Find out suitable answer from the given alternatives:-
Diections : Q. 1 to 20
Find out word almost similar in meaning of the underlined word.
1. The horrible accident made him ill.
(a) exciting (b) unpleasant (c) shocking (d) intense
2. The Judge was found suffering from partiality.
(a) illness (b) fondness (c) nepotism (d) favouritism
3. Indian economy experienced phenomenal growth
(a) little (b) remarkable (c) prodigious (d) decadal
4. The family used to live in an enclaved land.
(a) vast (b) enclosed (c) beautiful (d) open
5. She is having a frail body.
(a) preety (b) infirm (c) aged (d) healthy
6. Many glutionous persons fail to succeed in the world.
(a) lazy (b) greedy (c) tenacious (d) miser
7. She possessed glossy utensils.
(a) beautiful (b) shining (c) costly (d) lasting
8. The members of the family were found to live in destitution.
(a) isolation (b) joyfulness (c) poverty (d) oppression.
9. He had to engage himself in drab activities.
(a) exciting (b) adveneturous (c) interesting (d) dull
10. The son of the rich man was a drone person.
(a) greedy (b) lazy (c) wealthy (d) extravagant
11. The news brought eletion to the family.
(a) exaltation (b) anxiety (c) prestige (d) depression
12. Mr. Roy had an elevation in the office.
(a) rebuke (b) promotion (c) suspension (d) exhilaration
13. A case was filed against him on finical issues.
(a) criminal (b) trifle (c) terrible (d) bribery.
14. The Judge decided to exonerate the accused.
(a) punish (b) acquit (c) cross-examine (d) None of these
15. The trees had exuberant growth.
(a) low (b) evasive (c) luxuriant (d) None of these
16. The youngman had to join in a fardel work.
(a) easy (b) interesting (c) irksome (d) ridiculous
17. The boy had bleak prospect.
(a) dull (b) bright (c) blink (d) heedless
18. They had to walk through a boulevard.
(a) lane (b) narrow road (c) broad road (d) bridge.
19. The bulletin was published by the Government.
(a) news (b) information (c) public news (d) decree
20. A bibulous person appealed there.
(a) sober (b) inebriate (c) prejudiced (d) thirsty
DIRECTION : Q. 21 to 40 :
Choose the word most nearly opposite in meaning of the underlined word.
21. A notorious person can not deserve respect.
(a) prominent (b) renowned (c) combative (d) spiritual
22. The man had to face baffling situation.
(a) surprising (b) frustrating (c) enlightening (d) sluggish
23. Many freedom fighters faced exilement.
(a) expatriation (b) ostracisation (c) adversity (d) welcome
24. The family used to face penurious condition.
(a) pitiful (b) affluent (c) troublesome (d) muddy
25. He is known as a twisted person.
(a) miser (b) impartial (c) temperate (d) sober
26. The new student had to face bizarre situation.
(a) construtive (b) fair (c) normal (d) ludicrous
27. Blessed persons are few and far between.
(a) blissful (b) cursed (c) unhappy (d) illiterate
28. I found a vivacious boy.
(a) thoughtful (b) lively (c) nonchalant (d) morose
29. Serfdom was highly common in ancient Europe.
(a) subjugation (b) freedom (c) honesty (d) genius
30. There was a mammoth audience.
(a) substantial (b) handy (c) intelligent (d) ignorant.
31. The man had high carnal desire.
(a) natural (b) worldly (c) spiritual (d) profane
32. It should be decided to expedite the project.
(a) accelerate (b) delay (c) debunk (d) disprove
33. Too much exultation is not always good.
(a) caution (b) revelling (c) depression (d) boasting
34. The Empolyee was found soothfast.
(a) loyal (b) treacherous (c) relilable (d) liar
35. His faltering attitude made me cautious.
(a) timid (b) firm (c) hesitant (d) conscious
36. The project was considered feasible.
(a) productive (b) practical (c) impossible (d) delightful.
37. They bought a fragile article.
(a) lasting (b) robust (c) ugly (d) attractive
38. The frenzied boy drew my attention.
(a) dull (b) intelligent (c) agitated (d) calm
39. What is the result of the jocular boy in the exam ?
(a) serious (b) foolish (c) genius (d) lazy
40. Mr. Sen is frugal in expenditure.
(a) wasteful (b) economical (c) judicious (d) miser
DIRECTION: Q. 41 to 60 :
Choose suitable word to be placed in the blank space.
