option D Find the correctly spelt words. 51.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Efficient B. Treatmeant C. Beterment D. Employd Answer:
Option A 52.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Foreign B. Foreine C. Fariegn D. Forein Answer:
Option A 53.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Ommineous B. Omineous C. Ominous D. Omenous Answer:
Option C 54.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Pessenger B. Passenger C. Pasanger D. Pesanger Answer:
Option B 55.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Benefitted B. Benifited C. Benefited D. Benefeted Answer:
Option C 56.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Friming B. Burnning C. Running D. Fryng Answer:
Option C 57.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Dammage B. Damaige C. Dammege D. Damage Answer:
Option D 58.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Accomplish B. Acomplush C. Ackmplesh D. Accompalish Answer:
Option A 59.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Puerrile B. Puerrille C. Purrile D. Puerile Answer:
Option D 60.
(solve as per the direction given above) A. Satelite B. Sattelite C. Satellite D. Sattellite Answer:
Option C 61.
The workers are hell bent at getting
what is due to them. A. hell bent on getting B. hell bent for getting C. hell bent upon getting D. No improvement Answer:
Option C 62.
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. A. into crushing B. in crushing C. without crushing D. No improvement Answer:
Option B 63.
If the room had been brighter, I
would have been able to read for a while before bed time. A. If the room was brighter B. If the room are brighter C. Had the room been brighter D. No improvement Answer:
Option C 64.
The record for the biggest tiger hunt has not been met since 1911 when Lord Hardinge. then Viceroy of India, shot a
tiger than measured 11 feet and 6 inches. A. improved B. broken C. bettered D. No improvement Answer:
Option B 65.
his powerful desire brought about his
downfall. A. His intense desire B. His desire for power C. His fatal desire D. No improvement Answer:
Option B 66.
Will you kindly open the knot? A. untie B. break C. loose D. No improvement Answer:
Option A 67.
He sent a word to me that he would be
coming late. A. sent word B. had sent a word C. sent words D. No improvement Answer:
Option A 68.
We look forward to hear from you. A. hearing B. have heard C. listen D. No improvement Answer:
Option A 69.It
was indeed a shock for her, but she has later
recovered from it. A. since B. then C. afterwards D. No improvement Answer:
Option A 70.
Realising is the significance of technical education for developing country,
the government laid aside a large sum
on it during the last plan-period. A. laid up B. set aside C. laid out D. No improvement Answer:
Option B In the questions below the sentences
have been given in Active/Passive voice. From the given alternatives, choose
the one which best expresses the given sentence in Passive/Active voice. 71.
After driving professor Kumar to the museum she dropped him at his hotel. A. After being driven to the museum,
Professor Kumar was dropped at his hotel. B. Professor Kumar was being driven dropped
at his hotel. C. After she had driven Professor Kumar to
the museum she had dropped him at his hotel. D. After she was driven Professor Kumar to
the museum she had dropped him at his hotel. Answer:
Option A 72.
I remember my sister taking me to the museum. A. I remember I was taken to the museum by
my sister. B. I remember being taken to the museum by
my sister. C. I remember myself being taken to the
museum by my sister. D. I remember taken to the museum by my
Option B 73.
Who is creating this mess? A. Who has been created this mess? B. By whom has this mess been created? C. By whom this mess is being created? D. By whom is this mess being created? Answer:
Option D 74.
They greet me cheerfully every morning. A. Every morning I was greeted cheerfully. B. I am greeted cheerfully by them every
morning. C. I am being greeted cheerfully by them
every morning. D. Cheerful greeting is done by them every
morning to me. Answer:
Option B 75.
Darjeeling grows tea. A. Tea is being grown in Darjeeling. B. Let the tea be grown in Darjeeling. C. Tea is grown in Darjeeling. D. Tea grows in Darjeeling. Answer:
Option C 76.
You can play with these kittens quite safely. A. These kittens can played with quite
safely. B. These kittens can play with you quite
safely. C. These kittens can be played with you
quite safely. D. These kittens can be played with quite
Option D 77.
A child could not have done this mischief. A. This mischief could not be done by a
child. B. This mischief could not been done by a
child. C. This mischief could not have been done
by a child. D. This mischief a child could not have
been done. Answer:
Option C 78.
James Watt discovered the energy of steam. A. The energy of steam discovered James
Watt. B. The energy of steam was discovered by
James Watt. C. James Watt was discovered by the energy
of steam. D. James Watt had discovered energy by the
Option B 79.
She makes cakes every Sunday. A. Every Sunday cakes made by her. B. Cakes are made by her every Sunday. C. Cakes make her every Sunday. D. Cakes were made by her every Sunday. Answer:
Option B 80.
She spoke to the official on duty. A. The official on duty was spoken to by
her B. The official was spoken to by her on
duty. C. She was spoken to by the official on
duty. D. She was the official to be spoken to on