41. Socialism means ........... ownership of means of production.
(a) business (b) private (c) public (d) governmental
42. Capitalism is found to bring ........... wealth in a few hands.
(a) distribution (b) concentration (c) control (d) delivery
43. Sales tax paid by buyers is an example of ........... tax.
(a) income (b) expenditure (c) direct (d) wealth
44. A good soldier ........... wishes to do his duties well.
(a) occasionally (b) mainly (c) secondly (d) rarely
45. The degrees were awarded in the annual ...........
(a) conference (b) convenlion (c) convocation (d) confluence
46. The mother was upset on hearing the ........... news.
(a) bad (b) sad (c) tragedy (d) sorry
47. Governor of an India State is found to enjoy ........... power.
(a) absolute (b) special (c) discretionary (d) legal
48. Mr. Roy ....... him for the job and he got it.
(a) suggesled (b) asked (c) recommended (d) commended
49. For various offences children are tried by the ........... court.
(a) supreme (b) session (c) juvenile (d) lower
50. In India illiteracy is a great ........... to progress.
(a) impediment (b) hardship (c) recession (d) obstruct
51. In the Assembly, several members ........... from voting.
(a) refused (b) abstained (c) absented (d) restrained.
52. The woman stood with tears ........... down her cheeks.
(a) dropping (b) rolling (c) falling (d) moving
53. The employee ........... why he was late.
(a) answered (b) expressed (c) explained (d) recalled
54. In the Committee there emerged heated ........... over the issues.
(a) dispute (b) controversy (c) argument (d) quarrel
55. The old man gradually lost his memory as he became ..........
(a) old (b) mature (c) elderly (d) senile
56. The man decided to remain as a ........... bachelor.
(a) definite (b) firm (c) confirmed (d) genuine
57. The police ........... the boy of stealing a TV set.
(a) charged (b) accused (c) alleged (d) registered
58. Your bad driving almost ......... an accident.
(a) caused (b) resulted (c) created (d) made
59. Bigamy is ........... in India by law.
(a) opposed (b) prohibited (c) discouraged (d) void
60. It is not known what ........... him to commit the crime.
(a) attracted (b) prompted (c) excited (d) influenced
DIRECTION: Q. 61 to 80:
Choose suitable group verb to be placed in the blank space.
61. The man could not ......... my name.
(a) call in (b) call up (c) call on (d) call with
62. The brilliant boy was able to .......... many prizes.
(a) carry off (b) hear up (c) bear away (d) bring forth
63. Suddenly the machine ......... down.
(a) broke into (b) broke down (c) kick off (d) brought down
64. Please ......... the burning lamp.
(a) blow out (b) blow off (c) put off (d) set off
65. The insulted person ......... from home.
(a) ran after (b) took off (c) ran away (d) set off
66. They decided to ......... to exciite the project.
(a) pull together (b) put through (c) set up (d) pull through
67. The wicked student was .........
(a) taken pity on (b) taken to task (c) striken off (d) stood off
68. Over work could ......... his health.
(a) turn off (b) wear out (c) touch off (d) tell against
69. He does not know how to ......... customers.
(a) deal with (b) deal in (c) turn to (d) take over
70. In Kargil Indian armymen ......... the enemies.
(a) stood off (b) took off (c) stood down (d) took down
71. The girl ......... her mother.
(a) took to (b) took after (c) took over (d) look after
72. The police decided to ......... the matrer.
(a) look by (b) light upon (c) look over (d) look into.
73. The old man had to ......... many troubles in life.
(a) pass by (b) pass through (c) pass off (d) pass over
74. The maternal aunt ......... the abandoned child.
(a) looked into (b) picked out (c) looked after (d) looked into
75. A thief ....... my watch last night.
(a) kept off (b) knocked off (c) made off (d) put off76. The orator ......... the contemporary affairs of the world.
(a) lighted upon (b) knocked about (c) went through (d) got on with
77. He advised me to ......... any job.
(a) put for (b) fall for (c) fall to (d) get to
78. The boy is expected to ......... the examination.
(a) get on with (b) pass for (c) get through (d) get along
79. The father was found ......... the faults of his son.
(a) blind on (b) blind to (c) blind with (d) blind of
80. The lady ......... her lost son.
(a) asked after (b) asked about (c) asked for (d) called for
DIRECTION: Q. 81 to 100:
Choose suitable word for the blank space:
81. I could not put up with the ......... boy.
(a) intolerable (b) intolerant (c) impotent (d) indulgent
82. Many persons were carried away by cholera in that ....... condition.
(a) insanity (b) inhabit (c) insanitary (d) collusion
83. The person has a highly ......... character.
(a) compliment (b) complement (c) complainant (d) complaisant
84. It is difficult to educate a ........ person.
(a) blockade (b) blockhead (c) dessert (d) handicapped
85. It is observed that children are ......... in nature.
(a) ingenious (b) imperious (c) ingenuous (d) indignant
86. Mr.Banerjee does not like ......... persons.
(a) official (b) magnate (c) officious (d) odorous
87. In a decade prices have become almost .........
(a) quadruped (b) stimulus (c) soaring (d) quadruple
88. The ......... Lord Rama charmed the Indians.
(a) sage (b) saga (c) soul (d) travail
89. The Sun is considered .........
(a) stationary (b) stationery (c) illusion (d) temporal
90. Many persons are found to face death for ......... diseases.
(a) topical (b) tropical (c) sensual (d) irruption
91. ......... is a form of anarchy.
(a) monarchy (b) mobocracy (c) democracy (d) autocracy
92. The States emerged through a process of ........
(a) revolution (b) wars (c) battles (d) evolution
93. During the conversation he ......... the issues.
(a) eluded (b) alluded (c) illustrated (d) implicated
94. Students should not ......... unfair means in the Examinations.
(a) adept (b) adapt (c) adopt (d) None of these
95. A .......... person is loved by others.
(a) social (b) sociable (c) skilful (d) superficial
96. The ....... has got atmosphere.
(a) earth (b) world (c) universe (d) crust
97. Teachers should ......... proper education.
(a) import (b) deport (c) impart (d) prescribe
98. The President did not ........... the Bill.
(a) consent (b) ascent (c) assent (d) ascend
99. The Government .......... the foreigner.
(a) deputed (b) departed (c) deported (d) None of these
100. The decision was highly .........
(a) legal (b) judicial (c) justified (d) judicious
DIRECTION: Q. 101 to 120:
Choose suitable preposition for the blank space.
101. The accused was condemned .......... death by the Judge.
(a) with (b) to (c) by (d) into
102. You should take caution .......... accident.
(a) in (b) through (c) against (d) about
103. They were devoted .......... Lord Buddha.
(a) with (b) upon (c) to (d) for
104. The worker received a reward commensurate .......... his service.
(a) to (b) with (c) by (d) upon
105. He left his village home and drove ........ a town.
(a) in (b) to (c) into (d) up
106. A nurse looked .......... the old man.
(a) up (b) after (c) upon (d) about
107. You should not interfere .......... my activities.
(a) in (b) upon (c) with (d) on
108. The person became afflicted .......... deseases.
(a) by (b) with (c) to (d) for
109. The patient was considered free .......... danger.
(a) against (b) by (c) from (d) over
110. The student is quick .......... mathematical calculation.
(a) at (b) in (c) of (d) over
111. The person was lame .......... one leg.
(a) by (b) of (c) with (d) upon
112. I am indebted .......... you for your help.
(a) upon (b) on (c) to (d) by
113. The militants had to yield .......... the Army personnel.
(a) by (b) at (c) upon (d) to
114. You should live .......... your means.
(a) by (b) upon (c) within (d) against
115. Many persons are found to have prejudice .......... foreigners.
(a) for (b) against (c) to (d) at
116. I prohibited him .......... drinking wine.
(a) for (b) to (c) at (d) from
117. They waited .......... anxiety for the news.
(a) with (b) in (c) at (d) upon
118. To meet expenses I had to dispose .......... my property.
(a) of (b) off (c) about (d) over
119. You are accountable .......... God for your actions.
(a) on (b) to (c) at (d) with
120. He was narrowly saved .......... a disaster.
(a) upon (b) from (c) against (d) by
DIRECTION: Q. 121 to 140 :
Choose suitable meaning of the underlined Idiom.
121. There is a black sheep in the family.
(a) pet sheep (b) wicked person (c) bad feeling (d) dark room
122. He has to lead a dog's life.
(a) life in misery (b) life in inhumanity (c) slavery (d) joyful life
123. Mr. Sen is a fair and square person.
(a) handsome (b) honest (c) smart (d) simple
124. The person had gift of the gab.
(a) wealth (b) fluency in speech (c) writing capacity (d) blessing.
125. Mr. Roy knows ins and outs of the company.
(a) building plan (b) entry and exit points (c) secret issues (d) full details
126. Two friends are now at loggerheads.
(a) intimacy (b) enmity (c) separated (d) ruined
127. You should read between the lines on a newspaper.
(a) attentively (b) with a mind to understand (c) the hidden meaning (d) None of these
128. At least he was able to hit the jackpot.
(a) endanger the enemy (b) achieve success (c) win a gamble (d) hit the target.
129. The spectators kept their fingers crossed till the end of last ball.
(a) were hopeful (b) were praying to God (c) were disheartened (d) None of these
130. The girl was considered pretty at close quarters.
(a) by neighbours (b) inside a room (c) from very near (d) by close relatives.
131. The quarrelled at the drop of a hat.
(a) for revenge (b) on flimsy matter (c) for falling of hat (d) on all issues.
132. Ultimately they were considered babes in the wood.
(a) beasts (b) simple and inexperienced (c) cunning (d) greedy
133. Persons interested in back seat driving can not succeed.
(a) fundamentalism (b) duplicity (c) criticism (d) backwardness.
134. His house was found in apple-pie order.
(a) dirty (b) neat and clean (c) decorated (d) broken.
135. The girl was considered a wet blanket at the parly.
(a) joyful (b) ugly (c) mute and joyless (d) indifferent.
136. The woman was found to hold the purse strings of the family.
(a) spending decisions (b) custody of purse (c) saving habit (d) None of these
137. We find many persons to shed crocodile tears.
(a) sympathy (b) pretended sorrow (c) loud cry (d) mild regret
138. In the family of Mr. Roy his wife is found to wear the trousers.
(a) face troubles (b) remain dominant (c) wear pants (d) do outdoor works
139. Indian politicians should come down from their ivory towers.
(a) rich living (b) high palaces (c) detachment and seclusion (d) dream land.
140. Students should have elbow room to remain innovative.
(a) reading room (b) financial resources (c) freedom (d) various materials.
DIRECTION: Q. 141 to 160 :
Choose the idion/Group verb the meaning of which has not been correctly written.
141. (a) Put up with : tolerate (b) To find one in the soup : in trouble
(c) To make no bones : make no secret (d) Look sharp : be intelligent
142. (a) Look sharp : be quick (b) Tall stories : interesting tales.
(c) Look down upon : hate (d) Awkward age : period of adolescence.
143. (a) Tall stories : exaggerated statement (b) Bare bones: main point
(c) Half measures : half of a unit (d) Laughing stock : ridiculous.
144. (a) Half measures : medium quality (b) Tall order : too much
(c) Bad business : unfortunate event (d) Bad blood : criminal origin
145. (a) Bad blood : ill feeling (b) Spill the beans : to eat beans
(c) Chequered career : variety of experiences (d) By dint of : as a result
146. (a) Spill the beans : forced to tell the truth
(b) Rush from pillar lo post : face harrassment from all avenues
(c) Cup of tea : preferable easy duty to be performed
(d) Gift of the gab : blessing of the Almighty
147. (a) Gift of the gab : fluency in conversation
(b) Splitting hairs : useless hot debate on an issue
(c) Behave like a fish wife : merciless behavious towards children
(d) To draw a veil over : to have an issue closed and forgotten.
148. (a) A captive audience : person having little freedom of choice
(b) Behave like a fish wife : shout loudly and abusively
(c) Cut no ice : having no charm
(d) prodigal son : extravagant person,
149. (a) Cut no ice : having no effect (b) At sea : confused or puzzled
(c) To get a kick : to become thrilled (d) Hold Water : to carry water.
150. (a) Hold water : to have value as an argument or evidence
(b) Seize the nettle : deal firmly
(c) Under thumb : within control
(d) Bury the hatchet : bury the dead person.
151. (a) Set into : start (b) Take after : resemble (c) Take off : fly (d) Set back : depart.
152. (a) Pull together : cooperate (b) Set back : defeat (c) Put aside : save (d) Pull out: invest
153. (a) Run off : escape (b) Look through : observe (c) Pull out : retreat (d) Get back : recover
154. (a) Look through : examine (b) Fall on : attack (c) Get ahead : advance (d) Draw back : defeat
155. (a) Draw back : recede (b) Cry up : praise (c) Cast aside : neglect (d) Come round : travel
156. (a) Come round : recover (b) Carry on : destroy (c) Come about : hapen (d) Close to : adjacent
157. (a) Carry on : continue (b) Call up : remember (c) Brush aside : destroy (d) Come off : happen
158. (a) Brush aside : ignore (b) Ask after : search (c) Bring up : construct (d) Break up : analyse
159. (a) Break down : collapse (b) Bring up : foster (c) Set apart: separate (d) Take stock : happen
160. (a) Turn back : arrive (b) Turn tail : escape (c) Take stock : estimate (d) Tell upon : harm
DIRECTION: Q. 161 to 180:
Choose suitable word to be placed in the blank space:
161. We saw a ........... of deer in the forst.
(a) flock (b) swarm (c) herd (d) None of these
162. He kept a ........... of keys on the table.
(a) chain (b) bunch (c) heap (d) stack
163. In the godown there was a ........... of grain.
(a) sheaf (b) cluster (c) bundle (d) None of these
164. Any book on history contains a ........... of events.
(a) bunch (b) series (c) pack (d) group
165. We purchased a ........... of bananas from the market
(a) heap (b) stack (c) group (d) bunch
166. The little boy was attacked by a ........... of bees.
(a) cluster (b) flight (c) swarm (d) group
167. On that day we saw a ........... of puppies.
(a) herd (b) shoal (c) flock (d) litter
168. The rural house had a ........... of chickens.
(a) brood (b) swarm (c) herd (d) convoy
169. In the forest a ........... of wolves attacked the traveller.
(a) flock (b) pack (c) hive (d) herd
170. In the garden there was a ......... of trees.
(a) grove (b) bunch (c) group (d) None of these
171. The person was as tricky as a ...........
(a) crow (b) monkey (c) cat (d) owl
172. The little boy was as gentle as a ...........
(a) rabbit (b) butterfly (c) Iamb (d) dove
173. Her new dress was as light as a ...........
(a) feather (b) paper (c) rose (d) None of these
174. The lady was found as fair as a ...........
(a) peacock (b) butterfly (c) diamond (d) rose
175. Netaji remained as firm as a ...........
(a) mountain (b) rock (c) statue (d) stone
176. In respect of wealth the merchant was as hungry as a ...........
(a) elephant (b) hunter (c) pig (d) None of these
177. In solving mathematical problems Mr. Roy is as quick as ...........
(a) cheetah (b) eagle (c) lightning (d) None of these
178. The business magnate was found as proud as a ...........
(a) judge (b) peacock (c) mountain (d) lion
179. The old man was as wise as a /an ...........
(a) goose (b) owl (c) ox (d) fox
180. The disciplined boy is as good as ...........
(a) diamond (b) gold (c) lark (d) daisy
DIRECTION: Q. 181 to 200 :
Choose the correct verb form for the blank space.
181. My watch ........... by someone.
(a) stolen (b) was stolen (c) has stolen (d) be stolen
182. He .... for five hours.
(a) is reading (b) was reading (c) has been reading (d) was been reading
183. Each of the boys ........... prizes.
(a) gave (b) have been given (c) was given (d) were given
184. It ........... five years since I saw my brother.
(a) was (b) is (c) has been (d) had been
185. We shall go to the party if we ........... invited.
(a) shall be (b) have been (c) are (d) were
186. The patient ........... before the doctor arrived.
(a) died (b) had died (c) was died (d) has died
187. The teacher said that the earth ........... round the sun.
(a) moved (b) had moved (c) moves (d) had been moving
188. Although he was tired, he ........... working.
(a) goes on (b) went on (c) had been (d) was going
189. If you ........... work hard you will not suceed.
(a) will not (b) would not (c) do not (d) did not
190. Bread and butler ........... highly delicious to children.
(a) were (b) are (c) was (d) is
191. A team of doctors ........... giving medical advice for him .
(a) were (b) are (c) is (d) have been.
192. The wages of sins ........... death on religious norm.
(a) were (b) are (c) have been (d) is
193. The accused denied ........... any statement.
(a) being made (b) having made n) making (d) had been making
194. He is one of those who ........... appreciate music.
(a) do not (b) does not (c) was not (d) None of these
195. The main points of the discussion ........... as follows.
(a) was (b) are (c) has been (d) have
196. A meeting ........... at his room.
(a) held (b) is hold (c) is being held (d) has been holding
197. Why ........... being made by you ?
(a) a noise is (b) is noise (c) noise is (d) is a noise
198. Aryan people ........... in Sanskrit language.
(a) used (b) spoke (c) were speaking (d) used to speak.
199. He said that he ........... Salil.
(a) saw (b) has seen (c) had seen (d) did seen
200. I ........... your letter yesterday.
(a) have received (b) had received (c) received (d) did received